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Historiography

15 Mai

Workshop

Historiographies in conflict: Parallel narratives on controversial historical issues between Greece and Turkey.

1st Day: Saturday 8th of May 2010

9:15 Registration

9:30 Opening speech: Alexandre Toumarkine (IFEA)

9:45 Presentation of the workshop: Nikos Sigalas (IFEA)

10:00 Panel 1: Concepts and narative structures

Stephanos Pesmatzoglou (Panteion University): ‘Viewing Hellenic Pasts: Elements in the direction of understanding Modern Greece’s Mythological Foundations’.

Ayşe Ozil (Bosporus University): ‘Greek and Turkish historiographies on the question of Orthodox Christian community’

Discussant: Fikret Adanır (Sabancı University)

12:00 Coffee break

12:15 – 14:15 Panel 2: Patriarchate

Dimitris Stamatopoulos (University of Macedonia): ‘Konstantinos Paparrigopoulos and the Ecumenical Patriarchate: a genealogical approach of the Greek national historiography in the 19th and the 20th c.’

Elçin Macar (Yıldız Teknical University): ‘Postulates and Repetitions: Turkish historiography’s ignorance concerning the Ecumenical Patriarchate’

Discussant: Meltem Toksöz (Bosporus University)

14:15 – 15:30 Lunch break

15:30 -17:30 Panel 3: Young Turks – Turkish war of independence

Vangelis Kechriotis (Bosporus University): ‘Greek Historiography meets the Young Turks ‘Bizarre’ Revolution.’

Nikos Sigalas (IFEA): ‘Narratives in oppositional symmetry: The Greek and Turkish historiographies of the Pontus Question’

Discussant:Yücel Terzibaşoğlu (Bosporus University)

2nd Day: Sunday 9th of May 2010

10:00-12:00 Panel 4: Populations and migrations

Tutku Vardağlı (Bosporus University): ‘In search of new genres in the population exchange literature’

Elektra Kostopoulou (Bilgi University): ‘The Muslims of Autonomous Crete through history and historiography’

Discussant: Dilek Güven (?)

12:00 Coffee break

12:15 – 14:15 Panel 5: Minorities

Samim Akgönül (): ‘3 Tarz-i Tarih (3 ways of telling History): paradoxical approaches to the historiography on Minorities in Turkey’

Lambros Baltsiotis (Panteion University): ‘Inclusion and exclusion of the ‘other’ in Greek historiography and the boundary of religion’

Discussant: Leyla Neyzi (Sabancı University)

14:15 -15:30 Lunch break

15:30 – 17:30 Panel 6: Cyprus

Niyazi Kızılyürek (University of Cyprus): ‘History wars in Cyprus’

Sia Anagnostopoulou (Panteion University): ‘Nationalism as the comprehension key of the history of Cyprus’

Discussant: Arzu Öztürkmen (Bosporus University)

17:30-18:00 Conclusions: Vangelis Kechriotis (Bosporus University)

 
 

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