[MGSA-L] Workshop - Imperial Subjects -Mediterranean - Friday March 22, 2-5, McGill University, Montreal
tassos.anastassiadis at mcgill.ca
Thu Mar 21 13:26:01 PDT 2013
If you are in the vicinity you are kindly invited to assist to an exploratory workshop
"Imperial Subjects: practices of community building and mediterranean networking 1790s-1930s"
It will take place at Leacock 617, McGill university
followed by a light wine and cheese reception
Friday March 22 2-5 pm
Sakis Gekas (York University)
Ionian Greeks in the passage from empire to nation during the long nineteenth century; local, Mediterranean and global networks.
Mafalda Ade (UQAM- EHESS-Paris VIII)
A Levantine merchant family at Aleppo during the 19th c. Local and imperial connections.
Tassos Anastassiadis (McGill University)
Imperial drifters or community leaders: religious activists in the (post-)Ottoman Mediterranean
Laila Parsons (McGill University)
Some thoughts on ex-Ottoman officer networks and anti-colonial rebellion, 1918-1948
Dyala Hamzah (Université de Montréal)
Societies, Scouts and Schoolbooks for the Arab Nation: A case study of Pan-Arabist Darwish al-Miqdadi (1897-1961)
More information about the MGSA-L