The EU and Turkey face mounting challenges both in relation to one another and internationally. Turkish EU membership is a highly contested issue in the individual EU Member States. The FEUTURE research project, based at the University of Cologne and…

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The exhibition ‘Ghika, Craxton, Leigh Fermor: Charmed lives in Greece’ (Benaki Museum, 7.6.2017 - 10.9.2017), presents the friendship of three significant figures, the artists Nikos Hatzikyriakos-Ghika (1906-1994) and John Craxton (1922-2…

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Julia Gkanasou was born in Athens. She studied Computer Science in Athens and Information Security in London, Literature in Paris and Edinburgh and European Civilization in Hellenic Open University. She has published the following books: On Black Key…

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The National Library of Greece in cooperation with the Greek Libraries Network (GLN) is organizing its Summer Campaign of Reading and Creating 2017, titled “Spot to Spot Adventures”. From 15 June to 8 September 2017, more than 150 Public…

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First conceived in 1983 and presented for the first time in 1986, the Runciman Award is an annual literary award offered by the Anglohellenic League for a work published in English dealing wholly or in part with Greece or Hellenism. Named in honor of…

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The National and Kapodistrian University of Athens and the E-learning Programme of its Continuing Education Center have developed YouGoCulture,  an interactive online platform produces and promotes virtual and experiential tours of a varie…

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“The return to markets is just a tool. The aim is fair growth," Minister for Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Media, Nikos Pappas, said on Sunday, June 11th, in an interview with the Athens Macedonian News Agency (ANA), regarding the gove…

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Johanna Hanink is Associate Professor of Classics at Brown University, US. Her work focuses on ancient theater and performance, the cultural life of classical Athens, and the idea of the "Greek miracle." She is a regular columnist for the online…

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The Agricultural University of Athens hosts "UniverSSE 2017" aka the 4th European Social Solidarity Economy (SSE) Congress. For three days in June (9-11/06) Athens becomes the European capital for Social Solidarity Economy and the participants propos…

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A one-day colloquium titled “New Queer Greece: Performance, Politics, Identity” will be held at the University of Oxford, 10 June 2017, under the auspices of the Journal of Greek Media and Culture and the Sub-Faculty of Byzantine and Mod…

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