The Institute of Historical Research of the National Research Foundation, in collaboration with the Sicilian Institute for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies (Palermo), organized a conference on: “The Greek Revolution and Italy. Forms and degrees of acceptance during the 19th century” that took place on October 14-15, 2021.
The Greek Revolution was a ground-breaking national uprising in 19th century Europe, and its great international resonance gave rise not only to the active participation of volunteers who took part in the Struggle, but also to various events within the intellectual, literary, and artistic field. In the broader context of Italian Philhellenism, the conference aimed at presenting and highlighting the acceptance of the Greek Revolution in the Italian peninsula.
Maria Christina Chatziioannou, Institute of Historical Research-National Research Foundation
Vincenzo Rotolo, Sicilian Institute for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies “Bruno Lavagnini” / ISSBI
Francesco Guida, The Institute for the History of the Italian Risorgimento
Giuseppe Monsagrati, The Institute for the History of the Italian Risorgimento
Renata Lavagnini, Francesco Scalora, Francesca Vuturo
Sicilian Institute for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies “Bruno Lavagnini” (Palermo)
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