• H.M 1940-1971
  • H.M 1971-2010

H.M Articles

The Imagined 'Other' as National Identity: Greeks and Turks

Unpublished Presentations-Lectures | Thursday, 28 April 2005

 A lecture at SOAS (London) by Dr. Hercules Millas (University of Athens); April 28, 2005   The Imagined 'Other' as National Identity: Greeks and Turks NOTES & TITLES   - Any t...

A concealed political debate - and ‘borrowings’ - in Greek and Turkish texts

On Historiography | Friday, 19 March 2004

Presentation of Hercules Millas in the ‘Literary/cultural Festival’, Thessaloniki/Istanbul – March 19/24/2004.   A concealed political debate - and ‘borrowings’ -  in Greek an...

Neo-Ottomanism, a Book and Bilateral Perceptions

Greek-Turkish Relations | Monday, 20 November 2017

Article of H. Millas in Rethinking Greek-Turkish Relations Since 1999, Edited by Gökçe Bayındır Goulakas and Hakan Sezgin Erkan, Lexington Books, New York, London, October 2017.   Neo-Ottoman...

History Textbooks in Greece and Turkey

On Historiography | Sunday, 31 March 1991

History Workshop, Issue 31, Spring 1991, England (pp. 22-33) History Textbooks in Greece and Turkey by Hercules Millas This essay is based on a study of history textbooks used in primary schools in. G...

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Unpublished Presentations-Lectures | Tuesday, 1 January 2002

Text of January 2002 - Unpublished   Greeks Set Smyrna on Fire in (latest) Turkish Textbooks   By H. Millas ‘Ό Έλληνες λένε πως οι Τούρκοι έκαψαν τη Σμύ...

Perceptions of Conflict: Greeks and Turks in each other’s mirrors

On Historiography | Friday, 31 July 2009

Published in  In the Long Shadow of Europe, Greeks and Turks in the Era of Postnationalism, Edit  by O. Anastasakis, K. Nicolaidis, K. Öktem, Martinus Nijhoff, 2009.   Perceptions of ...

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

Greek-Turkish Relations | 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...

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