Kate Fleming

Kate Fleming

 


 KATHERINE E. FLEMING

Remarque Institute ● New York University ● 53 Washington Square South, 3rd floor ● New York, NY, 10012  USA ● (+1) 212 998 3660 ● This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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EDUCATION:

1985                       (n.d.)                       King’s College, London                                                            THEOLOGY

1988                 B.A.                      Barnard College, Columbia University                                  RELIGION

1989                       M.A.                     University of Chicago                                                                RELIGION

1995                       PH.D.                   University of California, Berkeley                                           HISTORY

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT:     

2012 - present      DEPUTY PROVOST, New York University

2007 - present      VICE CHANCELLOR, New York University

2012 - present      PRESIDENT, Board of Directors, University of Piraeus (Greece)

2010 - present      DIRECTOR, Remarque Institute, New York University

2007 - present      ALEXANDER S. ONASSIS PROFESSOR of Hellenic Culture and Civilization and Professor of History, New York University

2007 - present      PROFESSEUR ASSOCIÉ au Département d’histoire, École Normale Supérieure, Paris

1999 - present      ASSOCIATE, Department of Middle Eastern & Islamic Studies, New York University

2010 - 2012          SENIOR VICE PROVOST, New York University

2007 - 2011          DIRECTRICE, Institut Remarque, École Normale Supérieure, Paris

2004 - 2010          ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, Remarque Institute, New York University

2005 - 2009          DIRECTOR, A.S. Onassis Program for Hellenic Studies, New York University

2005 - 2007          DIRECTOR, Center for European & Mediterranean Studies, New York University

2007                       INVITED VISITING PROFESSOR of History, École Normale Supérieure, Paris

2004 - 2007          ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR of History & Hellenic Studies, New York University

1998 - 2004          ASSISTANT PROFESSOR of History & Hellenic Studies, New York University

1996 - 1998          LECTURER, Department of History, UCLA

1995 - 1996          LECTURER, Department of History, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles

1996                       VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Deep Springs College, Deep Springs, CA

1994 - 1995          LECTURER, Department of Religion, UC Riverside

1992 - 1993          GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT, Department of History, UC Berkeley

1990 - 1991          INSTRUCTOR, ESL, California State University, San Bernardino

EDITORIAL POSITIONS

2015 - present      Scientific Committee, Rivista storica italiana

2012 - present      Editorial Board, Eurofringes

2010 - 2013          Editorial Board, Quest. Issues in Contemporary Jewish History

2009 - present      Editorial Panel, European History Quarterly

2007 - 2010          Board of Editors, American Historical Review, World History submissions

2006 - 2010          Editorial Board, International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society

2005 - 2010          Editorial Board, Journal of Modern Greek Studies, Arts & Humanities submissions

1996 - 1999          Book Review Editor, South East European Monitor, Vienna

1998 - 1999          Advisor & Editor, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Crete, Cyprus, and Greece submissions

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

MEDITERRANEAN, JEWISH, & GREEK HISTORY; NATIONALISM; RELIGION; HISTORICAL MEMORY

PUBLICATIONS:

BOOKS:

2008                       Greece – A Jewish History  (Princeton: Princeton University Press). 

                                                (Paperback edition, 2010)

                                               

  National Jewish Book Award (Sephardic culture)

  Mimi S. Frank Award in Memory of Becky S. Levy (2008)

                                                  The Runciman Award (2009)

                                                  Prix Alberto Benveniste, EPHE, Paris (2010)

                                                  Honorable Mention, Edmund Keeley Book Prize, MGSA (2009 - 2010)

                                                – Greek translation, Istoria ton Ellinon Evraion (Athens: Odysseas, 2010).

– French translation, Juifs de Grèce (XIXe-XXe siècles) (Paris: PUPS – Presses    

   de l’Université Paris-Sorbonne, 2011).   

 

1999                       The Muslim Bonaparte: Diplomacy and Orientalism in Ali Pasha’s Greece                                                                             (Princeton: Princeton University Press).

                                                – Greek translation, O Mousoulmanos Vonapartis (Athens: Odysseas, 2000).

                                                – Italian translation, Il Bonaparte musulmano: Diplomazia e orientalismo nella 

   Grecia di Ali Pascià (Rome: La Nuova Italia, 2001).

                                                – Albanian translation, Bonaparti mysliman.  Diplomacia dhe orientalizmi në

   Greqinë e Ali Pashës (Tirana: Dituria, 2003).

                                                – Turkish translation (Istanbul: Tarih Vakfi, 2004).

 

EDITIONS:

2007                       A Faithful Sea: The Religious Cultures of the Mediterranean, 1200-1700.  Co-editor,

   with Adnan Husain (Oxford: Oneworld, 2007).

ARTICLES, CHAPTERS, ESSAYS, & OTHER WRITINGS:

[2016]                    “«'Οχι»: Greece’s ‘No’ to Austerity,” in Non! The Florence Gould Lectures at New York    University, ed. Tom Bishop. (New York: Center for French Civilization and             Culture). Vol. 14, 2014/2015.

[2016]                    “Introduction” to Ilona Steimann and Nikos Stavroulakis, eds., An Illuminated Pirkei

Avot from Venetian Candia: A Historical Introduction (facsimile of Israel Museum, Jerusalem MS 180/102). (Hania: Ets Hayyim, forthcoming).

[2016]                    “Foreword” to Spyridon Litsas and Aristotle Tziampiris, eds., Foreign Policy Under                                                           Austerity: Greece’s Return to Normality? New York and London: Routledge.

2016                       “What Remains?  Sites of Deportation in Contemporary European Daily Life,” in Hitler’s

Geographies, Paolo Giaccaria and Claudio Minca, eds.  Farnham, Surrey, Ashgate (Chicago: University of Chicago Press): 347-362.

2014                      “Salonica’s Jews: A Metropolitan History,” in Jewish History, special issue on Salonican

Jewry; Antony Molho, Eyal Ginio & Paris Papamichos Chronakis, eds. (2014) 28: 449–455

2014                       “The Jews of Greece after the Shoah: rebuilding, emigration and the search for

community” in Eyal Ginio, ed.,  The Jewish Community in Greece (Jerusalem: Yad Ben-Tzvi Press), pp. 381-398.  [In Hebrew]

2013                       “A Roundtable Discussion of The Risorgimento Revisited.  Nationalism and Culture in

Nineteenth Century Italy (edited by Silvana Patriarca and Lucy Riall),” in

Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 2013, Vol. 18, No. 5, pp. 644-657.

2013                       “Sacred Seas” review article of Christophe Picard (ed.), La mer et le

sacré en Islam medieval (Revue des mondes musulmans et de la Méditerranée 130 (Aix - en - Provence: Presses Universitaires de Provence, 2011), in Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft (ZDMG): 838-842.

2011                       “Early Modern Jewish Histories in Ottoman and Mediterranean Contexts” in

Journal of Modern Hellenism, 28 (Winter 2010 - 2011).

2011                       “Tony Judt als Leser.  Weiderspruch formt Meinungen” in Süddeutsche Zeitung

(Feuilleton), February 11, 2011.

2010                       “Τόνι Τζουντ, Αναγνώστης” [Tony Judt, Reader], in The Athens Review of Books

Αθηναϊκή Επιθεώρηση του Βιβλίου], Vol. 1, No. 10 (September 2010): 18-19. [in Greek]

2010                       “Ο Χερτζλ στην Ακρόπολη: Μεγάλες Ιστορίες, Μικρά Κράτη: Ελλάδα, Ισραήλ

και τα όρια του έθνους” [Herzl at the Akropolis – or – Big Histories,

Small States: Greece, Israel, and the Limits of the Nation], in The

Athens Review of Books [Η Αθηναϊκή Επιθεώρηση του Βιβλίου], Vol.

1, No. 8 (June 2010): 32-37.  [In Greek]

2010                       “Letter from Crete: Two Arson Attacks on a Synagogue of Peace,” in The Forward,

February 19, 2010.

2009                       “Balkan in balkansko zgodovinopisje,” in Evroorientalizem/(Z)nova Medicina, Mitja

Velikonja. Mirt Komel, Blaz Ilc, and Tanja Petrovic, eds. (Ljubljiana, Journal for the Criticism of Science).  [In Slovenian, translation of “Orientalism, the Balkans, and Balkan Historiography.”]

2008                       “Greek Jewish History:  Greek, or Jewish?” in European Studies Forum (Council for

European Studies, Columbia University): 38.1.

2007                       “The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership: The New, Old Mediterranean,” in A

Mediterranean Mosaic of Peace, Tel Aviv: Mediterranean 2020 [reprint] Foundation/Peres Center for Peace (Summer 2007): 16 - 20.

2007                       “Two Rabbinic Views of Ottoman Ascendancy: The Cronica de los Reyes Otomanos and

the Seder Eliyahu Zuta,” in A Faithful Sea: Religious Cultures of the Mediterranean, 1200 - 1700.  Co-edited, with Adnan Husain.  Oxford (Oneworld Oxford, 2007): 99-120.

2007                       “The Nationalized ‘Greek Jew’: From Auschwitz - Birkenau to Israeli Popular Culture,”

Journal of Modern Greek Studies, Vol. 25, No. 1 (May, 2007): 17 - 40.

2007                       “The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership: The New, Old Mediterranean,” in Europe NYC,

February 2007.

2006                       “Burning Judas: Anti - Semitism and Public Riot in 19th - Century Greece,” in Peamim,

105-106 (2006): 29-55.  [In Hebrew]

2005                       “Le relazioni tra Turchia ed Europa in una prospettiva storica,” in Società Geografica

Italiana, Rapporto Annuale 2005. L'Italia nel Mediterraneo", Scenari Italiani, Società Geografica Italiana, Rome, 2005.

2004                       “Greece’s Romaniote Communities, 1880 - 1930,” in Sephardi Report, Vol. 1, No. 1

(Spring 2004): 12-14.

2004                       “Of Bakeries and Synagogues: Sacred and Secular Jewish Spaces in Early Modern

Crete,” in Jottings: A Quarterly Newsletter on Creta -Jewish Life (Hania, Greece), (Winter, 2004): 2-14.

2004                       “Neither Here nor There: Balkanism, ‘the Balkans,’ and Greece,” in Belgrade

Circle Journal, Winter (issue 3-4), 2004 [reprint]

2003                       “From Christianity to Islam: Constantinople,” in Ancient World, 97.1 (Autumn, 2003):

69-79.

2003                       “South Balkan Rabbinic Readings of Ottoman Rise and Decline: Eliyahu Kapsali of

Crete and Yehuda Alkalai of Zemlin,” in Greece and the Balkans: Identities, Perceptions and Cultural Encounters since the Enlightenment, Dimitri Tziovas, ed. (Ashgate, 2003): 101-113.

2002                       “‘Walls’ around the Torah: The 16th-Century Candia Kahal,” in The Jews of Crete:

Selected Articles and Essays, N. Stavroulakis, ed., (Etz Hayyim, 2002): 1-6.

2002                       “Greece in Chains: Philhellenism to the Rescue of a Damsel in Distress,” in Women and

the Colonial Gaze, Tamara L. Hunt & Micheline R. Lessard, eds. 

(Palgrave/Macmillan, 2002): 38-48.

2001 - 2002          “The Paradoxes of Nationalism: Modern Greek Historiography and the Burden of the

Past,” in Bulletin of the Royal Institute of Interfaith Studies, Vol. 3, No. 2

(Autumn/Winter, 2001): 221-237.

2001                       “Orijentalizam, Balkan i balkanska istoriografija,” in Filozofija i Drustvo (Philosophy &

Society), Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, Belgrade, No. 18 (2001):

11 - 32.  [In Serbian; translation of below]

2000                       “Orientalism, the Balkans, and Balkan Historiography,” in American Historical Review,

Vol. 104, No. 4 (October 2000): 1218-1233.

2000                       “Athens, Constantinople, ‘Istambol’: Urban Paradigms and 19th-Century Greek National

Identity,” in New Perspectives on Turkey, 22 (Spring/Summer 2000): 1-23.

1997 - 1998          “Ali Pasha and the Powers of Europe, 1797-1800: The Shift Away from an Ottoman

Imperial Model,” in Macedonian Studies, (Winter 1997 - 1998): 3-24. 

1997                       “Women as Preservers of the Past: Ziya Gokalp and Women’s Reform,” in

Deconstructing Images of the Turkish Woman, Zehra Arat, ed.  (St. Martin’s

Press, 1997): 125-138. 

1996 - 1997          “The Question of Union and the Fall of Constantinople, 1453,” in Modern Greek Studies

Yearbook, Vol. 12/13 (1996/1997): 35-48.

ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLES:

[2016]                    “Almoshnino, Moses” in Encyclopedia of Renaissance Philosophy, Marco Sgarbi, ed. 

Springer Reference, forthcoming.

2011                       “Greece, Jews of,” in Cambridge Dictionary of Judaism and Jewish Culture,

Judith R. Baskin, ed. (Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011): 207-08.

2011                       “Balkans, Jews of,” in Cambridge Dictionary of Judaism and Jewish Culture,

Judith R. Baskin, ed. (Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011): 51-52.

2005                       “Abdul-Hamid II,” in Encyclopedia of Europe 1789-1914 – Encyclopedia of the Age of

Industry and Empire, John Merriman and Jay Winter, eds. (New York:

Scribner’s Sons, 2005).

2005                       “Mediterranean Sea,” in Encyclopedia of Europe 1789-1914 – Encyclopedia of the Age

of Industry and Empire, John Merriman and Jay Winter, eds. (New York: Scribner’s Sons, 2005).

2004                       “Philhellenism,” in Encyclopedia of the Romantic Era (New York: Routledge, 2004):

872-73.

2003                       “Greece, Relations with,” in Dictionary of American History, Brooks D. Simpson, ed. 

(New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2003).

Also available at http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2 - 3401801790.html

2000                       “Hellenism and Neohellenism in the Greek Tradition,” in Graham Speake, ed.,

Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000): 726-728.

2000                       “Hellenism as Seen through the Eyes of Visiting Artists” in Graham Speake, ed.,

Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000): 723-726.

2000                       “Ottoman Period (Tourkokratia)” in Graham Speake, ed., Encyclopedia of Greece and

the Hellenic Tradition (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000): 1212-1215.

2000                       “Armatoloi” in Graham Speake, ed., Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition

(London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000): 169-170.

2000                       “Ali Pasha of Ioannina” in Graham Speake, ed., Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic

Tradition (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000): 57-58.

2000                       “Ioannina” in Graham Speake, ed., Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition

(London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000): 816-818.

2000                       “Janissaries” in Graham Speake, ed., Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition

(London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000): 835-836.

2000                       “Mar Saba Monastery” in Graham Speake, ed., Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic

Tradition (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000): 999.

2000                       “Jerusalem” in Graham Speake, ed., Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition

(London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000): 838-839.

2000                       “Antisemitism” in Graham Speake, ed., Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic

Tradition (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000): 98-99.

ASSOCIATE EDITIONS:

2010                       Associate Editor, Why Read Kazantzakis in the 21st Century? (Peter Bien, editor, with

Katherine Fleming.)  Special volume, Journal of Modern Greek Studies.  

Supplement to Vol. 28, No. 1 (May, 2010).  (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010.)

BOOK REVIEWS:

[2016]                    Sheila Lecoeur, Mussolini’s Greek Island: Fascism and the Italian Occupation of Syros                                                   in World War II (London, I.B. Tauris, [2009] 2015), in European History                                                              Quarterly. [forthcoming]

[2016]                    Theodore Zervas, The Making of a Modern Greek Identity: Education, Nationalism, and                                                                 the Teaching of a Greek National Past (New York, East European Monographs,                                                                2012), in European History Quarterly. [forthcoming]

2014                       Corry Guttstadt, Turkey, the Jews, and the Holocaust (New York: Cambridge University

Press, 2009), in American Historical Review, Vol. 119, No. 5 (December, 2014): 1823-1824.

