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The dangers for the Hellenism of diaspora

The Hellenism of diaspora is faced with certain social and historical dangers, situations and realities which cause serious problems.

2035: The end of the Greek community of Australia as we know it (Part Four)

In my previous three articles, I argued that 2035 will mark the biggest and most radical transformation that Australian Hellenism has experienced.

Remembering Michael John Osborne: The voice of Greek epigraphy

Taking an assured place among the most creative authors and administrators of his time in Australasia was Michael John Osborne.

2035: The end of the Greek community of Australia as we know it (Part Three)

In his previous article professor A.Tamis, referred to the consequences that will follow the year 2035 for the Australian diaspora.

2035: The end of the Greek community of Australia as we know it (Part Two)

In our previous article we referred to the important year 2035, a milestone for the presence and evolution of Hellenism in Australia.

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2035: The end of the Greek community of Australia as we know it (Part Two)

In our previous article we referred to the important year 2035, a milestone for the presence and evolution of Hellenism in Australia.

2035: The end of the Greek community of Australia as we know it (Part Three)

In his previous article professor A.Tamis, referred to the consequences that will follow the year 2035 for the Australian diaspora.

2035: The end of the Greek community of Australia as we know it (Part Four)

In my previous three articles, I argued that 2035 will mark the biggest and most radical transformation that Australian Hellenism has experienced.

The dangers for the Hellenism of diaspora

The Hellenism of diaspora is faced with certain social and historical dangers, situations and realities which cause serious problems.

Remembering Michael John Osborne: The voice of Greek epigraphy

Taking an assured place among the most creative authors and administrators of his time in Australasia was Michael John Osborne.

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Cyprus’ cultural heritage is not for sale

For centuries, ancient artefacts, art, and relics have been a topic of ownership, provenance, and morality debates.

50 years of occupation: Who remembers Cyprus?

At the Ledra Palace check point in Nicosia, Cyprus stands a red and white sign that reads: ‘TURKISH REPUBLIC OF NORTHERN CYPRUS FOREVER.'

The dangers for the Hellenism of diaspora

The Hellenism of diaspora is faced with certain social and historical dangers, situations and realities which cause serious problems.