Below is a link to a video recording of the lecture by Professor Thanos Veremis held at the Hellenic Centre in London on Saturday 1st June.
At the Annual General Meeting held on 1 June 2013, the Chairman gave the following report:
Tuesday 4 June, 9.45 am -4.30 pm
Venue: Ioannou Centre for Classical and Byzantine Studies, 66 St Giles, Oxford
The 6th Annual General Meeting of the Society will take place at 3:15 pm on Saturday 1 June at the Hellenic Centre, 16-18 Paddington Street, London W1U 5AS.
Contemporary Greek Film Cultures 2013 is an international conference for the study of contemporary Greek film hosted by the Hellenic Centre in London (www.helleniccentre.org).
Conference programme for Greece and Britain in Women's Literary Imagination, 1913-2013. (deadline for registration 5 April)
Greece and Britain in Women's Literary Imagination, 1913-2013
April 12th 2013
Selwyn College, Cambridge
Programme now available.
A COMMEMORATION BY THE SOCIETY FOR MODERN GREEK STUDIES AND THE CENTRE FOR HELLENIC STUDIES, KING'S COLLEGE LONDON
Venue: Anatomy Theatre, King's College London, Strand Campus, The Strand, London WC2R 2LS
Date and time: Tuesday 20 November 2012, 6.30pm followed by a reception in the Anatomy Museum from 8.15pm
This event will celebrate the travel-writing of Sir Patrick Leigh Fermor (1915-2011), author and Hellenist.
The Society for Modern Greek Studies: Guided tour of the Royal Air Force Museum, including the exhibits on Greece & Cyprus
Date: Wednesday 24 October 2012, from 1pm
Venue: The Royal Air Force Museum, Grahame Park Way, London NW9 5LL
(Nearest Stations: Colindale on the Northern Line & Mill Hill Broadway on the Thameslink Line)
Admission: Free (Pre-registration is essential, as provided below.)
The Graduate Research Colloquium is open to all postgraduate students who are working in any area of Modern Greek Studies, at master’s or doctoral level, at UK Universities. Visiting students from universities outside the UK are also welcome to attend. The provisional programme will be circulated by e-mail to all registered participants, about two weeks before the Colloquium.
Selwyn College, Cambridge, Thursday 7 June 2012
(All sessions will take place in the Chadwick Room)
10.30 Registration and Coffee
11.00-1.00 SESSION 1: Crossing languages, reviewing texts
Chair: Professor David Ricks
Maria Antonopoulou (University of Birmingham): “Exploring Kostas Varnalis’ approach to socialist realism: a comparison with Bertolt Brecht’s theory”
Nikolas Kakkoufa (King’s College London): “Greek, Diasporic or Hybrid? Issues of identity in Calas’ work”
Galateia Demetriou (University of Birmingham): “Seferis’ poetry and Ezra Pound”