The Phrixos B. Papachristidis chair in Modern Greek and Greek-Canadian Studies will be hosting in 2011-2012 a series of events on Greece upon the occasion of the 190th anniversary of the Greek War of Independence.
Given the current Greek debt / EU crisis the chair initiates a Brown-bag lunch interdisciplinary discussion series open to anyone interested in understanding the current crisis. A short presentation of a specific aspect of the crisis by 2 scholars from different fields followed by an open discussion with the public.
Brown-bag lunch series
WHAT’S GOING ON IN GREECE and… WHY DOES IT MATTER?
1. Thursday November 24 , 12.00-1.30 pm LEA 808
Being the cradle of democracy and a… PIG. On Greek democracy and its symbolisms
Profs. Hans Beck, Classical studies & Tassos Anastassiadis
2. Thursday December 8, 12.00-1.30pm LEA 808
Europe’s (South)East End: What does the narrative of corruption tell us about the situation in Greece (and the Balkans)?
Profs. Maria Popova -Political Science & Tassos Anastassiadis
Also on November 23, 5.30pm a round table discussion with economists discussing the Greek-EU debt crisis will be held at the Faculty Club.
for more information click here: GREECE AND THE EUROPEAN SOVEREIGN DEBT CRISIS (11)