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H.M Articles

The Contrasting Images of Greeks in Turkish Literature: Fiction versus Memoirs

Literary Critisizm | Saturday, 1 August 2009

This article appeared originally and in a different version as: ‘The Image of Greeks in Turkish Literature: Fiction and Memoirs’, in Oil on Fire?, Studien zur Internationalen Schulbuchforschung, S...

The National Perception of the ‘Other’ and the Persistence of Some Images

On Historiography | Thursday, 1 January 2004

First published in Turkish-Greek Relations – The Security Dilemma in the Aegean, Editors: Mustafa Aydın & Kostas Ifandis, Routledge, London and New York, 2004.    The National Percept...

Reciprocity in National Paradigm

About Minorities | Wednesday, 6 July 2005

  Published in Samim Akgönül (edit.) Reciprocity, Greek and Turkish Minorities, Law, Religion and Politics, Istanbul: Bilgi University Press, 2008. Presentation in Afemam, Atelier 12, Strasbour...

The image of the Greek minority of Istanbul in Turkish literature: past and recent tendencies

About Minorities | Monday, 29 May 2006

Published in Intercultural Aspects in and around Turkic Literatures, Matthias Kappler (ed), Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag 2006.   The image of the Greek minority of Istanbul in Turkish literatur...

From the Ottoman Empire to the Turkish Republic: Vacillating between heritage and prospects

Unpublished Presentations-Lectures | Friday, 10 June 2011

For the workshop “Teaching the Post-Empire State in Europe: National Historiography and History Teaching”, 10-12 June 2011, at the University of Huddersfield.   By Dr. H. Millas – Draft onl...

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Unpublished Presentations-Lectures | Monday, 1 November 2010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 ...

The ‘Other’ and Nation Building - The Testimony of Greek and Turkish Novels

On Historiography | Saturday, 1 January 2005

First published in Representations of the ‘Other/s’ in the Mediterranean World and Their Impact on the Region, Editors: Nedret Kuran-Burçoğlu & Susan Gilson Miller, The Issis Press, İstanbu...

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