7th International Summer University concludes works with a scent of Australian philhellenism

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The program was organised by the Laboratory For the Study of Social Issues, Mass Media and Education of the Department of Early Childhood Education of the School of Education Sciences of the University of Ioannina in collaboration with the Modern Greek Studies Program of the Department of Media, Communications, Creative Arts, Language, and Literature of Macquarie University, in Sydney Australia, and with the participation of The Circle of Hellenic Academics in Boston.

Period21 Jul 2021

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Media contributions

  • Title7th International Summer University concludes works with a scent of Australian philhellenism
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletThe Greek Herald
    Media typePrint
    Duration/Length/Size1min
    CountryAustralia
    Date21/07/21
    DescriptionThe program was organised by the Laboratory For the Study of Social Issues, Mass Media and Education of the Department of Early Childhood Education of the School of Education Sciences of the University of Ioannina in collaboration with the Modern Greek Studies Program of the Department of Media, Communications, Creative Arts, Language, and Literature of Macquarie University, in Sydney Australia, and with the participation of The Circle of Hellenic Academics in Boston. Among the VIP guests was Prof. Martina Möllering, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Arts of Macquarie University who emphasized the fact that ‘This collaboration aligns with Macquarie University’s strategic international collaborations and valuable external outreach and that it gives the opportunity to the diaspora of Australia -and not only- to communicate with the academic community of Greece on the current topic “Language and freedom of expression”, which highlights the essence of language’.
    Producer/AuthorArgyro Vourdoumpa
    URLhttps://greekherald.com.au/news/7th-international-summer-university-concludes-works-with-scent-australian-philhellenism/
    PersonsPatricia Koromvokis, Nikoletta Tsitsanoudi-Mallidi