Kalliopi Kefalas is an expert in modern Greek studies with an emphasis on Greece and the Modern World. She is a Lecturer at Loyola Marymount University.
University of California San Diego: Ph.D., History 2020
University of California, Berkeley: B.A., History, Cognitive Science 2011
Areas of Expertise (3)
Modern Greece and the Balkans
Modern European History
Late Ottoman Empire
Industry Expertise (2)
- Basil P. Caloyeras Center for Modern Greek Studies
Greece and the Modern World: From Revolution to Refugee Crisis
Growing Up American
MDGK 4998 (SS)
Greece and the Modern World: Greece, Refugees, and the Formation of Modern Europe
“Setting the wolf to protect the sheep”? The Criminal Justice System in Late Ottoman CreteUC San Diego
2020 This dissertation traces modernization processes in Crete through a case study of Ottoman imperial criminal justice reform. I argue that mid-nineteenth century Ottoman legal reforms, which were in part inspired by legal reform happening in Western Europe, were the main foundation by which Crete as a protectorate of Great Britain, France, Italy, and Russia was able to build a strong gendarmerie and court system when it became autonomous in 1898.
Conflict Between Defendants and Victims and State InterventionJournal of Modern Greek Studies