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MISCELLANEA GRAECOTURCICA Essays on Greek and Turkish History

Author Name Richard CLOGG
Other Informations 2015 247 p.
ISBN 978-975-428-547-5
Price 30.00 USD
Preface (1) ‘Arnold Toynbee, the Koraes Chair and The Western Question in Greece and Turkey: a controversy revisited.’ (2) ‘Enlight-ening “a poor, oppressed, and darkened nation”: some early activities of the British and Foreign Bible Society in the Levant’ in Stephen Batalden, Kathleen Cann and John Dean, eds., Sowing the word: the cultural impact of the British and Foreign Bible Society 1804-2004 (Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2004) 234-250. (3) ‘Publishing for “the poor, ignorant, and oppressed Christians of Lesser Asia”: early “Greco-Turkish” translations of the British and Foreign Bible Society’ in Evangelia Balta and Mehmet Ölmez, eds., Between reli-gion and language: Turkish-speaking Christians, Jews and Greek-speaking Muslims and Catholics in the Ottoman Empire (Ýstanbul: Eren, 2011) 225-244. (4) ‘The Modern Greek Enlightenment and the Aegean’ in Evangelos Konstantinou, ed., Ägäis und Europa (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2005) 303-310. (5) ‘George Finlay and the modern history of Greece: a bicentennial retrospect’ in Encarnación Motos Guirao and Moschos Morfakidis Filactos, eds., Polyptychon. Homenaje a Ioannis Hassiotis. Aphieroma ston Ioanni Khasioti (Granada: Centro de Estudios Bizantinos, Neogriegos y Chipriotas, 2008) 163-173. (6) ‘Academics at War: the British School at Athens during the First World War’ in Michael Llewellyn Smith, Paschalis M. Kitromilides and Eleni Calligas, eds., Scholars, Travels, Archives: Greek History and Culture through the British School at Athens (Lon-don: British School at Athens, 2009) 163-177 (7 ) ‘British perspec-tives on Greek-Turkish relations in the aftermath of World War II’ in Aldo Chircop, André Gerolymatos and John Iatrides, eds., The Aegean Sea after the Cold War: security and law of the sea issues (London: Macmillan, 2000) 17-31. (8) ‘Troubled alliance: Greece and Turkey’ in Richard Clogg, ed., Greece in the 1980s (London: Macmil-lan/Centre of Contemporary Greek Studies, 1983) 123-149. (9) ‘Greek-Turkish relations in the post-1974 period’, in Dimitri Constas, ed., The Greek-Turkish conflict in the 1990s. Domestic and external influences (London: Macmillan, 1991) 12-23. (10) ‘The Greek mer-chant companies in Transylvania’, in Heinz-Dietrich Löwe, Günther H. Tontsch and Stefan Troebst, eds., Minderheiten, Regionalbe-wusstein und Zentralismus in Ostmitteleuropa, Siebenbürgisches Ar-chiv, 35 (Cologne: 2000) 161-169. (11) ‘The Greek diaspora: the his-torical context’, pp. 1-23 in Richard Clogg, ed., The Greek diaspora in the twentieth century (London: Macmillan in association with St An-tony’s College, Oxford, 1999) 1-23. (12) ‘Some reflections on the history of the Greek diaspora’ in Mikhalis Damanakis, Vasilis Kar-dasis, Theodosia Mikhelakaki and Antonis Khourdakis, eds., Istoria tis Neoellinikis Diasporas: erevna kai didaskalia (Rethymnon: Er-gastirio Diapolitismikon kai Metanasteftikon Meleton, 2004) 75-79. (13) ‘Greeks bearing chairs: chairs bearing Greeks’ in Istoriographia tis neoteris kai synkhronis Elladas 1833-2002, II (Athens: Kentro Neoellinikon Erevnon Ethnikou Idrymatos Erevnon, 2004) 715-723. (14) ‘Writing the history of Greece: forty years on’, Kambos: Cam-bridge Papers in Modern Greece, XI (2003) 25-50.