Richard Clogg

Richard Clogg

RICHARD CLOGG is an Emeritus Fellow of St Antony’s College, Oxford. He read history at the University of Edinburgh and has taught at the University of Edinburgh, at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies and at King’s College of the University of London, where latterly he was Professor of Modern Balkan History.

(in chronological order 1966-2016)


(a) ‘The Bible Society in Pontos. A note concerning the activities of the British and Foreign Bible  Society in the Eparchy of Khaldia during the early nineteenth century’, Arkheion Pontou, xxviii (1966) 161-166.


(a)  ‘Early modern Greek printed books in the library of the British School at Athens’, O

  Eranistis, v (1967) 96-104.

(b) ‘Notes on some karamanli books printed before 1850 now in British libraries, with particular reference to the Bible translations of the British and Foreign Bible Society’, Mikrasiatika Khronika, xiii (1967) 521-563.

(c) ‘O Parsons kai o Fisk sto gymnasio tis Khiou to 1820’, O Eranistis, v (1967) 177-193.


(a)  ‘The publication and distribution of karamanli texts by the British and Foreign Bible Society before 1850’, Journal of Ecclesiastical History, xix (1968) pts. 1 and 2, 57-81, 171-193.

(b) ‘Some Protestant tracts printed at the press of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in  Constantinople: 1818-1820’, Eastern Churches Review, ii (1968) 152-164.


(a) ‘The “Dhidhaskalia  Patriki” (1798): an Orthodox reaction to French revolutionary propaganda’, Middle Eastern Studies, v (1969) 87-115.

(b) ‘The correspondence of Adhamantios Korais with the British and Foreign Bible Society (1808)’, Greek Orthodox Theological Review, xiv (1969) 65-84.

(c) ‘The correspondence of Adhamantios Korais with Thomas Burgess, 1789-1792’, Anzeiger der philologisch-historischen Klasse der Ősterreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, 106 Jahrgang, 1969, 40-72.


(a) ‘The foundation of the Smyrna Bible Society (1818)’, Mikrasiatika Khronika, xiv (1970) 31-49.


(a) ‘Benjamin Barker's journal of a tour in Thrace (1823)’, University of Birmingham Historical Journal, xii (1971) 243-260.

(b) ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. World events in 1970,  ccxii (London: Longman, 1971) 183-185.


(a)  Editor, with George Yannopoulos, Greece under military rule (London, Secker and Warburg:  New York, Basic Books 1972), 272 pp.. Own contribution: ‘The ideology of the “Revolution of 21 April 1967”’, 36-58.

(b) Translation from the French of, and introduction to, Athenian [Rodis Roufos], Inside the Colonels’ Greece (London: Chatto and Windus, New York, W.W. Norton, 1972)  215pp.

(c) ‘Two accounts of the academy of Ayvalık (Kydonies) in 1818-1819’, Revue des Études sud-est européenes, x (1972) 633-667.

(d) ‘Smyrna in 1821: documents from the Levant Company archives in the Public Record Office’, Mikrasiatika Khronika, xv (1972) 313-371.

(e)  ‘Greece'’ The Annual Register. World events in 1971, ccxiii (London: Longman, 1972) 180-183.

(f) (Review article) Steven Runciman, The Great Church in captivity. A study of the patriarchate of Constantinople from the eve of the Turkish conquest to the Greek war of independence (Cambridge 1968), Middle Eastern Studies, viii (1972) 247-257.


(a) Editor, The struggle for Greek independence. Essays to mark the 150th anniversary of the Greek war of independence (London:, Macmillan: Hamden, Connecticut, Archon Books, 1973) 259pp. Own contribution: ‘Aspects of the movement for Greek independence’, 1-40.

(b) ‘A little-known Orthodox neo-martyr, Athanasios of Smyrna (1819)’, Eastern Churches Review, v (1973) 28-36.

(c)  ‘The Colonels without the King’, The World Today, xxix (1973) 273-276.

(d) ‘Greece’ The Annual Register. World events in 1972, cciv (London: Longman, 1973) 174-177.


(a)  ‘Greece and the Cyprus crisis’, The World Today, xxx (1974) 364-8.

(b)  ‘Griechenland und die Zypern-Krise’, Europa Archiv. Zeitschrift für Internationale Politik, xxix (1974) 633-638. Translation of 1974a.

(c) ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. World events in 1973,  ccxv (London 1974) 189-192.


(a)  Editor, with Phyllis Auty, British policy towards wartime resistance in Yugoslavia and Greece, (London: Macmillan/School of Slavonic and East European Studies: New York, Barnes and Noble/SSEES, 1975) 308pp. Own contribution:   ‘“Pearls from Swine”:  The Foreign Office papers, S.0.E. and the Greek resistance’, 167-205.

