We are happy to publish the recordings of the second session of our Lecture series
Aspects of Intellectual and Social History of the Greek Revolution
organized by the Netherlands Institute at Athens, Dr. Nicholas Vrousalis of the Erasmus University Rotterdam and the Research Centre of Philosophy of the Academy of Athens in the context of the bicentenary of the Greek War of Independence.
The second Session took place on 14 June 2021 and was entitled:
“The concept and the reality of revolution in the 21st century. Philosophical, political and anthropological challenges”
Nicholas Vrousalis, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Was the Greek Revolution of 1821 “Bourgeois”?
Dr. Judith Vega, University of Groningen
The fragmented revolution? Struggles against domination and the defence of the lifeworld
Anna Mahera, University of Ioannina
Celebrating revolutions, adjusting definitions
(Click on the titles of the presentations to start the video’s)