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Blending Greek with Aboriginal Australian cultural elements in artistic expression
(Flinders University Department of Language Studies - Modern Greek, 2013-06)
This paper pursues another transnational course extending the paper I presented at the Eighth International Conference on Greek Research, where the influence of cultural aspects of Aboriginal Australians upon a variety of ...
Aspects of Interlanguage Contact: Greek and Australian English.
(Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2007)
Linguists accept that no languages, the users of which have come into contact with one another, are completely pure and free of transferred and borrowed language forms. Interlanguage transferences and borrowings, therefore, ...
The Diachronic Contribution of Greek to the Development of the English Language
(Flinders University Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2009)
Interlanguage contact and its resulting influences are a fascinating and rewarding field for the scholar and the general reader. Among the benefits of studying this linguistic interaction is the assistance which it provides, ...
A Page from the History of the Greek Presence in the Pacific Rim
(Flinders University Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2005)
The field of history in relation to the Greek Diaspora is one which is immensely rewarding for the researcher. It constitutes a treasure trove of lives and achievements of Greeks who have crossed the oceans to the Antipodes ...
Fact Versus Fiction. Researching Ethnic Groups in Australia
(Flinders University Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 1997)
While there is a general perception regarding research of a purely scientific nature (as in the fields of medicine, chemistry, nuclear physics, etc.), in that it is understood to involve the collection of data through ...
The Literary Expression of Hellenism in New Zealand
(Flinders University Department of Languages - Modern Greek, 2003)
In today's population of New Zealand of 3,800,000, the Greeks constitute a very small minority of approximately 4,000 people.
Across Cultural Boundaries: Greek and Aboriginal Australians in Contact
(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 ...