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Reading Greece: Haris Psarras – “Form in Poetry Matters but What Form a Poem is Written in Does Not”

September 15, 2021 Reading Greece
Haris Psarras has published five poetry books. Translations of his poems have appeared in anthologies and periodicals in Europe and North America. He has also contributed poems, short stories, and essays to journals and edited volumes. He studied law at…

Study in Greece Masters of the Week: Professor Maria Sidiropoulou presents the Interdepartmental MA "Translation: Greek, English, Russian" at UoA

The web portal Study in Greece is campaigning for the promotion and international visibility of Greek Universities and the comparative educational advantages of our country. In particular, the campaign focuses on the foreign language study programmes that…

BOOK OF THE MONTH: "Farewell Anatolia" by Dido Sotiriou

September 13, 2021 Reading Greece
Dido Sotiriou’s novel Farewell Anatolia is one of the most famous books about the Greek population of Asia Minor, chronicling the last years before their final exodus and arrival in Greece as refugees. It was first published in Athens in 1962 and has been…
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