The New Ottoman Greece in History and Fiction (Modernity) (Hardcover)

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The New Ottoman Greece in History and Fiction (Modernity) (Hardcover)


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1. Introduction - The New Ottoman Greece: A Heritage in Search of Identity and Inheritors.- 2. New Approaches to the Ottoman Legacy in Historiography, Education, and Music Studies.- 3. Fearing Neo-Ottomanism: Counter-discourses and Reactions to the 'New Ottoman Greece'.- 4. Cultivating Osmanalgia: Intersections of History and Fiction in Thessaloniki.- 5. Narrating the Nation and its (Ottoman) Legacy: The Greek Historical Novel and the Role of Fiction Writers.- 6. Appropriating the Ottoman Past in Three Novels: Greek-Turkish Friendship, Nostalgia and Religious Co-existence.- 7. Epilogue - Ottoman Greece from 1980 to 2018.

Trine Stauning Willert is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Birmingham's Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman and Modern Greek Studies, UK. Previously she was Assistant Professor in Modern Greek Studies at the University of Copenhagen where she was a member of the research centre 'The Many Roads in Modernity: South-East Europe and its Ottoman Roots'.
Product Details ISBN: 9783319938486
ISBN-10: 3319938487
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Publication Date: September 14th, 2018
Pages: 225
Language: English
Series: Modernity