27th – 30 June 2013
The conference committee would like to thank all our attendees, speakers, sponsors and our community for attending and supporting the 10th International Conference on Greek Research and the 2nd International Conference on Ageing in a Foreign Land.
The next conference will be held in June 2015. Please see the following web sites for further information
11th International Conference on Greek Research
The proceedings of the Ninth Biennial International Conference of Greek Studies (June 2011) publication and Crossing Boundaries: Greek Textual and Cultural Landscapes Special Issue of Modern Greek Studies (Australia and New Zealand, June 2013) publication are now printed and available to order.
If you would like to order hard copies of either publication please contact Layla.firstname.lastname@example.org
The publications are also available to view online following these links:
2011 Proceedings: http://dspace.flinders.edu.au/xmlui/handle/2328/26854
Special Issue Journal: http://dspace.flinders.edu.au/xmlui/handle/2328/26836
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|The 10th International Conference on Greek Research was a 4-day event where research papers were presented on studies related to Greek and Cypriot themes. A vibrant program was dedicated to papers and posters relating to Greek and Cypriot studies that will continue the tradition of the international conferences on Greek Research and a one day professional development for teachers in Modern Greek. The conference included the following areas of research:||The 2nd International Conference on Ageing in a Foreign Land addressed the needs of the migrant diasporas with regard to ageing and health, service provision, language and cultural identity issues of Greek and other Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities in Australia and overseas. We welcomed attendance from academics, researchers, practitioners, policy makers and aged care providers. We were particularly (but not exclusively) seeking papers and posters on:|
The Hon Mark Butler MP - Minister for Mental Health and Ageing | Minister for Housing and Homelessness Minister for Social Inclusion Minister Assisting the Prime Minister on Mental Health Reform Minister for Mental Health and Ageing | Minister for Housing and Homelessness Minister for Social Inclusion Minister Assisting the Prime Minister on Mental Health Reform
Dr Rick Bentitz - Sydney University
Rosa Colanero - Chief Executive Officer, Multicultural Aged Care Inc
Kaye Fallick - Director of the International Federation on Ageing
Professor Graeme Hugo - ARC Australian Professorial Fellow, Professor of the Discipline of Geography, Environment and Population and Director of the Australian Population and Migration Research Centre at the University of Adelaide.
Keryn Curtis - Australia Ageing Agenda
Pat Sparrow - Director, Aged Care Reform
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