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submitted by Anna Cominos on 25.08.2016

RETURN TO THE VILLAGE

Over a lifetime in the making, comedic performer Anna Cominos will take to the Marrickville’s Factory Theatre stage with her hilarious one-woman show RETURN TO THE VILLAGE from 27-30 September, as part of the Sydney Fringe Comedy Festival.

 

Comically confronting the eternal existential questions of Who are we? Where are we from? Should I learn ukulele in this lifetime?

 

Interestingly, more than one in ...

Academic Research > Diaspora/Migration

submitted by Nicholas Glytsos on 21.08.2015

“Intergenerational Costs and Benefits of Kytherian Migration in Australia”

Nicholas P. Glytsos, Ph.D

Emeritus Researcher of Economics
Centre of Planning and Economic Research
Athens, Greece


Paper Presented in the 6th International Symposium of Kytheraismos:
The Kytherians of the World, the World of the Kytherians
6-9 November, Sydney, Australia



Abstract

The objective of this paper is to take stock of the overall costs and benefits of a century-long Kytherian migration ...

Academic Research > Diaspora/Migration

submitted by Anastasios Tamis on 25.02.2013

Kytherian Migration to Australia

ΚYΘHΡΑΪΚΗ ΜΕΤΑΝΑΣΤΕΥΣΗ ΣΤΗΝ ΑΥΣΤΡΑΛΙΑ

ΕΠΟΙΚΗΣΗ, ΚΙΝΗΤΙΚΟΤΗΤΑ ΚΑΙ ΤΑΥΤΟΤΗΤΑ

Το 1716 οι Έλληνες αναγνώστες γνώριzαν τις πρώτες νεφελώδεις χαρτογραφικές αναφορές για την Αυστραλία, ως χώρα με το όνομα Νέα Ολλανδική Γη, από το φοιτητή της Θεολογίας του Πανεπιστημίου ...

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submitted by Australian Hellenic Historical Society on 20.01.2013

A Greek-Australian Perspective. By Melissa Afentoulis

In,

Stories of Australian Migration

Edited by John Hardy.

New South Wales Universiy Press. 1988.

ISBN: 0 86840 155 2


[[picture:"Stories of Australian Migration.jpg" ID:20997]]

When first asked to write a paper dealing with the topic of migration, I was somewhat reluctant to do so, partly because of the personal nature of the issue for me but also because it is difficult to represent fully a 'Greek' ...

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submitted by Kytherian Cultural Exchange on 14.11.2010

Yassou, Souvlakia and Paniyiri: Adapting Greek Culture for Australians

Sue Keays,

Humanities and Human Services, QUT


Historically the Greeks have always travelled. Their foundation myths point to epic sea voyages of discovery, take for instance the travels of Odysseus or Jason’s voyage in the Argo in search of the Golden Fleece. (1) Seafaring and venturing abroad became part of the Greek way of life, a normal way of settling excess population or providing opportunities for younger sons. From the earliest European contact Greek ...

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submitted by Nicholas Glytsos on 29.08.2010

The Contribution of Australian Kytherians In the Economy of Kythera and Australia

Nicholas P. Glytsos, Ph.D.

Emeritus Researcher of Economics
Centre of Planning and Economic Research
Athens, Greece

Paper presented at the 3rd International Symposium of Kytheraismos
Kythera, 21-24 August 2008







Address for Correspondence
14 Phidias Street, 155 62 Holargos, Athens, Greece
E-Mail: nglytsos@otenet.gr
Tel.: ...

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submitted by James Victor Prineas on 23.02.2009

Internet usage in the Diaspora – kythera-family.net

by Angelika Pentsi.
Translation from the German by Joanna Mitchell

As its central focus, this paper examines the internet's role in the context of the cultural identity of immigrants. The following case study aims at finding empirical clues to help answer this question. The usage of the kythera-family.net web page by Kytherian emmigrants, particulary by the second and third generations, proves quintessential to the study. Does interaction with the site have any significance ...

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submitted by John George PRINEAS on 04.06.2007

Part 2: In search of Identity of the Kytherian Australians

Part 2: In search of Identity of the Kytherian Australians
by Prof. Basil Leftheris


7. Η Μετάλλαξη του Μετανάστη

Για να καταλάβουμε τις ψυχολογικές και νοητικές αλλαγές των μεταναστών από τα Κύθηρα στην σταδιοδρομία τους στην Αυστραλία, καταθέτω τη δική μου εμπειρία με την αγγλοσαξονική ...

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submitted by John George PRINEAS on 04.06.2007

Part 1. In search of Identity of the Kytherian Australians.

 “In search of Identity of the Kytherian Australians”

The following paper written by Prof. Basil Leftheris was presented at a special meeting (lecture) on the evening, 16/5/07 in the reception room of the Kytherian Brotherhood of Pireaus. Prof Leftheris paper,  “In search of Identity of the Kytherian Australians”, was inspired by his recent travel to the Symposium of Kytheraismos at Canberra, Australia. Amongst those present were professor George Cassimatis the ...

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submitted by Peter Makarthis on 07.02.2007

Proceedings of the Second International Kytheraismos Symposium: The new spirit of the Kytherian Diaspora The Kytherians in Inverell

The Kytherians in Inverell
Kythera to Cafes Australia 1890 - 1940

Mr Chairman,
Mr Elias Marsellos, Chairman Institute of Kytheraismos
Distinguished Guests
Ladies and Gentlemen

To the members of the Institute - thank you for the invitation to make a presentation to this prestigious gathering of Kytherians.

