Jun
20

Homeland‒diaspora relations in flux

Homeland‒diaspora relations in flux Greece and Greeks abroad at times of crisis Register HERE. The Greek Diaspora Project at SEESOX is organizing a conference “Homeland-Diaspora Relations in Flux: Greece and Greeks abroad at times of Crisis” on June 22-23, 2018 at St Antony’s College, University of Oxford. Greece’s long drawn out economic crisis is by now an indisputably pivotal event in the country’s history and as such, it cannot but […]

Mar
22

Splinters by Praxis

Splinters are the small pieces of wood that penetrate the skin, or the fragments of a shattered impression. 7 short stories that together synthesise an ensemble, a play about human relationships. 7 dialogues among friends, lovers, family members or internal, self-dialogues, that bring to light the never-ending quest for happiness, freedom, self-conscience and identity through our day to day interactions. The struggle between solitude and co-existence, between the self and […]

Jun
09

Kourelou @ Tandem Festival – Oxford

All proceeds from the event will go to Restore’s works supporting people with mental health issues. Starts 3pm. Full Line up: Kourelou, Bitch’n’Monk, Xogara, Lambrego, Owl Light Trio, Okina, Sophie Ter Schure, Matt Chanarin and the Crumpet Failings, Jamie Doe, Leacudé, Ethno England, Castle, Ojkryptic, Rich Rainford, Papa Nui, Gabriel Edwards, and Greek Choir. Tickets: £15 (£12.50 concessions) in advance and £17.50 on the door. Available from now from Truck Store, Cultivate Veg Van, […]

Feb
05

The ancient Aegean and Cyprus in the Ashmolean: A conversation and gallery tours – Oxford

With Dr Yannis Galanakis (Cambridge), Gerald Cadogan (British School at Athens), Dr Anja Ulbrich (Ashmolean Museum, Oxford) This event celebrates two world-class archaeological collections at the Ashmolean through a conversation on two recently published books for both students, university colleagues and the general public by their authors: One, The Aegean World, is the guide to the Ashmolean’s Aegean collection by Yannis Galanakis, the other, The Great Islands, dedicated to Gerald […]