Why Document Family Histories?
The Food for Thought network presents a free seminar on strategies for engaging second and third generation Australian Greeks with the documentation of family history.
Eminent academics Dimitrios Konstadakopoulos from Bristol University and Phillip Dimitriadis from Victoria University will present two case studies, one from America and one from Australia.
The book From Tsamanta to Melbourne will be launched on the night and tsipouro and mezedakia will be served after the presentation.
Date: Friday 10 July 2009
Venue: Level 3, Greek Community Building, cnr Russell & Lonsdale Sts, Melbourne
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