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Merih Erol, Greek Orthodox Music in Ottoman Istanbul: Nation and Community in the Era of Reform


Published: Jan 30, 2018
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Ottoman Gteeks Istanbul Nationalism music
Haris Exertzoglou
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Merih Erol. Greek Orthodox Music in Ottoman Istanbul: Nation and Community in the Era of Reform. Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2015. 264 pp.

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Haris Exertzoglou, University of the Aegean

Haris Exertzoglou studied economics and history in Athens and London, where he supported his PhD thesis on “Greek Bankers in Constantinople, 1850-1881”, (King’s College, University of London). He is Associate Professor of Cultural and Social History in the Department of Social Anthropology and History, University of the Aegean. He has published extensively on the history of the late Ottoman empire and of the Greek Orthodox communities in particular. His publications include National Identity in Constantinople in the 19th Century: The Greek Literary Association of Constantinople 1861-1912 (Athens: Nefeli, 1996, in Greek) and The Lost Homelands beyond Nostalgia: A Socio-cultural history of the Greek Orthodox in the Ottoman Empire, 1850s–1900s (Athens: Nefeli, 2010, in Greek).

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