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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 VoxPop 2: Christmas Episode 2 of VoxPop, the Oxford Classics Podcast Gail Trimble, Emma Searle, Jas Elsner, Dominic Dalglish 05 Jan 2018
2 Creative Commons Recreating the music of an ancient Greek chorus: Euripides Orestes Research into ancient music. Kirsten Shepherd-Barr, Armand O Angour 23 Jun 2017
3 Macedonian Lawgiver Kings and the Young: ΝΕΟΤΗΣ ΓΕΓΥΜΝΑΣΜΕΝΗ: The David Lewis Lecture 2016 The 2016 David Lewis Memorial Lecture, delivered by Professor Miltiades B. Hatzopoulos of the International Hellenic University. Introduced by Robert Parker. Miltiades B. Hatzopoulos, Robert Parker 31 Oct 2016
4 Opening Remarks Dimitris Papanikolaou, Professor of Modern Greek Studies, St Cross College, University of Oxford, gives the opening remarks to the conference. Dimitris Papanikolaou 28 Apr 2016
5 Turning Infrastructures on their Head Dimitris Dalakoglou (VU University, Amsterdam) gives the second talk in the fourth panel; Philanthropy or Solidarity? Ethical Dilemmas about Humanitarian Action in Times of Austerity. Dimitris Dalakoglou 28 Apr 2016
6 Philanthropy or Solidarity? Ethical Dilemmas about Humanitarian Action in Times of Austerity Dimitrios Theodossopoulos (University of Kent) gives the first talk in the fourth panel; Citizenship, Networks, Publics Dimitrios Theodossopoulos 28 Apr 2016
7 Depicting the Pain of Others: Photography, Refugees and the Ethics of Seeing in the Aegean Shores George Giannakopoulos (Queen Mary, University of London) gives the second talk in the third panel; Crisis in the Frame. George Giannakopoulos 28 Apr 2016
8 Representing the Greek Depression: The Photography of Crisis Penelope Petsini (Independent scholar and critic, Athens), gives the first talk in the third panel; Crisis in the Frame. Penelope Petsini 28 Apr 2016
9 Pride and Prejudice: Archeopolitics and the Iconology of the Crisis Dimitris Tziovas (University of Birmingham), gives the second talk in the second panel Using Cultural Capital. Dimitris Tziovas 28 Apr 2016
10 Poems that Warn and Console: Appropriations of C.P.Cavafy at the Dawn of the Greek Financial Crisis Foteini Dimirouli (University of Oxford) gives the first talk in Panel 2: Using Cultural Capital. Foteini Dimirouli 28 Apr 2016
11 Narratives of the Greek Crisis: Books vs. Social Media? Eleni Papargyriou (King’s College, University of London) gives the second presentation from the first panel Writing (in) the Crisis. Eleni Papargyriou 28 Apr 2016
12 “Not a Diagnosis, but a Symptom”: Contemporary Greek Poetry in Transition Thodoris Chiotis (Onassis Cultural Foundation, Athens) gives first presentation from the first panel Writing (in) the Crisis. Thodoris Chiotis 28 Apr 2016
13 From the Crisis to Metamorphosis: History, Trauma and Loss in C. Oikonomou’s Kati tha ginei tha deis and D. Papamarkos’s MetaPoesis Vassiliki Kaisidou (University of Oxford) gives the third talk in the fourth panel; 'Continuities and Ruptures': The 'Crisis' as a new period in Greek history? Vassiliki Kaisidou 26 Apr 2016
14 “Greek drama”: The role of heritage in spectacle creation during the Greek economic crisis Mina Dragouni (UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage) gives the second talk in the fourth panel 'Continuities and Ruptures': The 'Crisis' as a new period in Greek history? Mina Dragouni 26 Apr 2016
15 Far-right blogging and migration: discourses and aesthetics Ismini Sioula-Georgoulea (Panteion University of Political and Social Sciences), gives the first talk in the fourth panel 'Continuities and Ruptures': The 'Crisis' as a new period in Greek history? Ismini Sioula-Georgoulea 26 Apr 2016
16 Crisis and memory on the foreign stage: The bilingual Abandon the Citizens Maria Mytilinaki Kennedy (CUNY) gives the third talk in the panel; Renegotiations from the 'outside': International Discourses and Diasporic Perspectives. Maria Mytilinaki Kennedy 26 Apr 2016
17 A love-hate relationship? The impact of historical Philhellenism on Germany’s view of the “Greek Crisis” Dr. Helen Roche (University of Cambridge) gives the second talk in the third panel; Renegotiations from the 'outside': International Discourses and Diasporic Perspectives. Helen Roche 26 Apr 2016
18 The ‘refugee crisis’ as a neo-orientalist discourse Maria Kenti Kranidioti (University of Durham), gives the first talk in panel 3; Renegotiations from the 'outside': International Discourses and Diasporic Perspectives. Maria Kenti Kranidioti 26 Apr 2016
19 The “Polytechnic generation” in modern Greek “literature of the crisis”: the cases of Petros Markaris and Rhea Galanaki Yannis Vangelokostas (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), gives the third talk in panel 2; A Panorama of the 20th Century: Dominant Discourses, Resistance and Culpability. Yannis Vangelokostas 26 Apr 2016
20 Which Side Are You On?: Historical Divisions as Identity Re-inventions during the Greek Crisis Ioanna Manoussaki-Adamopoulou (UCL), gives the second talk in panel 2; A Panorama of the 20th Century: Dominant Discourses, Resistance and Culpability. Ioanna Manoussaki-Adamopoulou 26 Apr 2016
