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Hyperion or the hermit in Greece

Concept, dramaturgy and performance by Dimitra Kreps

Hyperion or the hermit in Greece

ΓΙΑΝΝΗΣ ΖΗΚΟΥΔΗΣ: Άξιον Εστί

Σκοπός της εργασίας αυτής είναι η προσέγγιση του Άξιον Εστί με ερευνητικό εργαλείο το ηρωοκεντρικό μοντέλο αφηγηματικής ανάλυσης που ανέδειξε η μακρά παράδοση συστηματικής ανάλυσης λογοτεχνικών έργων η οποία ξεκίνησε με τη μελέτη της δομής των ρωσικών παραμυθιών από τους Ρώσους φορμαλιστές στις αρχές του 20ου αιώνα και πέρασε αργότερα στους στρουκτουραλιστές και σημειολόγους θεωρητικούς της λογοτεχνίας.

ΓΙΑΝΝΗΣ ΖΗΚΟΥΔΗΣ: Άξιον Εστί

ἐξ ἐρίων δὴ καὶ κλωστήρων καὶ ἀτράκτων

This essay examines that metaphor in the context of the political and war situation at the time Lysistrata was first performed. It considers traditional gender roles in the fifth-century Greek polis and Lysistrata’s inversion of those roles in her weaving analogy. Aristophanes’ comedic purpose in the weaving speech, in Lysistrata as a whole, and more generally across his corpus is examined. In addition, some observations are made about the sound pattern of Lysistrata’s speech and, in a personal argument, a speculative suggestion is advanced that the audience might have associated her cadences with the familiar rhythms of a domestic weaving loom.

ἐξ ἐρίων δὴ καὶ κλωστήρων καὶ ἀτράκτων

Discuss the portrayal and effects of loss in the poetry of Cavafy

My Mother's Sin and Other Stories A series of lectures on Modern Greek literature taught by Dr Dimitra Tzanidaki-Kreps This is a first class essay of one of my students, Jenny Wight, who took my course this year writing beautifully on the effects of loss in Cavafy's poetry.

Discuss the portrayal and effects of loss in the poetry of Cavafy

Discuss the portrayal and effects of loss in the poetry of Cavafy

My Mother's Sin and Other Stories A series of lectures on Modern Greek literature taught by Dr Dimitra Tzanidaki-Kreps This is a first class essay of one of my students, Jenny Wight, who took my course this year writing beautifully on the effects of loss in Cavafy's poetry.

Discuss the portrayal and effects of loss in the poetry of Cavafy

Η ΔΕΠΠΣ και η ελληνόγλωσση εκπαίδευση εξωτερικού

Αξιολόγηση της ελληνόγλωσσης τριτοβάθμιας εκπαίδευσης εξωτερικού στην Ελλάδα

Η ΔΕΠΠΣ και η ελληνόγλωσση εκπαίδευση εξωτερικού

Μεταπτυχιακό εξ αποστάσεως πρόγραμμα για τη Διδασκαλία της Ελληνικής ως Δεύτερης/Ξένης Γλώσσας (Παν. Λευκωσίας - ΚΕΓ)

Το Πανεπιστήμιο Λευκωσίας σε συνεργασία με το Κέντρο Ελληνικής Γλώσσας διοργανώνει μεταπτυχιακό πρόγραμμα "Διδασκαλία της Ελληνικής ως Δεύτερης/Ξένης Γλώσσας (MA, 3 εξάμηνα) - Εξ Αποστάσεως".

Μεταπτυχιακό εξ αποστάσεως πρόγραμμα για τη Διδασκαλία της Ελληνικής ως Δεύτερης/Ξένης Γλώσσας (Παν. Λευκωσίας - ΚΕΓ)

Poetics and Histories: To What Extent Did C. P. Cavafy Alter Historical Narratives, and for What Artistic Purposes?

stuident Name: Joseph Watson Module Lecturer: Dr Dimitra Tzanidaki-Kreps Date of Submission: 11/01/2016

Poetics and Histories: To What Extent Did C. P. Cavafy Alter Historical Narratives, and for What Artistic Purposes?

