George Kalpadakis, Annelien de Dijn & Yanna Tzourmana

Date: 
Monday, May 10, 2021 - 17:00 to 18:00
Location: 
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_jBw_mk1nTh2gHFxFYVeOWw?_x_zm_rtaid=rJn7pu0qRc2YC-5mLxudOg.1619860092071.8dee07ef6a0eeae99e34cbe3ebf64407&_x_zm_rhtaid=332
Event Description: 

We have the pleasure of inviting you to the first session of the series: 'Aspects of the Intellectual and Social History of the Greek Revolution' organised by the Netherlands Institute at Athens and the Research Centre for Greek Pholosophy of the Academy of Athens.

The session will be organized via Zoom, participation is free but registration is mandatory. Please register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_jBw_mk1nTh2gHFxFYVeOWw?_x_zm_rtaid=rJn7pu0qRc2YC-5mLxudOg.1619860092071.8dee07ef6a0eeae99e34cbe3ebf64407&_x_zm_rhtaid=332

Session 1 Political agenda and national awareness in the horizon of the Late Enlightenment and the 19th c. revolutionary movements in Europe

MODERATOR: Dr. Nicholas Vrousalis (Erasmus University Rotterdam)

SPEAKERS Dr. George Kalpadakis (Researcher at the Research Centre for the Study of Modern Greek History of the Academy of Athens), Enlightenment visions of the post-Ottoman Balkans: Rhigas and Kapodistrias Prof. Dr. Annelien de Dijn (Utrecht University), Key aspects of French political thought as a link between the Greek war of Independence and the French Revolution Dr. Yanna Tzourmana (Hellenic Open University), Constitutionalism and Reform Politics in the Age of Revolutions