During my undergraduate studies, I had the opportunity to come across a wide variety of historical areas which enriched my academic background and broaden my horizons. In the last year of my undergraduate studies, it became obvious to me the pleasure of being involved in the area of research. The undergraduate project was about the impact of Greek newspapers of the early 19th century in Corfu. The aim of the dissertation was to analyze in depth the literary and sociocultural frameworks of a specific newspaper named “Rigas Feraios” (Mikalef, 2007). Since “Rigas” was first published in the aftermath of the British domination, it communicated mainly Greek ideological concepts and nationalistic values under an intellectual and literary framework. Without being engaged with dominant political ideologies of that historical period, “Rigas Feraios” was one of the most influential newspapers at that time since it had a critical view mainly about Greek nationalistic political issues that were evolved at Ionian Islands. Yet, the opportunity of cultivating my research skills in a more advanced level derived from my postgraduate studies. The Master degree provided me with more expertise in the area [of history and especially] of the research methodology and that of critical analysis of publishing historical sources. The thesis of my Master degree focused my interest on how and under which methodological concerns a historical source could be published. More specifically, it focused on exploring the role of the English domination in Ionian Islands by examining Samartzis’ Codex, a primary source, with the existing scholarly studies about the Ionian State and Ionian bibliography. This research mainly provided significant information about dominant sociocultural and political ideologies during the British domination -1815 to 1864 period- (Mikalef, 2010). Throughout the research process, it became apparent, however, that there was not any relevant research regarding the British domination through Ionian newspapers. As a result and due to lack of relevant research, the outcome of the research had to derive mainly from Samartzis’ perspective.