Johanna Hanink is Associate Professor of Classics at Brown University, US. Her work focuses on ancient theater and performance, the cultural life of classical Athens, and the idea of the "Greek miracle." She is a regular columnist for the online…

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The Agricultural University of Athens hosts "UniverSSE 2017" aka the 4th European Social Solidarity Economy (SSE) Congress. For three days in June (9-11/06) Athens becomes the European capital for Social Solidarity Economy and the participants propos…

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A one-day colloquium titled “New Queer Greece: Performance, Politics, Identity” will be held at the University of Oxford, 10 June 2017, under the auspices of the Journal of Greek Media and Culture and the Sub-Faculty of Byzantine and Mod…

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 “Goodwill on all sides during the euro group meeting in June will allow us to reach an agreement that provides clarity on Greece’s debts and allows the economy to further improve,” Finance Minister Euclid Tsakalotos to…

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Aris Fioretos is a Swedish writer. He was born in 1960 in Göteborg to Greek and Austrian parents - Fioretos’ father left Greece in the early 1950s, married an Austrian while in exile in Vienna and then moved to Sweden with her. He studied…

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Thomas Symeonidis (Thessaloniki, 1977) is a Greek writer living in Paris. He studied architecture, political sciences and philosophy. He works as a lecturer and researcher in the domains of literature theory, aesthetics and philosophy of art. He is t…

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Founded in Serres, a city in Northern Greece, Siris Microbrewery has been branding “Voreia” (meaning ‘Northern’) beer since 2013. Pilsner,India Pale Ale, Smoked Ale, Stout, Wit and «Funky Summer» a light, seasonal…

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In a Press Release issued on May 8th by the Hellenic Statistical Authority, the total value of exports-dispatches for the 3-month period from January to March 2017 amounted to 6,879.5 million euros (7,348.8 million dollars), compared with 5,719.2 mil…

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"We have made clear that we will not accept any proposal that will not provide a definite solution and does not guarantee Greece's viable return to the markets" stated State Minister and government spokesman Dimitris Tzanakopoulos in an interview wi…

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Former Prime Minister of Greece (1990-1993), Konstantinos Mitsotakis died last Monday (29.5.2017) at the age of 98He had been one of the most influential figures in Greek politics in several decades. He was born in the city of Chania, on the i…

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