MODERN GREEK STUDIES ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA AND NEW ZEALAND
Third Biennial Conference to be held at the University of Melbourne Sunday 29 September to Wednesday 2 October 1996
GREEK CULTURE: TRADITION, INNOVATION, EVOLUTION.
Papers are invited to explore the directions taken by Greek culture in the recent past and the present, and the implications for the future, as well as to investigate the constructs tradition, innovation, evolution from a theoretical point of view with reference to the culture of Greece, Cyprus and the Greek Diaspora. The conference aims to accommodate a broad range of interests among Neohellenists, and it is hoped that participants will bring insights to the exploration of the theme from a diversity of disciplines, including cultural / multicultural studies, linguistics, literary criticism, pedagogy, politics and social anthropology. The conference will also receive and discuss reports on the teaching of Modern Greek in Australia, New Zealand and elsewhere, and will include a General Meeting of the Association.
Papers may be either in English or in Greek. 200-word abstracts of proposed papers should reach the convenors by Friday 16 February 1996 at the following address:
MGSAANZ Conference Convenors PO Box 4076 University of Melbourne Parkville, Victoria 3052, Australia.
It is expected that participants will secure funding from their own institutions to cover fares and accommodation expenses.
Convenors: Anna Chatzinikolaou & Stathis Gauntlett.
Conference Convenors' Telephone (+61)-3-9344 5672. Fax (+61)- 3-9344 4161 (addressed to S Gauntlett).
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