Publications

One of the basic  elements of H.H.F.’s activity is the publication of books that record modern Greek history, literature and poetry. However, H.H.F. also publishes academic research and  related studies.

H.H.F.’s aim is to produce academically sound publications that benefit both researchers and a wider readership.

H.H.F.'s titles are:

 

 

In November 1942, Turkey imposed a poll tax (Varliki) against its non-Muslim population and those who were unable to pay were sent to the labour battalions in the heart of mainland Turkey (Erzurum). This book describes the experience of the Greek Constantinopolitan citizen, K. Kiourktsoglou in those labour battalions, as recorded in his diary. This is the first time such a testimony has ever been published.

Includes music CD and a list of all graduates of Halki Seminary.

This is a study of the evolution of Greek education in the late Ottoman Empire and its subsequent fate under the Turkish Republic after 1923 with specific reference to the Greek community of Istanbul. In her work, Irini Sarioglou examines the rise of the Turkish nationalism in connection with the policy of the Turkish state regarding minorities and minority schools.

Dr Sarioglou analyzes a variety of issues including the political transformation of Turkey (under Atatürk), the impact of Kemalist dogma on
Greek education and its psychological and practical consequences for the Greek community.

This is a study of the evolution of Greek education in the late Ottoman Empire and its subsequent fate under the Turkish Republic after 1923 with specific reference to the Greek community of Istanbul. In her work, Irini Sarioglou examines the rise of the Turkish nationalism in connection with the policy of the Turkish state regarding minorities and minority schools.

Dr Sarioglou analyzes a variety of issues including the political transformation of Turkey (under Atatürk), the impact of Kemalist dogma on Greek education and its psychological and practical consequences for the Greek community.

THE TEN-DAY DIARY by Agapi Moliviatis-Venezi testimony.

Chronology of events of 6-7 September 1955 that took place in Istanbul. Includes previously unreleased report of Constantinople's then Consul V. Theodoropoulos.

(In collaboration with E.L.I.A.)

Two-volume collection of poems by 4 time award winner at the Academy of Athens, Constantinopolitan poet Dimitris K. Papakonstandinou.