Agis Papageorgiou

Agis Papageorgiou

Guest Teacher

Department of International History

Room No
SAR G.05
Office Hours
Tuesday, 10am - 11am
English, French, German, Greek
Key Expertise
US Foreign Policy; US Presidency; Cold War; Transatlantic Relations; WWI

About me

Agis is a PhD candidate in International Relations at UCL’s Institute of the Americas, working on American foreign policy. In particular, Agis’ thesis explores Cold War American interventionism through the lens of American Exceptionalism and compares the case study of Greece to other major interventions in Latin America, Europe, and Asia. Agis first studied American political history at Harvard University and has previously taught courses on global politics and political philosophy at UCL.

Expertise Details

American Foreign Policy; Cold War History; US Presidency; Transatlantic Relations


Agis Papageorgiou teaches the following courses at undergraduate level:

HY245 The United States and the World since 1776