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Boston, November 18: Lecture on Modern Greece

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Originally From: Kokkalis_Program@ksg.harvard.edu

The Kokkalis Program on Southeast and East-Central Europe invites you to the following event:

Monday November 18 4:15 PM

"Greece: The Modern Sequel"

Dr. Thanos Veremis, Karamanlis Professor of Hellenic and Southeasthern European Studies, The Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University

Dr. Veremis will present the thesis of his forthcoming book which identifies constant factors underlying the workings of present-day Greece and which challenges established notions and stereotypes (often promoted by nationalism and caricatures created by complacent onlookers) that disfigure perceptions of the country.

Garden Room, Minda de Ginzburg Center for European Studies, Harvard University 27 Kirkland Street at Cabot Way, Cambridge, MA 02139

Co-sponsored by the Southeastern Europe Study Group and the Greek Study Group

For more information please visit http://www.ksg.harvard.edu/kokkalis or call (617)496-0175.


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