Stathis Arapostathis

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Associate Professor of History of Science and Technology


Department of History and Philosophy of Science

National and Kapodistrian University of Athens  







- Patently Contestable (MIT Press, 2013) co-authored by Stathis Arapostathis and Graeme Gooday is now available in Chinese translation from the ZHEJIAG UNIVERSITY PRESS

- New research project has started where Stathis Arapostathis is Principal Investigator (PI). It is entitled Configuring 

Environment and Food (CONEF): Critical Technoscientific Networks and the agrifood sector in Greece, 1950-2017. It is funded by the Hellenic Foundation of Research and Innovation. 

For more info on CONEF see:

- New Special Issue in Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions journal on How History Matters for the Governance of Sociotechnical Transitions, co-edited by Stathis Arapostathis and Peter J.G. Pearson. 

see the introduction of the

special issue


-Two new undergraduate modules have been developed and will be taught to the third and forth year students in the Department of History and Philosophy of Science:

a. Law, Science and Technology 

b. Science and Technology Policy

- New special issue in History of Technology co-edited by Stathis Arapostathis and Aristotle Tympas

-A special issue on Experts and Expertise in Science and Technology edited by Stathis Arapostathis has been published in Neysis, the Greek Journal in the History and Philosophy of Science


-Stathis Arapostathis has been awarded a Fulbright Visiting Fellowship to work on a project 'Industrial Property, Industrial Culture and the Politics of Invention in 20th century Greece' at the Centre of Science and Innovation Studies, Law School, University of California at Davis

- Stathis Arapostathis has joined the editorial board of the journal, Notes and Records of the Royal Society of London for the period 2016-2017

- Patently Contestable (MIT Press, 2013) co-authored by Stathis Arapostathis and Graeme Gooday won the Pickstone book award 2014 that is awared by the British Society for the History of Science