• H.M 1940-1971
  • H.M 1971-2010

H.M Articles

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...

H. Millas for Historein

On Historiography | Monday, 1 September 2008

 H. Millas for Historein, Athens , a book review,  September 2008    Tasos Kostopoulos  [War and ethnic cleansing; the forgotten aspect of a decade –long national crusade, 1...

Native Language and Demagoguery

About Minorities | Thursday, 14 October 2010

Native Language and Demagoguery by Herkül Millas 15 October 2010, Today’s Zaman, Commentary When is demagoguery necessary? When we are wrong or when we cannot defend our point. In short, when we fe...

History Teaching and the formation of National Identity: The Greek and Turkish Case Compared

On Historiography | Sunday, 31 October 2010

By H. Millas – Lecture “B” in the USA, University of Tuscon, Arizona and University of Brown, Rhode Island, November 2010 DRAFT ONLY   History Teaching and the formation of National Identit...

Ethnic Identity and Nation Building: On Byzantine and Ottoman Historical Legacy

On Historiography | Thursday, 16 November 2006

Presentation of Dr. Hercules Millas at the conference ‘The EU and the Historical Legacy in the Balkans’, University Centre St-Ignatius, Antwerp (UCSIA), November 16th -17th 2006 – Final text &nb...

Teaching Greek in Turkey - Some Experiences from Interethnic Learning

School Books-Teaching | Thursday, 28 April 1994

By Hercules Millas for the conference 'Cyprus in Textbooks – Textbooks  in Cyprus', organized by Georg-Eckert Institut in Braunschweig, 28-30 April 1994, unpublished presentation.    ...

Tourkokratia: History and the Image of Turks in Greek Literature

On Historiography | Monday, 1 January 2007

Published in South European Society and Politics, Routledge, Volume 11, Number 1, March 2006 (pp. 47-60). Also, in When Greeks Think About Turks – The view from Antropology, (Ed. D. Theodossopoulos)...

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