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    • Acknowledgements 

      Acknowledgements (Flinders University Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2009)
    • Acknowledgements. 

      Unknown author (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      This item is the Acknowledgements page from the Proceedings of the Sixth Biennial International Conference of Greek Studies.
    • Across Cultural Boundaries: Greek and Aboriginal Australians in Contact 

      Kanarakis, George (Flinders University Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2011)
      The Greeks and the Indigenous people of Australia represent two cultures of ancient origins within the dominant Australian society. Opposing discrimination on the basis of ethnic and minority distinctions, both support the ...
    • The Adelaide Hills Face Zone as a Cultural Landscape. [abstract]. 

      Smith, Pamela Alethea; Piddock, Susan; Pate, Frank Donald (2005)
      Landscape archaeology is a recent approach employed in historical and indigenous archaeology that addresses the interaction of cultural and environmental variables associated with human landscape use (Yamin and Bescherer ...
    • Adopting and adapting: Italian settlement in South Australia in the 1950s and 1960s. [abstract]. 

      O'Connor, Desmond John (2006)
      The biggest influx of Italians to Australia, including South Australia, occurred during the 1950s and 1960s as a result of the Australian government’s post-war immigration programme, which attempted to meet the perceived ...
    • Ageing and immigration in the Greek capital. Policy issues and developments since the early 1990s 

      Maloutas, Thomas (Flinders University Department of Language Studies - Modern Greek, 2013-06)
      The paper deals with socio-demographic change and spatial transformation in Athens during the post war period and, in particular, since the early 1990s. It focuses on the interaction of two parallel processes — the ...
    • Alexandrian Identity and the Coinage Commemorating Nero's 'Liberation' of the Greeks. 

      Couvalis, Spyridon George (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      The emperor Nero visited Greece in 66–67 CE to compete in the prestigious festivals of old Greece. He declared the Greeks of Akhaea and the Peloponnese 'liberated' during his visit. Apart from the cities affected by his ...
    • Alexandros Papadiamantis: From the ‘Vasiliki Dre’ to ‘Fonissa’. 

      Talingarou, Angeliki (Flinders University Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 1997)
      Please note: this article is in Greek.
    • "All we see and all we seem..." - Australian Cinema and National Landscape. [abstract]. 

      Prescott, Nicholas Adrian (2005)
      In this paper I will argue that Australian feature filmmakers’ uses and depictions of “the Australian landscape” in their cinema have undergone a striking and important transformation since the 1970s, and that this ...
    • ‘Ammochostos Vassilevousa’: Contemplating a Platonic Mystagogy 

      Tsianikas, Michael (Flinders University Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 1997)
      Please note: this article is in Greek.
    • Anarchic Utopia in Aris Alexandrou's 'The Mission Box' 

      Vardoulakis, Dimitris (Flinders University Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2009)
      This paper shows that there are two notions of utopia operating in Aris Alexandrou’s novel The Mission Box (Το κιβώτιο). The first is the autarchic utopia espoused by the Communist Party and represented in the novel by the ...
    • Anaxagoras and Athenian Politics: Towards a Chronology 

      O'Grady, Patricia Frances (Flinders University Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2001)
      Anaxagoras was associated with a number of the giants of philosophy, men who were of influence or dependence in the development of philosophy, so it is important towards the understanding of the history of science and ...
    • Anaxagoras and the Size of the Sun 

      Couprie, Dirk L. (Flinders University Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2009)
      Plutarch and others report that Anaxagoras compared the size of the sun with the Peloponnesus. It is the aim of this paper to show that this was a fair estimate, from his point of view, which is that of a flat earth. More ...
    • Anaximander’s Zoogony 

      Gregory, Andrew (Flinders University Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2011)
      Aetius v, 19, 4 gives the following account of Anaximander’s zoogony: Ἀναξίμανδρος ἐν ὑγρῷ γεννησθῆναι τὰ πρῶτα ζῷα φλοιοῖς περιεχόμενα ἀκανθώδεσι, προβαινούσης δὲ τῆς ἡλικίας ἀποβαίνειν ἐπὶ τὸ ζηρότερον καὶ περιρρηγνυμένου ...
    • Ancient Atomism and Cosmogony. 

      Gregory, Andrew (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      How should we treat the cosmogonies of the early ancient Greek philosophers? Much work has been done in showing how these cosmogonies differ from creation myths and how they relate to philosophical issues such as change, ...
    • Ancient Greece and the Origins of Science. 

      Gregory, Andrew (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      This paper was given as a public lecture to open the 2005 Conference of Greek Studies. It presents a case for locating the origins of science with the ancient Greeks. Although this was once a common view, it has come under ...
    • Ancient Greek Cosmogony 

      Gregory, Andrew (Flinders University Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2009)
      This paper was given as a public lecture to open the 2007 Conference of Greek Studies. It discusses some themes in ancient Greek thought concerning the origins of the cosmos, and differentiates Greek philosophical cosmogony ...
    • The Anglo-Australian Sweet Company: A Sweet Cypriot-Australian Success Story 

      Ganzis, Nicholas (Flinders University Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2005)
      The society from which Greek and Cypriot migrants came to Australia was not as homogeneous as might appear from a superficial consideration of their common heritage of faith, language and culture, and the multifaceted ...
    • Are Greeks Really the Poor Relations of the European Union? Evidence of the Standard of Living 

      Close, David Henry (Flinders University Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2005)
      Greek governments frequently emphasise that their goal is convergence in standard of living with the European Union average, and assume that they have far to go. This paper discuses the methods available to compare standards ...
    • Aristotle and the Eternal Caterpillar. 

      Couvalis, Spyridon George; Roux, Suzanne Raymonde (Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
      Design arguments are arguments from apparent purposiveness to the conclusion that there is an intelligent deliberating being who planned the order in the world. Socrates and Plato put such arguments. Empedocles, Democritus ...