History of the Greek Diaspora (19th - 20th centuries)

The course examines the concept of diaspora and its significance for the understanding of basic questions in modern and contemporary Greek political, social and economic history. The course deals with such matters as the foundation, organization and development of Greek communities abroad, with the aim of offering a composite view of the phenomenon of the Greek diaspora in broader terms.
The goal of the course is make students aware of matters of more general interest, such as the strengthening of ties between the homeland of the nation and the diasporaand a comparative approach to the various phenomena of migration, exile and return.

Band: 
Compulsory Elective History
Subject: 
History of Early Modern and Contemporary Hellenism
Semester: 
Spring
Instructor: 
ECTS: 
4.50
Code: 
55ΕΠΕΖ46
Academic year: 
Remarks: 

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