Mania Meziti was born in 1965 in Athens. She studied nursing at the University of West Attica, literature at The Open University UK (BA, Honours Degree in Literature), and translation from English into Greek at European Center for the Translation of…

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Peter Frankopan is Professor of Global History at Oxford University, where he is Stavros Niarchos Foundation Director of the Oxford Centre for Byzantine Research and Senior Research Fellow at Worcester College, Oxford. He is also …

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The exhibition 1922-2022, S. Papaloukas, F. Kontoglou, S. Vassiliou. Remembrance and Art Stories is hosted at the Historical Archive Museum of Hydra, as part of the commemorative events for the centenary of the Asia Minor Catastrophe. The exhibi…

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Rhea Galanaki was born in Heraklion, Crete in 1947. She studied History and Archaeology in Athens. She has published novels, short stories, poems and essays. She’s been twice awarded the Greek National Book Award (in 1999 for her novel Eleni, o…

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Greek News Agenda pays tribute to a pioneer of the Greek modernist movement, Alex Mylona (1920-2016) -also known as Alexandra Bogdanou- the sixth anniversary of whose death is marked today, 25 May 2022.

Alex Mylona’s artistic quest

The Athenian…

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In the crisis-stricken Greek capital where austerity has led to the closure of shops and the slack activity of those open, there is a road that still booms with activity. Stretching from Aeolou to Menandrou streets, Evripidou Street hosts an array of…

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Maria Gavala was born in 1947 in Koropi, Attica. She studied history and archaeology at the University of Athens. She directed a number of cinema movies, wrote reviews on the cinema, and translated theoretical-cinematic as well as literary texts. Her…

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The Corfu Trilogy is the unofficial name for three autobiographical books by British naturalist Gerald Durrell, giving humorous, exaggerated and sometimes fictionalised stories of the years that he lived as a child with his siblings and widowed…

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The Urban Age Task Force Athens is a programme organized by the LSE Cities and the International Forum Alfred Herrhausen Gesellschaft in partnership with the City of Athens with the aim to address key priority areas in Athens’ urban developmen…

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The National Gallery-Alexandros Soutsos Museum pays tribute to Konstantinos Parthenis, one of the most important representatives of modern Greek painting. "An ideal Greece in the art of Konstantinos Parthenis" is the first comprehensive retrospective…

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