BIRZEIT UNIVERSITY - Παλαιστίνη

Ευαγγελία Καφφέ-Αλαούνε BIRZEIT UNIVERSITY Αγγλόφωνο Πανεπιστήμιο όπου διδάσκονται τα ν.ε

BIRZEIT UNIVERSITY - Παλαιστίνη

«Examine how homoerotic love is expressed in Cavafy’s erotic poetry» By Yousuf Danawi, Reading University

This essay aims to examine the manner in which homoerotic love is expressed in Constantine Peter Cavafy’s erotic poetry.Initially, it will provide a brief introduction entailing contextual information. Subsequently, this essay will bestow an intricate analysis of his erotic poems, with a particular focus on elucidating recurrent themes pertaining tohomoerotic love. The analysis will explore both the formal and thematic constituents of Cavafy’s erotic poetry, accompanied by a pervading extraction of deeper meaning.This examination will be enhanced utilising relevant secondary literature. The primary source that consists of the poems to be discussed in this essay derives from a digital anthology that comprises Cavafy’s ‘Recognised’, ‘Denounced’, and ‘Hidden’ poems

 «Examine how homoerotic love is expressed in Cavafy’s erotic poetry» By Yousuf Danawi, Reading University

2nd Biennial International Conference on Byzantine and Early Modern Greek Fictional Writing

Harvard University, December 4-5, 2009After the highly successful 1st Biennial International Conference on Modern Greek Studies in December 2007, which was dedicated to the work of C. P. Cavafy,

the Program of Modern Greek Studies at Harvard-George Seferis Chair announces the 2nd Biennial International Conference on Byzantine and Early Modern Greek Fictional Writing, December 4-5, 2009

Please take note that the 23rd Nicholas Christopher Memorial Lecture in Modern Greek Studies will be also held in the frame of this Conference on December

4rth, at 6:30 P.M. in 202 Harvard Hall. The Keynote Speaker, Professor Elizabeth Jeffreys, Oxford University, will be talking on the topic of “Digenes

Akrites and Late Byzantine Verse Narrative.”

The conference is co-sponsored by the Medieval Studies Committee and the Department of the Classics.

Full details of both these events are offered in the Program of the Conference below, as well as on our website

(http://www.fas.harvard.edu/~modgreek/events.html):

2nd Biennial International Conference on Byzantine and Early Modern Greek Fictional Writing

& The 23rd Nicholas Christopher Memorial Lecture in Modern Greek Studies

December 4-5, 2009, Harvard Hall 202PROGRAM

Friday, December 4

11:00-12:45 Opening Remarks

Panagiotis Roilos, Professor of Modern Greek Studies and of Comparative Literature, Director, Program of Modern Greek Studies, Harvard University

Jan Ziolkowski, Arthur Kingsley Porter Professor of Medieval Latin, Director, Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Harvard University

Jeffrey Hamburger, Kuno Francke Professor of German Art and Culture Chair, The Medieval Studies Committee, Harvard University

Fictional Narratives across Genres

Thomas Hägg

"Fiction and Factography in the Life of St. Antony"

Paul Magdalino

"Apocryphal Narrative: Patterns of Fiction in Byzantine Prophetic and Patriographic Literature"

Paolo Cesaretti

"The Exegete as a Story-teller: The Dawn of Humankind according to Eustathios of

Thessalonike"

14:30-16:15 Narrative Strategies and Discursive Forms

Michael Jeffreys

"Three Forms of Byzantine and Modern Greek Oral Narrative and Their Written Reflections: Unrhymed, Rhymed, and Tragoudia"

Anthony Kaldellis

"Philosophy and the Rise of Literary Fiction in Byzantium"

Niels Gaul

"Dialogic Constructions of Fictitious Worlds and Literary ʽRealitiesʼ: Late

Byzantine Dialogues and Mimesis"

18:30 The Twenty-Third Nicholas Christopher Memorial Lecture in Modern Greek Studies

Elizabeth Jeffreys

"Digenes Akrites and Late Byzantine Verse Narrative"

Saturday, December 5

11:00-12:45 Flights of Imagination: Discursive and Visual Representations

Carolina Cupane

"Other Worlds, Other Voices: Form and Function of the Marvelous in Late Byzantine Fiction"

Ioli Kalavrezou

"The Marvelous Flight of Alexander in Byzantium"

Massimo Peri

"The Four-color Tradition in Early Demotic Greek Poetry"

14:30-16:15 Conceptualizing Genres

Ulrich Moennig

"Literary Genres and Mixture of Generic Features"

Roderick Beaton

"Hopeful Monsters or Living Fossils? The Komnenian Novels and Their Medieval and

Modern Reception"

Panagiotis Roilos

"Toward a Historical Anthropology of Byzantine Fictional Writing"

Vassiliki Rapti

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