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Russian philhellenism(s): From the Congress of Vienna to the Greek Revolution

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Russian philhellenism(s): From the Congress of Vienna to the Greek Revolution

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6 February 2021

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"The question of Russian philhellenism has not been adequately studied in Greek historiography, and until recently the international bibliography had neglected the “Russian station” in the European voyage of philhellenic ideas in comparison to British and French philhellenism. This presentation aims to examine a variety of motivations for the expression of philhellenic sentiments and practices in different strata of Russian society, such as liberalism, nationalism, human rights discourse, utopia, religion, historical ties, and finally, the rivalry with the Ottoman Empire."

(Slightly modified abstract from the Initiative 1821-2021 website)

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https://www.protovoulia21.gr/draseis/ethnika-kinimata-kai-filellinismos/
https://www.blod.gr/lectures/synedria-v-aytokratories-se-krisi-kai-i-elliniki-epanastasi/

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00:20:00

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BY-NC-SA Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike

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The Russian Empire and the Greek world: Local, European and global histories in the Age of Revolution

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