By William McGrew
McGrew starts with Anatolia’s nineteenth-century Boston-based founders, who at the start was hoping to deliver Calvinist Christianity to the varied peoples of the Ottoman Empire and progressively shifted their emphasis to academic pursuits. whereas trying to increase the lives of the population of Asia Minor and past from the College’s campus south of the Black Sea, Protestant educators additionally encountered rampant ethnic strife and the lack of many scholars and employees. so much memorable was once the pursuit on horseback throughout Turkey’s plains by way of American ladies to avoid wasting fifty women in a different way destined to perish by the hands of Turks. Renewed violence following global battle I compelled Anatolia to relocate from Turkey to Thessaloniki, the main urban of northern Greece.The ebook follows Anatolia over the following a long time because it embraced a society experiencing an often-violent trajectory, together with the Nazi profession via civil struggle. still, the school succeeded in constructing a spacious campus and in drawing capable scholars from all elements of Greece via beneficiant scholarships. shut collaboration among Greek and American educators in merging the Hellenic cultural legacy with the most powerful good points of yankee guide enabled Anatolia to develop into at the present time considered one of Greece’s most eminent associations at either the varsity and faculty degrees. Its wealthy background offers a distinct window at the American missionary circulate, the Armenian genocides, the Greek-Turkish clash, international wars and ongoing achievements in foreign schooling in the course of the prism of the survival and development of an American collage stuck in near-perpetual upheaval.
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Educating across Cultures: Anatolia College in Turkey and Greece by William McGrew