‘Welcome, friend!’ he said. ‘You can tell us what has brought you here when you have had some food.’

These ...

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submitted by George Vardas on 06.02.2007

Proceedings of the Second International Kytheraismos Symposium: The new spirit of the Kytherian Diaspora

Conference Proceedings of the Second International Kytheraismos Symposium

Some years ago the well-known Kytherian academic and publisher, Elias Marsellos, had a dream: how to unite people of Kytherian descent and philo-Kytherians spread around the globe. Elias came up with the idea of the Institute of Kytheraismos through which we would be able to connect the real world of Kythera (both the present and the ...

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submitted by Peter Makarthis on 06.10.2006

Kytherians of Inverell NSW Australia - Presentation to 2nd Symposium Kytheraismos Canberra Australia September 2006

The Kytherians in Inverell
Kythera to Cafes Australia 1890 - 1940


Institute OF KYTHERAISMOS. 2nd INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM. PROCEEDINGS

Mr Chairman,
Mr Elias Marsellos, Chairman Institute of Kytheraismos
Distinguished Guests
Ladies and Gentlemen

To the members of the Institute - thank you for the invitation to make a presentation to this prestigious ...

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submitted by Nicholas Glytsos on 01.10.2006

Δημογραφικές Εξελίξεις, Εκπαίδευση και Οικονομικές Συνθήκες των Ελλήνων της Αυστραλίας

Δημογραφικές Εξελίξεις, Εκπαίδευση και Οικονομικές Συνθήκες
των Ελλήνων της Αυστραλίας

Δρ Νικόλαος Π. Γλυτσός
Ερευνητής Α. Βαθμίδας
Κέντρο Προγραμματισμού και Οικονομικών Ερευνών (ΚΕΠΕ)


Εργασία που παρουσιάστηκε στο Ελληνοαυστραλιανό Συμπόσιο

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submitted by Nicholas Glytsos on 01.10.2006

“Women Staying Behind in Kythera as a Major Drive for Men’s Emigration to Australia. Changing Roles within the Split Migration Household”

“Women Staying Behind in Kythera as a Major Drive for Men’s Emigration to Australia. Changing Roles within the Split Migration Household”


Dr Nicholas P. Glytsos
Researcher Emeritus of Economics

Center of Planning and Economic Research
Athens, Greece


Abstract

Men’s emigration to Australia, before and after the Second World War, would not be possible if women (wives and daughters) could not replace the ...

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submitted by George N Leontsinis on 14.09.2006

Κυθηραϊκοί σύλλογοι και ιδρύματα στην Ελλάδα και στο διεθνή χώρο

Σκοπός και στόχοι – Υπόθεση εργασίας – Θεματικοί άξονες του συνεδρίου

Η εισήγηση στο συνέδριο αυτό διαθέτει χαρακτηριστικά επιστημονικής πρότασης, που η επιτυχής υλοποίησή της είναι συνάρτηση μιας ευρύτερης αποδοχής προσώπων και φορέων.* Οι συνθήκες ίδρυσης, οι δομές, ...

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submitted by George N Leontsinis on 14.09.2006

Kytherian Associations and Foundations in Greece and Abroad

Purpose and aims – work plan – central themes of the Conference

My paper at this conference contains recommendations of a scientific nature, whose successful implementation would depend on a general acceptance by all concerned.* The conditions of the establishment, the structure, organization and function of Kytherian institutions, scientific and cultural centers, clubs and associations, fraternities, scientific societies and brotherhoods, within Greece and its parishes abroad, ...

Academic Research > Diaspora/Migration

submitted by Nicholas Glytsos on 13.02.2006

Foreigners in Kythera: Their Impact on the Economy and Demography of the Island

Dr Nicholas P. Glytsos

Center of Planning and Economic Research
Athens, Greece

English Version of the Paper presented at the International Conference on Kytherian Migration: Historic Diaspora and Contemporary Migration Movements

Organized by the Open University of Kythera Municipality,
the University of Athens and La Trobe University of Australia

Kythera 16-19 September 2004

Address

14 Phidias ...

Academic Research > Diaspora/Migration

submitted by National Centre For Hellenic Studies & Research on 02.01.2006

Greeks of the Diaspora. World population statistics.

The "greeks abroad" total 5,607,950. The General Secretariat for Greeks Abroad has collated some information on the Hellenes of the Diaspora.

For a report of this information click for PDF

WorldpopoGrks.pdf


Greeks in Diaspora exist in all the continents of the world.

[[picture:"Diaspora greeks world map.jpg" ID:8866]]

While the majority settled in the ...

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submitted by George N Leontsinis on 02.12.2005

Seasonal Migration from Kythera towards the Turkish Occupied Greek and other Regions, and the Greek Revolution.

Beginning 18th century –1821 approx.

With this paper, I attempt to address the issue of refugees that appeared in Kythera and Antikythera during the pre-revolutionary period and the time of the Greek Revolution. The central framework of this study consists of the multiple dimensions of the seasonal migration phenomenon of Kytherians towards the Turkish occupied Greek and other regions.

I will refer to the positive impact of the participation of the island’s ...

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submitted by George N Leontsinis on 08.11.2005

Content and Function of the Revolutionary Movements in Ionian Islands. 1780-1817.

George N Leontsinis

LeontsinisRevolutionary.pdf