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Introduction to Modern Greek Language and Culture at Cambridge University - Cambridge Centre for Greek Studies

This paper offers students a sound and systematic introduction to the Modern Greek language, and the opportunity to acquaint themselves with key aspects of Greek culture from the late 19th century to the present.

The aim of the “language” part of the course is to equip students with a good reading knowledge of the contemporary language.

The “culture” element consists of the study of:

(a) selected literary texts by major authors and by more recent ones, and

(b) a topic relating to the Greek language.

Title: Introduction to Modern Greek Language and Culture

Course Code: GR3

Faculty: Medieval and Modern Languages and Linguistics

Lecturer: Dr Regina Karousou-Fokas and Dr Liana Giannakopoulou

Term: Michaelmas and Lent

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