(b)  ‘Greek perspectives after the elections’, The World Today, xxxi (1975) 7-14.

(c)  ‘Griechenlands Aussichten nach den Wahlen’, Europa Archiv. Zeitschrift für internationale Politik, xxx (1975) 7-14. Translation of 1975b.

(d) ‘A karamanlidika inscription from Mount Athos (1818)’, Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, i (1975) 207-210.

(e)  ‘Karamanlis’ cautious success: the background’, Government and Opposition, x (1975) 332-353.

(f)  ‘A further note on the French newspapers of İstanbul during the revolutionary period (1795-97)’, Belleten Türk Tarih Kurumu, xxxix (1975) 483-492.

(g)  ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. World events in 1974, ccxvi (London:Longman, 1975) 190-191. 


(a) Translator and editor, The movement for Greek independence 1770-1821: a collection of documents, (London: Macmillan/School of Slavonic and East European Studies: New York, Barnes and Noble/SSEES, 1976) 236pp.

(b) I Ellada kato apo stratiotiko zygo, (Athens: Papazisis. 1976) 406pp. Translation of 1972a.

(c)  ‘Anti-Clericalism in pre-independence Greece, 1750-1821’ in Derek Baker, ed., The Orthodox Churches and the West, Studies  in Church History XIII  (Oxford  1976) 257-276.

(d)   ‘Balkan kaleidoscope’, The World Today, xxxii (1976) 301-307.

(e)  ‘Greece’, Annual Register. World events in 1975,  ccxvii (London: Longman, 1976) 165-168.


(a) ‘Greece’ in Martin Macauley, ed., Communist power in Europe 1944-49, (London, Macmillan/School of Slavonic and East European Studies, 1977) 184-198.

(b) ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. World events in 1976,  ccxviii (London: Longman, 1977) 167-170.


(a) E. Barker, Ph. Auty and R. Clogg, Britanska politika na Balkanu u II svjetskom ratu (Zagreb, Globus 1978) 508pp. Incorporates translation of 1975a :  Britanska politika prema pokretu otpora u Jugoslaviji I Grčkoj.

(b)  ‘Some karamanlidika inscriptions from the monastery of the Zoodokhos Pigi, Balıklı, Istanbul’, Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, iv (1978) 55-67.

(c)   ‘Elections in Greece’, West European Politics, i (1978) 252-4.

(d) ‘Greece:  the end of consensus politics’, The World Today, xxxiv (1978) 184-191.

(e)  ‘Griechenland: das Ende des innenpolitischen Konsenses. Die Situation nach den Wahlen vom November 1977’, Europa Archiv. Zeitschrift fur Internationale Politik, xxx (1978) 231-240. Translation of 1978e.

(f) Articles and revision of existing articles on Greece and Cyprus for Everyman Encyclopaedia 6th edition (London 1978).

(g) ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. World events in 1977,  ccxix (London: Longman, 1978) 164-166.


(a)   A  short  history  of  modern  Greece (Cambridge University Press 1979) pp. 241.

(b) ‘The Greek political context’, in Loukas Tsoukalis, ed., Greece and the European Community, (Farnborough, Hants., Saxon House, 1979), 108-127.

(c) ‘Elite and popular culture in Greece under Turkish rule’, Indiana Social Studies Quarterly, xxxii (1979) 69-88.

(d) ‘The Greek government-in-exile 1941-4’, The International History Review, i (1979) 376-398.

(e)  ‘An attempt to revive Turkish printing in Istanbul in 1779’, International Journal of Middle East Studies, x (1979) 67- 70.

(f)  ‘Greece joins Europe’, The World Today, xxxv (1979) 272-74.

(g) Articles on Greece and Cyprus for Hamlyn Encyclopaedia of Modern History (London 1979).

(h)  ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. World events in 1978,  ccxx (London: Longman, 1979) 161-163. 


(a) ‘The library of the Levant Company’s factory in Smyrna (1805)’, in Neoellinikos Diaphotismos.  Aphieroma ston K. Th. Dimaras, (Athens: Omilos Meletis Ellinikou Diaphotismou, 1980), 112-124.

(b) ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. A record of world events 1979, ccxxi (London: Longman, 1980) 170-172.


(a) With Mary Jo Clogg, World Bibliographical Series vol.127: Greece, (Oxford: Clio Press:  Santa Barbara, American Bibliographical Centre-Clio Press 1981) 228pp.

