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The Greek Revolution from the Italian shores

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The Greek Revolution from the Italian shores

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6 November 2021

Abstract

What did the 1821 Revolution mean for the Greeks who never set foot on the soil of what was becoming Greece? This paper focuses on the case of an obscure intellectual from the Ionian Islands who spent his life in Italy, Mario Pieri (1776–1852), hoping to tell something about the perceptions of the war from a position far removed from the theatre of battle, as well as of the impact that the Greek Revolution and European philhellenisms had on the peoples of the “Greek diasporas”, reshaping even the very meaning of this notion.

(Edited abstract from conference website)

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https://dimensionsof1821.com/abstracts/#k-zanou

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00:20:00

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