[MGSA-L] Fwd: A Public Lecture on "A case of the 1923 Population Exchange" (10 May)

George Baloglou gbaloglou at gmail.com
Sun May 8 03:28:27 PDT 2016


Somewhat closer to ... New York: this Saturday (5/14/16) Nelli
Melidou-Kefala will present her book about the exodus --  and, even more
so, the adaptation in Greece -- of Greeks of Sille at the 13th
International Book Fair of Thessaloniki: details in
http://sillelis.blogspot.gr/2016/05/13.html

On Wed, May 4, 2016 at 1:22 PM, Karen Rhoads Van Dyck <vandyck at columbia.edu>
wrote:

> Another lecture of interest for any list members in Istanbul.
>
> Karen Van Dyck
> Kimon A. Doukas Chair and Director
> Program in Hellenic Studies
> Classics Department, Columbia University
> http://hellenic.columbia.edu
>
> <http://columbia.studioabroad.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=10583>Austerity
> Measures
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> *A Case of the 1923 Population Exchange:*
> *The Exodus of the Greek Orthodox Inhabitants *
> *of Sinasos (Mustafapaşa) Stavros Anestidis, **Center for Asia Minor
> Studies*
> [image: Departure for foreign parts. (Unknown photographer, 1918)]
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> Columbia Global Centers | Istanbul invites you to a Public Lecture by
>
> *Stavros Anestidis,  Director of the **Center for Asia Minor Studies
> in Athens, Greece*
>
> The presentation focuses on the Greek Orthodox population of Sinasos
> (Mustafapaşa) in Cappadocia and examines the peaceful process of abandoning
> their homeland in June 1924 within the context of the Greek-Turkish
> exchange of populations. The exodus of the Rum of Sinasos constitutes a
> unique case in relation to the different forms of displacement of the Greek
> Orthodox populations from other areas of Asia Minor.
>
> This event is part of The World Responds to the Greeks*.* The product of
> a unique collaboration between Columbia University, Columbia Global Centers
> | Istanbul, and Boğaziçi University,  “The World Responds to the Greeks” is
> a an undergraduate seminar offered simultaneously at Boğaziçi University
> and Columbia University, and is part of the ongoing Columbia Global
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> Originally offered in 2015 by Professors Karen Van Dyck and Martha Howell
> of Columbia University, "The World Responds to the Greeks" is currently
> being taught by Professor Dimitrios Antoniou in New York and Professor
> Matthew Gumpert in Istanbul. This spring "The World Responds to the Greeks"
> examines the way particular spaces serve as sites for the production and
> reproduction of cultural and political imaginaries. It places particular
> emphasis on the themes of the polis, the city, and the nation-state as well
> as on spatial and literary representations of and responses to notions of
> Greece across time. The question of space and the site-specific is also
> raised by the very logistics of the course, which links two classrooms, two
> groups of students, and two professors by way of long-distance learning
> technologies. Unlike other courses live-streaming a single professor's
> lecture to passive audiences, "The World Responds to the Greeks" emphasizes
> dialogue, team-teaching, and students' active participation through the use
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> Greeks" aims to familiarize students not only with Greece as a space at the
> crossroads of East and West but also with the ways in which different
> disciplines have considered space across geography and time, and understood
> it, in their own ways, as "Hellenic."  Towards that end the course has been
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> *Stavros Anestidis* was born in Istanbul in 1960. After graduating
> from the private French Lycée Saint-Michel in Istanbul,  he continued his
> studies at the University of Athens in the Department of Political Science,
> from where he received in doctoral degree in 1993. In 1994, he started
> working at the Centre for Asia Minor Studies as a researcher and since 2002
> has served as its director. His research focuses on the intellectual and
> cultural life of Greek Orthodox communities in Asia Minor and Istanbul in
> the 19th century.  In recent years, his works focus on Turkish speaking
> Orthodox communities of Cappadocia (Karamanlides) and the Karamanli
> literature.
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> of Greek Orthodox populations in Asia Minor, their expatriation and
> resettlement in Greece; publishes the *Bulletin* of the* Center for Asia
> Minor Studies;* collects and preserves books and journals relevant to the
> scientific interests of the Center; promotes research and organises events
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