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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"Plásmata: Bodies, Dreams, and Data", the largest open-air digital art exhibition in Europe, is hosted at the Pedion tou Areos public park, in the heart of Athens, until 10 July 2022.

The exhibition is commissioned and produced by the &Omicron…

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The winner of the Anglo-Hellenic League Runciman Award 2022 is Ian Collins’ book John Craxton: A Life of Gifts. Announcing the result of this year’s competition on Monday 13 June at a ceremony in the Great Hall of King’s College Lo…

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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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On 18 October 1979, one of Greece’s major poets, Odysseus Elytis, was awarded with the Noble Prize for Literature. The Swedish Academy declared in its presentation that Elytis’ poetry "depicts with sensual strength and intellectual c…

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The 8th International Summer University "Greek Language, Culture, and Media" will be held in Kastellorizo on 10 – 15 July 2022, at the Hall for Cultural Events of the island.

The programme is organised by the University of Ioannina – Scho…

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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…

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A new website “The CENSUS of Modern Greek Literature: a bibliography for the English-speaking world” was presented at an online event on April 5, 2022. The CENSUS is an international project aiming to facilitate access to Greek literature…

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Boulouki is an interdisciplinary research collaborative, whose work is focused on the study and preservation of traditional building techniques and materials. In Greek, “Boulouki” means “gaggle”, travelling group, a name evok…

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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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