Thalassa: Greek-Australians and the sea: part 1

Leonard Janiszewski, Effy Alexakis

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Abstract

Greeks have traditionally had a close affinity with the sea, not only as a means of passage but also as a means of both domestic and commercial subsistence. For over two hundred years, Australian waters have continued to nourish this association. Part 1 of this article looks at the sea as a means of Greek migration and employment.
LanguageEnglish
Pages52-56
Number of pages5
Volume24
Specialist publicationOPA! : Greek culture magazine
PublisherSteve Agi
Publication statusPublished - 2014

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Keywords

  • Australian maritime history
  • Greek-Australians
  • migration history
  • maritime employment

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Thalassa : Greek-Australians and the sea: part 1. / Janiszewski, Leonard; Alexakis, Effy.

In: OPA! : Greek culture magazine, Vol. 24, 2014, p. 52-56.

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