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Approaching the Greek Revolution 200 years later

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Approaching the Greek Revolution 200 years later

Date

24 November 2020

Abstract

Historians of 2021 have realised that the 1821 Greek Revolution was not a separate event that concerned only Greece, but a part of a chain of events that swept over the world: the Age of Revolution. What emerges from this inclusion of the Greek Revolution in its transnational context? Additionally, what new evidence is offered by the study of the history of the Ottoman Empire and its archives in order to approach the Greek Revolution through the discourse of the then authority? Finally, how do we now approach the different and various localities of the revolution, the Peloponnese, Rumeli and the islands?

(Edited and translated description from organiser’s YouTube page)

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https://youtu.be/RnnZv_1AHTY

Number Of Pages - Duration

01:03:00

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BY-NC-SA Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike

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In the context of the 17th International Book Fair of Thessaloniki

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