Greek Communities in Italy Support “Medecins du Monde”

The Greek communities of Italy have started a travelogue of solidarity, in order to boost the efforts of “Medecins du Monde” to support Greek families...

Cambridge Digitalizes 10th Century Greek Manuscript

A tenth century Greek manuscript recently came under the spotlight of the University of Cambridge’s Digital Library digitization program. The rare and important Greek...

Halki Seminary’s Library to be Digitized

The rich library of the Greek Orthodox Halki seminary, which includes some of the world's oldest printed books, will be digitized. The seminary library numbers 69,000 volumes....

Ulysses Undecided: A Research of Greek Students in Italy

Ulysses undecided is the title of a research conducted by Greek-Italian sociologist Andrea Pelitsia dedicated to Greek student mobility in Italy. From March to December...

Canadian Poet Praises Peer Ritsos

The Canadian poet and translator Beverley Bie Brahic, is fascinated by the laconic lyrics of one of Greece's greatest poets, the late Yannis Ritsos,...

2014 Greek Almanac Published in Istanbul

Over the years, the Greek nation has acquired many names; Hellenes, the Latin Graeci (Greeks), the Turkish Yunan. By late Antiquity, the Greeks referred...

Kazantzakis Event Unites People Across Europe

By Heini-Sofia Alavuo Nikos Kazantzakis may be one of Greece's most well-known exports, particularly for his 1946 novel, Zorba the Greek. Even in the far north...

Plato’s ‘Republic’ Among the 5 Most Important Books in the World

Charles Darwin’s “On the Origin of Species," issued in November 1859, was ranked first on an online poll about the most important academic papers...

Kazantzakis’ Work Travels to Munich

A Literature Night devoted to Nikos Kazantzakis will be held on November 28, 2013 at 8pm at Lenbach-Künstlerhaus, Lenbachplatz 8, situated in the heart...

Greek Publisher to Revive Greece’s Literature in Turkey

A newly founded Greek publishing house in Istanbul will be reviving the long multicultural tradition of Greek literature in the former Byzantine capital city...