Christos Aliprantis (M.A.)

PhD candidate in modern European history

Faculty of History

University of Cambridge



Forschung und Projekte

Aktuelle(s) Projekt(e)

The international activity of the Prussian and Austrian secret police, 1848-1870



1) “Leitbild und Feindbild: Kaiser Joseph II. und der Josephinismus im Kampf um die 'Maigesetze' 1868“, Österreich, Geschichte, Literatur, Geographie, 60/2 (2016), pp.140-158
2) “Afterlives of Enlightened Absolutism: Commemoration of Maria-Theresa and Joseph II in the Politics of Liberal Reform in Late Imperial Austria”, European Review of History: Revue européenne d'histoire, 26/2 (2019), pp.305-330
3) “Political Refugees of the 1848-49 Revolutions in the Kingdom of Greece: Migration, Nationalism and State-formation in Nineteenth century Mediterranean”, Journal of Modern Greek Studies, 37/1 (2019), pp.1-34
4) “Lives in exile: Foreign political refugees in early independent Greece (1830-53)”, Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, 43/2 (2019), forthcoming
5) “Transnational police collaboration between the Habsburg Empire and the Italian states after the 1848-49 revolutions”, Contemporanea. Rivista di storia dell'800 e del'900, 22/4 (2019), forthcoming

Forschungsinteressen und Arbeitsgebiete

Modern European History; German history; history of the Habsburg Empire; Greek/Mediterrenean/Balkan history; political, cultural and intellectual history