2014                       Ayse Ozil, Orthodox Christians in the Late Ottoman Empire: A Study of Communal                                                           Relations in Anatolia (London: Routledge, 2013), in International Journal of                                                    Turkish Studies, Vol. 20, No. 1/2: 125-128.

2014                       Berna Pekesen, Nationalismus, Türkisierung und das Ende der jüdischen Gemeinden in

Thrakien 1918 - 1942.  Munich: R. Oldenbourg Verlag, 2012.  For Slavic Review, Vol. 73, No. 3 (Fall, 2014): 669-670.

2013                       Olga Borovaya, Modern Ladino Culture: Press, Belles Lettres, and Theater in the Late

Ottoman Empire (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2012), in Slavic Review, Vol. 72, No. 2 (Summer, 2013): 389-390.

2012                       Tijana Krstic, Contested Conversions to Islam.  Narratives of Religious Change in the

Early Modern Ottoman Empire (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2011), in

Slavic Review, Vol. 71, No. 3: 669.

2011                       Steven Bowman, The Agony of the Greek Jews, 1940 - 1945 (Stanford: Stanford

University Press, 2009), in Shofar, Vol. 29, No. 2 (Winter, 2011): 209-210.

2009                       Umut Özkirimli and Spyros A. Sofos, Tormented by History: Nationalism in Greece and

Turkey (New York: Columbia University Press, 2008), in Journal of Modern

History, Vol. 81, No. 4 (December, 2009): 101 -1013.

2008                       Mary Roberts, Intimate Outsiders: The Harem in Ottoman and Orientalist Art and Travel

Literature (Durham: Duke University Press, 2007), in Journal of Colonialism

and Colonial History, Vol. 9, No. 2 (Fall, 2008):  3 MS PP.

2007                       Fariba Zarinebaf, John Bennet, and Jack L. Davis, An Historical and Economic

Geography of Ottoman Greece: Southwest Morea in the Eighteenth Century

(Athens, Greece: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 2005), in

Middle East Studies Association Bulletin, Vol. XLI, No. 1 (June, 2007): 54-56.

2007                       Penelope Papailias, Genres of Recollection.  Archival Poetics and Modern Greece (New

York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2005), in American Historical Review, February, 2007: 160-161.

2006                       Violetta Hionidou, Famine and Death in Occupied Greece, 1941–1944 (Cambridge:

Cambridge University Press, 2006), in History: Reviews of New Books, 22 June, 2006: 127.

2005                       Jonathan Kirsch, God Against the Gods.  The History of the War between Monotheism

and Polytheism (New York: Penguin, 2005 [2004]), in History: Reviews of New Books, Vol. 33, No. 4 (Summer, 2005): 131.

2005                       Jon V. Kofas, Under the Eagle’s Claw: Exceptionalism in Postwar U.S.-Greek Relations

(Westport: Praeger, 2003), in Political Science Quarterly, Vol. 120, No. 1 (Spring, 2005): 169-170.

2004                       Richard Clogg, A Concise History of Greece (second edition).  (Cambridge: Cambridge

University Press, 2002), in Ancient History Bulletin, Vol. 18, Nos 3 & 4 (2004):

191-192.

2004                       Leon Sciaky, Farewell to Salonica: City at the Crossroads (Philadelphia: Paul Dry

Books, 2003), in Journal of the Hellenic Diaspora, Vol. 30.1 (2004): 143-145.

2004                       Maria Todorova, ed., Balkan Identities. Nation and Memory (London: Hurst and Co.,

2004), in Bulletin of the Royal Institute of Interfaith Studies, Vol. 5, No. 2

(Autumn/Winter, 2003/2004): 190-193.

2003                       Richard Clogg, ed. and trans., Greece 1940-1949: Occupation, Resistance, Civil War.  A

Documentary History.  (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002), in History:

Reviews of New Books, Vol. 31, No. 3 (Spring 2003): 115-116.

2003                       Dušan Bjelić and Obrad Savić, eds., Balkan as Metaphor: Between Globalization and

Fragmentation (Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2002), in Slavic Review, No. 3

(Fall, 2003): 597.

2003                       Thomas W. Gallant, Experiencing Dominion: Culture, Identity, and Power in the British

Mediterranean (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2002), in

History: Reviews of New Books, Vol. 31, No. 2 (Fall 2003): 73-74.

2003                       John Warwick Montgomery, The Repression of Evangelism in Greece: European

Litigation vis -à-vis a Closed Religious Establishment (Lanham, MD: University

Press of America, 2001), in Journal of Modern Greek Studies, Vol. 21, No. 2

(October 2003): 287-289.

2003                       Paulina Nasioutzik, Amerikanika oramata sti smyrni ton 19o aiona: H synantisi tis

anglosaxonikis skepsis me tin elliniki [19th-century American visions in Smyrna:

the encounter of Anglosaxon and Greek thought], in Journal of Modern Greek

Studies, Vol. 21, No. 2 (October 2003): 287-289.

2002                       Molly Greene, A Shared World: Muslims and Christians in the Early Modern

Mediterranean (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2000), in American

Historical Review, Vol. 107, No. 1 (February 2002): 161-162.

2002                       Leila Fawaz and C.A. Bayly, eds., Modernity and Culture: From the Mediterranean to

the Indian Ocean (New York: Columbia University Press, 2002), in

“Greekworks” (www.greekworks.com), 11/15/02.

2002                       Kemal Karpat, Reconstructing Identity, State, Faith, and Community in the Late Ottoman

Empire (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001), in History: Reviews of New

Books, Vol. 30, No. 3 (Spring 2002): 91-92 (Feature Review).

2001                       Nora Berend, At the Gate of Christendom: Jews, Muslims  and “Pagans” in Medieval

Hungary, c. 100 -c.1300  (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000), in

History: Reviews of New Books, Vol. 29, No. 5 (Fall 2001): 29.

2001                       Stratos E. Constantinides, ed., Greece in Modern Times: An Annotated Bibliography of

Works Published in English in Twenty -Two Academic Disciplines during the

Twentieth Century (Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, 2000), in Byzantine and

Modern Greek Studies, 25 (2001): 249-250.

2001                       Justin McCarthy, The Ottoman Peoples and the End of Empire (Oxford: Arnold/Oxford,

2001), in History: Reviews of New Books, Vol. 29, No. 5 (Fall 2001): 34.

2001                       Donald Quataert, The Ottoman Empire, 1700-1922 (Cambridge: Cambridge University

Press, 2000), in History: Reviews of New Books, Vol. 29, No. 3 (Spring 2001): 129.

2001                       Peter Van der Veer and Hartmut Lehmann, eds., Nation and Religion: Perspectives on

Europe and Asia (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1999), in American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, Vol. 18:4 (Fall, 2001): 163-167.

2001                       Paul White, Primitive Rebels or Revolutionary Modernizers? The Kurdish National

Movement in Turkey (London: Zed Books, 2000), in History: Reviews of New Books, Vol. 29, No. 4 (Summer 2001): 176-177.

2000                       Meropi Anastassiadou, Salonique, 1830-1912: Une ville Ottomane à l’âge des Réformes

(Leiden: Brill, 1998), in Bulletin of the Royal Institute of Interfaith Studies, Vol.

2, No. 2 (Autumn 2000): 173-176. 

2000                       John Koliopoulos, Plundered Loyalties: Axis occupation and civil strife in Greek West

Macedonia, 1941-1949  (New York: NYU Press, 1999), in Times Literary Supplement, February 11, 2000, No. 5054.

1999                       Iain Macleod Higgins, Writing East: The “Travels” of Sir John Mandeville (Philadelphia:

University of Pennsylvania Press, 1997), in Journal of Early Modern History,

3,4 (1999): 397-399.

1997                       Michael H. Jameson, Curtis N. Runnels, and Tjeed H. van Andel, eds., A Greek

Countryside: The Southern Argolid from Prehistory to the Present Day (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1995), In Ancient History Bulletin, Vol. 11, No. 4 (1997): 140-141.

1997                       Curtis N. Runnels, Daniel J. Pullen, and Susan Langdon, eds., Artifact and Assemblage:

The Finds From A Regional Survey of the Southern Argolid, Greece, (Stanford:

Stanford University  Press, 1995), In Ancient History Bulletin, Vol. 11, No. 4 (1997): 140-141.

1996 - 1997          Joseph Matthews, Shades of Resistance (Berkeley: Headlands Press, 1996), in Modern     Greek Studies Yearbook, Vol. 12/13 (1996/1997): 647-648.

1996 - 1997          Mark Mazower, Inside Hitler’s Greece: The Experience of Occupation, 1941-44 (New

Haven: Yale University Press, 1993), in Modern Greek Studies Yearbook, Vol. 12/13 (1996/1997): 641-642.

1996                       Michael Angold, Church and Society in Byzantium under the Comneni 1081 - 1261

(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995), in Religion, Vol. 26, No. 4

(1996): 398-399.

1996                       Stefano Bianchini, Sarajevo le radici dell’odio: Identità e destino dei popoli balcanici

(Rome: Editrice Internazionale, 1993), in South East European Monitor, Vol. III, No. 1 (1996): 83-84.        

1996                       Tone Bringa, Being Muslim the Bosnian Way: Identity and Community in a Central

Bosnian Village (Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 1995), in South East European Monitor, Vol. III, No. 3 (1996): 66-67.

1996                       Piero Camporesi, Juice of Life: The Symbolic and Magic Significance of Blood.  Robert

Barr, trans. (New York: Continuum, 1995), in In These Times, May 27, 1996: 34-35.

1996                       Loring Danforth, The Macedonian Conflict: Ethnic Nationalism in a Transnational

World (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1995), in South East European

Monitor, Vol. III, No. 2 (1996): 73-74.

1996                       Laurie Kain Hart, Time, Religion, and Social Experience in Rural Greece (Lanham, MD:

Rowman and Littlefield, 1992), in The Journal of Religion, Vol. 76, No. 1, (January 1996): 162-163.

1996                       Valerie J. Hoffman, Sufism, Mystics, and Saints in Modern Egypt (Columbia, SC:

University of South Carolina Press), in Religion, Vol. 26, No. 4 (1996): 386-387.

1996                       Ephrem Lash, ed. And trans., On the Life of Christ: Kontakia (San Francisco: Harper

Collins, 1995), in South East European Monitor.

1995                       Ronald G. Roberson, The Eastern Christian Churches: A Brief Survey (Rome: Edizioni

“Orientalia Christiana”/Pontifical Institute for Oriental Studies, 1990), in

Macedonian Studies.

1995                       Jill Dubisch, In a Different Place: Pilgrimage, Gender, and Politics at a Greek Island

Shrine (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1995), in South East European

Monitor.

1995                       Allucquere Rosanne Stone, The War of Desire and Technology at the Close of the

Mechanical Age (Cambridge:  MIT Press, 1995), in In These Times, September 18, 1995: 38-39.

1995                       Janet Wolff, Resident Alien: Feminist Cultural Criticism (New Haven: Yale University

Press, 1995), in In These Times, September 18, 1995: 38-39.

1994                       Mircea Eliade, Bengal Nights and Maitreyi Devi, It Does Not Die (both Chicago:

University of Chicago Press, 1994), in The Nation, Oct. 10, 1994: 390-393.

1993                       Charles Stewart, Demons and the Devil: Moral Imagination in Modern Greek Culture

(Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1991), in The Journal of Religion, Vol.

73, No. 1 (1993): 142-143.

INTERVIEWS:

2016                       CONSULTANT/INTERVIEWEE Athens Rising: a 5-part documentary series on the                                                         history of Athens. Arte Television, Europe. 2/24/2016

2015                       INTERVIEW 360 Moires [360 degrees], “Ο Ελληνισμός της Αμερικής” [Hellenism in                                                        America] Alpha Television, Greece. 6/2015

2014                       PROFILE 360 Moires [360 degrees], “Κάθριν Φλέμινγκ” [Katherine Fleming]

                                                Alpha Television, Greece. 6/2014

2011                       INTERVIEW for Bystanders & Standing By: Εκτός Ιστορίας [Ouside of History],

documentary by Periklis Kortsaris and Fofo Terzidou, 11/20/2010

2010                       INTERVIEW for Les Juifs de Salonique et de la Grèce, documentary by Ioannis

Koutizis, 11/06/2010 

2009                       INTERVIEW on Greece, a Jewish History, podcast for “Books and Authors in a Pod”

at Podularity.com, uploaded 5/22/2009

2008                       INTERVIEW [“They called Salonika the Jerusalem of the Balkans”], in Athens

newspaper Kathimerini, 3/30/2008: front page, Arts & Culture

MISCELLANY:    

Board of Advisors, The Education of Historians in the Twenty - First Century, Thomas

Bender, Philip M. Katz, and Colin Palmer, eds. (Illinois: 2004)

                        Contributor, greekworks.com, 2003 - 2006

                        Contributor, Los Angeles Reader, 1995 - 1998

                                Columnist, Indian Review of Books (Delhi, India), 1995 - 1996

                                Book Reviewer, Riverside Press Enterprise, 1990 - 1992

WORK IN PROGRESS:

Greece’s German Queen (book)

Herzl at the Acropolis. Greece, Israel, and the Limits of the Nation (article)

HONORS & AWARDS:

2010                       Prix Alberto Benveniste (for Greece – A Jewish History)

2009                       National Jewish Book Award (for Greece – A Jewish History)

2009                       The Runciman Award (for Greece – A Jewish History)

2009                       Honorable Mention, Edmund Keeley Book Prize (for Greece – A Jewish History)

2008 - 2009          Appointee, UK/US Study Group on Higher Education in a Global Environment                  

2006 - 2007          Gerda Henkel Stiftung (Düsseldorf) Research Scholarship

2005 - 2006          New York University Research Challenge Fund Grant

2003 - 2005          Humanities Council Workshop Grant (co - recipient)

2002 - 2003          Stephen Charney Vladeck Fellow, Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service

2001                       Goddard Fellowship (fall 2001)

2000 - 2014          NYU Society of Fellows

2000 - 2001          Remarque Institute Faculty Fellowship

1999 - 2000          Golden Dozen Teaching Award, NYU

1999 - 2000          International Center for Advanced Studies Faculty Fellowship (Project on Cities and Urban Knowledge)

1993 - 1995          Mellon Research Fellowship

1991 - 1993          University of California Regents Fellowship

1991 - 1993          F.L.A.S./Title VI Award, Turkish Language

1988 - 1990          Fellowship, University of Chicago Divinity School

1987                       Caroline Gallup Reed Prize in Religion, Barnard College, Columbia University

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY (selected):

2015                       PANEL MODERATOR, “Leaders and Legends: Biography and Hagiography in Israel      Studies,” at Israel Institute Annual Conference, The Harmonie Club, New York, NY, 10/26/15

2015                       TALK, “The Greece-Europe Crisis: End of the Road or a Turning Point?” Roundtable at

The Association for the Study of Nationalities, 2015 World Convention, Columbia University, New York, NY, 4/23/15

2015                       CHAIR, “Economics after the Crash: A Discipline in Need of Renewal?” at the

Scandinavia House, New York City, NY, 3/15/15

2015                       TALK, “Glykia mou Saloniki: Memories of Greece,” at Greek Trade Office, Consulate

General of Greece, Holocaust Remembrance Day of the Greek Jewry (Series), New York City, NY, 2/3/15

2015                       PANEL CHAIR, “Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Rural Greece,” at

American Historical Association, New York City, NY, 1/4/15

2014                       TALK, “«'Οχι»: Le non grec à l’austérité,” at Conference, “Non!” Centre de civilization

française NYU Paris, Paris, France, 11/14/2014

2014                       TALK, “The Role of Research in Higher Education,” Invited Lecture, NYU London,

London, UK, 12/4/2014

2014                       LECTURE, “The Role of Education in Reforming a Society,” at Conference, “Education

Innovation and Entrepreneurship,” American School of Classical Studies, Athens, Greece, 5/14/2014

