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Καρλόβασι: Διεθνές workshop Ιστορίας «Global 1922: Local Sites, Global Contexts»

27 Ιουλ, 2022 - 12:07
Καρλόβασι: Διεθνές workshop Ιστορίας «Global 1922: Local Sites, Global Contexts»

Το Φεστιβάλ Τεχνών Σάμου – Ανατολικό Άκρο φιλοξενεί το Διεθνές workshop Ιστορίας «Global 1922: Local Sites, Global Contexts», στον αύλειο χώρο της Βιβλιοθήκης του Πανεπιστημίου Αιγαίου στο Καρλόβασι, κατά το χρονικό διάστημα 2 - 3 Αυγούστου 2022.

Το workshop αποτελεί συνδιοργάνωση του Centre for Hellenic Studies and Sir Michael Howard Centre for the History of War, King’s College London, του Centre for War Studies, University College Dublin, Ireland και του Κέντρου Έρευνας Νεότερης Ιστορίας του Παντείου Πανεπιστημίου.

Οι εργασίες του θα γίνουν στην αγγλική γλώσσα και οι πόρτες του είναι ανοικτές προς όλους όσοι θα ήθελαν να το παρακολουθήσουν.

Για το ελληνόφωνο κοινό θα υπάρξει ειδική βραδιά στο χωριό της Υδρούσσας, στις 3 Αυγούστου 2022.

Για τη φιλοξενία του, το Φεστιβάλ συνεργάζεται με το Πανεπιστήμιο Αιγαίου, έχοντας και την υποστήριξη του Δήμου Δυτικής Σάμου.

Το πλήρες πρόγραμμα του workshop:


Tuesday 2 August 2022
Venue: Hatzigianneio Building, University of the Aegean, Karlovasi, Samos

09:00 – 09:30

Georgios Giannakopoulos (City, University of London/KCL): ‘Rethinking the Greek-Turkish 1922 as a Global Event’

From 1922 to 1923

Dimitris Stamatopoulos (University of Macedonia): ‘Asia Minor Catastrophe: Schemes of Interpretation and Theoretical Approaches’

Volker Prott (Aston University): ‘Destroying the Paris Order: The Fire of Smyrna as a Global Turning Point’

Konstantinos Tsitselikis (University of Macedonia): ‘The Convention of Lausanne (1923): Perceptions and Counter-Perceptions of an On-going Appraisal’

11:00 – 12:00
Refugee regimes

Laura Robson (Pennsylvania State University), ‘Enforcing Immobility: The Physical Production of “Territorial Integrity” from Versailles to Lausanne’

Merih Erol (Özyeğin University): ‘Armenian Refugees in Greece after the Greek-Turkish War

12:00 – 13:00
Anatolia from below

Nicholas Doumanis (University of New South Wales Sydney/University of Illinois Chicago): ‘The Greater War “from below”: Ottoman Greeks, Moral Community and the coming of the Nation-State’

Alexandre Toumarkine (National Institute for Oriental Languages and Civilizations- INALCO)/Paris): ‘Local Utopias and Self-governances in 1920’s Anatolia: the Global Dimension and the Remembrance of former Revolts’


17:30 -18:30
Empire and Violence

Nikos Sigalas (EHESS/CETOBaC): ‘Empires, Nationalisms and Imperialisms in Anatolia during the long war 1914-1922: A re-appraisal’

Zeynep Türkyilmaz (Potsdam University): ‘The Pontus between Two Deportations: Extermination, Conversion and Resistance (1916-21)’

18:30 – 19:30
Resettlements: case-studies

Afroditi Pelteki (University of the Aegean): ‘Collective refugee self-organization and identity-making processes: Asia Minor refugee associational activity before and after 1922 in the island of Lesvos”

Evaggelia Bafouni (Municipality of Piraeus): ‘Asia Minor Refugees in Piraeus: a case-study’

19:30 – 22:30
Contemporary Art Exhibition Opening
(Kostas Christopoulos and Eirini Mantinaou)

Wednesday 3 August 2022

09:00 – 10:30
War and Mobilization

Veysel Şimşek (McGill University): ‘Arms, Funds, and Men: Turkish Mobilization for War: 1919-22’

Charalambos Minasidis (University of Texas at Austin): ‘Greek-Orthodox Citizen Soldiers between Greek and Turkish Mobilizations’

Jay Winter (Yale University): ‘The Civilianization of War and the Lausanne Peace Conference’

10:30 – 11:30
The materiality of imperial transitions

Gábor Egry (Institute of Political History, Budapest) ‘When Imperialists Joined the Nationalists against the West: Post-Imperial Business Networks and the Creation of National Economies in the Habsburg Post-Imperial Economic Space in the 1920s’

Ceyda Karamursel (School of Oriental and African Studies, London) ‘Sewing Machines, Consumer Credit and Contested Property Ownership at the End of the Ottoman Empire’

11:30 – 13:00
Western Humanitarianism and the American promise

Dimitris Kamouzis (Centre of Asia Minor Studies): ‘This problem is too big for Greece’: The Near East Relief Committee and the Refugee Crisis of 1922’

Zinovia Lialiouti (University of Athens): ‘The “Home of Homer” and American Nation-Building: The Greater Greece in US Policy-Making and Public Discourse’

Panagiotis Karagkounis (Manchester University): ‘Save the Children Fund in Greece: Refugees and Refugee Camps’

13:00 – 17:00

17:00 – 18:30
Eastern Questions and Western responses

Jane Cowan (University of Sussex): “Internationalism and Inter-imperiality in a muscular masculinist world: Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom and the afterlives of the Macedonian Question”

Darragh Gannon (University College, Dublin/Georgetown University): ‘Writing Revolutionary Ireland into the Global 1922’

Cemil Aydin (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill) and Georgios Giannakopoulos (City/KCL): ‘The International Politics of Civilizational Narratives: The Western Question in Greece and Turkey (1912-1930)’

18:30 – 19:30

Pothiti Hatzaroula (University of the Aegean); Lina Venturas (Panteion University); Robert Gerwarth (University College Dublin); Joe Maiolo (King’s College London);
Jay Winter (Yale University)

Workshop Sponsors

East End Samos Art Festival/Municipality of Western Samos/University of the Aegean/Irish Embassy of Greece/Modern Greek Studies Association Innovation Fund/Past and Present Society/The A.G. Leventis Foundation/King’s College London Arts and Humanities Faculty’s Small Projects Scheme/Centre for Hellenic Studies and Sir Michael Howard Centre for the History of War, King’s College London/Centre for Modern History, Panteion University/Centre for War Studies, University College Dublin/ Fame Restaurant Karlovasi.

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