The scientific review New Sociology, an emblematic Magazine of panhellenic appeal, revives with a collector’s edition issue regarding the 1821 Hellenic Revolution anniversary. Editors in chief, Meletis Meletopoulos and Yiannis Sakiotis, summarize the review’s history and, through it, the history of Greece since the 1974 political transition. After an extensive chronology of the 1821 Revolution, Meletis Meletopoulos develops the topic “The vital myth of Navarino” and Yiannis Sakiotis makes the argument that “Western Civilization will exist as long as Greece exists.” The articles in this issue study significant aspects of the Greek War of Independence and its era, highlighting its complex historical framework, the way it is perceived through the ages, and its current imperative timeliness. Αuthors are the following intellectuals: Yorgos Karabelias, Laokrates Vassis, Costas Stamatopoulos, Costas Colmer, Anghelos Syrigos, Lefteris Koussoulis, Antonis Papagiannidis, George P. Malouhos, Spyros Koutroulis, Spyros Georghiou, Panos Panagopoulos, Zefyros Kafkalides, Dimitris Stathakopoulos, Christos Baloglou, Athanassios Fotopoulos, Anastassios Mandrapilias, Fanis Malkidis, Sotires Dimopoulos, Yorgos Tsoutsos, Nicos Koukis, Panaghiotis Pavlos.
The issue includes folk songs of the Ottoman period and the 1821 Revolution, together with lithographies and portraits of that era.
Weight 800 g Dimensions 21 × 28 cm Binding Language
Pages 224 Images 74 Drawings