Dialogue – 14 Nov, 2011
Independent writer Joanne Lock looks at the current crisis in Greece and asks what would Themistocles do?
Dialogue – 7 Nov, 2011
I’m certain that I’m in good company when I say that Alex Dimitriades’s performance in the television drama, The Slap, is nothing short of superb.
Dialogue – 30 Oct, 2011
PART 2: That English is deemed to be the primary language of the latter generations and the corollary redundancy of Modern Greek can be evidenced by the following instructive anecd
“Mortals call him fluttering love,
But the immortals call him winged one,
Because the growing of wings is a necessity to him.”
Dialogue – 26 Oct, 2011
In part one, Dean Kalimniou looks at the Greek culture, identity and language through the eyes of the next generation.
Dialogue – 23 Oct, 2011
The UK High Court will soon reach a verdict on whether WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can be extradited to Sweden, to answer allegations of sexual misconduct.
Dialogue – 20 Oct, 2011
Dean Kalimniou explores these aforementioned themes in Greek civilisation.
Dialogue – 17 Oct, 2011
Neos Kosmos Greek edition journalist Claire Gazis gives us her impression of Greece in crisis after her holiday
Dialogue – 13 Oct, 2011
Joanne Lock looks compares modern day settlement to mythical times.
Dialogue – 12 Oct, 2011
Dean Kalimniou looks at stereotypes of the Greeks in history and in media, particularly the latest comments made by Sydney Morning Herald.