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“Bicentenary of the liberal revolution” podcast, episode 15: Aristides Hatzis with Ada Dialla

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“Bicentenary of the liberal revolution” podcast, episode 15: Aristides Hatzis with Ada Dialla

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18 October 2021

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In the 15th podcast in the Centre for Liberal Studies (KEFiM) series “Bicentenary of the Liberal Revolution”, Aristides Hatzis hosts Ada Dialla, associate professor of European History at the Art of the School of Fine Arts, on the role of Russia in the revolution.

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01:20:00

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The discussion concerns the role and foreign policy of Russia in the age of revolutions in general, and in relation to the Greek Revolution in particular, the Orlov revolt, the expectations due to the common religious identity, the personality of the Russian emperor Alexander I, the Greek diaspora in Russia.

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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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