From Catherine the Great to Joseph Stalin

The European History returns to the Black Sea while anthropogeography changes dramatically
Lecturer: Kostas Karamalis


Three lectures centered on the Black Sea and its history from the Russian occupation of the Crimea and the tsarina’s “Greek Plan” to the Crimean War and from the last decades of the Empires, Russian and Ottoman, to the Second World War, the German occupation and the deportation of Tartars, Greeks, Jews, Armenians, Circassians and many other peoples during the Post War – Stalinist period.
Wednesday afternoon (6.30-9.00): 27 of November, 4 and 18 of December
The lectures will be repeated on Thursday morning (11.00-1.30): 28 of November, 5 and 19 of December