Re-imagining the Past Antiquity and Modern Greek Culture

Edited by Dimitris Tziovas, Professor of Modern Greek Studies, University of Birmingham

  • Offers new insights into the modern Greek reception of antiquity
  • Covers a period stretching from the twelfth century CE to the present day
  • Incorporates chapters which adopt a comparative perspective

By moving beyond the dominant perspectives on the Greek past, this volume re-imagines Greek antiquity and invites the reader to look at the different uses and articulations of the past both in and outside Greece, ranging from literature to education, and from politics to photography.

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