MISCELLANEA GRAECOTURCICA Essays on Greek and Turkish History

MISCELLANEA GRAECOTURCICA Essays on Greek and Turkish History 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 (İstanbul: 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.
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