George Frazis

Associate Professor in Hellenic & Greek Studies

Registered to supervise postgraduate research

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George Frazis is an Associate Professor in Hellenic & Greek Studies in the College of Indigenous Futures, Arts & Society specialising in Teaching Greek as a second/foreign language, in the immigration of Hellenes in North Australia and in the development of e-learning platforms. He is interested in revealing stories of Hellenes in North Australia from their arrival early 20th century till today as well as in organising In Country Study Programs in Greece every year. More specifically, his work examines the presence of Hellenes in Darwin since 1869.  George Frazis holds degrees in Philology, Literary Studies and Education from three Universities. He is published in different periodicals and magazines. When not at work, George can be found interviewing older members of Greek Community in North Australia.

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, LITERARY WORK OF PANDELIS PREVELAKIS, Flinders University

19962001

Award Date: 19 Jan 2001

Master, MASTER OF ARTS, Flinders University

19941995

Award Date: 12 Apr 1995

GRADUATE DIPLOMA IN EDUCATION, Adelaide University

19851987

Award Date: 12 Mar 1987

Bachelor, Bachelor in Philosophy (Hons), University of Athens

Sept 1976Mar 1981

Award Date: 10 Apr 1981

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