Antonis Hadjikyriacou

Ph.D., 2011, SOAS, University of London

Research Interests: 

Social and economic history; Geographic Information Systems (GIS); spatial history; environmental and climate history; the Mediterranean world

Research Projects: 

Mediterranean Insularities: Space, Landscape and Agriculture in Early Modern Cyprus and Crete | website

Mapping Ottoman Epirus (with Ali Yaycioglu, Stanford University) | website

Teaching: 

ΗIST 222.2 Ottoman History, 1300-1600.

HIST 56D The Mediterranean and the Ottoman World

Selected Publications: 

ed., Insularity in the Ottoman World, special issue of Princeton Papers 19 (2017, in press). Also to be published as an edited volume by Markus Weiner Publishers, Princeton NJ.

“Envisioning Insular Space in the Ottoman World,” in Princeton Papers 19 (2017, in press),

“An Armenian, a Turk, and a Greek: local power and insularity in Ottoman Cyprus,” (in Greek) Mnιmon 36 (2016, in press).

“The Ottomanization of Cyprus: Towards a spatial imagination beyond the centre-province binary,” Journal of Mediterranean Studies 25: 2 (2016), 81-96.

“The province goes to the center: the case of Hadjiyorgakis Kornesios, dragoman of Cyprus,” in Living in the Ottoman Realm:  Sultans, Subjects, and Elites, eds., Christine Isom-Verhaaren and Kent F. Schull (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2016), pp. 238-253.

“Rural Economies and Digital Humanities: Prospects and Challenges,” in Ottoman Rural Societies and Economies: Halcyon Days in Crete VIII, ed. Elias Kolovos (Rethymno: Crete University Press, 2015), pp. 415-421. (with Elias Kolovos).

“Local intermediaries and insular space in late-eighteenth century Cyprus,” Journal of Ottoman Studies, 44 (2014), pp. 427-456.