(b)  Editor, Balkan society in the age of Greek independence. (London: Macmillan/Centre of Contemporary Greek Studies:  New York, Barnes and Noble, 1981) 248pp. Own contribution: ‘The Greek mercantile bourgeoisie: "progressive" or reactionary”?,’ 85-110. 

(c)  Modern Greece, (London 1981). Historical Association General Series no. 101. 36pp.

(d)  ‘The Special Operations Executive in Greece’, in John O. Iatrides, ed., Greece in the 1940s. A Nation in Crisis (Hanover and London: University of New England Press, 1981) 102-118.

(e)  I periodos 1941-1981’ in Ellada: istoria kai politismos, vol. vi, To neo elliniko kratos: i istoria (Thessaloniki: Malliaris-Paideia, 1981) 210-269.

(f)  ‘Greece: the Year of the Green Sun’, The World Today, xxxvii (1981) 401-404.

(g) ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. A record of world events 1980, ccxiii (London: Longman 1981) 172-174.


(a) ‘The Greek millet in the Ottoman Empire’, in Benjamin Braude and Bernard Lewis, eds., Christians and Jews in the Ottoman Empire: The functioning of a plural society. vol. i The Central Lands (New York: Holmes and Meier, 1982) 185-207.

(b)  ‘The Greek elections of 1981’, Electoral Studies, i (1982) 95-99.

(c) ‘The Smyrna “rebellion” of 1797: some documents from the British archives’, Deltio Kentrou Mikrasiatikon Spoudon, iii (1982) 71-125.

(d) ‘Greece’, The Annual Register.  A record of world events 1981, ccxiii (London: Longman, 1982) 177-180.


(a)  Editor, Greece in the 1980s, (London: Macmillan/Centre of Contemporary Greek Studies: New York, St Martin's Press, 1983) 270pp. Own contribution:  ‘Troubled alliance: Greece and Turkey’, 123-149.

(b) ‘Greece’ in Vernon Bogdanor and David Butler, eds., Democracy and elections:  electoral systems and their political consequences, (Cambridge University Press 1983) 190-208.

(c)  ‘Greece at the crossroads’, Current Affairs Bulletin, lix (no. 12) (1983) 4-15.

(d) ‘The Vlachs of Macedonia: some British perspectives’, Anuarul Institutului de Istorie și Arheologie A.D. Xenopol (Supliment IV) (Jassy 1983) 17-26.

(e) ‘Korais and the movement for Greek independence’, History Today, xxxiii (October 1983) 10-14.

(f) ‘PASOK in power: rendezvous with history or with reality?’, The World Today (November 1983) 436-442.

(g)  ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. A record of world events 1982, ccxiv (London: Longman, 1983) 173-176. 


(a) Syntomi istoria tis neoteris Elladas. Apo tin parakmi kai ptosi tou Vyzantiou mekhri ti metapolitefsi tou 1974. (Athens: Kardamitsa, 1984) 347pp. Translation of 1979a.

(b) ‘Korais and England’, Praktika Synedriou ‘Korais kai Khios’ (Athens 1984) i, 343-348.

(c) ‘I Ypiresia Eidikon Epikheiriseon (SOE) stin Ellada’ in John Iatrides, ed., I Ellada sti dekaetia 1940-1950. Ena Ethnos se krisi, (Athens: Themelio, 1984) 177-199. Translation of 1981d.

(d) ‘Greece’, The  Annual Register. A record of world events 1983, ccxxv (London: Longman, 1984) 167-169.


(a) ‘Politics and the Academy: Arnold Toynbee and the Koraes Chair’, Middle Eastern Studies, xxi (1985) v-xi, 1-117.

(b) ‘Sense of the past in pre-independence Greece’, in Roland Sussex and J.C. Eade, eds., Culture and nationalism in nineteenth century Eastern Europe (Columbus, Ohio: Slavica Publishers/ Humanities Research Centre, Australian National University, 1985) 7-30.

(c) ‘Eclipse and rebirth. From the Ottoman period to modern Greece’ in Robert Browning, ed., The Greek world: classical, byzantine and modern (London: Thames and Hudson, 1985) 301-320.

(d) ‘King’s College, London and Greece, 1915-1922’  in C. Svolopoulos, ed., Greece and Great Britain during World War (Thessaloniki: Institute of Balkan Studies 1985) 193-210.

(e) ‘“Eide ston Tourko vasilevei i adikia kai i arpagi”: the Smyrna “rebellion” of 1797’ in Economies Mediterraneennes: equilibres et intercommunications xiii-xixe siecles, Actes du Ile Colloque Internationale d’Histoire, Centre de Recherches Néohelléniques, Fondation Nationale de la Recherche Scientifique (Athens 1985) i, 415-427.

