Anthanasios Gekas, Guest researcher at EHESS by Camille Schmoll, Research Director at EHESS and a member of Géographie-cités laboratory, will be speaking in seminars throughout the month of April.
Athanasios Gekas is Associate Professor in the Department of History, Chair of Modern Greek History and Coordinator of the Hellenic Studies Program at York University (Toronto).
Free admission, subject to availability
The role of the Greek diaspora in the 1821 revolution
Seminar by Natalia Muchnik, Camille Schmoll, Yann Scioldo-Zürcher, “Migrations: research in progress
Room 3.09, Colloquium Center, Condorcet Campus, 10:30-12:30
Ionian Islands and the Greek Revolution
Seminar by Marie-Elisabeth Mitsou, “Greece in Europe, 1832-2022
18:00-20:00, 54 bd Raspail, Room AS1_23
Greek migration to Canada and the Greek Canadian Archives at York University: Public/digital History and Community Engagement)
History of Migration (Master Migrations)
Adèle Sutre, Yann Scioldo-Zürcher, Antonin Durand, 10.00-12.00, room 0.015 Bat. recherche Sud, Condorcet
A Post-Ottoman Post-revolution State: Territorial Expansion and the Challenge of Integration in 19th-Century Greece
Marc Aymes, CETOBaC monthly seminar, EHESS
EHESS building, Condorcet Campus, room 25_A, 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.