The navy in the Greek Struggle for independence

The series of online lectures organized by the Institute for Mediterranean Studies-FORTH about the Greek Revolution of 1821 begins again on Monday, December  6, 2021 at 6 p.m. (GMT+2), with three lectures on the navy and maritime history in the years of the Greek revolution.


Gelina Harlaftis, Research Director in IMS-FORTH and professor in University of Crete, will speak on "The Navy and the Privateering fleet during the Greek revolution"

Katerina Galani, postdoctoral researcher in IMS-FORTH and teaching staff in Hellenic Open University, will give a lecture on "The commercial fleet during the Greek Revolution: discontinuities and adaptation"

Minas Antypas, Phd candidate in the University of Crete, will present “Aspects of the economy of Hydra during the Greek Revolution”.


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