ANAMED Library Talks: Alexis Rappas – Cyprus in the 1930s: The Roots of an Ongoing Conflict

As a joint organization of ANAMED and Tarih Vakfi, Library Talks continue with Alexis Rappas (Koc University). His book, Cyprus in the 1930s: British Colonial Rule and the Roots of the Cyprus Conflict (London, IB Tauris, 2014) explores British colonial attempts at social engineering by adopting a comperative approach. On the 2nd of October, Tuesday, the talk will take place in ANAMED Library at 18.00, and will be moderated by Antonis Hadjikyriacou (Bogazici University).

For more details about the talk please click here.

*The talk will be in English. Audience is limited to 80 people. Entrance will be stopped after the talk begins.