Paper: Lecture on the interaction of Turkish and Romeyka in Sürmene/ Trabzon at King’s College London, May 19th

Who influenced whom?
“The Interaction of Turkish and Romeyka (Muslim Pontic Greek) in Sürmene/ Trabzon”

As part of a series of lectures on Greek dialects of Turkey I will speak about how Turkish influenced the subdialects of Romeyka spoken in the district of Sürmene/ Beşköy and vice versa.

Date: May 19th, 2011
Time: 5.30 pm
Venue: King’s College London

This series of lectures is organized as part of the traditional ‘Greek-Turkish Encounters’ jointly organized by the School of Oriental and Asian Studies (SOAS) and the King’s College both based London.

From the website of the organizers:

“The ‘Greek-Turkish Encounters’ are a series of lectures and events organised by the Centre for Helenic Studies at King’s, and the Turkish Studies Programme, at SOAS. The aim of the Encounters is to explore and bring to the fore points of contact between Greek and Turkish cultures in an atmosphere of critical inquiry. Attendance is open to all.”


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