2014                       KEYNOTE, at Conference, “Women on Leadership: 24/7,” Sector of Women Managers

and Entrepreneurs and the Hellenic Management Association, Acropolis

Museum, Athens, Greece, 5/13/2014

2013                       LECTURE, “Small States, Big Dreams.  Herzl at the Acropolis,” at Brown University,

12/4/2013            

2013                       LECTURE, “Ali Pascha and His Influence on the Greek War of Independence,” at Holy

Trinity Cathedral Center, Greek Independence Day Series, 3/25/2014

2013                       LECTURE, “Herzl at the Acropolis,” at Vanderbilt University Jewish Studies,

10/24/2013

2013                       LECTURE, “Small States, Big Dreams: Herzl at the Acropolis,” at Johns Hopkins

University, 10/4/13

2013                       KEYNOTE, “How an Economic Perspective Changes Historical Interpretation: The Don

Pacifico Affair, 1850,” at ICABE (International Conference on Applied

Business & Economics), CUNY/John Jay College of Criminal Justice, NYC,

10/2/2013

2013                       TALK, “Whose Subject?  The Don Pacifico Affair, 1850,” at Workshop, “Reimagining

Democracy in the Mediterranean, 1750-1860,” at Columbia University, 9/13/2013

2013                       DISCUSSANT, “Scholars Weighing in as Public Intellectuals Weighing in on History

and Politics in East Central Europe,” at Association for the Study of Nationalities, Columbia University, 4/19/2013

2013                       LECTURE, “Neither Jew Nor Greek: Greek Jews after the war,” the 2013 Catharine

Pelican Memorial Lecture at the University of Missouri St. Louis, 3/13/2013

2012                       LECTURE, “Herzl at the Acropolis-Small States and the Limits of National Longing,”

Invited Lecture at Cornell University’s Mario Einaudi Center for International

Studies, 4/30/2012

2011                       TALK, “Herzl at the Acropolis – or – Big Histories, Small States,” Invited Lecture at

Princeton University’s Department of Near Eastern Studies, 10/10/2011

2011                       PAPER, “Mediterranean: the Limits of Mediterraneanism and Comparativism,” at the

Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), 2012, New York, 2/27/2012

2011                       DISCUSSANT, “Memory Rituals,” at Performing Memory in the Ancient World – A

Dialogue Between Past and Present, New York, 12/1/2011

2011                       PAPER, “Nationalism and the Politics of Memory in Greece,” at CNRS/NYU “UMI”

Conference, In The Tracks of Memory, New York, 11/18/2011

2011                       PAPER, “Greek Jews before and after World War II,” at the University of

Munich, 6/16/2011

2011                       TALK,  “Juifs de Grece,” at the Société des études juives, Ecole des Chartes, Paris,

5/23/2011

2011                       PAPER, “Burning Judas: Transnationalism and anti-Semitism in 19th-century Greece,” at

the University of Volos, 2/16/2011

2010                       TALK,  “Rôle privilégié de l’éducation,” at Colloquium, Albert Gallatin (1761-

1849), un Genevois au service des Etats-Unis d’Amérique, Paris, 9/30/2010

2010                       TALK, “Changing Identities in Post-Ottoman Salonika,” at the Zentrum Moderner

Orient Ottoman Urban Studies Seminar, Berlin, 6/14/2010

2010                       LECTURE, “Neither Jew nor Greek?  Greek Jews after the War,” at King’s College,

London, 5/13/2010

 2009                        LECTURE, “Herzl at the Acropolis – or – Big Histories, Small States: Greece,Israel, and

the Limits of the Nation,” Invited Lecture at the Institute for Historical Research (IHR), London, 11/11/2009

2009                       TALK, “Leaving Greece and Becoming Greek: Greek Jewish Identity in Auschwitz and

Israel,” at Centre for the Study of the Balkans, Goldsmiths College, London, 11/11/2009

2009                       TALK, “Leaving Greece and Becoming Greek: Greek Jewish Identity in Auschwitz and

Israel,” at Group for the Study of the History of the Jews of Greece, University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece, 11/6/2009

2009                   TALK, “les migrations judéo-espagnoles aux Etats-Unis (XIXe-XXe siècles)” at the

Cinquième Festivale des Cultures Juives, “l'Amérique au coeur de Paris,” Paris, 6/17/2009

2009                       TALK, “Trying to Find Home After the War: Greek Jews, 1944-1955,” Remarque

Institute La Pietra Seminar Series, Florence, Italy, 4/22/2009

2009                       PANELIST, Presentation du livre “Il Mare,” di Paolo Frascani, the Sorbonne, Paris,

3/1/3/2009

2009                       PANELIST, “Etats-Unis 2009-2013: une nouvelle destinée ?,” Ecole Normale

Supérieure, Paris, 1/7/2009

2008                       INVITED PARTICIPANT, American Council on Education (ACE), US/UK leadership

program, Washington, D.C., 7/7 - 7/9/2008

2008                       PANELIST, Round Table, “Les initiatives developpées dans le secteur public,” at

Congrès National BPW de France, (“L’Economie, facteur d’intégration des femmes?”), Levallois-Perret, France, 6/7/2008

2008                       DISCUSSANT, Seminar, “Histoires multiples d’une conversion collective au

judaisme dans l’Italie
meridionale du XXe siècle:
le cas du village de San

Nicandro.,” avec John Davis et Gilles Pecout, la Sorbonne, Paris, 5/30/2008

2008                       PANEL MODERATOR, “Les Francais et Garibaldi: en dire du bien et du mal,” at

colloque, “Garibaldi et les Garibaldiens en France: Images, Héritages et Reseaux

du XIXe au XXIe siècle,” Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, 2/15/2008

2008                       TALK, ““From Greece to Palestine and Back Again: Greek Jews after World War II,” at

the Center for European and Mediterranean Studies, New York University,

1/25/08

2007                       DISCUSSANT, “Center? Periphery?: Examples from Eastern Europe and the Caucasus,”

at conference, “Historical Continuities, Political Responsibilities: Unsettling Conceptual Blind-Spots in Ottoman and Turkish Studies,” at New York University and The Graduate Center, CUNY, 5/4/07

2007                       PANEL MODERATOR, “Letters and the Law,” at Symposium, “A Mediterranean

Mirror: Catalan Law in an International Context,” at New York University, 4/27/07

2007                       PARTICIPANT, Convention, “Professori Italiani d’America (USA e Canada) – Le

Scienze Umane e Sociali,” Washington DC, 4/13-4/14/07

2007                       TALK, “L'historiographie nord americaine de la Mediterranée,” at Ecole

Normale Supérieure, Paris, 4/5/07

2007                       TALK, “Les sources juives comme sources Ottomanes: deux examples (Crète 16ème

siècle, Serbie 19ème siècle), at L’Institut d’histoire moderne et contemporaine, Paris, 4/2/07

2007                       TALK, “Methode et categorie: qu’est-ce que c’est qu’un ‘Grec Juif’?” at

Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, 3/24/07

2007                       TALK, “Ali Pasha et la probleme historiographique des provinces Ottomanes,” at

“Journee des Etudes Turques, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, 3/23/07

2007                       DISCUSSANT, “Reform to the Letter?  Provincializing the Ottoman Tanzimat in 19th-

Century Cyprus,” paper given by Marc Aymes (EHESS, Paris), at the NYU Kevorkian Center, 3/05/07        

2007                       HOST, Conference, “A Kazantzakis Celebration,” sponsored by the Hellenic Foundation

for Culture, Athens, at New York University, 3/3/06

2007                       ORGANIZER, Symposium/Workshop, “War, Atrocity, Terror: Europe Since 1900,” co -

sponsored by the Center for European & Mediterranean Studies, NYU and the Yale University European Studies Council, 2/22 - 2/23/07

2006                       TALK, “The Messianic Sultan:  Mediterranean Rabbis Interpret Ottoman History,” at

New York University Ottoman history series, 12/14/06

2006                       TALK, “The Messianic Sultan:  Mediterranean Rabbis Interpret Ottoman History,” at

Columbia University Society of Fellows, 10/26/06

2006                       KEYNOTE SPEAKER, NYU Graduate School of Arts and Science Orientation.   “On

Being a Scholar: The Graduate School Experience,” 9/8/06

2006                       DISCUSSANT, The Recent Work of Speros Vryonis Jr.  The 1955 Pogrom in Istanbul,

at Workshop for Armenian/Turkish Studies annual meeting, New York, 5/16/06

2006                       PAPER, “Greek Jews after Greece: The Post-War Greek-Jewish Diaspora,” at

conference, Conflicting Memories and European Integration, NYU, 4/20-4/21/06

2006                       TALK, “From Greece to Palestine and Back Again: Greek Jews after World War II,” at

Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies, NYU, 2/8/06

2006                       ORGANIZER, Symposium/Workshop, “Catalonia and Beyond: National and Regional

Identities and the New Europe,” co-sponsored by the Institut Ramon Llull and

the Remarque Institute, NYU, 2/3/06

2005                       PANEL CHAIR, “Building on the Past: the European Doctorate in the Social History of

Europe and the Mediterranean, Marie Curie Fellows Seminar,” at the Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, 12/15-12/17/02

2005                       TALK, “The Barcelona Process in Historical Perspective,” at the Weissman Center for
              International Business, sponsored by the Delegation of the European
              Commission to the United Nations, New York, 12/5/05

2005                       TALK, “The Nationalized ‘Greek Jew’: From Auschwitz-Birkenau to Israel/Palestine,”

at Department of History, Indiana University, 12/2/05

2005                       PANELIST, “How to Get Tenure at NYU,” event organized by NYU Women’s Faculty

Caucus, 11/18/05

2005                       TALK, “How Far East does Europe Go?:  Greece, Turkey, and the EU” at conference,

“Europe and its Others in the Mirror of Transatlantic Relations,” Institute for the

Study of Europe, Columbia University, 11/11/05

2005                       LECTURE, “From Greece to Palestine and back Again: Greek Jews Post-War,” invited

lecture at Brown University, 11/02/05

2005                       TALK, “Modern Greece: An Overview,” at Fulbright-Hays (Greece/Cyprus) Pre-

Departure Orientation, New York University, 5/27/05

2005                       PAPER, “The Jews of Salonica,” at International Conference on Religion, Identity, and

Empire, European Studies Council/Yale Center for International and Area Studies, 4/17/05

2005                       PAPER, “The Nationalized ‘Greek Jew,’” European Studies Workshop, NYU, 3/29/05

2005                       TALK, “The Gospel Riots, 1901,” CAS Scholars’ Lecture Series, NYU, 3/28/05

2004                       PANEL CHAIR, “After Enlightenment,” A Symposium in Honor of Jerrold Seigel,

Nice, France, 4/22/04

2004                       TALK, “The Center of Europe?  Greece, the Balkans, and European History,” University

of Michigan Center for Russian and European Studies Southeast Europe group,

2/4/04

2003                       TALK, “Greek Spirits in Greek Bodies: Metaxas and the Jews,” at the Remarque

Institute, NYU, 11/14/03                  

2003                       INTRODUCTORY REMARKS & PANEL CHAIR, Partisan Histories: The

Use and Misuse of the Past in Modern Politics, Remarque Institute, NYU, 10/24 - 25/03

2003                       INTERVIEW, “Will and Freedom in Western History,” WNYU 89.1, 10/30/03

2003                       DISCUSSANT, “Nationalism and Memory in Turkish History: the Armenian Massacres

of 1915,” paper presented by Fatma Müge Göçek (University of Michigan), at

the NYU Kevorkian Center, 10/27/03            

2003                       PANEL CHAIR, “Reading the Past: New Views, Topics, and Perspectives,” at the

Modern Greek Studies Association biannual symposium, Toronto, 10/18/03       

2003                       TALK, “Greece’s Romaniote Communities, 1880-1930,” at the Center for Jewish

History/American Sephardi Federation, New York, 10/16/03

2003                       PANEL MODERATOR, “The United States and the Middle East,” at NYU Graduate

School of Arts and Science Dean’s Day, 4/5/03

2003                       TALK, “Escaping Plato’s Cave: Education and Why You Need It,” at NYU College of

Arts and Science Accepted Students’ Day, 3/28/03

2003                       KEYNOTE SPEAKER, Modern Europeanists’ Luncheon, at the annual meeting of the

American Historical Association, 1/4/03

2002                       PANELIST, “Understanding Religious Violence,” at New York University’s Installation

of the 15th President, 9/26/02

2002                       TALK, “Of Bakeries and Synagogues: Jewish Sacred Spaces in Early Modern Crete,” at

Symposium, “A Saint Belongs to the Whole World”: Social and Cultural Uses of Sacred Space in the Orthodox and Ottoman Worlds, Birkbeck College, University of London, 5/8/02

2002                       TALK, “Constantinople: Christendom to Islam,” at “Saving the City”: War, Disaster,

and Recovery in the Ancient World, The 2002 Rose-Marie Lewent Conference

on Ancient Studies, NYU, 4/12/02

2002                       PAPER, “The Language of Orthodoxy: Hellenism and the Gospel Riots of 1901,” at

Modern Greece in International Context, a Symposium,” Department of History,

York University, Toronto, 3/22/02

2001                       TALK, “History and Social Construction,” a response to Paul Boghossian, “What is

Social Construction?” at the NYU Society of Fellows, 12/5/01

2001                       PANEL CHAIR, “Greek Nationalism, Ethnicity, and Memory,” at the Modern Greek

Studies Association biannual symposium, Washington, D.C., 10/27/01

2001                       PAPER, “Jewish Intellectual Trends in the Early Modern Balkans,” at the University of

Birmingham Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman, and Modern Greek Studies

conference, Greece and the Balkans: Cultural Encounters since the

Enlightenment, 6/30/2001

2001                       PAPER, “Community and Identity in the Ottoman Jewish Imagination, 16th-19th

Centuries” at Princeton Hellenic Studies Workshop, Before Nationalism: Religion and Identity in the Orthodox and Ottoman Worlds, 5/11/2001

2001                       PAPER, “Becoming European: Athens, Constantinople, and the Gospel Riots of 1901,”

at the Fordham University European Studies Colloquium, 4/5/2001

2001                       TALK, “The Ottoman Empire: An Overview,” at Joint HHA/Turkish Society, NYU,

lecture series, Demystifying Cultural Boundaries: Dismantling the Greek-Turkish Conflict in the post-Byzantine Era, 3/26/2001

2001                       TALK, “What Makes Jewish History Jewish?  Two Early Modern Accounts of the Rise

of the Ottomans,” at The Remarque Institute, NYU, 2/23/2001

2000                       RESPONDENT, “Contraband, Cooperation, and Competition in the Straits of Melaka

during the Late Nineteenth Century,” paper presented by Professor Eric

Tagliacozzo (Cornell) at the NYU Kevorkian Center Research Workshop, 

Creolization in the Indian Ocean, 12/5/2000

2000                       RESPONDENT, “Defining the ‘National Historic Mission’ of Izmir, 19th Century-

1919,” paper presented by Professor Athanasia Anagnostopoulou (University of

Cyprus), visiting scholar sponsored through NYU’s International Visitors

Program, Kevorkian Center, NYU, 11/27/2000

2000                       INVITED PARTICIPANT, National Council on Education in the Disciplines/American

Historical Association Joint Workshop, History in the Liberal Arts Education,

Washington, D.C., 11/18-11/19/2000

2000                       LECTURE, “The Language of Orthodoxy: Hellenism in the Modern Period,” Loyola

Marymount University (Los Angeles), invited lecture in lecture series, Hellenism, 11/15/2000

