Antonis Hadjikyriacou, Χερσαίο νησί: Η οθωμανική Κύπρος, η Μεσόγειος και η εποχή των επαναστάσεων, [Peninsular island: Ottoman Cyprus, the Mediterranean, and the age of revolutions] Thessaloniki, Psifides: forthcoming 2022.
Revised edition of Creation of the Cartographic Database and Development of a Web Application Presenting the Geographic Information of Kitchener’s Map of the Island of Cyprus (edition of 1885)"
In 2016, the Geography Department of Harokopio University funded by Sylvia Ioannou Foundation, began the research involving Kitchener's topographic survey of Cyprus. The project fulfilled a dual objective: to record and organise all the details of Kitchener’s historic map; and to promote the free dissemination and utilisation of this information through the web application developed specifically for this purpose. You can find more details in the published booklet:
Antonis Hadjikyriacou, Evangelos Papadias, Christoforos Vradis, and Christos Chalkias, "Combining historical maps and censuses of Cyprus from the sixteenth to the twentieth century: A geospatial approach", in Proceedings of the International Cartographic Association, 3:7, (2021)
Antonis Hadjikyriacou, ‘Akdeniz Çerçevesi içinde Osmanli Kibrisi’nda Tahil Üretimi (XVI. Yüzyildan XIX. Yüzyil Başlarina),’ [The Mediterranean context of grain production in Ottoman Cyprus (sixteenth-early nineteenth century)] Meltem 6 (2019), 6–30
Antonis Hadjikyriacou, ‘Çevre Tarihi, İktisat Tarihi ve Coğrafi Bilgi Sistemleri: Kıbrıs’ın 1572 Yılı Mufassal Defterinin Analizi,’ [Environmental history, economic history, and Geographic Information Systems: An analysis of the 1572 detailed fiscal survey of Cyprus] Toplumsal Tarih 312 (December 2019), 44–49
Academic conferences and lectures
14-16 November 2020, Antonis Hadjikyriacou, "Economy, environment, and landscape: Combining Ottoman surveys (1572, 1833) and British cartographic sources (1883) of Cyprus "
Institute of Historical Research / National Hellenic Research Foundation
International Digital Conference
Digital Terraces of History: New tools Novel approaches
January 7th, 2021: Digital humanities and Ottoman studies. State of the art, challenges, perspectives and prospective research
University of Vienna, Lecture series Antonis Hadjikyriacou "Economy, Environment and Landscape in the Cypriot Longue Durée: Combining Maps and Fiscal Surveys from the Fifteenth to the Twentieth Century"
February 1st, 2021: Greek Society for Economic History Seminar Series
Antonis Hadjikyriacou: " Digital tools in economic and environmental history: the property and cartographic surveys of nineteenth-century Cyprus "