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State-Nationalisms in the Ottoman Empire, Greece and Turkey
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Introduction: The Ottoman Empire and After Benjamin Fortna 1. Elites and the Formation of National Identity: The Case of the Greek Orthodox Millet, Mid-19th Century to 1922 Dimitris Kamouzis 2. Millet Legacies in a National Environment: Political Elites and Muslim Communities in Greece, 1830s-1923 Stefanos Katsikas 3. Nationalist Infiltrations in Ottoman Thrace, ca. 1870-1912: The Case of the Kaza of Gumuljina Paris Konortas 4. A Minority in a State of Flux: Greek Self-Administration and Educastion in Post-lausanne Istanbul, ca. 1923-1930 Dimitris Kamouzis 5. The Politics of Turkey Towards the Ecumenical Patriarchate: The Single-Party Era (1923-1945) Elcin Macar 6. A Minority in a State of Hostage: The Muslims of Greece, 1923-1941 Stefanos Katsikas 7. The Ankara Agreement of 1930 and the Minorities: Reconciliation, Normalization or Instrumentalization? Samim Akgonul 8. "Tax Me to the End of my Life!": Anatomy of an Anti-Minority Tax Legislation, 1942-43 Ayhan Aktar Conclusion

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Benjamin Fortna is Senior Lecturer in the Modern History of the Middle East at SOAS. Stefanos Katsikas is Lecturer in the department of history at Goldsmiths College, University of London. Dimitris Kamouzis works on the history of Greece and Turkey at the Centre for Asia Minor Studies in Athens Paraskevas Konortas is a professor in the school of philosophy at the University of Athens.

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