 (f) ‘The 1985 constitutional crisis in Greece’, Journal of Modern Hellenism, ii (1985) 103-112.

(g)  ‘Greece', The Annual Register. A record of world events 1984,  ccxxvi (London: Longman, 1985) 175-177. 


(a) Politics and the Academy:  Arnold Toynbee and the Koraes Chair (London: Frank Cass in association with the Centre of Contemporary Greek Studies, 1986) pp. v + 117. Same text as 1985a. See also 2015(a)

(b)  A short history of modern  Greece (Cambridge University Press 1986)  2nd revised edition,  244pp.

(c)‘Griechenland im Krisenjahr 1985: innenpolitische Entwicklungen und aussenpolitische Perspektiven’, Europa Archiv. Zeitschrift für Internationale Politik, xli (1986) 137-144.

(d) ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. A record of world events 1985,  ccxxvii (London: Longman, 1986) 169-171. 


(a)  Parties  and  elections  in Greece:  the search  for legitimacy (London: C. Hurst and Co: Durham, N.C. Duke University Press, 1987) pp. xvii+ 268pp.

(b) ‘A case study in bias and distortion: Channel Four's film on Greece’s civil war, Encounter, lxviii  (February 1987) 70-77. [This was Encounter’s title. The original title was ‘Camera obscura: Channel Four’s film on Greece’s civil war.’]

(c)   ‘Greece - the “Black Hole” revisited’, Index on Censorship, xvi (1987) 19-21.

(d)  ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. A record of world events 1986,  ccxxvii (London: Longman, 1987) 172-174.


(a) ‘The Byzantine legacy in the modern Greek world: the Megali Idea’ in Lowell Clucas, ed., The Byzantine legacy in Eastern Europe (New York: Columbia University Press, 1988) (East European Monographs) 253-281.

(b) ‘The Greeks and their past’ in Dennis Deletant and Harry Hanak, eds., Historians as nation builders: Central and South-Eastern Europe (London: Macmillan/School of Slavonic and East European Studies, 1988) 15-31.

(c) ‘Marcu Beza and the development of Romanian studies in England’, in  I. Agrigoroaiei, Gh. Buzatu and V. Cristian, eds., Românii in Istoria Universalǎ, (Jassy: University of Jassy Press, 1988) vol. iii, 351-365. 

(d)  ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. A record of world events 1987, ccxxix (London: Longman, 1988) 183-185. 


(a) ‘Quakers and the movement for Greek independence’ in Evangelos Konstantinou and Ursula Wiedenmann, eds., Europäischer Philhellenismus. Ursachen und Wirkungen, Philhellenische Studien Band I (Neuried: 1989) 103-21.

(b) ‘King's College, London kai Ellada, 1915-1922’ in Thanos Veremis and G. Goulimi, eds., Eleftherios Venizelos. Koinonia - oikonomia - politiki stin epokhi tou (Athens: Ekdoseis Gnosi, 1989) 145-167. Translation of 1985d.

(c)  ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. A record of world events 1988,  ccxxx (London: Longman, 1989) 190-193.


(a)  ‘The educational and political activities of the Chiot community in England during the early twentieth century’ in Kaiti Papamikhail-Negreponte, ed., Khios kai Emporio. Praktika V Diethnous Synedriou Khiou gia tin Istoria kai ton Politismo tou Nisiou (Athens 1990) 87-91.

(b)  ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. A record of world events 1989, ccxxxi (London: Longman, 1980) 186-189.


(a)  ‘Greek-Turkish relations in the post-1974 period’, in Dimitri Constas, ed., The Greek-Turkish conflict in the 1990s. Domestic and external influences (London: Macmillan, 1991) 12-23.

(b) ‘I “Enosi Kentrou”: oi phileleftheroi stin exousia’ in O Phileleftherismos stin Ellada: phileftheri theoria kai praktiki stin politiki kai stin koinonia tis Ellados (Athens 1991) 119-130.

(c)   ‘Greece’, The Annual Register.  A record of world events 1990,  ccxxxii, London: Longman, 1991) 188-191.


(a) A concise history of Greece (Cambridge University Press 1992) 257pp. (Cambridge Concise Histories)

(b) ‘Anadolu Hıristiyan Karindașlarımız: the Turkish speaking Greeks of Asia Minor’, in John Burke and Stathis Gauntlett, eds., Neohellenism (Canberra 1992) Humanities Research Centre Monograph no. 5, 65-91.

(c) ‘Two American philhellenes at the Academy of Chios in 1820’ in Evangelos Konstantinou, ed., Europäischer Philhellenismus. Die europäische philhellenische Literatur bis zur 1. Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts (Philhellenische Studien Band 2) (Frankfurt 1992) 31-39.