2000                       TALK, “How to be an Obscurantist,” at the History of Women and Gender Breakfast

Series, NYU, 5/3/2000

2000                       LECTURE, “Greek Orthodoxy and the Language of Hellenism,” at the Sunday Evening

Seminar, Wilmington, Delaware, 5/7/2000

1999                   LECTURE, “The Balkan Backdrop to David Edgar’s Pentecost,” at the Drama

Department, NYU, 12/11/99

1999                       PAPER, “Athens as Ottoman Domain,” at the annual conference of the Middle Eastern

Studies Association, Washington, DC, 11/99

1999                       PAPER, “Metaphoric Turks: the Communists and the Greek Civil War,” at the annual

conference of The Modern Greek Studies Association, Princeton, New Jersey,

11/99

1999                       PAPER, “Athens, Constantinople, and the Gospel Riots of 1901: Urban Paradigms and

Modern Greek National Identity,” at the International Center for Advanced Studies (ICAS), NYU, 10/22/99

1999                       PAPER, “Martyrdom and Greek Liberation: The Strange Case of Kyra Phrosine (1801),”

at Princeton University, Program in Hellenic Studies, Modern Greek Seminar

Series, 4/28/99

1999                       PANEL PARTICIPANT, Center for European Studies, New York University,

discussion of Costa-Gavras’ “Z,” Cantor Film Center, 2/4/99

1998                       PAPER, “Memory, Metaphor, and Greek National Identity,” at CUNY Graduate

Center’s Seminar on the Modern Greek State, NY, NY, 11/11/98

1998                       PANELIST, Round Table Discussion at the Annual Meeting of the Center for Exilic

Studies, Los Angeles, CA, 10/6/98

1996                       PAPER, “The Aegean World of Ali Pasha,” at Aegean Crossroads, a conference

organized by the Basil P. Caloyeras Center for Hellenic Studies at Loyola

Marymount University, LA, CA, 11/96

1996                       PAPER, “Sultan Fatih Mehmet:  A Contemporary Muslim Portrayal of the Fall of

Constantinople, 1453,” at the annual conference of the Middle East Studies

Association, Providence, RI, 11/96                           

1996                       PAPER, “Greek Orientalisms in the 19th Century,” at Deep Springs College, 10/96

1993                       PAPER, “Gender and Turkish Reform Movements,” at Nationalism, a conference

organized by the Department of History, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA,

1/93

1992                       PAPER, “Ziya Gokalp’s Reformed Woman,” at the annual conference of the Middle East

Studies Association, Portland, OR, 10/92

SERVICE & ADMINISTRATION:

NYU DEPARTMENTAL:

2011 - 2012          Chair, tenure review committee, Kostis Smyrlis (History/Hellenic Studies)

2009 - present      Hellenic Studies Advisory Board, FAS

2009 - 2010          Chair, clinical appointment review committee, Liana Theodoratou (Hellenic Studies)

2008 - 2009          Chair, third-year review committee, Kostis Smyrlis (History/Hellenic Studies)

2007 - 2008          Tenure review committee, John Shovlin (History)

2007 - 2011          MA Advisor, NYU in France

2006 - 2007          Chair, third-year review committee, Karl Appuhn (History)

2006 - 2008          German Department Associate Professor Search Committee (German)

2005 - 2009          Director, A.S. Onassis Program in Hellenic Studies

2005 - 2006          Chair, Byzantine History Search Committee (History/Hellenic Studies)

2005 - 2006          Honors Program Advisor (History)

2005 - 2006          Armenian Studies ad-hoc committee (History)

2005 - 2006          Third-year review Committee, Chris Otter (History)

2003 - 2005          Planning and Advisory Committee (History)

2004 - 2005          Ottoman History Search Committee (Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies/History)

2000 - 2005          Director of Graduate Study (Hellenic Studies)

2000 - 2005          Bobst Library Departmental Liaison (History)

2004 - 2005          Modern East European History Search Committee (History)

2003 - 2004          Graduate Admissions & Fellowships Committee (History)

2003 - 2004          Eighteenth Century European History Search Committee (History)

2002 - 2003          Modern European History Search Committee (History)

2001 - 2002          Chair, Graduate Admissions & Fellowships Committee (History)

2000 - 2002          Departmental Steering Committee (History)

2000 - 2001          Departmental Finance Committee (History)

1999 - 2000          Modern European History Search Committee (History)

1999 - 2001          Director of Undergraduate Study (Hellenic Studies)

1998 - 1999          African History Search Committee (History)

1998 - 1999          Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (History)

1998 - 1999          Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (Hellenic Studies)

NYU UNIVERSITY & COLLEGE:

2011 - 2012          Global Site Staffing and Support Taskforce

2010 - present      President’s Senior Team

2010 - 2012          Global Framework Team Taskforce

2010 - 2013          Global Sites Core / Foley committee

2010 - present      Director, Remarque Institute

2007 - 2010          Global Team

2007 - 2010          Director, Remarque Institute in Europe

2005 - present      Provost’s Advisory Group

2005 - present      University Leadership Team

2005 - 2009          Director, A.S. Onassis Program in Hellenic Studies

2004 - 2010          Associate Director, Remarque Institute

2004 - 2010          Advisory Board, Remarque Institute

2006 - 2007          GSAS Honors and Awards Committee

2005 - 2007          FAS Committee on Graduate Curriculum (elected)

2005 - 2007          Provost Fellow; Faculty Director, NYU-AUP partnership

2005 - 2007          Faculty Advisory Committee on Academic Priorities

2005 - 2007          Co-Director, Mediterranean Studies Group, New York University

2005 - 2007          DURF Selection Committee

2005 - 2006          GSAS/Steinhardt Collaboration on Teaching Foreign Languages Committee

2005 - 2006          Acton Fellowship selection committee

2005 - 2006          Editorial Board, NYU Audible Journal

2004 - 2005          NYU - in - Athens Planning Committee

2004 - 2005          Villa La Pietra Faculty Affinity Group

2004 - 2005          International Visitors Program Selection Committee

2003 - 2014          Bobst Library Faculty Collections Advisory Committee

2003 - 2014          Steering Committee, NYU Society of Fellows

2003 - 2005          Co - Director, Mediterranean Studies Humanities Council Workshop     

2003 - 2005          F.A.S. European/Mediterranean Studies MA Advisory Committee

2003 - 2004          F.A.S Distinguished Teacher Award Selection Committee

2002 - 2007          Adviser, Gallatin School for Individualized Study

2002 - 2006          C.A.S. Faculty Phonathon

2002 - 2005          Steering Committee, Mediterranean Studies working group

2002 - 2003          C.A.S. Faculty Mentor Program for Freshman Advising

2002 - 2003          C.A.S. Dean’s Undergraduate Research Grant Selection Committee

2001 - present      NYU Society of Fellows

2000 - 2002          F.A.S. Committee on Graduate Financial Aid (F.A.C.)

2000 - 2002          Bobst Library University Liaison Committee

2000 - 2002          C.A.S. Freshman Dialogue Planning Committee

2000 - 2001          G.S.A.S. Opportunity Fellowship Nominations Committee

NATIONAL:       

2010 - 2011          Local Arrangements Committee, Modern Greek Studies Association

2009                       Member, Modern Greek Studies Association Graduate Student Essay Prize Committee

2005                       Chair, Modern Greek Studies Association Dissertation Prize Committee

2004 - 2005          Modern Greek Studies Association Graduate Studies Committee

2001 - 2003          Member, Advisory Committee to the American Historical Association’s Committee on

Graduate Education

2000 - 2003          Executive Board Member, Modern Greek Studies Association (elected)

2000 - 2002          Professional Associations Liaison of the Modern Greek Studies Association to the

Middle East Studies Association and American Academy of Religion

2001                       Member, National Council on Education in the Disciplines/American Historical

Association Workshop, History in the Liberal Arts Education

2000 - 2001          Chair, Modern Greek Studies Association Administrative Oversight Committee

2000 - 2001          Modern Greek Studies Association Publicity and Membership Committee

INTERNATIONAL:

2012 - 2015          Scientific Committee, Centre for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes, University of Siena

2011 - present      Evaluator, National Hellenic Research Foundation

2010 - 2011          Advisor, Conseil Représentatif des Institutions juives de France (CRIF)

2009 - present      External Advisory Board, Centre for the Study of the Balkans, Goldsmiths/University of

                                London

2008 - 2009          External Doctoral Examiner, Birkbeck College, University of London                                   

2008 - 2009          UK/US Study Group on Higher Education in a Global Environment (deputy)

2007 - 2010          Scientific Advisory Committee, International Center for Hellenic Research (ICHR), Nice,

                                              France

2005 - 2008          External Member, European Doctorate in the Social History of Europe and the Mediterranean Consortium

2005 - 2007          Advisory Board, SEEU (South East European University), Tetovo, Macedonia and SEE

                                              University Foundation, Zurich, Switzerland

1999- present       Delegate to Greek Cultural Ministry for the Modern Greek Studies Association

1996 - 1999          Book Review Editor, South East European Monitor (Vienna)

                               

BOARD SERVICE:

2016 - present      Board of Advisors, Greek Diaspora Fellowship Program, Stavros Niarchos Foundation                                                      and Institute of International Education (New York and Greece)

2013 - present      President, Board of Trustees, University of Piraeus (Greece)

2008 - present      Board of Advisors, Etz Hayyim Synagogue, Hania (Crete, Greece)        

2003 - 2005          Board of Trustees, SEE University, Tetovo, Macedonia and SEE University Foundation

                                                (Zurich, Switzerland)

OTHER PROFESSIONAL & SERVICE:

EXTERNAL DOCTORAL JURIST, University of Crete, Rethymnon                   

EXTERNAL DOCTORAL JURIST, EPHE – Sorbonne, Paris

EDITORIAL BOARD, American Historical Review

EDITORIAL PANEL, European History Quarterly

EDITORIAL BOARD, Journal of Modern Greek Studies

                                EDITORIAL BOARD, International Journal of Politics, Culture, & Society

EXTERNAL REVIEWER/Consultant, Nationalities Papers, American Journal of

Islamic Social Sciences, Slavic Review, European History Quarterly, Agricultural History, Esquire Magazine, Journal of Modern History, The Historian, Women’s World Magazine, Cambridge University Press, New York University Press, Oxford University Press, Princeton University Press, Stanford University Press

                                PARTICIPANT, Study of New Scholars, Harvard Graduate School of Education/Ford

Foundation (2000)

                                KEYNOTE SPEAKER, GSAS Convocation, 9/8/2006

SPEAKER, GSAS Advisory Board Meeting, 10/13/2004

                                SPEAKER, CAS Recruitment/Admissions, Fall, 2003, 2004

                                PARTICIPANT, CAS Annual Faculty Phonathon (undergraduate recruitment), 2000—

                                MOCK INTERVIEWER, CAS, Rhodes, and Marshall Fellowships, 2000, 2001, 2003

HOODER, GSAS Graduation, 2001

SPONSOR, NYU International Visitors Program visitor (Dr. Athanasia

Anagnostopoulou, University of Cyprus), 2000 - 2001

DIRECTOR of GRADUATE STUDY, Hellenic Studies, 2000 - 2005

DIRECTOR of UNDERGRADUATE STUDY, Hellenic Studies, 1999

                                LECTURER, CAS Accepted Students Day, 2003, 2004

                                LECTURER, CAS Parents Day, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003

                                CONTRIBUTOR, Humanities Insights, Office of the Dean for Humanities, NYU

                                CONSULTANT, Dictionary of the History of Ideas

                                MEMBER, Women’s Faculty Caucus

                                PARTICIPANT, CAS Scholars Lecture Series, 2004 - 05

COURSES TAUGHT/TEACHING RELATED:

1999 - 2000 recipient, NYU GOLDEN DOZEN TEACHING AWARD

The Mediterranean and South- - East European Region (graduate) (NYU) – fall, 2011

Atelier d’histoire contemporaine: Du Danube a l’Adriatique -- Historiographie comparée

de l’Europe centrale et méridionale  (ENS 2010, 2011)                                                             Atelier Méditerranée NYU - ENS : Les Américains, les Européens et la Méditerranée du

XVIIIe au XXe siècle (graduate) (ENS 2008 - 09; 2009 - 10)

Lire les mondes contemporains – atelier de la lecture de l’historiographie française et

                étrangère sur le monde de la fin du XVIIIe s. au XXIe siècle (ENS 2007)

The Mediterranean in Historical Perspective (graduate) (NYU) – fall, 2006                          

Conversations of the West: Middle Ages (NYU) – spring, 2006

Approaches to Historical Research and Writing (graduate) (NYU) – fall, 2005

MA Pro-Seminar (graduate) (NYU) – fall, 2004

                                Literature of the Field: Europe, 20th Century (graduate) (NYU) – spring, 2004

Literature of the Field: Cultural History (graduate) (NYU) – fall, 2002

Participant, 3rd year Methods Seminar (graduate) (NYU) – fall, 2002

Literature of the Field: Europe, 19th Century (graduate) (NYU) – spring, 2002

The Balkans (NYU)—autumn, 2000

Greece and Western Europe, 1700-1900 (NYU)—autumn, 1999; autumn, 2002

Conversations of the West: Enlightenment (NYU)—autumn 1998, ’99, ’00; spring, 2002

Modern Greek History (NYU)—spring, 1999; spring, 2004

Nationalism in Greece and the Balkans (graduate) (NYU)—spring, 1999

The Eastern Question, 1774-1923 (NYU)—autumn, 1998

World History, 3500BCE-500 CE (UCLA)

World History, modern period (UCLA)

Methodology of Teaching World History (graduate) (UCLA)

Southeastern Europe, 1500-1918 (UCLA)

Southeastern Europe, 1918-present (UCLA)

Modern Balkans in Historical Perspective (Deep Springs College)

Introduction to New Testament Exegesis (Deep Springs College)

Intensive Introductory New Testament Greek (Deep Springs College)

Western Civilization, ancient period to the Renaissance (Loyola Marymount)

Western Civilization, the Renaissance to the modern period (Loyola Marymount)

Western Religious Traditions: Judaism, Christianity, Islam (UC Riverside)

Islam and the West (UC Riverside)

Introduction to Islam (UC Riverside)

                                History of the Middle East: Survey (as teaching assistant, UC Berkeley)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:

AMERICAN ACADEMY of RELIGION

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION

ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF NATIONALITIES

MIDDLE EAST STUDIES ASSOCIATION

MODERN GREEK STUDIES ASSOCIATION

LANGUAGES:

ENGLISH, FRENCH, GREEK, HEBREW, ITALIAN, SPANISH, TURKISH

REFERENCES:

                Administrative/Exective:

                                Monique Canto-Sperber, Directrice Émerite, École Normale Supérieure, Paris

                                Tom Carew, Dean of the Faculty, New York University

Richard Foley, Vice Chancellor, Dean of the Faculty emeritus, New York University

                                David McLaughlin, Provost, New York University

                                John Sexton, President, New York University

                                Joseph Juliano, Vice Provost & Associate Vice Chancellor, New York University

                                Celeste Schenck, President, American University in Paris

                Academic:

Dimitri Gondicas, Executive Director, Program in Hellenic Studies, Princeton University

                                Antony Molho, Professor Emeritus, Brown University & European University Institute

                                David N. Myers, Chairman, Department of History, UCLA

                                Mark Mazower, Chairman, Department of History, Columbia University

                                Gilles Pécout, Chairman, Department of History, École Normale Supérieure, Paris

                                Larry Wolff, Director, Center for European & Mediterranean Studies, NYU

KATHERINE E. FLEMING

Remarque Institute ● New York University ● 53 Washington Square South, 3rd floor ● New York, NY, 10012  USA ● (+1) 212 998 3660 ● This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Ecole Normale Supérieure, département d’histoire 45, rue d’Ulm ● Escalier D ● 75230 Paris Cedex 05 FRANCE ● (+33) (0) 1 44 32 38 23 ● This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

