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'Greek and Cypriot Student Association Celebrate the Greek Independence Day (March 25th 1821)'

 Independence Day Celebration

 

March 23 2017, 8-11 pm
SAC Ballroom A, Stony Brook University


'The Allure of Panic after Nietzsche'

By Vassilis Lambropoulos

C.P. Cavafy Professor of Modern Greek, Departments of Classical Studies and Comparative Literature

University of Michigan

Thursday April 27 2017, 2.30-4 pm
Poetry Center (2nd floor), Humanities Building, Stony Brook University


 

'Tractatus on the sixth fame and reflections on the Greek brain drain and its diaspora'

By John Ioannidis

C.F. Rehnborg Professor in Disease Prevention, Professor of Health Research and Policy
Stanford University

Friday March 3 2017, 4-5 pm
Poetry Center (2nd floor), Humanities Building, Stony Brook University


'Adventures in Captivity: The Great Church Goes North'

By Nikos Panou

Assistant Professor and Peter V. Tsantes Endowed Professor in Hellenic Studies
Dept. of Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature

Monday December 5 2016, 2.30-4 pm
Poetry Center (2nd floor), Humanities Building, Stony Brook University


 

Special Performance by Guitar Duo Alexandra Christodimou and Yannis Petridis

FOUR GREEK COMPOSERS MEET GEORGE GERSHWIN

Yannis Petridis and Alexandra Christodimou tour the USA and Canada performing works by

Theodore Antoniou
Dimitris Minakakis
George Hatzimichelakis
Vasilis Tenidis
and
George Gershwin

Wednesday, November 16,1.00pm, concert - masterclass
Stony Brook University, Department of Music, Recital Room #2318

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Investiture Ceremony of Dr. Nikolaos Panou as the Peter V. Tsantes Endowed Professor in Greek Literature and Language


Wednesday, November 9, 2016  3 pm
Simons Center for Geometry and Physics
Reception to follow.


 

The Greek and Cypriot Student Association of Stony Brook University hosts their

3rd annual OXI Day Commemoration Event.

Friday, October 28th  6 p.m.-8 p.m. in the upstairs portion of the GLS/HDV center.


 

'AA: (Greek) Adoptees Anonymous.
Adoption, Memory, and Cold War Greece'

By Prof. Gonda Van Steen, Cassas Professor in Greek Studies, University of Florida

 

Thursday October 20 2016, 4-6 pm
Poetry Center (2nd floor), Humanities Building, Stony Brook University

 


The 10th annual New York City Greek Film Festival opens 

September 29 with especially noteworthy films. 
 

For full schedule and tickets, visit: nycgreekfilmfestival.com/

 


'Homo Auctor: Orphans, Merchants and the Making of the First Greek-American Citizen in the Nineteenth Century'
By Prof. Nikos Poulopoulos, University of Missouri-St. Louis

Thursday April 14, 2016, 1-3pm
Poetry Center (2nd floor), Humanities Building, Stony Brook University



Past events




Lecture by Prof. Elsa Amanatidou

President of the Ivy-Plus Consortium for Language Teaching and Learning

 

'Everyone Has a Story to Tell: Digital Storytelling and Critical Pedagogies'

Thursday March 10, 2016, 4-6pm

Poetry Center (2nd floor), Humanities Building, Stony Brook University


Greek and Cypriot SBU Student Association upcoming events:

2nd Annual OXI day Celebration

Thursday October 29 2015 at 7.30pm

Center for Global Studies and Human Development Center Stony Brook University
  


Film Screening

"Kisses to the Children" a documentary by Vassilis Loules

 

Discussion with the director after the screening

 

October 28 2015 at 6pm

Lecture Hall 1 at the Wang Center

 


Book Presentation

"The Scapegoat" by Sophia Nikolaidou

Discussion with the author and the English translator (Karen Emmerich)

 

October 21 2015 4-6pm

Poetry Center, Humanities Building 

 

Supported by the Onassis Foundation (USA) University Seminars Program



 

Lecture: Language Continuity, Contact and Change: The Greek (Romeyka) Varieties in Turkey today

Prof. Ioanna Sitaridou

Cambridge University

September 10 2015 at 1.00pm at the Melville Library, E4340, Stony Brook University

 

 

 

The Post-War Origins of the Cyprus Question

Ioannis D. Stefanidis

Professor of Diplomatic History

Faculty of Law

School of Law, Economics and Political Science

Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

April 29 2015 at 3.00pm at the Poetry Center

Humanities Building, Stony Brook University

 