(d)  ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. A record of world events 1991, ccxxxiii (London: Longman, 1992) 143-146.


(a) Editor, Greece, 1981-89. The populist decade (London: Macmillan/School of Slavonic and East European Studies; New York: St Martin's Press, 1993) 194pp.

Own contribution: ‘Introduction: the PASOK phenomenon’, pp.viii-xiii.

(b) Syntomi istoria tis neoteris Elladas. Apo tin parakmi kai ptosi tou Vyzantiou mekhri ti metapolitefsi tou 1974. Triti ekdosi apo ti defteri sympliromeni Angliki ekdosi (Athens: Kardamitsa, 1993) 349pp. Translation of 1986b.

(c) ‘The British School at Athens and the modern history of Greece’, Journal of Modern Hellenism, x (1993) 91-109.

(d) ‘The “ingenious enthusiasm” of Dr. Burrows and the “unsatiated hatred” of Professor Toynbee’, Modern Greek Studies Yearbook, ix (1993) 75-98.

(e) ‘Greece and the Balkans in the 1990s’ in Harry J. Psomiades and Stavros B. Thomadakis, Greece, the new Europe and the changing international order (New York: Pella, 1993) 421-35.

(f) ‘R. M. Burrows’ in C.S. Nicholls, ed., The Dictionary of National Biography: Missing Persons (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1993) 106-7.

(g)  ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. A record of world events 1992, ccxxxiv (London: Longman, 1993) 95-98.


(a) ‘Greeks’ in Felipe Fernández-Armesto, ed., The Times Guide to the Peoples of Europe (London: Times Books, 1994) 207-16.

(b) ‘Some aspects of the philhellenic press in Britain during the early 19th century’ in Evangelos Konstantinou, ed., Europäischer Philhellenismus. Die europäische philhellenische Presse bis zur I. Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts. Philhellenische Studien Band 3 (Frankfurt am Main 1994) 19-30.

(c)  ‘The Greek war of independence’ in Peter Catterall and Richard Vinen, eds., Europe 1815-1870 (Oxford 1994) 70-77.

(d)  ‘Turmoil in Transcaucasia’, The World Today, l (1994) 3-5.

(e)   Güney Kafkasya’da karmaşa’, Ogni Sǩani Nena. Kültür Dergisi, I (no. 6), September-October 1994, 8-10. (Translation of 1994d) [Ogni Sǩani Nena is the first periodical to be published partly in the Laz language]

(f)  ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. A record of world events 1993,  ccxxxv (London: Longman, 1994) 96-99.


(a) Synoptiki istoria tis Elladas 1770-1990 (Athens: Istoritis 1995) 279pp. Greek translation of 1992a.

(b)   Vretania kai Ellada (London: Foreign and Commonwealth Office, 1995) 36pp.

(c)  ‘Greece’ in I.C.B. Dear and M.R.D. Foot, eds., The Oxford Companion to the Second World War (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1995) 504-10

(d)  Sections of the entry on Greece in The New Encyclopaedia Britannica, volume XX (Chicago 1995) 178, 186-89, 194-204.

(e) ‘Modern Greek history’ in Blue Guide: Greece, ed. Robin Barber (London: A&C Black, 1995) 49-55.

(f) ‘British preparations for post-occupation resistance in Greece during the winter of 1940-1941’ in To epos 1940-1941 Mnimi Pentikontaetiridas (Athens: Istoriki kai Ethnologiki Etaireia tis Ellados, nd [1995]) 31-37.

(g)   76 entries on Greece in The American Historical Association Guide to Historical Literature, Third Edition, eds., Mary Beth Norton and Pamela Gerardi (New York: Oxford University Press, 1995) II, 1040-1043.

(h) ‘Greece’, The Annual Register: A record of world events 1994, ccxxxvi (London: Catermill, 1995) 100-103.


(a)  Anatolica: studies in the history of the Greek East in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries (Aldershot: Variorum, 1996) ‘I kath'imas Anatoli: the Greek East in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries’ 1-7pp; plus reprints of 1982a; 1992b; 1988a; 1969a; 1979c; 1984c; 1976c; 1985e; 1981b; 1985b; 1978b; 1971a; 1968b; 1973b; 1969b; 1975f; 1979e.

(b)  Storia della Grecia moderna dalla caduta dell'imperio bizantino a oggi (Milan: Bompiani, 1996) 301pp. Updated translation of 1986b.

(c)  ‘Greece’, The Annual Register: A record of world events 1995, ccxxxvii (London:  Catermill, 1996) 94-97. 


(a) Geschichte Griechenlands im 19. und 20. Jahrhundert (Cologne: Romiosini Verlag, 1997). 330pp. Updated translation of 1992a.