21 Howling Kleftika: re-writing the Beats in the post-December youth (sub)cultures Nikos Kalogiros (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), gives the first talk in panel 2; A Panorama of the 20th Century: Dominant Discourses, Resistance and Culpability. Nikos Kalogiros 26 Apr 2016
22 Smyrna in Your Pocket: History, Emotion and the Drama of Refugees Kristina Gedgaudaitė (University of Oxford), gives the third talk in Panel 1; Crisis and Catastrophe: The Politics of Memory Between Moments of 'Crisis'. Kristina Gedgaudaitė 26 Apr 2016
23 Kinship and post-war trauma: Re-imagining the Asia Minor Catastrophe in times of crisis in Dimosthenis Papamarkos Angeliki Mousiou (University of Oxford), gives the second talk on Panel 1; Crisis and Catastrophe: The Politics of Memory Between Moments of 'Crisis'. Angeliki Mousiou 26 Apr 2016
24 Time, Space and Narrative: Multiplicity of Politics in the Graphic Novel 'Aivali' Elžbieta Banytė (Vilnius University), gives the first talk on Panel 1; Crisis and Catastrophe: The Politics of Memory Between Moments of 'Crisis'. Elžbieta Banytė 26 Apr 2016
25 Redeveloping the Ashmolean Greece Galleries Susan Walker, Ashmolean Museum, gives a talk on how the Ashmolean museum is redevloping thier Ancient Greece exhibitions Susan Walker 21 Oct 2014
26 Creative Commons THEMIS: What kind of asylum and which destination? Afghan asylum seekers transiting from Greece Angeliki Dimitriadi presents her paper 'What kind of asylum and which destination? Afghan asylum seekers transiting from Greece' in Parallel session IV(D) of the conference Examining Migration Dynamics: Networks and Beyond, 24-26 Sept 2013 Angeliki Dimitriadi 20 Jan 2014
27 To boldly go: Greek exploration from wife-eaters to counting cows Dr Katherine Clarke gives a talk for the Classics Open Day, held on 15th March 2013. Katherine Clarke 10 Apr 2013
28 Europe: still a common vision? Dr Wolfgang Schäuble (German Federal Minister of Finance) delivers a lecture for the European Studies Centre, St Antony's College on 29th October 2012. Wolfgang Schäuble, Chris Patten, Othon Anistasakis, Margaret MacMillan 03 Dec 2012
29 Melina Mercouri's cultural activity and its continuation: Europe-economy and the power of culture Spyros Mercouris delivers a lecture on 7 June 2012 at St Antony's College, University of Oxford. Spyros Mercouris 19 Jun 2012
30 Creative Commons Mandelson: Is the European Project Over? Peter Mandelson's lecture on Britain and the survival of the European project. Peter Mandelson 24 May 2012
31 Creative Commons Reflections on the European Crisis Dr José Cutileiro (Special Adviser to the President of the European Commission) delivers a lecture for the Centre for Portuguese Language / Instituto Camões of Oxford. José Cutileiro 08 Dec 2011
32 Creative Commons Rocking the Cradle...6,000 Years of Geological Impact in Greece From the 2010 Alumni Weekend. Phillip England talks about the history of Greece through its many earthquakes and seismic activity over the last 6000 years and shows how these events shaped the ancient world's history. Phillip England 25 Oct 2010
33 Creative Commons Rocking the Cradle...6,000 Years of Geological Impact in Greece From the 2010 Alumni Weekend. Phillip England talks about the history of Greece through its many earthquakes and seismic activity over the last 6000 years and shows how these events shaped the ancient world's history. Phillip England 25 Oct 2010
34 Interview with Evans-Pritchard Lecturer Dr Charles Stewart (13 May 2010) Dr Charles Stewart (UCL) is interviewed by Anthropology graduate student Ana Ranitovic at All Souls, Oxford, about his longterm interest in dreams and historical consciousness in modern Greece. Charles Stewart 27 May 2010
35 Neither Freud nor Artemidorous, Evans-Pritchard Lecture by Charles Stewart (27 April 2010) The first Evans-Pritchard Lecture for 2010, presented at All Souls College on 27 April by Dr Charles Stewart (UCL). The series theme was Dreaming and Historical Consciousness in Island Greece. Charles Stewart 27 May 2010
36 Creative Commons Treasures of Oxford - Athenian Wine Drinking Cup Sir John Boardman talks about a wine drinking cup made in Ancient Athens; he also talks about what we can learn from it about Ancient Greek culture and the kind of lifestyle the Greeks had. John Boardman 11 Mar 2010
37 Creative Commons Introduction to Art of the Ancient World Donna Kurtz and Sir John Boardman talk about Sir John's life, his career and experiences as a classical scholar and also the relationship works of art from different cultures around the ancient world have with one another. John Boardman, Donna Kurtz 11 Mar 2010
38 Cradle of Western Civilization Professor Griffin from the Oxford University Society Travel Programme gives a humourous talk about the ancient Aegean Islands; the founding Minoan and Greek civilizations where philosophy, science, and literature were born and first flourished. Jasper Griffin 12 Jun 2009