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1922 : In the Wake of the Death of an Empire

Political Transitions and Minority Strategies of Entrenchment in the Eastern Mediterranean

Turkish, Greek, Russian and Jewish boys in the streets of Istanbul, 1921 / Library of congress

Friday, 24th June 2022, from 9.00 to 18.30

Junior scholar and graduate conference

Salle du Musée des moulages, École française d’Athènes
Didotou 6, Athène (Grèce)

9.00 – 9.15 | Opening session

Welcome

Gilles de Rapper (École française d’Athènes)

Introduction

Angelos Dalachanis (CNRS, IHMC) & Alexis Rappas (Koç University)

09.15 - 11.15 Session 1 - Managing Minorities : State, Church, and Public Opinion

Chair : Alexis Rappas (Koç University)

Discussants : Hervé Georgelin (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens) & Dimitris Kamouzis (Center for Asia Minor Studies)

Minority Politics of Greek Administrations in Occupied Territories : the Cases of Trabzon (1916-18) and Smyrna (1919-22)

Lukas Tsiptsios (University of Normandy & McGill University)

The Armenian Lay Communities and the Patriarchate in Changing Jerusalem : From Disruption to Unity

Arman Khachatryan (Ben Gurion University)

The Introduction of the Press as a Tool of Government to the non-exchangeable Inhabitants of Western Thrace, 1924-26

Yanis Bonos (Panteion University)

11.15 - 11.30 Coffee break

11.30 - 13.00 Session 2 - Education policies

Chair : Angelos Dalachanis (CNRS, IHMC)

Discussants : Merih Erol (Özyegin University) & Efi Gazi (University of Peloponnese)

Yugoslav State and Muslim Minorities in South Serbia : Educational Affairs

Klara Volaric (Loughborough University)

Jabal ‘Amel, a hybrid Mediterranean space. Between entrenchment and trans-regionality at the dawn of Greater Lebanon

Fares Damien (SNF-University of Basel)

13.00 - 14.00 Lunch break

14.30 - 16.30 Session 3 - Business and Labor

Chair : Angelos Dalachanis (CNRS, IHMC)

Discussants : Efi Kanner (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens) & Eleni Kyramargiou (National Hellenic Research Foundation)

The Business Activities of the Italian Levantines and Residents in the Early Turkish Republic

Mehmet Dogar (University of Cambridge)

From Majority to Minority and Vice Versa. Jews and Pontus and Asia Minor Refugees at the Port of Thessaloniki

Christos Mais (University of Thessaly)

Religious Minorities and Business Associations in Interwar Greece and Turkey

Semih Gökatalay (University of California Saint Davis)

16.30 - 17.00 Coffee break

17.00 - 18.30 Session 4 - Religious and Charity Networks

Chair : Alexis Rappas (Koç University)

Discussants : Lambros Baltsiotis (Panteion University) & Haris Rigas Theodorelis (Koç University)

Funding a New Albanian Church ? The Albanian Orthodox Community of Istanbul and the 1923 Population Exchange

Lediona Shahollari (University of Michigan)

Preoccupied Istanbul : Charitable Networks after the First World War

Gabriel Doyle (Sciences-Po, Paris)

Publié le 14 juin 2022, mis a jour le lundi 28 novembre 2022

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