Found 385 courses
SUBJECT

COURSE LEVEL

INSTITUTION

COURSE TYPE
humanities and arts subject

Metaphors in greek an german media discourse

Eleni Butulussi - Undergraduate - (A-)
School of German, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Not available

agricultural sciences subject

Special Issues of Rural Sociology

Maria Partalidou - Postgraduate - (A-)
School of Agriculture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Not available

humanities and arts subject

Continuing Education and Lifelong Learning: theory & practice

George Zarifis - Undergraduate - (A-)
School of Philosophy and Education, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Not available

engineering subject

Electrical Power Systems IIΙ

Dimitrios Lampridis - Undergraduate - (A+)
Electrical and Computer Engineering, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The purpose of this course is to provide an introduction to transient phenomena that occur to electrical power system (EPS) and to the way the affect the system and the appliances. Initially, an introduction to travelling waves on transmission lines is given. Faults and switching operations that lead to overvoltages and overcurrents are secondly analyzed. Finally, the steady state and transient stability of simple systems after small or large disturbances is studied.

humanities and arts subject

French Literature I : Poetry

Evgenia-Christina Grammatikopoulou - Undergraduate - (A-)
French language and literature, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The course proposes a panoramic overview of French poetry throughout the centuries, combining a historical with a stylistic/poetical approach: evolution and transformations from the Middle Ages to 20th century avant-garde and contemporary poetry, poetical movements and tendencies, poetic codes, devices and techniques through a choice of representative poems of eminent French poets.

humanities and arts subject

Ρεαλισμός και Αγγλικό Μυθιστόρημα του 19ου αι

Katerina Kitsi-Mitakou - Undergraduate - (A-)
School of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Through a close reading of three nineteenth-century English novels, Pride and Prejudice, Hard Times and The Mill on the Floss, this course will explore the complexity, slipperiness, and elasticity of the term ‘realism’. Although realist fiction is undoubtedly committed to a historical particularity, as a form of mimesis realism can never be identical with that which it represents, since its tools, i.e., language/words, can never function as flawless, objective mirrors. The serious artistic treatment of ordinary people and their experience, linear plots, omniscient narrators, round characters are of course elements associated with a realistic mode of representation. Yet, the British nineteenth-century realist project is not explicit, this course aims to show, and British realist writers seem to exploit narrative techniques in ways that acknowledge the impossibility of a hundred percent objective representation or even question the nature of reality. The use of Free Indirect Speech in Austen, for example, the circularity of time in Eliot, or the mixing of literary genres in Dickens, both anticipate modernist writing and complicate the historical moment they represent.

humanities and arts subject

Introduction to the New Testament

Aikaterini Tsalampouni - Undergraduate - (A)
Pastoral and Social Theology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The process of the composition / redaction of the gospels and the synoptic problem, historical-philological issues, the content, the theological focus of the four gospels, of the NT epistles (Pauline corpus and Catholics), of the Acts of the Apostles, the issue of pseudepigraphy and authenticity, the history of the formation of the NT Canon

engineering subject

Documentary on Architecture

Nikoloas Tsinikas - Undergraduate - (A+)
Architecture, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

The creation of short documentary film on themes and individuals on architecture

medicine science health professions subject

Complete Dentures

Argiris Pisiotis - Undergraduate - (A-)
School of Dentistry, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

This course starts with teaching of the anatomy of the completely edentulous mouth and continues with the clinical and laboratory procedures required for the fabrication of complete dentures. The course provides to the students the theoretical clinical and laboratory knowledge required for the construction of functional complete dentures.

social sciences  subject

INSTITUTIONS OF EUROPEAN PEOPLES (19th-20th centuries) II

Kiriakos Kiriazopoulos - Postgraduate - (A+)
Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

INTERNATIONAL LAW OF CONCORDATS BETWEEN HOLY SEE AND STATES. LAW OF ECCLESIASTICAL AGREEMENTS AMONG GOVERNMENTS AND STATES.