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Dean Kalymniou

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Diatribe – Child’s tale that reaches beyond the frivolous

One wintry Sunday afternoon, as we in Melbourne were enmeshed in the throes of the 2020 lockdown, my eldest daughter came to me and said: «Μπαμπά, όλο γράφεις και γράφεις …

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Diatribe: Arachne, Niobe – dark secrets of the Divine Sisterhood

I’ve always harboured a good deal of sympathy for Scylla, the Homeric monster that according to Virgil, inhabited a cave in the strait between Sicily and Calabria. According to Hyginus, …

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Depictions of Saint George and the family icons

My family icon of Saint George has a legend attached to it. According to tribal lore, it hung in an ancestral home and I owe more existence to it, for …

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March Mayhem: How our behaviour at the Greek Independence Day Parade defines our identity

This year’s Greek Independence Day march to the Shrine of Remembrance was dedicated to the victims of the Genocide of the Greeks of the Ottoman Empire. Most of the people …

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ΦΑΝΑΤΩΣ ΣΤΟΥΣ ΠΡΟΒΟΤΕΣ

How sundry ‘Ellinarades’ are crying racism at the manner in which the Australian media chose to emphasise the actions of the unruly few.

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Game of Thrones

Brace yourselves: The battle for Middle Earth begins.

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Greek nevermore?

Victorian educators to replace Greek taught at schools with Chinese and French.

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HIER STAND KANDANOS

A stark reminder that we must seek out and actively condemn all crimes of racial violence.

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‘Fathers from the Edge’

A recently published compendium of narratives examining the complex and multi-faceted relationship between Greek-Australian writers and their fathers.

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ΔΥΣΑΓΓΕΛΙΣΜΟΣ

The burning of the Evangelismos church marks a historical watershed in our community, to which the historians of tomorrow will return.

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