(b)   Modern Yunanistan tarihi (Istanbul: İletișim, 1997). Translation of 1992a.

(c)   ‘After Independence’ in Brian A. Sparkes, ed., Greek Civilization: an introduction (Oxford: Blackwell, 1997) 296-310.

(d)  ‘Cousins and Allies:  British and American misunderstandings over Greece during the Second World War’, Journal of Modern Hellenism, XIV (1997) 105-118.

(e)   ‘Andreas Papandreou: a political profile’, Mediterranean Politics, i (1996) 382-7.

(f)  ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. A record of world events 1996, ccxxxviii (London: Keesing’s, 1997) 90-93.


(a) Historia de Grecia (Madrid: Cambridge University Press, 1998) 254pp. Updated translation 1992a.

(b) ‘The rediscovery of antiquity in the Greek world 1770-1821’ in Evangelos Konstantinou, ed., Die Rezeption der Antike und der Europäische Philhellenismus (Frankfurt 1998)  27-35.

(c)  (Review Article) ‘Greece in the Balkans’,  Dialogos: Hellenic Studies Review,  v (1998)  65-75.

(d)  ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. A record of world events 1997,  ccxxxix, (London: Keesing’s, 1998) 95-97.


(a) Editor, The Greek diaspora in the twentieth century (London: Macmillan in association with St Antony’s College, Oxford: New York St Martin’s Press, 1999) 190pp. Own contribution: ‘The Greek diaspora: the historical context’, 1-23.

(b)  ‘A millet within a millet: the karamanlides’, in Dimitri Gondicas and Charles Issawi, eds., Ottoman Greeks in the age of nationalism: politics, economy and society in the nineteenth century (Princeton: The Darwin Press, 1999) 115-142.  (Revised version of 1992b)

(c) ギリシャ近現代史Girisha kingendaishi (Tokyo: Shinhyoron, 1999) 268pp.  Translation of 1992a.

(d)   Rewriting of entries on Greece for Microsoft Encarta.

(e)  ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. A record of world events 1998, vol. ccxxxx (London: Keesing’s, 1999) 101-104. 


(a)   Anglo-Greek attitudes: studies in history (London: Macmillan in association with St Antony's College, Oxford: New York St Martin's Press, 2000) 207pp.  ‘Anglo-Greek attitudes: an introduction’ (1-18: 166-171); ‘“Distant cousins”: SOE and OSS at odds over Greece’ (108-143: 182-196); plus reprints of 1993c; 1993d; 1981d; 1975a; 1979d.

(b)  Istorija Grchke Novog Doba (Belgrade: Clio) 282pp. Translation of 1992a.

(c)  ‘Grčki nacionalizam kao majka svih nacionalizama’ in Carole Hodge and Mladen Grbin, eds., Europa i Nacionalizam: nacionalni identitet naspram nacionalnoj netrpeljivosti (Zagreb: Durieux, 2000) 17-22.

(d) ‘The Greek merchant companies in Transylvania’, in Heinz-Dietrich Löwe, Günther H. Tontsch and Stefan Troebst, eds., Minderheiten, Regionalbewusstein und Zentralismus in Ostmitteleuropa,  Siebenbürgisches Archiv 35 (Cologne: 2000) 161-169.

(e)  ‘British perspectives on Greek-Turkish relations in the aftermath of World War II’ in Aldo Chircop, Andre Gerolymatos and John Iatrides, eds., The Aegean sea after the Cold War:  security and law of the sea issues (London: Macmillan) 17-31.

(f)  ‘The Balkan dimension: perspectives on the threshold of the 21st century’ in G. Kassimatis, ed., 150 Khronia Ellinikou Koinovouleftikou Viou 1844-1994 (Athens: P.N. Sakkoulas) 291-296

(g) ‘Greek history’ in Central and South-Eastern Europe (London: Europa Publications) 357-361.

(h)  ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. A record of world events 1999, vol. ccxxxxi (London: Keesing’s, 2000) 100-103. 


(a) ‘I Elliniki Diaspora: mia eisagogi’ in Marina Frangos, ed., Atlas tis Ellinikis Diasporas (Athens: Ekdoseis Alexandros, 2001) vol .i  35-45.

(b) ‘Greece’, The Annual Register. A record of world events 2000, vol. ccxxxxii (London: Keesing’s, 2001) 90-93.

(c)  Entry on ‘The Greek war of independence’, Microsoft Encarta (European edition)


(a) A concise history of Greece (Cambridge University Press 2002) 291pp. 2nd revised edition (Cambridge Concise Histories)


(b) Greece 1940-1949: occupation, resistance, civil war. A documentary history (London:  Palgrave Macmillan, 2002) 235 pp.

