Exertzoglou Charilaos

Professor

Academic field: Social and Cultural History, 19th-20th centuries

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Haris Exertzoglou studied Economics and History in Athens and London. He received a B.A degree in Economics from Athens University and a postgraduate Diploma from the Center of Mediterranean and Arabic Studies [Panteios School of Political Sciences]. He continued his studies with the Department of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, King’s College, University of London where he supported his Ph.D Thesis on “Greek Bankers in Constantinople, 1850-1881”. He is Associate Professor of Cultural and Social History in the Department of Social Anthropology and History, University of the Aegean. During the academic year 2003-2004 he held a Stanley J. Seeger Research Fellowship. He has published extensively on the history the Greek Orthodox communities of the Ottoman Empire in the 19th and early 20th century. His latest book is “The lost Homelands” beyond Nostalgia. A Socio-cultural history of the Romioi in the Ottoman Empire, 1850s – 1900s”, [in Greek] Athens/ Nefeli 2010

Contact

Undergraduate Courses

H-236 Nations and nationalisms in the balkans (19th- early 20th century)
special background
W\S-080 Historical Film
specialised general knowledge
H-200 Introduction to History
special background, specialised general knowledge

Graduate Courses

Courses taught

H-236 Nations and nationalisms in the Balkans (19th-20th centuries) (elective course)
W/S-042 Autobiographies (elective seminar)
W/S-059 Public history (elective seminar)
W/S-080 History and historical film (elective seminar)

Undergraduate

H-236 Nations and nationalisms in the balkans (19th- early 20th century)
special background
W\S-080 Historical Film
specialised general knowledge
H-200 Introduction to History
special background, specialised general knowledge

Postgraduate Courses

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