Greek Research in Australia: proceedings of the seventh biennial international Conference of Greek Studies, Flinders University, June 2007

Elizabeth Close, George Couvalis (Editor), George Frazis (Editor), Maria Palaktsoglou (Editor), Michael Tsianikas

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Abstract

This conference was structured around themes related to the wider significance of Greek History and Civilization, including papers on Greek and Cypriot studies from the wider spectrum of the following areas: Literature and Language, Classical Studies, Philosophy, Society and Culture, History and Migration.

The aim of this cross-disciplinary conference was to celebrate the diachronic achievement of Greek culture and allow academics from different fields of research to come together and share their knowledge of related areas, and perhaps to discover ways in which they might collaborate, from their different specialisations, on complex themes. The search for common ground was a major focus of the conference, but it also provided intellectual stimulation for the dynamic Greek community of South Australia and for the many individuals from the wider society who have an interest in Greek studies.

Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAdelaide
PublisherFlinders University
Number of pages849
ISBN (Print)9780725811341
Publication statusPublished - Jun 2009
Externally publishedYes

Publication series

NameBiennial International Conference of Greek Studies: Proceedings
PublisherFlinders University

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    Close, E., Couvalis, G. (Ed.), Frazis, G. (Ed.), Palaktsoglou, M. (Ed.), & Tsianikas, M. (2009). Greek Research in Australia: proceedings of the seventh biennial international Conference of Greek Studies, Flinders University, June 2007. (Biennial International Conference of Greek Studies: Proceedings). Flinders University.