Sun 2 Jun | 10:00am | IS THERE A “GREEK AUSTRALIAN” LITERARY CANON?
Greeks have been writing in Australia for over a century. In that time a significant body of work has emerged, but what is its place within the broader Australian literary landscape? How do we recognise it and is it even definable? Join poet and journalist Dean Kalimniou as he leads a ground-breaking discussion with Greek community historians, poets, translators and researchers Drs. Christos Fifis, Tina Giannoukas, and Konstandina Dounis that explores the history and development of that literature, while attempting to define a “Greek-Australian” canon.
Chair: Dean Kalimniou
Panelists: Dr. Konstandina Dounis, Dr. Christos Fifis, Dr. Tina Giannoukos
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