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Podcast: Paul Nicolaou is reactivating Sydney with a sense of kleos and clout

We asked Paul Nicolaou to tell us the first word that pops to mind when we say ‘future’, and he said ‘legacy’. The ancient Greeks called it kleos – noble …

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The Greek side of Immigration Minister Alex Hawke

There’s no denying that Alex Hawke, the Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs, is a proud Australian but he is also another example of the Greek Australian …

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Exclusive interview: Peeling the layers of Yanis Varoufakis and the great Greek conundrum

Ancient Greek theatre shared myths and legends, bringing wonder and igniting hope in the spectators who would come and watch. For years now, many Greek citizens have seen and continue …

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From Punchbowl Mosque to Greek Archdiocese: Greek Australian Angelo Candalepas tightrope walks across the architecture of many faiths

Angelo Candalepas has humble beginnings, the son of parents from the same village near Tripoli, central Greece, who came to Australia for a better life. At great personal sacrifice, they …

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An interview with Steven Pressfield: Channelling Ares, the god of strife

Steven Pressfield’s latest book A Man At Arms is set in Jerusalem and the Sinai desert around the first century CE when Judea was under Roman occupation. Telamon of Arcadia …

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Seven Greek pirates sent as prisoners to the colony of NSW were freedom fighters says scholar

Sailors, Pirate and Freedom fighters Seven Greek sailors were sent as convicts to Australia in 1830 for piracy. The seven sailors on a Maltese ship Hercules attacked a British Ship, …

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Koulla Roussos barrister, First Nations’ advocate and fine art curator is a genuine polymath

Koulla Roussos from the Northern Territory is a Criminal Law Barrister who coordinated a landmark Stolen Generations case in the mid-90s and a curator punishing herself by completing a Masters …

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Peeling back the layers of Arthur Sinodinos, Australia’s Kefalonian Ambassador to the United States

 Much has been written about the US elections, and Australia’s Ambassador to the US, Arthur Sinodinos, has been busy analysing, answering media questions, advising Australia’s government. He may have …

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The Cave podcast: Ancient Thebans derided as yokels by the “snooty Athenians”

[This episode of The Cave was recorded on 4 August 2020.] Cartledge, the former head of Greek History at the University of Cambridge has an impressive list of publications including the …

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Not all things begin with the Greeks – a discussion with Professor Louise A. Hitchcock

Louise A. Hitchcock is Professor in Archaeology, Historical and Philosophical Studies at the University of Melbourne and an expert on the Bronze Age and the Sea People. She knows  the Philistines, Babylonians, …

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