|Academic Unit:||Social Anthropology and History|
|Level of studies:||Undergraduate|
|Course Title:||The Macedonian Question in the 20th Century|
|Independent teaching activities||Weekly teaching hours||Credits|
|Course type:||General background, Optional|
|Prerequisite courses:||Introduction to Linguistics|
|Language of instruction and examinations:||Greek|
|Is the course offered to erasmus students:||Νο|
|Course website (Url):||https://en.sah.aegean.gr/course/h-206 /|
(2) LEARNING OUTCOMES
The students who attend the lectures and study the subject matter through the paradigm of the Macedonian question are expected:
1. To realize the importance of dating the evidence and of determining its authenticity and type.
2. To distinguish between propaganda for domestic/internal use and scientific approach.
3. To achieve a capacity to view the past unencumbered by the limits of public-vulgar history.
Production of free, creative and inductive thinking
Content outline: The subject of the course is the historical view of the Macedonian Question, focusing mainly on the Greek policies proposed or applied in Macedonia before and after 1913. The course examines the conditions for the creation of the Macedonian Question in the context of European and Balkan competitions; its economic, social and cultural components, coupled with the promise of liberation; the integration and assimilation policies of the non-Greek-speaking populations in the Greek state; the devising of the strategy of the “non-existent” issue.
(4) TEACHING and LEARNING METHODS – EVALUATION
|Use of information and communications technology :||use of multimedia in teaching and use of EClass platform|
|Teaching methods:||Activity||Semester workload|
|Study of multimedia material||21|
|study of bibliography||90|
|Student performance evaluation:||Final written exam.|
(5) ATTACHED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Σπύρος Καράβας, Μυστικά και παραμύθια από την ιστορία της Μακεδονίας, Αθήνα, Βιβλιόραμα, 2014.
Τάσος Κωστόπουλος, Η απαγορευμένη γλώσσα, Αθήνα, Βιβλιόραμα, 2008.