[MGSA-L] Princeton Hellenic Studies Graduate Student Conference: May 4, 2011

Dimitri H. Gondicas gondicas at Princeton.EDU
Thu Apr 28 08:24:17 PDT 2011


PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
Program in Hellenic Studies
http://www.princeton.edu/hellenic/


Dear colleagues,

Below please find the program of our Third International Graduate Student conference in Modern Greek Studies.

You are cordially invited to join us for this event.

Conference web site (with bios and abstracts):  http://www.princeton.edu/~hellenic/GradStudentConf11.html

Conference poster:  http://www.princeton.edu/~hellenic/GradStudentConf11.pdf

Visitors Info:  http://www.princeton.edu/main/visiting/

With all best wishes,

Dimitri Gondicas
Executive Director

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PRINCETON UNIVERSITY

Program in Hellenic Studies

Third International Graduate Student Conference
In Modern Greek Studies

POLITICS, RELIGION AND SOCIETY IN MODERN GREECE

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Scheide Caldwell House, Room 103

9:30 a.m.   SESSION 1

Welcome:  Dimitri Gondicas (Princeton University)

Chair:     Nikos Panou (Princeton University)

Lilia Diamantopoulou  (Ludwig-Maximilians-University of Munich)
“Neofytos Dukas’ Visual Poem to King Otto of Greece”

Respondent:  Karen Emmerich (Princeton University)

Alexander Katsigiannis  (University of Crete)
“Stories from the Reception of Renaissance Cretan Literature in the 18th and 19th Centuries:
The Publishing History and the Basket of Popular Literature”

Respondent:  Elektra Kostopoulou (Princeton University)

12:00 noon  --   LUNCH


2:00 p.m.   SESSION 2

Chair:     Dimitris Kousouris (Princeton University)

Michail Sotiropoulos  (École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales)
“Between the Church and the Palace:  The Faculty of Law of the University of Athens, the Problem of Sovereignty and the Rise of Legal Order (1837-1875)”

Respondent:  Heath Cabot (Princeton University)

Firuzan Melike Sümertaş  (Boğaziçi University)
“Tarih-I Ayasofya: An Inquiry on Ottoman Greek Orthodox Intellectuals Through Architectural Historiography”

Respondent:  Marek Meško (Princeton University)


Joshua Michael White (University of Michigan)
“The Naxos Affair: Finding and Freeing Ottoman Greeks Enslaved by Pirates in the 1570s”

Respondent:  Othon Alexandrakis (Princeton University)

5:00 p.m. -- RECEPTION

Program Committee:  Othon Alexandrakis (Program in Hellenic Studies)
                                    Heath Cabot (Program in Hellenic Studies)
                                    Karen Emmerich (Program in Hellenic Studies)
                                    Dimitri Gondicas (Department of Classics and Program in Hellenic Studies)
                                    Elektra Kostopoulou (Program in Hellenic Studies)
                                    Dimitris Kousouris (Program in Hellenic Studies)
                                    Marek Meško (Program in Hellenic Studies)
                                    Nikos Panou (Comparative Literature, Hellenic Studies and Society of Fellows)
                                                Secretary to the Committee:
                                                Tuna Artun (Department of History and Program in Hellenic Studies)



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