Member of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies and thereby authorized to supervise theses. and Emeritus Professor, Department of History
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Ph.D., Université Sorbonne
Author of 35 books including: Propagande et Pressions; Rôle des Experts; Comparative History of Greece and Turkey; Greek-Turkish Area; L'Empire ottoman; The Third Ideology; Turkish Greek Empire; The Old Calendarists;The Byzantine Model; Bektashism-Alevism; At the Crossroads of Civilization; J.-J. Rousseau et les origines françaises du fascisme; Comparative History of Greece and China; On heroes; Le national-bolchevisme;
Chapters in books
Co-author of 57 books including: La guerre en Méditerranée; Communism and Political Systems; Communist Parties in Western Europe; La moyenne puissance au XXe siècle; Turquie, Moyen Orient, Communauté européenne; Aspects of Ottoman History; Orthodoxy and Islam; Dialogue among Civilizations; Woman and Family in Islam; Multiculturalism; Geopolitics and Greece; Constructions identitaires; Women in Christian and Muslim Families; Ottomanism and Fethullah Giilen;
Over 750 scholarly articles in: Revue historique; Revue d'Histoire moderne et contemporaine; Revue d'Histoire de la Deuxième Guerre Mondiale; Revue française de Science politique; Problems of Communism; Turcica; CEMOTI; Relations internationales; Études internationales;Diplomatie; Orthodox Tradition; Toplum ve Bilim; The Greek Review of Social Research; and many articles on China.
Six volumes of poetry plus two volumes of poetry and painting combined.
His books have been translated into Spanish, Portuguese, Serbian, Bulgarian, Russian, Turkish and Greek.