EDUCATION:

1985                       (n.d.)                       King’s College, London                                                            THEOLOGY

1988                 B.A.                      Barnard College, Columbia University                                  RELIGION

1989                       M.A.                     University of Chicago                                                                RELIGION

1995                       PH.D.                   University of California, Berkeley                                           HISTORY

ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT:     

2012 - present      DEPUTY PROVOST, New York University

2007 - present      VICE CHANCELLOR, New York University

2012 - present      PRESIDENT, Board of Directors, University of Piraeus (Greece)

2010 - present      DIRECTOR, Remarque Institute, New York University

2007 - present      ALEXANDER S. ONASSIS PROFESSOR of Hellenic Culture and Civilization and Professor of History, New York University

2007 - present      PROFESSEUR ASSOCIÉ au Département d’histoire, École Normale Supérieure, Paris

1999 - present      ASSOCIATE, Department of Middle Eastern & Islamic Studies, New York University

2010 - 2012          SENIOR VICE PROVOST, New York University

2007 - 2011          DIRECTRICE, Institut Remarque, École Normale Supérieure, Paris

2004 - 2010          ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, Remarque Institute, New York University

2005 - 2009          DIRECTOR, A.S. Onassis Program for Hellenic Studies, New York University

2005 - 2007          DIRECTOR, Center for European & Mediterranean Studies, New York University

2007                       INVITED VISITING PROFESSOR of History, École Normale Supérieure, Paris

2004 - 2007          ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR of History & Hellenic Studies, New York University

1998 - 2004          ASSISTANT PROFESSOR of History & Hellenic Studies, New York University

1996 - 1998          LECTURER, Department of History, UCLA

1995 - 1996          LECTURER, Department of History, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles

1996                       VISITING ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, Deep Springs College, Deep Springs, CA

1994 - 1995          LECTURER, Department of Religion, UC Riverside

1992 - 1993          GRADUATE TEACHING ASSISTANT, Department of History, UC Berkeley

1990 - 1991          INSTRUCTOR, ESL, California State University, San Bernardino

EDITORIAL POSITIONS

2015 - present      Scientific Committee, Rivista storica italiana

2012 - present      Editorial Board, Eurofringes

2010 - 2013          Editorial Board, Quest. Issues in Contemporary Jewish History

2009 - present      Editorial Panel, European History Quarterly

2007 - 2010          Board of Editors, American Historical Review, World History submissions

2006 - 2010          Editorial Board, International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society

2005 - 2010          Editorial Board, Journal of Modern Greek Studies, Arts & Humanities submissions

1996 - 1999          Book Review Editor, South East European Monitor, Vienna

1998 - 1999          Advisor & Editor, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Crete, Cyprus, and Greece submissions

RESEARCH INTERESTS:

MEDITERRANEAN, JEWISH, & GREEK HISTORY; NATIONALISM; RELIGION; HISTORICAL MEMORY

PUBLICATIONS:

BOOKS:

2008                       Greece – A Jewish History  (Princeton: Princeton University Press). 

                                                (Paperback edition, 2010)

                                               

  National Jewish Book Award (Sephardic culture)

  Mimi S. Frank Award in Memory of Becky S. Levy (2008)

                                                  The Runciman Award (2009)

                                                  Prix Alberto Benveniste, EPHE, Paris (2010)

                                                  Honorable Mention, Edmund Keeley Book Prize, MGSA (2009 - 2010)

                                                – Greek translation, Istoria ton Ellinon Evraion (Athens: Odysseas, 2010).

– French translation, Juifs de Grèce (XIXe-XXe siècles) (Paris: PUPS – Presses    

   de l’Université Paris-Sorbonne, 2011).   

 

1999                       The Muslim Bonaparte: Diplomacy and Orientalism in Ali Pasha’s Greece                                                                             (Princeton: Princeton University Press).

                                                – Greek translation, O Mousoulmanos Vonapartis (Athens: Odysseas, 2000).

                                                – Italian translation, Il Bonaparte musulmano: Diplomazia e orientalismo nella 

   Grecia di Ali Pascià (Rome: La Nuova Italia, 2001).

                                                – Albanian translation, Bonaparti mysliman.  Diplomacia dhe orientalizmi në

   Greqinë e Ali Pashës (Tirana: Dituria, 2003).

                                                – Turkish translation (Istanbul: Tarih Vakfi, 2004).

 

EDITIONS:

2007                       A Faithful Sea: The Religious Cultures of the Mediterranean, 1200-1700.  Co-editor,

   with Adnan Husain (Oxford: Oneworld, 2007).

ARTICLES, CHAPTERS, ESSAYS, & OTHER WRITINGS:

[2016]                    “«'Οχι»: Greece’s ‘No’ to Austerity,” in Non! The Florence Gould Lectures at New York    University, ed. Tom Bishop. (New York: Center for French Civilization and             Culture). Vol. 14, 2014/2015.

[2016]                    “Introduction” to Ilona Steimann and Nikos Stavroulakis, eds., An Illuminated Pirkei

Avot from Venetian Candia: A Historical Introduction (facsimile of Israel Museum, Jerusalem MS 180/102). (Hania: Ets Hayyim, forthcoming).

[2016]                    “Foreword” to Spyridon Litsas and Aristotle Tziampiris, eds., Foreign Policy Under                                                           Austerity: Greece’s Return to Normality? New York and London: Routledge.

2016                       “What Remains?  Sites of Deportation in Contemporary European Daily Life,” in Hitler’s

Geographies, Paolo Giaccaria and Claudio Minca, eds.  Farnham, Surrey, Ashgate (Chicago: University of Chicago Press): 347-362.

2014                      “Salonica’s Jews: A Metropolitan History,” in Jewish History, special issue on Salonican

Jewry; Antony Molho, Eyal Ginio & Paris Papamichos Chronakis, eds. (2014) 28: 449–455

2014                       “The Jews of Greece after the Shoah: rebuilding, emigration and the search for

community” in Eyal Ginio, ed.,  The Jewish Community in Greece (Jerusalem: Yad Ben-Tzvi Press), pp. 381-398.  [In Hebrew]

2013                       “A Roundtable Discussion of The Risorgimento Revisited.  Nationalism and Culture in

Nineteenth Century Italy (edited by Silvana Patriarca and Lucy Riall),” in

Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 2013, Vol. 18, No. 5, pp. 644-657.

2013                       “Sacred Seas” review article of Christophe Picard (ed.), La mer et le

sacré en Islam medieval (Revue des mondes musulmans et de la Méditerranée 130 (Aix - en - Provence: Presses Universitaires de Provence, 2011), in Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft (ZDMG): 838-842.

2011                       “Early Modern Jewish Histories in Ottoman and Mediterranean Contexts” in

Journal of Modern Hellenism, 28 (Winter 2010 - 2011).

2011                       “Tony Judt als Leser.  Weiderspruch formt Meinungen” in Süddeutsche Zeitung

(Feuilleton), February 11, 2011.

2010                       “Τόνι Τζουντ, Αναγνώστης” [Tony Judt, Reader], in The Athens Review of Books

Αθηναϊκή Επιθεώρηση του Βιβλίου], Vol. 1, No. 10 (September 2010): 18-19. [in Greek]

2010                       “Ο Χερτζλ στην Ακρόπολη: Μεγάλες Ιστορίες, Μικρά Κράτη: Ελλάδα, Ισραήλ

και τα όρια του έθνους” [Herzl at the Akropolis – or – Big Histories,

Small States: Greece, Israel, and the Limits of the Nation], in The

Athens Review of Books [Η Αθηναϊκή Επιθεώρηση του Βιβλίου], Vol.

1, No. 8 (June 2010): 32-37.  [In Greek]

2010                       “Letter from Crete: Two Arson Attacks on a Synagogue of Peace,” in The Forward,

February 19, 2010.

2009                       “Balkan in balkansko zgodovinopisje,” in Evroorientalizem/(Z)nova Medicina, Mitja

Velikonja. Mirt Komel, Blaz Ilc, and Tanja Petrovic, eds. (Ljubljiana, Journal for the Criticism of Science).  [In Slovenian, translation of “Orientalism, the Balkans, and Balkan Historiography.”]

2008                       “Greek Jewish History:  Greek, or Jewish?” in European Studies Forum (Council for

European Studies, Columbia University): 38.1.

2007                       “The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership: The New, Old Mediterranean,” in A

Mediterranean Mosaic of Peace, Tel Aviv: Mediterranean 2020 [reprint] Foundation/Peres Center for Peace (Summer 2007): 16 - 20.

2007                       “Two Rabbinic Views of Ottoman Ascendancy: The Cronica de los Reyes Otomanos and

the Seder Eliyahu Zuta,” in A Faithful Sea: Religious Cultures of the Mediterranean, 1200 - 1700.  Co-edited, with Adnan Husain.  Oxford (Oneworld Oxford, 2007): 99-120.

2007                       “The Nationalized ‘Greek Jew’: From Auschwitz - Birkenau to Israeli Popular Culture,”

Journal of Modern Greek Studies, Vol. 25, No. 1 (May, 2007): 17 - 40.

2007                       “The Euro-Mediterranean Partnership: The New, Old Mediterranean,” in Europe NYC,

February 2007.

2006                       “Burning Judas: Anti - Semitism and Public Riot in 19th - Century Greece,” in Peamim,

105-106 (2006): 29-55.  [In Hebrew]

2005                       “Le relazioni tra Turchia ed Europa in una prospettiva storica,” in Società Geografica

Italiana, Rapporto Annuale 2005. L'Italia nel Mediterraneo", Scenari Italiani, Società Geografica Italiana, Rome, 2005.

2004                       “Greece’s Romaniote Communities, 1880 - 1930,” in Sephardi Report, Vol. 1, No. 1

(Spring 2004): 12-14.

2004                       “Of Bakeries and Synagogues: Sacred and Secular Jewish Spaces in Early Modern

Crete,” in Jottings: A Quarterly Newsletter on Creta -Jewish Life (Hania, Greece), (Winter, 2004): 2-14.

2004                       “Neither Here nor There: Balkanism, ‘the Balkans,’ and Greece,” in Belgrade

Circle Journal, Winter (issue 3-4), 2004 [reprint]

2003                       “From Christianity to Islam: Constantinople,” in Ancient World, 97.1 (Autumn, 2003):

69-79.

2003                       “South Balkan Rabbinic Readings of Ottoman Rise and Decline: Eliyahu Kapsali of

Crete and Yehuda Alkalai of Zemlin,” in Greece and the Balkans: Identities, Perceptions and Cultural Encounters since the Enlightenment, Dimitri Tziovas, ed. (Ashgate, 2003): 101-113.

2002                       “‘Walls’ around the Torah: The 16th-Century Candia Kahal,” in The Jews of Crete:

Selected Articles and Essays, N. Stavroulakis, ed., (Etz Hayyim, 2002): 1-6.

2002                       “Greece in Chains: Philhellenism to the Rescue of a Damsel in Distress,” in Women and

the Colonial Gaze, Tamara L. Hunt & Micheline R. Lessard, eds. 

(Palgrave/Macmillan, 2002): 38-48.

2001 - 2002          “The Paradoxes of Nationalism: Modern Greek Historiography and the Burden of the

Past,” in Bulletin of the Royal Institute of Interfaith Studies, Vol. 3, No. 2

(Autumn/Winter, 2001): 221-237.

2001                       “Orijentalizam, Balkan i balkanska istoriografija,” in Filozofija i Drustvo (Philosophy &

Society), Institute for Philosophy and Social Theory, Belgrade, No. 18 (2001):

11 - 32.  [In Serbian; translation of below]

2000                       “Orientalism, the Balkans, and Balkan Historiography,” in American Historical Review,

Vol. 104, No. 4 (October 2000): 1218-1233.

2000                       “Athens, Constantinople, ‘Istambol’: Urban Paradigms and 19th-Century Greek National

Identity,” in New Perspectives on Turkey, 22 (Spring/Summer 2000): 1-23.

1997 - 1998          “Ali Pasha and the Powers of Europe, 1797-1800: The Shift Away from an Ottoman

Imperial Model,” in Macedonian Studies, (Winter 1997 - 1998): 3-24. 

1997                       “Women as Preservers of the Past: Ziya Gokalp and Women’s Reform,” in

Deconstructing Images of the Turkish Woman, Zehra Arat, ed.  (St. Martin’s

Press, 1997): 125-138. 

1996 - 1997          “The Question of Union and the Fall of Constantinople, 1453,” in Modern Greek Studies

Yearbook, Vol. 12/13 (1996/1997): 35-48.

ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLES:

[2016]                    “Almoshnino, Moses” in Encyclopedia of Renaissance Philosophy, Marco Sgarbi, ed. 

Springer Reference, forthcoming.

2011                       “Greece, Jews of,” in Cambridge Dictionary of Judaism and Jewish Culture,

Judith R. Baskin, ed. (Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011): 207-08.

2011                       “Balkans, Jews of,” in Cambridge Dictionary of Judaism and Jewish Culture,

Judith R. Baskin, ed. (Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011): 51-52.

2005                       “Abdul-Hamid II,” in Encyclopedia of Europe 1789-1914 – Encyclopedia of the Age of

Industry and Empire, John Merriman and Jay Winter, eds. (New York:

Scribner’s Sons, 2005).

2005                       “Mediterranean Sea,” in Encyclopedia of Europe 1789-1914 – Encyclopedia of the Age

of Industry and Empire, John Merriman and Jay Winter, eds. (New York: Scribner’s Sons, 2005).

2004                       “Philhellenism,” in Encyclopedia of the Romantic Era (New York: Routledge, 2004):

872-73.

2003                       “Greece, Relations with,” in Dictionary of American History, Brooks D. Simpson, ed. 

(New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2003).

Also available at http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1G2 - 3401801790.html

2000                       “Hellenism and Neohellenism in the Greek Tradition,” in Graham Speake, ed.,

Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000): 726-728.

2000                       “Hellenism as Seen through the Eyes of Visiting Artists” in Graham Speake, ed.,

Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000): 723-726.

2000                       “Ottoman Period (Tourkokratia)” in Graham Speake, ed., Encyclopedia of Greece and

the Hellenic Tradition (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000): 1212-1215.

2000                       “Armatoloi” in Graham Speake, ed., Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition

(London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000): 169-170.

2000                       “Ali Pasha of Ioannina” in Graham Speake, ed., Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic

Tradition (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000): 57-58.

2000                       “Ioannina” in Graham Speake, ed., Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition

(London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000): 816-818.

2000                       “Janissaries” in Graham Speake, ed., Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition

(London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000): 835-836.

2000                       “Mar Saba Monastery” in Graham Speake, ed., Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic

Tradition (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000): 999.

2000                       “Jerusalem” in Graham Speake, ed., Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition

(London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000): 838-839.

2000                       “Antisemitism” in Graham Speake, ed., Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic

Tradition (London: Fitzroy Dearborn, 2000): 98-99.

ASSOCIATE EDITIONS:

2010                       Associate Editor, Why Read Kazantzakis in the 21st Century? (Peter Bien, editor, with

Katherine Fleming.)  Special volume, Journal of Modern Greek Studies.  

Supplement to Vol. 28, No. 1 (May, 2010).  (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2010.)

BOOK REVIEWS:

[2016]                    Sheila Lecoeur, Mussolini’s Greek Island: Fascism and the Italian Occupation of Syros                                                   in World War II (London, I.B. Tauris, [2009] 2015), in European History                                                              Quarterly. [forthcoming]

[2016]                    Theodore Zervas, The Making of a Modern Greek Identity: Education, Nationalism, and                                                                 the Teaching of a Greek National Past (New York, East European Monographs,                                                                2012), in European History Quarterly. [forthcoming]

2014                       Corry Guttstadt, Turkey, the Jews, and the Holocaust (New York: Cambridge University

Press, 2009), in American Historical Review, Vol. 119, No. 5 (December, 2014): 1823-1824.

