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Read more at: Greek Dialogues Online - The Erechtheion: An Overlooked Paradigm of the Greek Revival?

Greek Dialogues Online - The Erechtheion: An Overlooked Paradigm of the Greek Revival?

Dr Frank Salmon, Senior Lecturer in History of Art at the University of Cambridge , discusses the relatively unstudied, architectural influence of the Erechtheion .


Read more at: Greece Celebrates the Bicentennial of the Greek Revolution

Greece Celebrates the Bicentennial of the Greek Revolution

On March 25th, the Embassy of Greece in the United Kingdom will celebrate the anniversary for 200 years after the Greek revolution with an original audio-visual project. This commemorative production aims to honour the Bicentenary, highlighting aspects of the War for Independence as well as the long-standing friendship...


Read more at: The Cambridge Greek Lexicon

The Cambridge Greek Lexicon

8 March 2021

Our 4th seminar in the Greek Dialogues Online series features a presentation by Professor James Diggle of Cambridge University about the long journey to publication of the new Cambridge Greek Lexicon.



Read more at: Language, Culture and Myths

Language, Culture and Myths

8 March 2021

A series of online talks in English, organised by The Hellenic Centre and The Cambridge Centre for Greek Studies, University of Cambridge every Wednesday at 7pm (UK time) from 10 March until 31 March.


Read more at: Greek Dialogues Online - The Cambridge Greek Lexicon: a twenty-four year odyssey

Greek Dialogues Online - The Cambridge Greek Lexicon: a twenty-four year odyssey

Half a lifetime's work nears completion with the impending publication of a major contribution to the understanding of ancient Greek


Read more at: The British School at Athens is pleased to announce the inaugural “1821 Fellowship in Modern Greek Studies”

The British School at Athens is pleased to announce the inaugural “1821 Fellowship in Modern Greek Studies”

16 February 2021

This three-year (fixed term) Fellowship is tenable at post-doctoral level and is generously supported by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation.



Read more at: Greek Dialogues Online - Greek Manuscripts in Cambridge Libraries: an insight into The Polonsky Foundation Greek Manuscripts Project

Greek Dialogues Online - Greek Manuscripts in Cambridge Libraries: an insight into The Polonsky Foundation Greek Manuscripts Project

Delve into the archives of Greek manuscripts and learn about the conservation and digitisation techniques.


Read more at: Platonic Philosophy and Dialogue in the Latin Works of Henry More
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Platonic Philosophy and Dialogue in the Latin Works of Henry More

12 January 2021

The second seminar in the Greek Dialogues Online series takes the form of a discussion between Professor Douglas Hedley , Director of the Cambridge Centre for the Study of Platonism , and Dr. Christian Hengstermann of the University of Wuppertal . The focus is the influence of Plato on those works of Henry More which were...


Read more at: Greek Dialogues Online - Platonic philosophy and dialogue in the Latin works of Henry More

Greek Dialogues Online - Platonic philosophy and dialogue in the Latin works of Henry More

A discussion of the influences of Plato on Henry More's writings in Latin.



Read more at: Greek Dialogues Online - Being an Islander: Art and Identity of the Large Mediterranean Islands

Greek Dialogues Online - Being an Islander: Art and Identity of the Large Mediterranean Islands

Dr Anastasia Christophilopoulou, Fitzwilliam Museum, talks about what defines island identity in the Mediterranean.


Read more at: Greek Dialogues Online - a new series of online seminars

Greek Dialogues Online - a new series of online seminars

3 December 2020

Join us for a new series of Greek Dialogues Online, a series of seminars, open to all, which will present talks and lively debate on all aspects of Greek Studies from the modern to the classical.


Read more at: Being an Islander: Art and Identity of the Large Mediterranean Islands. The Fitzwilliam Museum's research into the development of island culture in the Mediterranean

Being an Islander: Art and Identity of the Large Mediterranean Islands. The Fitzwilliam Museum's research into the development of island culture in the Mediterranean

3 December 2020

The inaugural event of the CCGS new series of online seminars is to be presented by Dr Anastasia Christophilopoulou of Cambridge University's Fitzwilliam Museum. In this article, we explain the origins of the project, outline its objectives, and spotlight some of the more significant findings.



Read more at: Cambridge Lecturer begins new series of online lectures on Greek writers in English
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Cambridge Lecturer begins new series of online lectures on Greek writers in English

8 September 2020

In the first of a new lecture series from the Hellenic Centre, Dr Liana Giannakopoulou shares her thoughts on the work of the poet Katerina Anghelaki-Rooke.


Read more at: British School at Athens launches a celebration of modern Greek poetry
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British School at Athens launches a celebration of modern Greek poetry

8 September 2020

21 modern Greek poems to guide us into Greece 2021.


Read more at: Colonial Cyprus: Nicosia to host an international conference on the effects of British Colonial rule
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Colonial Cyprus: Nicosia to host an international conference on the effects of British Colonial rule

3 February 2020

"... probably the largest conference on Cyprus history covering one period..."



Read more at: Greek universities aim to make Greece a centre for international education and attract 50,000 overseas students by 2024
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Greek universities aim to make Greece a centre for international education and attract 50,000 overseas students by 2024

13 January 2020

Greek universities must improve and attract more overseas students, says Greek Government.



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