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Author Name Edited by Petros Pizanias
Other Informations 2011 302 p.
ISBN 978-975-428-425-6
Price 35.00 USD

Brief foreword to the English edition INTRODUCTION Petros Th. Pizanias, From Reaya to Greek Citizen: Enlightenment and Revolution, 1750 – 1832

PRELIMINARY ASPECTS Dimitris P. Sotiropoulos, Helliniki Nomarchia: Discourse on the Radical Enlightenment. The Birth of Modern Greek Political Thought in the Early 19th Century - Vasilis Panagiotopoulos, The Filiki Etaireia (Society of Friends). Organizational Preconditions of the National War of Independence THE REVOLUTION The Creation of the Greek State Dionysis Tzakis, From Locality to Nation State Loyalty: Georgios Karaiskakis During the Greek Revolution Nikos Rotzokos, The Nation as a Political Subject. Comments on the Greek National Movement Stefanos P. Papageorgiou, Attempts to Strengthen Centralized Power. The Capodistrian Political Model Symeon Bozikis, The Political Demarcations and the Tax Mechanism During the Greek Revolution of 1821 The European Solidarity Liana Theodoratou, ‘Another Athens’. Shelley’s Hellas and the Reinvention of Modern Greece Gianna Tzourmana, Philhellenism and the British Liberal Tradition: Aspects and Connections The Ottoman Reactions H. Şükrü Ilıcak, The Revolt of Alexandros Ipsilantis and the Fate of the Fanariots in Ottoman Documents Sophia Laiou, The Greek Revolution in the Morea According to the Description of an Ottoman Official Yusuf Hakan Erdem, The Greek Revolt and the End of the Old Ottoman Order Nikos Theotokas - Nikos Kotaridis, Ottoman Perceptions of the Greek Revolution AFTER WORDS: THE IDEOLOGICAL MANIPULATION OF REVOLUTION Dimitris Panagiotopoulos, The Propaganda of Metaxas Dictatorship and the Greek Revolution Kostas Katsapis, Perceptions of the Past by the Dictatorship of April 21st 1967: The Concept of “Bravery” and the Exploitation of 1821. Panos Vlagopoulos, Explicit and Implicit Historical Models for the History of Music in Modern Greece