2014                       Ayse Ozil, Orthodox Christians in the Late Ottoman Empire: A Study of Communal                                                           Relations in Anatolia (London: Routledge, 2013), in International Journal of                                                    Turkish Studies, Vol. 20, No. 1/2: 125-128.

2014                       Berna Pekesen, Nationalismus, Türkisierung und das Ende der jüdischen Gemeinden in

Thrakien 1918 - 1942.  Munich: R. Oldenbourg Verlag, 2012.  For Slavic Review, Vol. 73, No. 3 (Fall, 2014): 669-670.

2013                       Olga Borovaya, Modern Ladino Culture: Press, Belles Lettres, and Theater in the Late

Ottoman Empire (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2012), in Slavic Review, Vol. 72, No. 2 (Summer, 2013): 389-390.

2012                       Tijana Krstic, Contested Conversions to Islam.  Narratives of Religious Change in the

Early Modern Ottoman Empire (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2011), in

Slavic Review, Vol. 71, No. 3: 669.

2011                       Steven Bowman, The Agony of the Greek Jews, 1940 - 1945 (Stanford: Stanford

University Press, 2009), in Shofar, Vol. 29, No. 2 (Winter, 2011): 209-210.

2009                       Umut Özkirimli and Spyros A. Sofos, Tormented by History: Nationalism in Greece and

Turkey (New York: Columbia University Press, 2008), in Journal of Modern

History, Vol. 81, No. 4 (December, 2009): 101 -1013.

2008                       Mary Roberts, Intimate Outsiders: The Harem in Ottoman and Orientalist Art and Travel

Literature (Durham: Duke University Press, 2007), in Journal of Colonialism

and Colonial History, Vol. 9, No. 2 (Fall, 2008):  3 MS PP.

2007                       Fariba Zarinebaf, John Bennet, and Jack L. Davis, An Historical and Economic

Geography of Ottoman Greece: Southwest Morea in the Eighteenth Century

(Athens, Greece: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 2005), in

Middle East Studies Association Bulletin, Vol. XLI, No. 1 (June, 2007): 54-56.

2007                       Penelope Papailias, Genres of Recollection.  Archival Poetics and Modern Greece (New

York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2005), in American Historical Review, February, 2007: 160-161.

2006                       Violetta Hionidou, Famine and Death in Occupied Greece, 1941–1944 (Cambridge:

Cambridge University Press, 2006), in History: Reviews of New Books, 22 June, 2006: 127.

2005                       Jonathan Kirsch, God Against the Gods.  The History of the War between Monotheism

and Polytheism (New York: Penguin, 2005 [2004]), in History: Reviews of New Books, Vol. 33, No. 4 (Summer, 2005): 131.

2005                       Jon V. Kofas, Under the Eagle’s Claw: Exceptionalism in Postwar U.S.-Greek Relations

(Westport: Praeger, 2003), in Political Science Quarterly, Vol. 120, No. 1 (Spring, 2005): 169-170.

2004                       Richard Clogg, A Concise History of Greece (second edition).  (Cambridge: Cambridge

University Press, 2002), in Ancient History Bulletin, Vol. 18, Nos 3 & 4 (2004):

191-192.

2004                       Leon Sciaky, Farewell to Salonica: City at the Crossroads (Philadelphia: Paul Dry

Books, 2003), in Journal of the Hellenic Diaspora, Vol. 30.1 (2004): 143-145.

2004                       Maria Todorova, ed., Balkan Identities. Nation and Memory (London: Hurst and Co.,

2004), in Bulletin of the Royal Institute of Interfaith Studies, Vol. 5, No. 2

(Autumn/Winter, 2003/2004): 190-193.

2003                       Richard Clogg, ed. and trans., Greece 1940-1949: Occupation, Resistance, Civil War.  A

Documentary History.  (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002), in History:

Reviews of New Books, Vol. 31, No. 3 (Spring 2003): 115-116.

2003                       Dušan Bjelić and Obrad Savić, eds., Balkan as Metaphor: Between Globalization and

Fragmentation (Cambridge: The MIT Press, 2002), in Slavic Review, No. 3

(Fall, 2003): 597.

2003                       Thomas W. Gallant, Experiencing Dominion: Culture, Identity, and Power in the British

Mediterranean (Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2002), in

History: Reviews of New Books, Vol. 31, No. 2 (Fall 2003): 73-74.

2003                       John Warwick Montgomery, The Repression of Evangelism in Greece: European

Litigation vis -à-vis a Closed Religious Establishment (Lanham, MD: University

Press of America, 2001), in Journal of Modern Greek Studies, Vol. 21, No. 2

(October 2003): 287-289.

2003                       Paulina Nasioutzik, Amerikanika oramata sti smyrni ton 19o aiona: H synantisi tis

anglosaxonikis skepsis me tin elliniki [19th-century American visions in Smyrna:

the encounter of Anglosaxon and Greek thought], in Journal of Modern Greek

Studies, Vol. 21, No. 2 (October 2003): 287-289.

2002                       Molly Greene, A Shared World: Muslims and Christians in the Early Modern

Mediterranean (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2000), in American

Historical Review, Vol. 107, No. 1 (February 2002): 161-162.

2002                       Leila Fawaz and C.A. Bayly, eds., Modernity and Culture: From the Mediterranean to

the Indian Ocean (New York: Columbia University Press, 2002), in

“Greekworks” (www.greekworks.com), 11/15/02.

2002                       Kemal Karpat, Reconstructing Identity, State, Faith, and Community in the Late Ottoman

Empire (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001), in History: Reviews of New

Books, Vol. 30, No. 3 (Spring 2002): 91-92 (Feature Review).

2001                       Nora Berend, At the Gate of Christendom: Jews, Muslims  and “Pagans” in Medieval

Hungary, c. 100 -c.1300  (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2000), in

History: Reviews of New Books, Vol. 29, No. 5 (Fall 2001): 29.

2001                       Stratos E. Constantinides, ed., Greece in Modern Times: An Annotated Bibliography of

Works Published in English in Twenty -Two Academic Disciplines during the

Twentieth Century (Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press, 2000), in Byzantine and

Modern Greek Studies, 25 (2001): 249-250.

2001                       Justin McCarthy, The Ottoman Peoples and the End of Empire (Oxford: Arnold/Oxford,

2001), in History: Reviews of New Books, Vol. 29, No. 5 (Fall 2001): 34.

2001                       Donald Quataert, The Ottoman Empire, 1700-1922 (Cambridge: Cambridge University

Press, 2000), in History: Reviews of New Books, Vol. 29, No. 3 (Spring 2001): 129.

2001                       Peter Van der Veer and Hartmut Lehmann, eds., Nation and Religion: Perspectives on

Europe and Asia (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1999), in American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, Vol. 18:4 (Fall, 2001): 163-167.

2001                       Paul White, Primitive Rebels or Revolutionary Modernizers? The Kurdish National

Movement in Turkey (London: Zed Books, 2000), in History: Reviews of New Books, Vol. 29, No. 4 (Summer 2001): 176-177.

2000                       Meropi Anastassiadou, Salonique, 1830-1912: Une ville Ottomane à l’âge des Réformes

(Leiden: Brill, 1998), in Bulletin of the Royal Institute of Interfaith Studies, Vol.

2, No. 2 (Autumn 2000): 173-176. 

2000                       John Koliopoulos, Plundered Loyalties: Axis occupation and civil strife in Greek West

Macedonia, 1941-1949  (New York: NYU Press, 1999), in Times Literary Supplement, February 11, 2000, No. 5054.

1999                       Iain Macleod Higgins, Writing East: The “Travels” of Sir John Mandeville (Philadelphia:

University of Pennsylvania Press, 1997), in Journal of Early Modern History,

3,4 (1999): 397-399.

1997                       Michael H. Jameson, Curtis N. Runnels, and Tjeed H. van Andel, eds., A Greek

Countryside: The Southern Argolid from Prehistory to the Present Day (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1995), In Ancient History Bulletin, Vol. 11, No. 4 (1997): 140-141.

1997                       Curtis N. Runnels, Daniel J. Pullen, and Susan Langdon, eds., Artifact and Assemblage:

The Finds From A Regional Survey of the Southern Argolid, Greece, (Stanford:

Stanford University  Press, 1995), In Ancient History Bulletin, Vol. 11, No. 4 (1997): 140-141.

1996 - 1997          Joseph Matthews, Shades of Resistance (Berkeley: Headlands Press, 1996), in Modern     Greek Studies Yearbook, Vol. 12/13 (1996/1997): 647-648.

1996 - 1997          Mark Mazower, Inside Hitler’s Greece: The Experience of Occupation, 1941-44 (New

Haven: Yale University Press, 1993), in Modern Greek Studies Yearbook, Vol. 12/13 (1996/1997): 641-642.

1996                       Michael Angold, Church and Society in Byzantium under the Comneni 1081 - 1261

(Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1995), in Religion, Vol. 26, No. 4

(1996): 398-399.

1996                       Stefano Bianchini, Sarajevo le radici dell’odio: Identità e destino dei popoli balcanici

(Rome: Editrice Internazionale, 1993), in South East European Monitor, Vol. III, No. 1 (1996): 83-84.        

1996                       Tone Bringa, Being Muslim the Bosnian Way: Identity and Community in a Central

Bosnian Village (Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 1995), in South East European Monitor, Vol. III, No. 3 (1996): 66-67.

1996                       Piero Camporesi, Juice of Life: The Symbolic and Magic Significance of Blood.  Robert

Barr, trans. (New York: Continuum, 1995), in In These Times, May 27, 1996: 34-35.

1996                       Loring Danforth, The Macedonian Conflict: Ethnic Nationalism in a Transnational

World (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1995), in South East European

Monitor, Vol. III, No. 2 (1996): 73-74.

1996                       Laurie Kain Hart, Time, Religion, and Social Experience in Rural Greece (Lanham, MD:

Rowman and Littlefield, 1992), in The Journal of Religion, Vol. 76, No. 1, (January 1996): 162-163.

1996                       Valerie J. Hoffman, Sufism, Mystics, and Saints in Modern Egypt (Columbia, SC:

University of South Carolina Press), in Religion, Vol. 26, No. 4 (1996): 386-387.

1996                       Ephrem Lash, ed. And trans., On the Life of Christ: Kontakia (San Francisco: Harper

Collins, 1995), in South East European Monitor.

1995                       Ronald G. Roberson, The Eastern Christian Churches: A Brief Survey (Rome: Edizioni

“Orientalia Christiana”/Pontifical Institute for Oriental Studies, 1990), in

Macedonian Studies.

1995                       Jill Dubisch, In a Different Place: Pilgrimage, Gender, and Politics at a Greek Island

Shrine (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1995), in South East European

Monitor.

1995                       Allucquere Rosanne Stone, The War of Desire and Technology at the Close of the

Mechanical Age (Cambridge:  MIT Press, 1995), in In These Times, September 18, 1995: 38-39.

1995                       Janet Wolff, Resident Alien: Feminist Cultural Criticism (New Haven: Yale University

Press, 1995), in In These Times, September 18, 1995: 38-39.

1994                       Mircea Eliade, Bengal Nights and Maitreyi Devi, It Does Not Die (both Chicago:

University of Chicago Press, 1994), in The Nation, Oct. 10, 1994: 390-393.

1993                       Charles Stewart, Demons and the Devil: Moral Imagination in Modern Greek Culture

(Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1991), in The Journal of Religion, Vol.

73, No. 1 (1993): 142-143.

INTERVIEWS:

2016                       CONSULTANT/INTERVIEWEE Athens Rising: a 5-part documentary series on the                                                         history of Athens. Arte Television, Europe. 2/24/2016

2015                       INTERVIEW 360 Moires [360 degrees], “Ο Ελληνισμός της Αμερικής” [Hellenism in                                                        America] Alpha Television, Greece. 6/2015

2014                       PROFILE 360 Moires [360 degrees], “Κάθριν Φλέμινγκ” [Katherine Fleming]

                                                Alpha Television, Greece. 6/2014

2011                       INTERVIEW for Bystanders & Standing By: Εκτός Ιστορίας [Ouside of History],

documentary by Periklis Kortsaris and Fofo Terzidou, 11/20/2010

2010                       INTERVIEW for Les Juifs de Salonique et de la Grèce, documentary by Ioannis

Koutizis, 11/06/2010 

2009                       INTERVIEW on Greece, a Jewish History, podcast for “Books and Authors in a Pod”

at Podularity.com, uploaded 5/22/2009

2008                       INTERVIEW [“They called Salonika the Jerusalem of the Balkans”], in Athens

newspaper Kathimerini, 3/30/2008: front page, Arts & Culture

MISCELLANY:    

Board of Advisors, The Education of Historians in the Twenty - First Century, Thomas

Bender, Philip M. Katz, and Colin Palmer, eds. (Illinois: 2004)

                        Contributor, greekworks.com, 2003 - 2006

                        Contributor, Los Angeles Reader, 1995 - 1998

                                Columnist, Indian Review of Books (Delhi, India), 1995 - 1996

                                Book Reviewer, Riverside Press Enterprise, 1990 - 1992

WORK IN PROGRESS:

Greece’s German Queen (book)

Herzl at the Acropolis. Greece, Israel, and the Limits of the Nation (article)

HONORS & AWARDS:

2010                       Prix Alberto Benveniste (for Greece – A Jewish History)

2009                       National Jewish Book Award (for Greece – A Jewish History)

2009                       The Runciman Award (for Greece – A Jewish History)

2009                       Honorable Mention, Edmund Keeley Book Prize (for Greece – A Jewish History)

2008 - 2009          Appointee, UK/US Study Group on Higher Education in a Global Environment                  

2006 - 2007          Gerda Henkel Stiftung (Düsseldorf) Research Scholarship

2005 - 2006          New York University Research Challenge Fund Grant

2003 - 2005          Humanities Council Workshop Grant (co - recipient)

2002 - 2003          Stephen Charney Vladeck Fellow, Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service

2001                       Goddard Fellowship (fall 2001)

2000 - 2014          NYU Society of Fellows

2000 - 2001          Remarque Institute Faculty Fellowship

1999 - 2000          Golden Dozen Teaching Award, NYU

1999 - 2000          International Center for Advanced Studies Faculty Fellowship (Project on Cities and Urban Knowledge)

1993 - 1995          Mellon Research Fellowship

1991 - 1993          University of California Regents Fellowship

1991 - 1993          F.L.A.S./Title VI Award, Turkish Language

1988 - 1990          Fellowship, University of Chicago Divinity School

1987                       Caroline Gallup Reed Prize in Religion, Barnard College, Columbia University

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY (selected):

2015                       PANEL MODERATOR, “Leaders and Legends: Biography and Hagiography in Israel      Studies,” at Israel Institute Annual Conference, The Harmonie Club, New York, NY, 10/26/15

2015                       TALK, “The Greece-Europe Crisis: End of the Road or a Turning Point?” Roundtable at

The Association for the Study of Nationalities, 2015 World Convention, Columbia University, New York, NY, 4/23/15

2015                       CHAIR, “Economics after the Crash: A Discipline in Need of Renewal?” at the

Scandinavia House, New York City, NY, 3/15/15

2015                       TALK, “Glykia mou Saloniki: Memories of Greece,” at Greek Trade Office, Consulate

General of Greece, Holocaust Remembrance Day of the Greek Jewry (Series), New York City, NY, 2/3/15

