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Harvard and Fletcher Intl. Conf. on the Greek Revolution, 9/24-25

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Originally From: "Dourou, Calliopi Ioannis" <dourou at fas.harvard.edu>

Dear all,

I would like to invite you to the following online international conference on the Greek Revolution.

Sincerely,

Panagiotis Roilos


New Perspectives on the Greek Revolution 

An International Conference 

 

Co-Sponsored by the George Seferis Chair of Modern Greek Studies, Harvard University, and the Karamanlis Chair of Hellenic and European Studies, Fletcher School, Tufts University. The conference is co-organized by Constantine Arvanitopoulos and Panagiotis Roilos

 

Friday, September 24, 2021 

 

11:30-11:45 ET (Boston Time) 

Introductory Remarks 

Constantine Arvanitopoulos (Fletcher School, Tufts University), Panagiotis Roilos (Harvard University) 

 

11:45-13:00 

Panel I 

Chair: Panagiotis Roilos (Harvard University) 

 

Mark Beissinger (Princeton University)  

Greek Revolution in Comparative Perspectives 

 

Alan Henrikson (Fletcher School, Tufts University) 

Great Power Intervention and the Independence of Greece: The Theory and Diplomacy of National Liberation 

 

Costas Douzinas (Birkbeck, University of London)  

1821 and Philosophy 

 

Patrice Higonnet (Harvard University)  

Modern Nationhood and Diplomatic Circumstance 

 

13:00-14:15 

Panel II 

Chair: Costas Douzinas (Birkbeck, University of London)  

 

Panagiotis Roilos (Harvard University)  

Early Philhellenism and the Formation of Modern Hellenism 

 

Christina Koulouri (Panteion University)  

Commemorating Revolution: A Transnational Approach to Modern Greek National Memory 

 

Konstantinos Tsoukalas (University of Athens) 

Symbolic Aspects of National Anniversaries: Greece, 1821-2021 

 

Konstantina Botsiou (University of The Peloponnese) 

Timely Revolutions: Greece and the Great Powers, from 1821 to the Pax Americana 

 

 

Saturday, September 25, 2021 

 

10:00-11:15 

Panel III 

Chair: Nikos Alivizatos (University of Athens)  

 

Alexandros Kyrou (Salem State University) 

Korais and Jefferson: A Friendship Conceived in Hellenism, a Bond Born in Revolution 

 

Sophia Laiou (Ionian University)   

Between an Empire and a Revolution: The Ottoman Greek Bourgeois in 1821 

 

Dimitris Keridis (Panteion University)  

Going West, Balancing the Rest: Marketing the Greek Cause Then and Now 

 

Elizabeth Prodromou (Tufts University) 

Transnational Religion and Territorialized Church: Reflections on Orthodox Christianity, the Greek Revolution and Geopolitics 

 

11:15-12:30 

Panel IV 

Chair: Elizabeth Prodromou (Tufts University) 

 

Spyridon Vlachopoulos (University of Athens) 

The Constitutions of the Greek Revolution 

 

Nikos Alivizatos (University of Athens)  

Alexander Mavrokordatos, Founding Father of Greek Constitutionalism 

 

Constantine Arvanitopoulos (Fletcher School, Tufts University)  

The Greek War of Independence in Historical Perspective 

 

Kostas A. Lavdas (Panteion University) 

The Unfulfilled Promise: Republican Potential and Power Politics in the 1820s 

 

 

12:45-14:00 

Panel V 

Chair: Constantine Arvanitopoulos (Fletcher School, Tufts University) 

 

Kostas P. Kostis (University of Athens) 

Thoughts on the Greek War of Independence 

 

George Alogoskoufis (Athens University of Economics and Business) 

 The Three Historical Cycles of the Greek Economy from 1821 until Today 

 

Evangelos Prontzas (Panteion University)  

From the Social Authenticities of the Greek Occupied Territories to the Nationalization of Public Economic Framework 

 

Petros Pizanias (Ionian University)  

All Strive to Enjoy the Land: The Agricultural Question from the English to the Greek Revolution: A Comparison 

You can use the following link to register:

https://harvard.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJ0vce2prjotG9UruES85su9jObQ_1NKM7vi

Panagiotis Roilos
George Seferis Professor of Modern Greek Studies and Professor of Comparative
Literature
Faculty Associate, The Weatherhead Center for International Affairs
Faculty Associate, Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies
Harvard University
Founder and Director, Delphi Academy of European Studies
Greek Hauntologies and Disjointed Times: Temporality and Tropes of Indebtedness
from British Aestheticism
to the Current European Crisis
https://muse.jhu.edu/article/738265/pdf
https://faculti.net/amphoteroglossia-a-poetics-of-the-twelfth-century-medieval
-greek-novel/
https://faculti.net/the-economics-of-metonymy/
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