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Greeks Set Smyrna on Fire in (latest) Turkish Textbooks

Unpublished Presentations-Lectures | Tuesday, 1 January 2002

Text of January 2002 - Unpublished   Greeks Set Smyrna on Fire in (latest) Turkish Textbooks   By H. Millas ‘Ό Έλληνες λένε πως οι Τούρκοι έκαψαν τη Σμύ...

An Anatolian Anecdote (Or Knowing Oneself)

Greek-Turkish Relations | Wednesday, 28 May 2003

The presentation of Dr. Hercules Millas at the International Conference The Cultural Potential of the Balkan Countries as a Factor of Development, organized by Balkan Political Club - Istanbul 29 May/...

Non-Muslim Minorities in the Historiography of Republican Turkey: The Greek Case

On Historiography | Thursday, 30 May 2002

First published in The Ottomans and the Balkans – A Discussion of Historiography, (Edit) Fikret Adanır & Suraiya Faroqhi, Brill, Leiden/Boston/Köln, 2002.  Non-Muslim Minorities in the Hi...

History Writing among the Greeks and Turks: Imagining the Self and the Other

On Historiography | Tuesday, 1 January 2008

First published in The Contested Nation –  Ethinicity, Class, Religion  and Gender in National Histories, Edit. Stefan. Berger and Chris Lorenz, Palgrave MacMillan, New York, 2008.   ...

Literary Canons and Promising Challenges: Greek and Turkish Novels

Literary Critisizm | Saturday, 1 October 2005

By Dr. Hercules Millas –Workshop of Sofia, 1-2nd October 2005. Published in Balkan Literatures in the Era of Nationalim, Edit: Murat Belge & Jale Parla, Istanbul Bilgi University Press, 2008. &n...

Literature as a Mirror of National Prejudices and Stereotypes: The Greek and Turkish Cases in Comparison

Unpublished Presentations-Lectures | Monday, 1 November 2010

By H. Millas – Lecture “A” in the USA, University of Albuquerque, New Mexico, November 2010 DRAFT ONLY     Literature as a Mirror of National Prejudices and Stereotypes: The Greek and ...

Greeks Set Smyrna on Fire in (latest) Turkish Textbooks

School Books-Teaching | Tuesday, 1 January 2002

Text of January 2002 - Unpublished   Greeks Set Smyrna on Fire in (latest) Turkish Textbooks   By H. Millas ‘Ό Έλληνες λένε πως οι Τούρκοι έκαψαν τη Σμύ...

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