On May 8th, 1945, the formal acceptance by the Soviet Union and the Western Allies of Nazi Germany's unconditional surrender marked the end of World War II in Europe. During the years of the War, most of Europe was under Nazi occupation. As a rule, w…

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The Biennale di Venezia, established in 1895, has for over a century been one of the most prestigious cultural institutions in the world, and its architecture section, the Biennale of Architecture was established in 1980, providing an opportunity for…

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Konstantinos Papacharalampos was born in Kavala, Greece in 1988. He holds a Diploma in Rural and Surveying Engineering from Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and an MSc Real Estate from CASS Business School (London). He wrote poetry project K &nda…

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Miltos Pechlivanos is Professor of Modern Greek Studies and Director of the Center of Modern Greece (Centrum Modernes Griechenland / CeMoG) at the Freie Universität Berlin. He studied Modern Greek Studies and Comparative Literature at the Aristo…

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Martin Wolf
, chief economics commentator at the Financial Times, distinguished author and expert on specific issues related to the developments in the crisis-hit countries of the Eurozone, was interviewed by Greek News Agenda on the current prospects of the Greek economy.   …

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Yannis Efstathiadis was born in Athens in 1946. He studied Political and Economic Sciences at the University of Athens. He has published poetry, novels and short essays on music as well as gastronomy under the pen-name Apikios. He is also music…

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The first annual Delphi Economic Forum will be held at the European Cultural Centre of Delphi (ECCD, February 25 – 28, 2016) under the auspices of the President of the Hellenic Republic, Prokopis Pavlopoulos. The aim of the conference is t…

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What kind of methodological and theoretical approaches can be productive in revisiting Cavafy’s work as world literature? How does Cavafy’s appeal as a world literary figure relate to (and challenges) national appropriations of the poet i…

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