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“Bicentenary of the liberal revolution” podcast, episode 12: Aristides Hatzis with Elias Kolovos, Şükrü Ilıcak and Mohammad Shariat Panahi

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“Bicentenary of the liberal revolution” podcast, episode 12: Aristides Hatzis with Elias Kolovos, Şükrü Ilıcak and Mohammad Shariat Panahi

Date

29 June 2021

Abstract

In the 11th podcast in the Centre for Liberal Studies (KEFiM) series “Bicentenary of the Liberal Revolution”, Aristides Hatzis hosts three guests, the authors of the new book “The sultan’s wrath’ (2021, Hellenic Open University Publications), which includes the decrees issued by sultan Mahmut II in 1821, when the revolution broke out. The guests are: Elias Kolovos, associate professor of Ottoman History at the University of Crete; Şükrü Ilıcak, who earned a PhD from Harvard University in 2011 with a dissertation on the Ottoman state and society during the Greek Revolution; and Mohammad Shariat-Panahi, assistant professor at the University of Thessaly, where he teaches Ottoman and Islamic History.

(Edited and translated description from organiser’s website)

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Number Of Pages - Duration

01:34:49

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All Rights Reserved

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The discussion focuses on the guest-speakers' book "The sultan's wrath" (HOU Publications), which concerns documents (reports and decrees) of sultan Mahmut II related to the Greek Revolution. This raises issues such as the situation of the Ottoman Empire in the early 19th century, the reception of the revolution by the Ottoman administration and its reactions to it.

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