2015                       PANEL CHAIR, “Multidisciplinary Approaches to the Study of Rural Greece,” at

American Historical Association, New York City, NY, 1/4/15

2014                       TALK, “«'Οχι»: Le non grec à l’austérité,” at Conference, “Non!” Centre de civilization

française NYU Paris, Paris, France, 11/14/2014

2014                       TALK, “The Role of Research in Higher Education,” Invited Lecture, NYU London,

London, UK, 12/4/2014

2014                       LECTURE, “The Role of Education in Reforming a Society,” at Conference, “Education

Innovation and Entrepreneurship,” American School of Classical Studies, Athens, Greece, 5/14/2014

2014                       KEYNOTE, at Conference, “Women on Leadership: 24/7,” Sector of Women Managers

and Entrepreneurs and the Hellenic Management Association, Acropolis

Museum, Athens, Greece, 5/13/2014

2013                       LECTURE, “Small States, Big Dreams.  Herzl at the Acropolis,” at Brown University,

12/4/2013            

2013                       LECTURE, “Ali Pascha and His Influence on the Greek War of Independence,” at Holy

Trinity Cathedral Center, Greek Independence Day Series, 3/25/2014

2013                       LECTURE, “Herzl at the Acropolis,” at Vanderbilt University Jewish Studies,

10/24/2013

2013                       LECTURE, “Small States, Big Dreams: Herzl at the Acropolis,” at Johns Hopkins

University, 10/4/13

2013                       KEYNOTE, “How an Economic Perspective Changes Historical Interpretation: The Don

Pacifico Affair, 1850,” at ICABE (International Conference on Applied

Business & Economics), CUNY/John Jay College of Criminal Justice, NYC,

10/2/2013

2013                       TALK, “Whose Subject?  The Don Pacifico Affair, 1850,” at Workshop, “Reimagining

Democracy in the Mediterranean, 1750-1860,” at Columbia University, 9/13/2013

2013                       DISCUSSANT, “Scholars Weighing in as Public Intellectuals Weighing in on History

and Politics in East Central Europe,” at Association for the Study of Nationalities, Columbia University, 4/19/2013

2013                       LECTURE, “Neither Jew Nor Greek: Greek Jews after the war,” the 2013 Catharine

Pelican Memorial Lecture at the University of Missouri St. Louis, 3/13/2013

2012                       LECTURE, “Herzl at the Acropolis-Small States and the Limits of National Longing,”

Invited Lecture at Cornell University’s Mario Einaudi Center for International

Studies, 4/30/2012

2011                       TALK, “Herzl at the Acropolis – or – Big Histories, Small States,” Invited Lecture at

Princeton University’s Department of Near Eastern Studies, 10/10/2011

2011                       PAPER, “Mediterranean: the Limits of Mediterraneanism and Comparativism,” at the

Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), 2012, New York, 2/27/2012

2011                       DISCUSSANT, “Memory Rituals,” at Performing Memory in the Ancient World – A

Dialogue Between Past and Present, New York, 12/1/2011

2011                       PAPER, “Nationalism and the Politics of Memory in Greece,” at CNRS/NYU “UMI”

Conference, In The Tracks of Memory, New York, 11/18/2011

2011                       PAPER, “Greek Jews before and after World War II,” at the University of

Munich, 6/16/2011

2011                       TALK,  “Juifs de Grece,” at the Société des études juives, Ecole des Chartes, Paris,

5/23/2011

2011                       PAPER, “Burning Judas: Transnationalism and anti-Semitism in 19th-century Greece,” at

the University of Volos, 2/16/2011

2010                       TALK,  “Rôle privilégié de l’éducation,” at Colloquium, Albert Gallatin (1761-

1849), un Genevois au service des Etats-Unis d’Amérique, Paris, 9/30/2010

2010                       TALK, “Changing Identities in Post-Ottoman Salonika,” at the Zentrum Moderner

Orient Ottoman Urban Studies Seminar, Berlin, 6/14/2010

2010                       LECTURE, “Neither Jew nor Greek?  Greek Jews after the War,” at King’s College,

London, 5/13/2010

 2009                        LECTURE, “Herzl at the Acropolis – or – Big Histories, Small States: Greece,Israel, and

the Limits of the Nation,” Invited Lecture at the Institute for Historical Research (IHR), London, 11/11/2009

2009                       TALK, “Leaving Greece and Becoming Greek: Greek Jewish Identity in Auschwitz and

Israel,” at Centre for the Study of the Balkans, Goldsmiths College, London, 11/11/2009

2009                       TALK, “Leaving Greece and Becoming Greek: Greek Jewish Identity in Auschwitz and

Israel,” at Group for the Study of the History of the Jews of Greece, University of Macedonia, Thessaloniki, Greece, 11/6/2009

2009                   TALK, “les migrations judéo-espagnoles aux Etats-Unis (XIXe-XXe siècles)” at the

Cinquième Festivale des Cultures Juives, “l'Amérique au coeur de Paris,” Paris, 6/17/2009

2009                       TALK, “Trying to Find Home After the War: Greek Jews, 1944-1955,” Remarque

Institute La Pietra Seminar Series, Florence, Italy, 4/22/2009

2009                       PANELIST, Presentation du livre “Il Mare,” di Paolo Frascani, the Sorbonne, Paris,

3/1/3/2009

2009                       PANELIST, “Etats-Unis 2009-2013: une nouvelle destinée ?,” Ecole Normale

Supérieure, Paris, 1/7/2009

2008                       INVITED PARTICIPANT, American Council on Education (ACE), US/UK leadership

program, Washington, D.C., 7/7 - 7/9/2008

2008                       PANELIST, Round Table, “Les initiatives developpées dans le secteur public,” at

Congrès National BPW de France, (“L’Economie, facteur d’intégration des femmes?”), Levallois-Perret, France, 6/7/2008

2008                       DISCUSSANT, Seminar, “Histoires multiples d’une conversion collective au

judaisme dans l’Italie
meridionale du XXe siècle:
le cas du village de San

Nicandro.,” avec John Davis et Gilles Pecout, la Sorbonne, Paris, 5/30/2008

2008                       PANEL MODERATOR, “Les Francais et Garibaldi: en dire du bien et du mal,” at

colloque, “Garibaldi et les Garibaldiens en France: Images, Héritages et Reseaux

du XIXe au XXIe siècle,” Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, 2/15/2008

2008                       TALK, ““From Greece to Palestine and Back Again: Greek Jews after World War II,” at

the Center for European and Mediterranean Studies, New York University,

1/25/08

2007                       DISCUSSANT, “Center? Periphery?: Examples from Eastern Europe and the Caucasus,”

at conference, “Historical Continuities, Political Responsibilities: Unsettling Conceptual Blind-Spots in Ottoman and Turkish Studies,” at New York University and The Graduate Center, CUNY, 5/4/07

2007                       PANEL MODERATOR, “Letters and the Law,” at Symposium, “A Mediterranean

Mirror: Catalan Law in an International Context,” at New York University, 4/27/07

2007                       PARTICIPANT, Convention, “Professori Italiani d’America (USA e Canada) – Le

Scienze Umane e Sociali,” Washington DC, 4/13-4/14/07

2007                       TALK, “L'historiographie nord americaine de la Mediterranée,” at Ecole

Normale Supérieure, Paris, 4/5/07

2007                       TALK, “Les sources juives comme sources Ottomanes: deux examples (Crète 16ème

siècle, Serbie 19ème siècle), at L’Institut d’histoire moderne et contemporaine, Paris, 4/2/07

2007                       TALK, “Methode et categorie: qu’est-ce que c’est qu’un ‘Grec Juif’?” at

Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, 3/24/07

2007                       TALK, “Ali Pasha et la probleme historiographique des provinces Ottomanes,” at

“Journee des Etudes Turques, Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, 3/23/07

2007                       DISCUSSANT, “Reform to the Letter?  Provincializing the Ottoman Tanzimat in 19th-

Century Cyprus,” paper given by Marc Aymes (EHESS, Paris), at the NYU Kevorkian Center, 3/05/07        

2007                       HOST, Conference, “A Kazantzakis Celebration,” sponsored by the Hellenic Foundation

for Culture, Athens, at New York University, 3/3/06

2007                       ORGANIZER, Symposium/Workshop, “War, Atrocity, Terror: Europe Since 1900,” co -

sponsored by the Center for European & Mediterranean Studies, NYU and the Yale University European Studies Council, 2/22 - 2/23/07

2006                       TALK, “The Messianic Sultan:  Mediterranean Rabbis Interpret Ottoman History,” at

New York University Ottoman history series, 12/14/06

2006                       TALK, “The Messianic Sultan:  Mediterranean Rabbis Interpret Ottoman History,” at

Columbia University Society of Fellows, 10/26/06

2006                       KEYNOTE SPEAKER, NYU Graduate School of Arts and Science Orientation.   “On

Being a Scholar: The Graduate School Experience,” 9/8/06

2006                       DISCUSSANT, The Recent Work of Speros Vryonis Jr.  The 1955 Pogrom in Istanbul,

at Workshop for Armenian/Turkish Studies annual meeting, New York, 5/16/06

2006                       PAPER, “Greek Jews after Greece: The Post-War Greek-Jewish Diaspora,” at

conference, Conflicting Memories and European Integration, NYU, 4/20-4/21/06

2006                       TALK, “From Greece to Palestine and Back Again: Greek Jews after World War II,” at

Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies, NYU, 2/8/06

2006                       ORGANIZER, Symposium/Workshop, “Catalonia and Beyond: National and Regional

Identities and the New Europe,” co-sponsored by the Institut Ramon Llull and

the Remarque Institute, NYU, 2/3/06

2005                       PANEL CHAIR, “Building on the Past: the European Doctorate in the Social History of

Europe and the Mediterranean, Marie Curie Fellows Seminar,” at the Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris, 12/15-12/17/02

2005                       TALK, “The Barcelona Process in Historical Perspective,” at the Weissman Center for
              International Business, sponsored by the Delegation of the European
              Commission to the United Nations, New York, 12/5/05

2005                       TALK, “The Nationalized ‘Greek Jew’: From Auschwitz-Birkenau to Israel/Palestine,”

at Department of History, Indiana University, 12/2/05

2005                       PANELIST, “How to Get Tenure at NYU,” event organized by NYU Women’s Faculty

Caucus, 11/18/05

2005                       TALK, “How Far East does Europe Go?:  Greece, Turkey, and the EU” at conference,

“Europe and its Others in the Mirror of Transatlantic Relations,” Institute for the

Study of Europe, Columbia University, 11/11/05

2005                       LECTURE, “From Greece to Palestine and back Again: Greek Jews Post-War,” invited

lecture at Brown University, 11/02/05

2005                       TALK, “Modern Greece: An Overview,” at Fulbright-Hays (Greece/Cyprus) Pre-

Departure Orientation, New York University, 5/27/05

2005                       PAPER, “The Jews of Salonica,” at International Conference on Religion, Identity, and

Empire, European Studies Council/Yale Center for International and Area Studies, 4/17/05

2005                       PAPER, “The Nationalized ‘Greek Jew,’” European Studies Workshop, NYU, 3/29/05

2005                       TALK, “The Gospel Riots, 1901,” CAS Scholars’ Lecture Series, NYU, 3/28/05

2004                       PANEL CHAIR, “After Enlightenment,” A Symposium in Honor of Jerrold Seigel,

Nice, France, 4/22/04

2004                       TALK, “The Center of Europe?  Greece, the Balkans, and European History,” University

of Michigan Center for Russian and European Studies Southeast Europe group,

2/4/04

2003                       TALK, “Greek Spirits in Greek Bodies: Metaxas and the Jews,” at the Remarque

Institute, NYU, 11/14/03                  

2003                       INTRODUCTORY REMARKS & PANEL CHAIR, Partisan Histories: The

Use and Misuse of the Past in Modern Politics, Remarque Institute, NYU, 10/24 - 25/03

2003                       INTERVIEW, “Will and Freedom in Western History,” WNYU 89.1, 10/30/03

2003                       DISCUSSANT, “Nationalism and Memory in Turkish History: the Armenian Massacres

of 1915,” paper presented by Fatma Müge Göçek (University of Michigan), at

the NYU Kevorkian Center, 10/27/03            

2003                       PANEL CHAIR, “Reading the Past: New Views, Topics, and Perspectives,” at the

Modern Greek Studies Association biannual symposium, Toronto, 10/18/03       

2003                       TALK, “Greece’s Romaniote Communities, 1880-1930,” at the Center for Jewish

History/American Sephardi Federation, New York, 10/16/03

2003                       PANEL MODERATOR, “The United States and the Middle East,” at NYU Graduate

School of Arts and Science Dean’s Day, 4/5/03

2003                       TALK, “Escaping Plato’s Cave: Education and Why You Need It,” at NYU College of

Arts and Science Accepted Students’ Day, 3/28/03

2003                       KEYNOTE SPEAKER, Modern Europeanists’ Luncheon, at the annual meeting of the

American Historical Association, 1/4/03

2002                       PANELIST, “Understanding Religious Violence,” at New York University’s Installation

of the 15th President, 9/26/02

2002                       TALK, “Of Bakeries and Synagogues: Jewish Sacred Spaces in Early Modern Crete,” at

Symposium, “A Saint Belongs to the Whole World”: Social and Cultural Uses of Sacred Space in the Orthodox and Ottoman Worlds, Birkbeck College, University of London, 5/8/02

2002                       TALK, “Constantinople: Christendom to Islam,” at “Saving the City”: War, Disaster,

and Recovery in the Ancient World, The 2002 Rose-Marie Lewent Conference

on Ancient Studies, NYU, 4/12/02

2002                       PAPER, “The Language of Orthodoxy: Hellenism and the Gospel Riots of 1901,” at

Modern Greece in International Context, a Symposium,” Department of History,

York University, Toronto, 3/22/02

2001                       TALK, “History and Social Construction,” a response to Paul Boghossian, “What is

Social Construction?” at the NYU Society of Fellows, 12/5/01

2001                       PANEL CHAIR, “Greek Nationalism, Ethnicity, and Memory,” at the Modern Greek

Studies Association biannual symposium, Washington, D.C., 10/27/01

2001                       PAPER, “Jewish Intellectual Trends in the Early Modern Balkans,” at the University of

Birmingham Centre for Byzantine, Ottoman, and Modern Greek Studies

conference, Greece and the Balkans: Cultural Encounters since the

Enlightenment, 6/30/2001

2001                       PAPER, “Community and Identity in the Ottoman Jewish Imagination, 16th-19th

Centuries” at Princeton Hellenic Studies Workshop, Before Nationalism: Religion and Identity in the Orthodox and Ottoman Worlds, 5/11/2001

2001                       PAPER, “Becoming European: Athens, Constantinople, and the Gospel Riots of 1901,”

at the Fordham University European Studies Colloquium, 4/5/2001

2001                       TALK, “The Ottoman Empire: An Overview,” at Joint HHA/Turkish Society, NYU,

lecture series, Demystifying Cultural Boundaries: Dismantling the Greek-Turkish Conflict in the post-Byzantine Era, 3/26/2001

2001                       TALK, “What Makes Jewish History Jewish?  Two Early Modern Accounts of the Rise

of the Ottomans,” at The Remarque Institute, NYU, 2/23/2001

2000                       RESPONDENT, “Contraband, Cooperation, and Competition in the Straits of Melaka

during the Late Nineteenth Century,” paper presented by Professor Eric

Tagliacozzo (Cornell) at the NYU Kevorkian Center Research Workshop, 

Creolization in the Indian Ocean, 12/5/2000

2000                       RESPONDENT, “Defining the ‘National Historic Mission’ of Izmir, 19th Century-

1919,” paper presented by Professor Athanasia Anagnostopoulou (University of

Cyprus), visiting scholar sponsored through NYU’s International Visitors

Program, Kevorkian Center, NYU, 11/27/2000

2000                       INVITED PARTICIPANT, National Council on Education in the Disciplines/American

Historical Association Joint Workshop, History in the Liberal Arts Education,

Washington, D.C., 11/18-11/19/2000

2000                       LECTURE, “The Language of Orthodoxy: Hellenism in the Modern Period,” Loyola

Marymount University (Los Angeles), invited lecture in lecture series, Hellenism, 11/15/2000

