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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.

The Cambridge Centre for Greek Studies (CCGS) is delighted to launch a new series of online seminars, showcasing the diversity, depth, and breadth of activity in the field of Greek Studies at the University of Cambridge and beyond.

The series, is an ongoing part of Greek Dialogues, the Centre's series of events devoted to promoting and expanding the field of Greek Studies.  The seminars will take place monthly and are freely available and open to all who wish to attend. 

To launch the seminar series, Dr Anastasia Christophilopoulou of Cambridge University's Fitzwilliam Museum, will speak on Tuesday 15 December, 18:30-19:30 BST.

Anastasia will speak on "Being and Islander:  Art and Identity of the Large Mediterranean Islands," a major project being undertaken Cambridge University's Fitzwilliam Museum.

The current COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in all of us being less able to travel and attend fewer meetings and events. However, CCGS is committed to communicating and promoting Greek Studies as much as possible. By featuring seminars online,  we can reach an even more diverse audience, inclusive of all who have an interest in any aspect of Greece, its language, history, and culture.

The full programme of seminars and speakers will soon be available.