Assistant Professor
Ph.D., Kent State University

Kyriakos Nalmpantis

Assistant Professor of History

Ph.D., M.A., Kent State University
B.A., Allegheny College

Dr. Kyriakos Nalmpantis is assistant professor of European history at Baldwin Wallace University. He has a total of nineteen years teaching experience and, in addition to teaching at BW, has taught at Cleveland State University, Kent State University and at the Edinboro University of Pennsylvania. His primary research focus is on wartime Greece and the Balkans, but he is also a specialist in Reformation-era Europe, contemporary European history and modern Latin American history. At BW, he also teaches a course on classical antiquity that is mostly focused on ancient Greece and Rome. In 2011, his dissertation, "Time on the Mountain: The Office of Strategic Services in Axis-Occupied Greece," won the Modern Greek Studies Association's biennial Iatrides Dissertation Prize for best dissertation. He has also published short biographical articles on three important Greek Orthodox prelates — Metropolitan Germanos Karavaggelis, Archbishop Damaskinos and Archbishop Makarios — in the Encyclopedia of Modern Christian Politics (Greenwood Publishing, 2006).