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Curriculum vitae of Antonis Anastasopoulos

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Name: Antonis
Surname: Anastasopoulos
Title: Assistant Professor
Department: History and Archaeology

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E-mail: anastasopoulos@uoc.gr  

Personal website: www.antonisanastasopoulos.eu

Address: Gallos Campus, Rethymno, Greece, Postal Code 74100  

Tel.: ++28310 77368 

Fax: ++28310 77338   

Brief CV

Antonis Anastasopoulos is Assistant Professor of Ottoman History at the Department of History and Archaeology of the University of Crete. He was born in Athens in 1969. He holds a B.A. from the Department of History and Archaeology of the University of Athens, an M.Phil. and a Ph.D. from the Faculty of Oriental Studies of the University of Cambridge. He is a research associate of the Institute for Mediterranean Studies of the Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas. His research interests include Ottoman institutions, Ottoman provincial society and centre-periphery relations, and Ottoman tombstones.  

 

Books

  • 2005, Provincial Elites in the Ottoman Empire. Halcyon Days in Crete V. A Symposium Held in Rethymno, 10-12 January 2003, editing and introduction, Crete University Press.
  • 2007, Ottoman Rule and the Balkans, 1760-1850: Conflict, Transformation, Adaptation. Proceedings of an international conference held in Rethymno, Greece, 13-14 December 2003, editing, with Elias Kolovos, University of Crete – Department of History and Archaeology.
  • 2008, The Eastern Mediterranean under Ottoman Rule: Crete, 1645-1840. Halcyon Days in Crete VI. A Symposium Held in Rethymno, 13-15 January 2006, editing, Crete University Press.
  • 2010, Mneme Penelopes Stathe. Meletes historias and philologias [Memory of Pinelopi Stathi. Studies in History and Philology], editing, with Kostas Lappas and Elias Kolovos, Crete University Press.
  • 2012, Political Initiatives ‘From the Bottom Up’ in the Ottoman Empire. Halcyon Days in Crete VIΙ. A Symposium Held in Rethymno, 9-11 January 2009, editing, Crete University Press.