(c) Editor, Minorities in Greece: aspects of a plural society (London: Hurst & Company, 2002) 203pp.  Introduction vi-xviii.

(d) Introduction to reprint of C.M. Woodhouse, The struggle for Greece 1941-1949 (London: Hurst & Company, 2002) ix-xxv.

(e) Amendments to ‘Greek history’ in  Central and South-Eastern Europe (London: Europa Publications, 2002).

(f) Articles on the Panhellenic Socialist Movement and New Democracy for the Encyclopaedia Britannica.


(a)  Synoptiki istoria tis Elladas 1770-2000 (Athens: Katoptro, 2003) 332pp.

Greek translation of 2002a

(b) 錯過進化的國度 : 希臘的現代化之路Cuo guo jin hua de guo du : xi la de xian dai hua zhi lu (Taipei: Annual Rings Cultural Enterprise, 2003)  310pp.  Translation of  2002a.

(c) Kratka istoriya na Grtsiya (Plovdiv: Izdatelstvo Pygmalion, 2003) 298pp. Translation of  2002a.

(d) ‘The classics and the movement for Greek independence’, in Margriet Haagsma, Pim den Boer, Eric Moormann, eds., The impact of classical Greece on European and national identities: proceedings of an international colloquium, held at the Netherlands Institute at Athens, 2-4 October 2000 Studies of the Netherlands Institute at Athens (Amsterdam: J.C. Gieben, 2003) 25-46.

(e) ‘Writing the history of Greece: forty years on’, Kambos: Cambridge Papers in Modern Greek, No.11 (2003)  25-40. 


(a) I kath'imas Anatoli: studies in Ottoman Greek History, Analecta Isisiana LXXVII (Istanbul: The Isis Press, 2004) 410pp.  Preface (7-16) plus reprints of 1988(b);  1969(c); 1982(c); 1974(c); 1970(a); 1972(c); 1992(d); 2003(c); 1972(d); 1973(a);  1989(a); 1975(e); 1967(b); 1968 (a); 1999(b).

(b) Histori e Permbledhur e Greqisë  (Tirana: Botimet Toena/Shtëpia e Librit Dhe e Komunikimit, 2004) 260pp.  Translation of 1992a.

(c) ギリシャの歴史Girisha no rekishi (Tokyo: Sodosha, 2004). Translation of 2002a.

(c) Editor, I Elliniki diaspora ston eikosto aiona (Athens: Ellinika Grammata, 2004) 332pp. Translation of 1999a.

(d) ‘Enlightening “a poor, oppressed, and darkened nation”: some early activities of the British and Foreign Bible Society in the Levant’, in Stephen Batalden, Kathleen Cann and John Dean, eds., Sowing the word: the cultural impact of the British and Foreign Bible Society 1804-2004 (Sheffield: Sheffield Phoenix Press, 2004) 234-250.

(e) ‘Greeks bearing chairs: chairs bearing Greeks’ in Istoriographia tis neoteris kai synkhronis Elladas 1832-2002, II (Athens: Kentro Neoellinikon Erevnon Ethnikou Idrymatos Erevnon, 2004) 715-723.

(f)   ‘Some reflections on the history of the Greek diaspora’ in Mikhalis Damanakis, Vasilis Kardasis, Theodosia Mikhelakaki and Antonis Khourdakis, eds., Istoria tis Neoellinikis Diasporas: erevna kai didaskalia (Rethymnon: Ergastirio Diapolitismikon kai Metanasteftikon Meleton, 2004) 75-79.

(i)  Entry on C.M. Woodhouse in Dictionary of National Biography.


(a)  ‘The modern Greek Enlightenment and the Aegean’ in Evangelos Konstantinou, ed., Ägäis und Europa (Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, 2005) 303-310.

(b) ‘Greece’ in John Merriman and Jay Winter, eds., Europe 1789 to 1914: encyclopedia of the age of industry and empire (Detroit: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 2006) vol. ii 1018-1023.


(a)  Scurtă istorie a Greciei (Bucharest: Polirom, 2006) 309pp.  Translation of 2002a.

(b)  Historia Grecji nowożytnej (Warsaw: Książka i Wiedza, 2006) 360pp. Translation of 2002a.

(c) A concise history of Greece. 希腊简史Xila jianshi (Shanghai: Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press, 2006). 291pp. English language reprint, with bilingual cover, of 2002a.

(d) “Negotiations of a complicated character”: Don Stott’s “adventures” in Athens, October/November 1943"', in Mark Seaman, ed., Special Operations Executive: a new instrument of war (London: Routledge, 2006) 148-156.


