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"Cyprus on the Crossroads of Travellers and Map-makers from the 15th to 20th Century"

October 18-20, 2012 - Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens

 

Session Title Speaker Proceedings
 
Inaugural Session Welcome Addresses Paris Tsartas, Constantinos Christofides, Chryssa Maltezou, Christos Zacharakis
 
 
  Inaugural Speech Stelios Christodoulou
 
 
 
Session IThe Images of Cyprus in Early Modern Times: Threads of Tradition Mapping Medieval Biblical Exegesis in the Reformation: Putting Cyprus on the Map Catherine Delano-Smith
 
 
  Cyprus in Cosmographic Narratives George Tolias
 
 
  La méthode géographique d'un humaniste: la description de Chypre de Pietro Ranzano (1427/1428 - 1492/1493) The Geographical Method of a Humanist: The Description of Cyprus by Pietro Ranzano (1427/1428 - 1492/1493) Patrick Gautier Dalché
 
 
  Cyprus in a Late Medieval Illustrated Encyclopedia of Geography Chet Van Duzer
 
 
  Dessins, plans et maquettes des ingénieurs militaires vénitiens à Chypre Designs, Plans, and Models by Venetian Military Engineers in Cyprus Gilles Grivaud
 
 
  The Chorography of Venetian Kyrenia (Cirenes) in the Mid-16th Century Katerina V. Korré
 
 
  In the Quest of Cartographers and Travelers to Cyprus During the 16th Century: The Travels of Ludwig Tschudi in 1519 Lefki Michaelidou
 
 
  Why Were Medieval Sea Charts still Being Produced Four Centuries Later? Does the Answer Lie in the Aegean? Tony Campbell
 
 
  The Silence of Ottoman Cartographer Piri Reis Concerning the Tomb of Hala Sultan in Larnaca Elizabeth A. Zachariadou
 
 
  Elijah of Pesaro and his Description of Famagusta, 1563 Benjamin Arbel
 
 
  The Romanian Prince Petru Cercel (Earring Peter) (1583-1585) in Rhodes and Cyprus Tudor Dinu
 
 
  From the Natural and the Religious Geography to the Monastery Landscapes: Vasili Barskij Panagiotis Doukellis
 
 
 
Discussion Session I   Chair: Catherine Delano-Smith
 
 
 
Session IIChanging Images and Points of Correspondence: Ottoman Domination and Western Penetration Cyprus in the Cosmography (Cihannüma) of the Ottoman Geographer Kâtib Çelebî Michalis N. Michael - Eftihios Gabriel
 
 
  Towns and Countryside of Cyprus in Travellers Accounts Helen Angelomatis-Tsougarakis
 
 
  Although to Sight Lost to Memory Dear: Peregrinations in Cyprus Rita C. Severis
 
 
  Three English Maps of Cyprus – Morden, Jefferys and Drummond Laurence Worms
 
 
  Reconstructing Orality: Travellers and Networks in Cyprus in the 18th Century Julia Chatzipanagioti-Sangmeister
 
 
  The Visit to Cyprus of Domingo Badía (Ali Bey) and other Spanish Travellers Pedro Bádenas de la Peña
 
 
 
Discussion of Session II   Chair: Lefki Michaelidou
 
 
 
Session IIIContrasts and Challenges: Empire, Colonialism and Nation Travellers' Economic Perspectives on Cyprus: The New 'Eldorado'? Margarita Dritsas
 
 
  Tourism and Informal Empire in the Mediterranean: The British and Mallorca, 1919-1973 John K. Walton
 
 
  British Travellers' Perception of Cypriot Identities (1878-1960) Mary Roussou-Sinclair
 
 
  British Travellers in the Late 19th Century. Cultural Representations and the Ideology of Imperialism Kyriakos Demetriou
 
 
  Eugen Oberhummer – A German Geographer and Classical Scholar Travelling in Cyprus in the Late 19th Century Sabine Rogge
 
 
  Greek Travellers' Writings on 19th Century Cyprus Giorgos Georgis
 
 
  Greek Visitors in Cyprus during the 20th Century: Experiences, Perceptions, Acceptances Aikaterini Papadoulaki
 
 
  Gladys Peto, AthinaTarsouli: "Details on Cyprus" Eleni Antoniadou
 
 
 
Discussion of Session III   Chair: John K. Walton
 
 
 
Session IVCartographical and Travellers' Collections in the Digital Age Advanced Technologies and Tools for Providing Cultural Material Online with a Focus on Improving the User Experience Evi Sachini
 
Clossing Session Closing remarks Chair: Artemis Scutari Margarita Dritsas, George Tolias
 
 
  Panel discussion Patrick Gautier Dalché, Catherine Delano-Smith, Margarita Dritsas, Evangelos Livieratos, George Tolias

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