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H.M Articles

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...

Constructing Memories of ‘Multiculturalism’ and Identities In the Turkish Novels

About Minorities | Thursday, 7 December 2006

Presentation of H. Millas in the workshop “Turkish Literature and Cultural Memory: ‘Multiculturalism’ as a Literary Theme after 1980”, 08.-09.12.2006, Justus-Liebig-Universität Giessen  ...

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 ...

The role of literature in improving international relations

Unpublished Presentations-Lectures | Monday, 2 September 2002

Presentation of Iraklis (Hercules) Millas in the international symposium “Prose in South-Eastern Europe” organized by the Hellenic Authors Society - Rhodes, 2/3-9-2002   The role of literatur...

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...

From Ottomanism to New-Ottomanism: Strategic Depth as a new synthesis

Unpublished Presentations-Lectures | Friday, 5 October 2012

Presentation at the conference “Balkan Worlds: Ottoman past and Balkan Nationalisms” organized by The Department of Balkan, Slavic and Oriental Studies, University of Macedonia in collaboration wi...

Greeks Set Smyrna on Fire in (latest) Turkish Textbooks

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Text of January 2002 - Unpublished   Greeks Set Smyrna on Fire in (latest) Turkish Textbooks   By H. Millas ‘Ό Έλληνες λένε πως οι Τούρκοι έκαψαν τη Σμύ...

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