(a) ‘Defining the diaspora: the case of the Greeks’, Kambos: Cambridge Papers in Modern Greek, XV (2007) 1-22. Revised version of 1999a. 


  1. Editor, Bearing gifts to Greeks: humanitarian aid to Greece in the 1940s (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008) 243pp. Own contribution: ‘Introduction: ‘Bearing Gifts to Greeks’, 1-13.
  1. ‘George Finlay and the modern history of Greece: a bicentennial retrospect’, in Encarnación Motos Guirao and Moschos Morfakidis Filactos, eds., Polyptychon. Homenaje a Ioannis Hassiotis. Aphieroma ston Ioanni Khasioti (Granada: Centro de Estudios Bizantinos, Neogriegos y Chipriotas, 2008) 163-173.


  1. ‘Academics at War: the British School at Athens during the First World War,’ Michael Llewellyn Smith, Paschalis M. Kitromilides and Eleni Calligas, eds., Scholars, travels, archives: Greek history and culture through the British School at Athens, (London: British School at Athens, 2009) 163-177.


(a) ‘Publishing for “the poor, ignorant, and oppressed Christians of Lesser Asia”:  early “Greco-Turkish” translations of the British and Foreign Bible Society’ in Evangelia Balta and Mehmet Ölmez, eds., Between religion and language: Turkish-speaking Christians, Jews and Greek-speaking Muslims and Catholics in the Ottoman Empire (İstanbul: Eren, 2011) 225-244. 


(a)  Historia Grecji. Od narodzin państwa greckiego 1770 do współczesności (Wroclaw 2012). Translation of 2002a with new concluding chapter by Elzbiete Frankowska. 

(b) ‘O Syntagmatarkhis Papadopoulos kai i apoplanisi tis Miteras ton Koinovoulion’ in Despina Papadimitriou and Serapheim Sepheriades, eds., Atheates opseis tis istorias: keimena aphieromena ston Giani Gianoulopoulo (Athens: Ekdoseis Asini, 2012) 115-136.


(a) A concise history of Greece ( Cambridge University Press, 2013) Third, revised edition. 321pp.

(b) ‘Le premier contact d’Arnold Toynbee avec le Levant: note sur “A Study of History”,’ Anatoli, IV (2013) 169-182.

(c)  (Review article) Artemis Cooper, Patrick Leigh Fermor: an adventure (London: John Murray, 2012), Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, XXXVII (2013) 300-302.


(a) Miscellanea Graecoturcica. Essays on Greek and Turkish history (Istanbul: The Isis Press, 2015)  Analecta Isisiana CXXXIV, 246pp. Preface 7-12 and ‘Arnold Toynbee, the Koraes Chair, and The Western Question in Greece and Turkey:  a controversy revisited,’ 13-64. See also 1986a. Plus reprints of  2004d; 2011a; 2005a; 2008b; 2009a; 2000e; 1983a; 1991a;  2000d; 1999a; 2004f; 2004e; 2003e.

(b) Synoptiki istoria tis Elladas 1770-2013 (Athens: Ekdoseis Katoptro, 2015) 453pp. Translation of  2013a.

(c) Yunanistan’ın kısa tarihi (Istanbul: Boğaziçi Üniversitesi Yayınevi, 2015) 311pp.Translation of 2013a.

(d)  ‘Griechenland im Zweiten Weltkrieg’ Ulf -Dieter Klemm and Wolfgang Schultheiss, eds., Die Krise in Griechenland. Ursprünge, Verlauf, Folgen (Frankfurt: Campus Verlag, 2015)  285-298.

(e) ‘The Sovereign Base Areas [in Cyprus]: colonialism redivivus?’, Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies,  XXIX (2015) 138-150.


(a) ‘The study of the modern history of Greece in British universities’ in Anna Karapanou, ed., Ellino-Vretanikes skheseis. Ptykhes tis prosphatis istorias tous.

British-Greek relations: Aspects of their recent history, (Athens: Idryma tis Voulis ton Ellinon, 2016) 29-42.

(b) ‘”The smell of Smyrna … is neither a Greek nor a Moslem smell.” Toynbee, Greece and the Levant,’ in Anastasia Yiangou, Giorgos Kazamias and Robert Holland, eds., The Greeks and the British in the Levant, 1800-1960s: between empires and nations (Farnham: Ashgate, 2016)  255-282.

(c)  Historia de Grecia (Madrid: Akal, 2016) 361pp. Translation of 2013a.

(d) Grecia dall’indipendenza a oggi (Trieste: Beit Casa Editrice, 2016). 368pp.  Translation of 2013a.