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Relations Greco-Roumaines. Interculturalité et identité nationale.Edited by: P. M. Kitromilidès, Anna Tabaki
Une histoire comparée des ruines est-elle possible?Alain Schnapp« There is no civilisation without memory, there is no society without ruins », argues Alain Schnapp in the 17th lecture devoted to the memory of K. Th. Dimaras. But what is the relation between memory and ancient ruins, and how far... € 12,00
Dissent, Discipline, Dissimulation in Early Modern Europe. Reflections on a European Tradition.Anthony MolhoDeviation from dominant religious, philosophical or political norms was a common phenomenon in 16th and 17th century Europe. Toleration of heterodox beliefs was not the rule in most European contexts. This led the heterodox to develop strategies of dissimulation in... € 10,00
Fifty years of the Institute for Neohellenic Research: A Retrospective.Vincenzo RotoloThe speaker for the 2008 Annual Dimaras’ Lecture was Vicenzo Rotolo, Professor at the University of Palermo and President of the Institute for Byzantine and Neohellenic studies “Bruno Lavagnini” in Sicily. An acclaimed expert on the movement of Neohellenic Enlightenment,... € 10,00
Voltaire et l’affaire Calas. De l’histoire au mythe.Claude LauriolThe author argues that the Calas Affair is still alive in the collective memory of the French people. His lecture deals with this incident of intolerance and its connection to Voltaire’s famous Traité sur la tolerance [Treatise on tolerance]. The... € 12,00