 

 

Rebetiko ... to perpetuity

Spanning the History of Classical Rebetika from Smyrna to Pireaus to the Blues of New Orleans

with Grigoris Maninakis

Stavroula Manolopoulou - vocalist

Priscilla Owens - Blues singer

Christos  Vidiniotis - bouzouki soloist

The Mikrokosmos Ensemble and Sylvester Scott (jazz saxophone)

April 19 2015 at 5.30pm Community Center Greek Church of the Assumption, Port Jefferson, NY

RSVP: 631-473-0894 (Maria)

 

Book Presentation

Dr. Nicholas X. Rizopoulos, Academic Director of the Honors College at Adelphi University, discussed his recent book 'Civil and UnCivil Wars: Memories of a Greek Childhood, 1936-1950'. The event took place on Wednesday December 3rd, 2014 at 4pm at the Center for Italian Studies, E4340 Melville Library, 4th floor.

 

Ward Melville HS Chamber Orchestra Performs at the Greek Church of the Assumption

The Ward Melville High School chamber orchestra performed at the Greek Church of the Assumption on Wednesday, Nov. 19 at 7 p.m.
This is a tremendous honor for the students, and the community is invited to attend. The church is located on Sheep Pasture Road in Port Jefferson. 

 


 

The Greek & Cypriot Student Association of Stony Brook University proudly presents the “OXI” Day Celebration, on October 28th, at 7:30PM at the Student Activities Center, Ballroom B. The event will include a presentation about the history of the day, poetry readings from students and dance performances of Greek traditional dances by the wonderful Rythmos Dancers. Snacks will be served. We would be honored if you could join us in celebrating this important day of the Greek history.


 

Live performance of traditional and contemporary Greek music with
Dimitris Mpasis and Sophia Papazoglou
Friday - October 10th 9pm
For tickets call: 631-533-2560
Visit website: www.gocaevents.com


A musical tribute to poet/lyricist Manos Eleutheriou

«τα λόγια ….και τα χρόνια» “the words ….and the years”

 

with Grigoris Maninakis

Stavroula Manolopoulou- vocalist

Christos  Vidiniotis- bouzouki soloist

and The Mikrokosmos Ensemble

May 4th, 2014 6.30pm SAC Auditorium

 

Made possible through the University Seminars Program of the Onassis Foundation (USA)
 

Ms Vassiliki Eleftheriou, MSc in Architecture, Director of the Acropolis Restoration Service

Dr Demetrios Anglos, Associate Professor of Chemistry at the University of Crete and Associated
Researcher at IESL- FORTH

  “The Acropolis restoration project: progress and laser interventions"

April 4th, 2014 6pm Wang Center LH2

Made possible through the University Seminars Program of the Onassis Foundation (USA)


 

Dr Phoevos Panagiotidis: Why teach Greek and how

LH1 Wang Center, April 2, 2014 4pm


 

Dr Nikos Panou: From the Stables to the Throne: was Basil I the Perfect Byzantine Emperor?

Humanities 1006, March 26, 2014 4pm


 

Dr Maria Kaliambou: The Book Culture of Greek Americans

Humanities 1006, March 13, 2014 4pm


Professor Paul Stephenson: The Serpent column: An Enduring Symbol of Hellenism

Wang Center, Lecture Hall 1, February 19, 2014 4pm


 

Professor Michael Cosmopoulos: Searching for the cities of the Trojan War: the excavation of a
new early Greek palace at Iklaina

Wang Center, Lecture Hall 2, February 17, 2014 4pm


 

Friday January 24, 2014 at 4PM

Professor Andre Gerolymatos: 'The Greek Civil War: Politics, Strategy and Stalemate'

Wang Center, Lecture Hall 2, January 24 2014, 4pm


Screening of "Smyrna: The Destruction of A Cosmpolitan City, 1900-1922" 

Maria Iliou's recently produced documentary "Smyrna: The Destruction of A Cosmpolitan City, 1900-1922"
will be shown on Friday, November 15, 7-9:30 PM at the Wang Center (Theater). The documentary is free to the public.

The documentary's director, Maria Iliou, and the historical consultant of the documentary, Dr. Alexander
Kitroeff, will join us that day and answer questions by the audience in the last 30 minutes. The documentary will be screened at 21 Modern Greek Studies Programs at selected US and Canadian universities during fall 2013 and winter 2014; the program at the University of Illinois has the honor to be one of those. This screening was made possible by a generous sponsorship from Stavros Niarchos Foundation.

 

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