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36 Hours in Athens

From the New York Times!

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Reasons to Love Athens in September

There is something special about Athens in September. People have returned from their summer vacations, and the city has a renewed life and energy. I think it’s a great time of year to visit, because in addition to the usual attractions, there are an endless amount of events, exhibitions, shows and other things to do. Here’s why to love Athens in September.

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Talk & Readings by Miriam Frank

A cultural event at the Athens Centre, on Wednesday, September 27th, at 7pm. Free entrance. A wine reception will follow the event.

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WWU 2017 at the Athens Centre

A study-abroad program at the Athens Centre, from Western Washingto University, entitled «Greece: Its Literature and Culture»

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Sonic Matamorphoses: Delphi

Guest of Honor: Ros Bandt, former Athens Centre student!

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«Reminiscing on my time abroad»

Today marks one month since I returned from one of the greatest adventures of my life (so far). One month ago, I flew back into the United States via Philadelphia after studying abroad for a  semester in Athens, Greece. From January until the end of April, I studied about, explored, and lived in the city […]

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Poetry and Video: Fusion & Diffusion

At the Athens Centre, on Wednesday June 14, 2017, at 7pm.

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Poetic Impressions: Pythagorean & Heraclitean Perspectives», by Ginger Zaimis & Lee Slonimsky

At the Athens Centre on Wednesday, June 21, 2017, at 7pm.

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A lecture by Peter Moskos entitled: «Greek Americans: Struggle and Success»

A talk on the history and current status of Greeks in America based on the 3rd edition of Greek Americans: Struggle and Success (New Brunswick: Transaction Publishers, 2014). At the Athens Centre on Wednesday, June 7th, at 7pm.

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Lecture by Achilleas Stamatiadis entitled «Language Change & Historical Intertextuality»

Lecture entitled: «Language Change & Historical Intertextuality: Understanding Cavafy’s Poetry through Homer and Tzetzes», at the Athens Centre on Wednesday, May 31st, at 7pm

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