Articles

  • 1999, “Othomanikes antilepseis peri egklematos kai timorias” [Ottoman Views about Crime and Punishment] (with Eleni Gara), Mnemon 21, 37-54.
  • 2001, “Hoi othomanikoi hierodikastikoi kodikes (sitzil) tes Veroias: provlemata taxinomeses” [The Ottoman Court Registers (Sher’iye Sicilleri) of Veria: Classification Problems], Imeros 1, 149-169.
  • 2001, “He Krete sto othomaniko plaisio” [Crete in the Ottoman Context], Kretologika Grammata 17, 97-109.
  • 2002, “Lighting the Flame of Disorder: Ayan Infighting and State Intervention in Ottoman Karaferye, 1758-59”, International Journal of Turkish Studies 8, 73-88.
  • 2003, “Hoi christianoi sten Tourkokratia kai hoi othomanikes peges: he periptose tes Veroias, p. 1760-1770” [The Christians in the Period of Ottoman Rule and the Ottoman Sources: the Case of Veria, c. 1760-1770], Ariadne 9, 71-89.
  • 2003, “Mousoulmanoi kai christianoi ste Veroia tou b’ misou tou 18ou aiona” [Muslims and Christians in Veria in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century], Veroias Meletemata, Hoi Philoi tou Vyzantinou Mouseiou Veroias, 40-46.
  • 2005, “The Mixed Elite of a Balkan Town: Karaferye in the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century”, in Αntonis Anastasopoulos (ed.), Provincial Elites in the Ottoman Empire. Halcyon Days in Crete V. A Symposium Held in Rethymno, 10-12 January 2003, Crete University Press, 259-268.
  • 2005, “Chatzekatvias, Charitopoulos, Kritopoulos: sta ichne mias paradoses gia ten othomanike alose tes Veroias” [Chatzekatvias, Charitopoulos, Kritopoulos: Following the Traces of a Tradition concerning the Ottoman Conquest of Veria], in Tonia Kioussopoulou (ed.), 1453: He alose tes Konstantinoupoles kai he metavase apo tous mesaionikous stous neoterous chronous [1453: The Fall of Constantinople and the Transition from the Middle Ages to the Modern Era], Crete University Press, 211-225.
  • 2005, “Dervisedes kai Dervisikoi Tekedes sten Krete ton Archon tou 19ou Aiona: Threskeutikes, Koinonikes kai Oikonomikes Leitourgies” [Dervishes and Dervish Tekkes in Early Nineteenth-Century Crete: Religious, Social and Financial Functions], in Pepragmena 9ou Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou. Elounta, 1-6 Oktovriou 2001. Tomos C1 Neotere periodos: Historia [Proceedings of the 9th International Congress of Cretan Studies. Elounda, 1-6 October 2001, Vol. C1 Modern Period: History], Society for Cretan Historical Studies, 139-150.
  • 2005-2006, “In Preparation for the Hajj: The Will of a Serdengeçti from Crete (1782)”, Archivum Ottomanicum 23, 79-92.
  • 2006, “Crisis and State Intervention in Late Eighteenth-Century Karaferye”, Frederick F. Anscombe (ed.), The Ottoman Balkans, 1750-1830, Markus Wiener Publishers, 11-33.
  • 2006, “Building Alliances: A Christian Merchant in Eighteenth-Century Karaferye”, Oriente Moderno n.s. 25/1, 65-75.
  • 2007, “Karaferye (Veroia) in the 1790s: How Much Can the Kadı Sicilleri Tell Us?”, in Antonis Anastasopoulos and Elias Kolovos (eds), Ottoman Rule and the Balkans, 1760-1850: Conflict, Transformation, Adaptation. Proceedings of an International Conference Held in Rethymno, Greece, 13-14 December 2003, University of Crete – Department of History and Archaeology, 45-59.
  • 2007, “Albanians in the Eighteenth-Century Ottoman Balkans”, in Elias Kolovos, Phokion Kotzageorgis, Sophia Laiou and Marinos Sariyannis (eds), The Ottoman Empire, the Balkans, the Greek Lands: Toward a Social and Economic History. Studies in Honor of John C. Alexander, The Isis Press, 37-47.
  • 2008, “Centre-Periphery Relations: Crete in the Eighteenth Century”, in Björn Forsén and Giovanni Salmeri (eds), The Province Strikes Back: Imperial Dynamics in the Eastern Mediterranean, The Finnish Institute at Athens, 123-136.
  • 2008, “The Islamic Gravestones of Ottoman Rethymno: Preliminary Remarks and Thoughts about Them”, in Antonis Anastasopoulos (ed.), The Eastern Mediterranean under Ottoman Rule: Crete, 1645-1840. Halcyon Days in Crete VI. A Symposium Held in Rethymno, 13-15 January 2006, Crete University Press, 317-329.
  • 2008, “He Veroia sta chronia ton Othomanon: mia dynamike koinonia” [Veroia in the Ottoman Era: A Dynamic Society], Politistika Dromena, 47 (Mar.-Apr.-May), 21-30.
  • 2008, “The Ottoman Empire and the Greek Lands”, (with Elias Kolovos and Marinos Sariyannis), in Ersi Brouskari (ed.), Ottoman Architecture in Greece, Hellenic Ministry of Culture – Directorate of Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Antiquities, 23-44.
  • 2010, “He anaklese mias doreas kai he epistrophe mias proikas: koinoniko phylo, oikogeneiakes scheseis kai othomanike dikaiosyne” [The Cancellation of a Donation and the Return of a Dowry: Gender, Family Relations and Ottoman Justice], in Kostas Lappas, Antonis Anastasopoulos and Elias Kolovos (eds), Mneme Penelopes Stathe. Meletes historias and philologias [Memory of Pinelopi Stathi. Studies in History and Philology], Crete University Press, 55-68.
  • 2010, ‘Morphes koinonikes aroges kai pronoias sto islam me semeio anaphoras ten Othomanike Autokratoria’ [Forms of Social Aid and Welfare in Islam with Particular Reference to the Ottoman Empire], in Kostas Dikaios (ed.), Historia koinonikes politikes, Gutenberg, 126-156.
  • 2010, “Proseggizontas to zetema tes anagnoses ton pegon: mia martyria peri oikodidaskalias ton 17o aiona kai to Krypho Scholeio” [Approaching the Issue of the ‘Reading’ of Sources: A Testimony about Homeschooling in the Seventeenth Century and the Secret School], Ta Istorika/Historica, 53 (December), 349-364.
  • 2011, “Political Participation, Public Order and Monetary Pledges (Nezir) in Ottoman Crete”, in Eleni Gara, M. Erdem Kabadayı and Christoph K. Neumann (eds), Popular Protest and Political Participation in the Ottoman Empire: Studies in Honor of Suraiya Faroqhi, İstanbul Bilgi University Press, 127-142.
  • 2012, “Introduction: Political Initiatives ‘From the Bottom Up’”, in Antonis Anastasopoulos (ed.), Political Initiatives ‘From the Bottom Up’ in the Ottoman Empire. Halcyon Days in Crete VIΙ. A Symposium Held in Rethymno, 9-11 January 2009, Crete University Press, 1-12.
  • 2012, “The Ottomans and Civil Society: A Discussion of the Concept and the Relevant Literature”, in Antonis Anastasopoulos (ed.), Political Initiatives ‘From the Bottom Up’ in the Ottoman Empire. Halcyon Days in Crete VIΙ. A Symposium Held in Rethymno, 9-11 January 2009, Crete University Press, 435-453.
  • 2013, “Imperial Geography and War: The Ottoman Case”, in Sahar Bazzaz, Yota Batsaki and Dimiter Angelov (eds), Imperial Geographies in Byzantine and Ottoman Space, Center for Hellenic Studies – Harvard University, 111-132.
  • 2013, “Non-Muslims and Ottoman Justice(s?)”, in Jeroen Duindam, Jill Harries, Caroline Humfress and Nimrod Hurvitz (eds), Law and Empire: Ideas, Practices, Actors, Brill, 275-292.