'In their own image

Greek-Australians' National Project past, present and potential future

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Abstract

Since 1982 the “In Th eir Own Image: Greek-Australians” National Project has been researching the historical and contemporary Greek-Australian presence in both Australia and overseas. It has gathered a considerable oral, literary and visual archive, produced various publications, created major socio-cultural history exhibitions that have toured nationally and internationally, undertaken fi lm documentaries and multimedia presentations, and assisted in nourishing the next generation of Australian historians and sociologists by providing resources for both university teaching and research.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationGreek research in Australia
Subtitle of host publicationproceedings of the sixth biennial international Conference of Greek Studies, Flinders University, June 2005
EditorsElizabeth Close, Michael Tsianikas, George Couvalis
Place of PublicationAdelaide, South Australia
PublisherDept. of Languages - Modern Greek, Flinders University
Pages123-134
Number of pages12
ISBN (Print)9780725811310
Publication statusPublished - 2007
EventConference of Greek Studies (6th : 2005) - Adelaide
Duration: 23 Jun 200526 Jun 2005

Conference

ConferenceConference of Greek Studies (6th : 2005)
CityAdelaide
Period23/06/0526/06/05

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Keywords

  • Greek-Australians
  • Australian history
  • ethnic history
  • applied history
  • social history exhibitions
  • archives
  • Greek cafe
  • research partnerships

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Janiszewski, L., & Alexakis, E. (2007). 'In their own image: Greek-Australians' National Project past, present and potential future. In E. Close, M. Tsianikas, & G. Couvalis (Eds.), Greek research in Australia: proceedings of the sixth biennial international Conference of Greek Studies, Flinders University, June 2005 (pp. 123-134). Adelaide, South Australia: Dept. of Languages - Modern Greek, Flinders University.