2000                       TALK, “How to be an Obscurantist,” at the History of Women and Gender Breakfast

Series, NYU, 5/3/2000

2000                       LECTURE, “Greek Orthodoxy and the Language of Hellenism,” at the Sunday Evening

Seminar, Wilmington, Delaware, 5/7/2000

1999                   LECTURE, “The Balkan Backdrop to David Edgar’s Pentecost,” at the Drama

Department, NYU, 12/11/99

1999                       PAPER, “Athens as Ottoman Domain,” at the annual conference of the Middle Eastern

Studies Association, Washington, DC, 11/99

1999                       PAPER, “Metaphoric Turks: the Communists and the Greek Civil War,” at the annual

conference of The Modern Greek Studies Association, Princeton, New Jersey,

11/99

1999                       PAPER, “Athens, Constantinople, and the Gospel Riots of 1901: Urban Paradigms and

Modern Greek National Identity,” at the International Center for Advanced Studies (ICAS), NYU, 10/22/99

1999                       PAPER, “Martyrdom and Greek Liberation: The Strange Case of Kyra Phrosine (1801),”

at Princeton University, Program in Hellenic Studies, Modern Greek Seminar

Series, 4/28/99

1999                       PANEL PARTICIPANT, Center for European Studies, New York University,

discussion of Costa-Gavras’ “Z,” Cantor Film Center, 2/4/99

1998                       PAPER, “Memory, Metaphor, and Greek National Identity,” at CUNY Graduate

Center’s Seminar on the Modern Greek State, NY, NY, 11/11/98

1998                       PANELIST, Round Table Discussion at the Annual Meeting of the Center for Exilic

Studies, Los Angeles, CA, 10/6/98

1996                       PAPER, “The Aegean World of Ali Pasha,” at Aegean Crossroads, a conference

organized by the Basil P. Caloyeras Center for Hellenic Studies at Loyola

Marymount University, LA, CA, 11/96

1996                       PAPER, “Sultan Fatih Mehmet:  A Contemporary Muslim Portrayal of the Fall of

Constantinople, 1453,” at the annual conference of the Middle East Studies

Association, Providence, RI, 11/96                           

1996                       PAPER, “Greek Orientalisms in the 19th Century,” at Deep Springs College, 10/96

1993                       PAPER, “Gender and Turkish Reform Movements,” at Nationalism, a conference

organized by the Department of History, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA,

1/93

1992                       PAPER, “Ziya Gokalp’s Reformed Woman,” at the annual conference of the Middle East

Studies Association, Portland, OR, 10/92

SERVICE & ADMINISTRATION:

NYU DEPARTMENTAL:

2011 - 2012          Chair, tenure review committee, Kostis Smyrlis (History/Hellenic Studies)

2009 - present      Hellenic Studies Advisory Board, FAS

2009 - 2010          Chair, clinical appointment review committee, Liana Theodoratou (Hellenic Studies)

2008 - 2009          Chair, third-year review committee, Kostis Smyrlis (History/Hellenic Studies)

2007 - 2008          Tenure review committee, John Shovlin (History)

2007 - 2011          MA Advisor, NYU in France

2006 - 2007          Chair, third-year review committee, Karl Appuhn (History)

2006 - 2008          German Department Associate Professor Search Committee (German)

2005 - 2009          Director, A.S. Onassis Program in Hellenic Studies

2005 - 2006          Chair, Byzantine History Search Committee (History/Hellenic Studies)

2005 - 2006          Honors Program Advisor (History)

2005 - 2006          Armenian Studies ad-hoc committee (History)

2005 - 2006          Third-year review Committee, Chris Otter (History)

2003 - 2005          Planning and Advisory Committee (History)

2004 - 2005          Ottoman History Search Committee (Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies/History)

2000 - 2005          Director of Graduate Study (Hellenic Studies)

2000 - 2005          Bobst Library Departmental Liaison (History)

2004 - 2005          Modern East European History Search Committee (History)

2003 - 2004          Graduate Admissions & Fellowships Committee (History)

2003 - 2004          Eighteenth Century European History Search Committee (History)

2002 - 2003          Modern European History Search Committee (History)

2001 - 2002          Chair, Graduate Admissions & Fellowships Committee (History)

2000 - 2002          Departmental Steering Committee (History)

2000 - 2001          Departmental Finance Committee (History)

1999 - 2000          Modern European History Search Committee (History)

1999 - 2001          Director of Undergraduate Study (Hellenic Studies)

1998 - 1999          African History Search Committee (History)

1998 - 1999          Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (History)

1998 - 1999          Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (Hellenic Studies)

NYU UNIVERSITY & COLLEGE:

2011 - 2012          Global Site Staffing and Support Taskforce

2010 - present      President’s Senior Team

2010 - 2012          Global Framework Team Taskforce

2010 - 2013          Global Sites Core / Foley committee

2010 - present      Director, Remarque Institute

2007 - 2010          Global Team

2007 - 2010          Director, Remarque Institute in Europe

2005 - present      Provost’s Advisory Group

2005 - present      University Leadership Team

2005 - 2009          Director, A.S. Onassis Program in Hellenic Studies

2004 - 2010          Associate Director, Remarque Institute

2004 - 2010          Advisory Board, Remarque Institute

2006 - 2007          GSAS Honors and Awards Committee

2005 - 2007          FAS Committee on Graduate Curriculum (elected)

2005 - 2007          Provost Fellow; Faculty Director, NYU-AUP partnership

2005 - 2007          Faculty Advisory Committee on Academic Priorities

2005 - 2007          Co-Director, Mediterranean Studies Group, New York University

2005 - 2007          DURF Selection Committee

2005 - 2006          GSAS/Steinhardt Collaboration on Teaching Foreign Languages Committee

2005 - 2006          Acton Fellowship selection committee

2005 - 2006          Editorial Board, NYU Audible Journal

2004 - 2005          NYU - in - Athens Planning Committee

2004 - 2005          Villa La Pietra Faculty Affinity Group

2004 - 2005          International Visitors Program Selection Committee

2003 - 2014          Bobst Library Faculty Collections Advisory Committee

2003 - 2014          Steering Committee, NYU Society of Fellows

2003 - 2005          Co - Director, Mediterranean Studies Humanities Council Workshop     

2003 - 2005          F.A.S. European/Mediterranean Studies MA Advisory Committee

2003 - 2004          F.A.S Distinguished Teacher Award Selection Committee

2002 - 2007          Adviser, Gallatin School for Individualized Study

2002 - 2006          C.A.S. Faculty Phonathon

2002 - 2005          Steering Committee, Mediterranean Studies working group

2002 - 2003          C.A.S. Faculty Mentor Program for Freshman Advising

2002 - 2003          C.A.S. Dean’s Undergraduate Research Grant Selection Committee

2001 - present      NYU Society of Fellows

2000 - 2002          F.A.S. Committee on Graduate Financial Aid (F.A.C.)

2000 - 2002          Bobst Library University Liaison Committee

2000 - 2002          C.A.S. Freshman Dialogue Planning Committee

2000 - 2001          G.S.A.S. Opportunity Fellowship Nominations Committee

NATIONAL:       

2010 - 2011          Local Arrangements Committee, Modern Greek Studies Association

2009                       Member, Modern Greek Studies Association Graduate Student Essay Prize Committee

2005                       Chair, Modern Greek Studies Association Dissertation Prize Committee

2004 - 2005          Modern Greek Studies Association Graduate Studies Committee

2001 - 2003          Member, Advisory Committee to the American Historical Association’s Committee on

Graduate Education

2000 - 2003          Executive Board Member, Modern Greek Studies Association (elected)

2000 - 2002          Professional Associations Liaison of the Modern Greek Studies Association to the

Middle East Studies Association and American Academy of Religion

2001                       Member, National Council on Education in the Disciplines/American Historical

Association Workshop, History in the Liberal Arts Education

2000 - 2001          Chair, Modern Greek Studies Association Administrative Oversight Committee

2000 - 2001          Modern Greek Studies Association Publicity and Membership Committee

INTERNATIONAL:

2012 - 2015          Scientific Committee, Centre for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes, University of Siena

2011 - present      Evaluator, National Hellenic Research Foundation

2010 - 2011          Advisor, Conseil Représentatif des Institutions juives de France (CRIF)

2009 - present      External Advisory Board, Centre for the Study of the Balkans, Goldsmiths/University of

                                London

2008 - 2009          External Doctoral Examiner, Birkbeck College, University of London                                   

2008 - 2009          UK/US Study Group on Higher Education in a Global Environment (deputy)

2007 - 2010          Scientific Advisory Committee, International Center for Hellenic Research (ICHR), Nice,

                                              France

2005 - 2008          External Member, European Doctorate in the Social History of Europe and the Mediterranean Consortium

2005 - 2007          Advisory Board, SEEU (South East European University), Tetovo, Macedonia and SEE

                                              University Foundation, Zurich, Switzerland

1999- present       Delegate to Greek Cultural Ministry for the Modern Greek Studies Association

1996 - 1999          Book Review Editor, South East European Monitor (Vienna)

                               

BOARD SERVICE:

2016 - present      Board of Advisors, Greek Diaspora Fellowship Program, Stavros Niarchos Foundation                                                      and Institute of International Education (New York and Greece)

2013 - present      President, Board of Trustees, University of Piraeus (Greece)

2008 - present      Board of Advisors, Etz Hayyim Synagogue, Hania (Crete, Greece)        

2003 - 2005          Board of Trustees, SEE University, Tetovo, Macedonia and SEE University Foundation

                                                (Zurich, Switzerland)

OTHER PROFESSIONAL & SERVICE:

EXTERNAL DOCTORAL JURIST, University of Crete, Rethymnon                   

EXTERNAL DOCTORAL JURIST, EPHE – Sorbonne, Paris

EDITORIAL BOARD, American Historical Review

EDITORIAL PANEL, European History Quarterly

EDITORIAL BOARD, Journal of Modern Greek Studies

                                EDITORIAL BOARD, International Journal of Politics, Culture, & Society

EXTERNAL REVIEWER/Consultant, Nationalities Papers, American Journal of

Islamic Social Sciences, Slavic Review, European History Quarterly, Agricultural History, Esquire Magazine, Journal of Modern History, The Historian, Women’s World Magazine, Cambridge University Press, New York University Press, Oxford University Press, Princeton University Press, Stanford University Press

                                PARTICIPANT, Study of New Scholars, Harvard Graduate School of Education/Ford

Foundation (2000)

                                KEYNOTE SPEAKER, GSAS Convocation, 9/8/2006

SPEAKER, GSAS Advisory Board Meeting, 10/13/2004

                                SPEAKER, CAS Recruitment/Admissions, Fall, 2003, 2004

                                PARTICIPANT, CAS Annual Faculty Phonathon (undergraduate recruitment), 2000—

                                MOCK INTERVIEWER, CAS, Rhodes, and Marshall Fellowships, 2000, 2001, 2003

HOODER, GSAS Graduation, 2001

SPONSOR, NYU International Visitors Program visitor (Dr. Athanasia

Anagnostopoulou, University of Cyprus), 2000 - 2001

DIRECTOR of GRADUATE STUDY, Hellenic Studies, 2000 - 2005

DIRECTOR of UNDERGRADUATE STUDY, Hellenic Studies, 1999

                                LECTURER, CAS Accepted Students Day, 2003, 2004

                                LECTURER, CAS Parents Day, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2003

                                CONTRIBUTOR, Humanities Insights, Office of the Dean for Humanities, NYU

                                CONSULTANT, Dictionary of the History of Ideas

                                MEMBER, Women’s Faculty Caucus

                                PARTICIPANT, CAS Scholars Lecture Series, 2004 - 05

COURSES TAUGHT/TEACHING RELATED:

1999 - 2000 recipient, NYU GOLDEN DOZEN TEACHING AWARD

The Mediterranean and South- - East European Region (graduate) (NYU) – fall, 2011

Atelier d’histoire contemporaine: Du Danube a l’Adriatique -- Historiographie comparée

de l’Europe centrale et méridionale  (ENS 2010, 2011)                                                             Atelier Méditerranée NYU - ENS : Les Américains, les Européens et la Méditerranée du

XVIIIe au XXe siècle (graduate) (ENS 2008 - 09; 2009 - 10)

Lire les mondes contemporains – atelier de la lecture de l’historiographie française et

                étrangère sur le monde de la fin du XVIIIe s. au XXIe siècle (ENS 2007)

The Mediterranean in Historical Perspective (graduate) (NYU) – fall, 2006                          

Conversations of the West: Middle Ages (NYU) – spring, 2006

Approaches to Historical Research and Writing (graduate) (NYU) – fall, 2005

MA Pro-Seminar (graduate) (NYU) – fall, 2004

                                Literature of the Field: Europe, 20th Century (graduate) (NYU) – spring, 2004

Literature of the Field: Cultural History (graduate) (NYU) – fall, 2002

Participant, 3rd year Methods Seminar (graduate) (NYU) – fall, 2002

Literature of the Field: Europe, 19th Century (graduate) (NYU) – spring, 2002

The Balkans (NYU)—autumn, 2000

Greece and Western Europe, 1700-1900 (NYU)—autumn, 1999; autumn, 2002

Conversations of the West: Enlightenment (NYU)—autumn 1998, ’99, ’00; spring, 2002

Modern Greek History (NYU)—spring, 1999; spring, 2004

Nationalism in Greece and the Balkans (graduate) (NYU)—spring, 1999

The Eastern Question, 1774-1923 (NYU)—autumn, 1998

World History, 3500BCE-500 CE (UCLA)

World History, modern period (UCLA)

Methodology of Teaching World History (graduate) (UCLA)

Southeastern Europe, 1500-1918 (UCLA)

Southeastern Europe, 1918-present (UCLA)

Modern Balkans in Historical Perspective (Deep Springs College)

Introduction to New Testament Exegesis (Deep Springs College)

Intensive Introductory New Testament Greek (Deep Springs College)

Western Civilization, ancient period to the Renaissance (Loyola Marymount)

Western Civilization, the Renaissance to the modern period (Loyola Marymount)

Western Religious Traditions: Judaism, Christianity, Islam (UC Riverside)

Islam and the West (UC Riverside)

Introduction to Islam (UC Riverside)

                                History of the Middle East: Survey (as teaching assistant, UC Berkeley)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS:

AMERICAN ACADEMY of RELIGION

AMERICAN HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION

ASSOCIATION FOR THE STUDY OF NATIONALITIES

MIDDLE EAST STUDIES ASSOCIATION

MODERN GREEK STUDIES ASSOCIATION

LANGUAGES:

ENGLISH, FRENCH, GREEK, HEBREW, ITALIAN, SPANISH, TURKISH

REFERENCES:

                Administrative/Exective:

                                Monique Canto-Sperber, Directrice Émerite, École Normale Supérieure, Paris

                                Tom Carew, Dean of the Faculty, New York University

Richard Foley, Vice Chancellor, Dean of the Faculty emeritus, New York University

                                David McLaughlin, Provost, New York University

                                John Sexton, President, New York University

                                Joseph Juliano, Vice Provost & Associate Vice Chancellor, New York University

                                Celeste Schenck, President, American University in Paris

                Academic:

Dimitri Gondicas, Executive Director, Program in Hellenic Studies, Princeton University

                                Antony Molho, Professor Emeritus, Brown University & European University Institute

                                David N. Myers, Chairman, Department of History, UCLA

                                Mark Mazower, Chairman, Department of History, Columbia University

                                Gilles Pécout, Chairman, Department of History, École Normale Supérieure, Paris

                                Larry Wolff, Director, Center for European & Mediterranean Studies, NYU