Andrew Novo ’02, a professor and expert in ancient and modern European history and strategic studies, explores the origins, conduct, and failure of the Greek Cypriot movement — also known as the enosis movement which refers to the growth of anticolonialism and nationalism between 1882 and 1960 throughout the British empire. In The Eoka Cause (Bloomsbury Academic) Novo lays out an examination of the underpinnings of the enosis cause and its manifestation in action. He ultimately links the movement and its unresolved legacy to events that are happening today.