2012: Thinking Diversely: Hellenism and the Challenge of Globalisation (Special Issue)

a Journal for Greek Letters Special Edition (Dec. 2012)

Over thousands of years Greek culture has spread across the globe to many people - through language, medicine and the sciences, philosophy, art, archaeology, architecture and politics; much of has been bestowed upon the world by Greek civilization. Greek culture has survived from the 3rd millennium BC when the original Hellenes first arrived in the area now known as Greece. Despite many wars, foreign occupations and other threats to its culture, Hellenism has persisted. Today however, we question its future. What do we mean today by the concept of Hellenism? How will Hellenism survive in a globalised world?

Guest Editor: Elizabeth Kefallinos

Special thanks to: Republic of Cyprus Ministry of Education and Culture, and Macquarie University Greek Studies Foundation for their generous financial assistance.

Cover image source: Wikipedia website | Artist: Panayiotis Zografos

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Table of Contents

Articles

Elizabeth Kefallinos
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Martha Mylona
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Mario Baghos
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Vicky Karaiskou
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Dimitri Kepreotes
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Paul McKechnie
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Alanna Nobbs
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Ken Parry
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Kenneth Sheedy
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Maria Shialis
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Andrea Stylianou
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Maria Zarimis
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Elizabeth Kefallinos
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Myrsina Tonys-Soulos
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Catherine Tsacalos
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Athena Helena Maria Gavriel
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Kyriaki Frantzi
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Katherine Cassis
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John N Yiannakis
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George Kanarakis
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Leonard Janiszewski, Effy Alexakis
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Blanche Menadier
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Sophia Sakellis
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George Kanarakis
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Elizabeth Kefallinos
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Mio Bryce
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