[MGSA-L] FW: Question about you regarding anti-Semitism

Neni Panourgia np255 at columbia.edu
Tue Feb 15 04:31:09 PST 2011

Dear members of the list,

I would like to reiterate to everyone on the list that no matter whether 
our messages are personal or public they have to be civil, refrain from 
personal attacks and characterizations, and contribute to the debate. 
This is an academic list and it operates (or ought to operate) by 
academic standards.

Please, keep some decorum for the sake of sanity of all of us.

Neni Panourgia

On 2/14/2011 6:11 AM, Dimitris Papanikolaou wrote:
> Dear members and moderators of the list,
> I have just received the email below, from Mr Petros Nikolopoulos - whom I don't know personally, and with whom I have never, as far as I can remember, corresponded in a personal capacity or outside the list. I suppose the reason was the short comment I posted yesterday on Theodorakis.
> I am not in this list in order to receive hate mail, no matter how inconsequential such mail may be; moreover, I feel extremely uneasy when collective targeting [ who is "my lot"? ] happens in the context, and as a consequence, of opinions expressed in the list.
> I believe that this is a clear code violation and that moderators should look into it as soon as possible.
> Dr Dimitris Papanikolaou
> University Lecturer in Modern Greek Studies
> University of Oxford
> ________________________________________
> From: Petros Nikolopoulos [pn2005 at optusnet.com.au]
> Sent: 14 February 2011 10:40
> To: Dimitris Papanikolaou
> Subject: Question about you regarding anti-Semitism
> Dear DP,
> If I were you I would look at the bigotry of left-wing and right-wing Greeks(from Greece) first before impressing foreigners opines about racism .Your lot has a lot to be ashamed of and really contributes to the racism against those of Greek background around the world. The sad thing is that you don’t even care ….
> Thank you .
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Dangerous Citizens. The Greek Left and the Terror of the State

Ethnographica Moralia Experiments in Interpretive Anthropology

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