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Radical Translations

Sanja Perovic participates in a panel discussion about the migration of revolutionary ideas in the context of the Greek Revolution of 1821. Speakers focus on the transmission, or ‘migration’, of such ideas across the European continent in the wake of 1789 Revolution in France and their impact in creating the climate in which a Greek revolution became possible in 1821.

Chair: professor Roderick Beaton.

Introduction: professor Paul Cartledge.

Panelists: Georgios Varouxakis, Athena Leoussi and Sanja Perovic.

Panel hosted by the British School at Athens, the Hellenic Society and King's College London.

Watch the entire panel discussion here.

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