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Contents: Communal affairs and society in the post-Tanzimat era, 1876-1908 - The constitutional revolution and the parliamentary elections of 1908: enthusiasm and hopes for the new regime - Journalists as an agent of modernization in the Young Turk era, 1909-1912 - Scepticism and concern for the new regime, 1909-1912 - Expectations, desires and fears of the `true Greek Power', 1909-1912.
Maria Mandamadiotou holds a BA in modern Greek philology from the University of Ioannina and an MA in modern Greek history from the department of Social Anthropology and History at the Aegean University. She completed her doctorate on The Greek Orthodox community of Mytilene on the path to modernization, 1876-1912 at King's College London. Her research interests concern the political and social history of Greece in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.