Research on all things Greek – from the country’s current economic crisis to the use of Greek mythology in computer games, as well as a case of philosophically induced hiccups – is the focus of a two-day conference at Flinders University.
The 11th Biennial International Conference on Greek Research, organised by the LOGOS Centre for Hellenic Language and Culture at Flinders, will be opened today by the Greek Ambassador to Australia, His Excellency Haralambos Dafaranos. It will run over June 26 and 27 at Flinders at Tonsley.
The conference will host academics from around Australia and from China, Greece, the UK and the US, who will present papers across the disciplines of history, education, social sciences, art, literature and film, with, as one would anticipate, a good dose of philosophy. Read more.
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