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Latest version of the new publication "Port-Cities of the northern shore of the Black Sea:  Institutional, Economic and Social Development, 18th – early 20th Centuries" and two new books are available

The Black Sea team wishes everybody Happy New Year! We hope that in 2023 peace and reason will reign finally to the world.

We would like to inform you that the last version of our new publication by Evrydiki Sifneos, Oksana Υurkova  and Valentina Shandra (eds), Port-Cities of the northern shore of the Black Sea:  Institutional, Economic and Social Development,  18th – early 20th Centuries, Black Sea History Working Papers, volume 2, Rethymnon, 2021, has been uploaded. This last version includes the misplaced last chapter 18 “Perceptions of Odessa in a Changing World. The Rise of a Port-City and its Public Image Among the Greeks by professor Nassia Yakovaki .

There is more to come! Two more books have been uploaded, which have been also a result of the Black Sea programme. These are:

1)      Igor LymanVictoria KonstantinovaГрецька громада та консули Греції у Бердянську ХІХ – початку ХХ століття [The Greek Community and Consuls of Greece in Berdyansk of the Nineteenth – early Twentieth Centuries] (Melitopol, 2020), 492 pISBN 978-966-197-710-4 (in Ukrainian and Greek)


2) Igor Lyman, Victoria Konstantinova, The Ukrainian South as Viewed by Consuls of the British Empire (Nineteenth - Early Twentieth Centuries). Volume 1: British Consuls in the Port City of Berdyansk (Kyiv, 2018), 630 p. ISBN 978-966-197-533-9, ISBN 978-966-02-7496-2 (in English and Ukrainian)