SECTION 1ST

GREECE TODAY: LANGUAGE AND CULTURE

 

1.George Kapsalis, Professor, Rector of the University of Ioannina.
Approaching aspects of New Greek Language.

 

 

2.Gina Kalogirou, Professor, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
"I woke with this marble head in my hands...": From Antiquity to Byzantium. A journey in time through Modern and Contemporary Greek Literature.

 

3.Georgia Ladogianni, Professor, University of Ioannina.
Τhe evolution of modern Greek literature during the 20th century and the movement of modernism.

 

4.Smaragda Papadopoulou-Mantathaki, Associate Professor, University of Ioannina, Author.
Language and hyperlanguage in surrealistic poetry of Andreas Empeirikos.

 

5.Members of Editorial Team of Dictionary of Medieval Greek Vernacular Literature "Emmanuel Kriaras".
From the text to the dictionary; a word's journey.

 

6.Afroditi Panagiotakou, Deputy General Manager of the Onassis Cultural Center.
Onassis Cultural Center and modern civilization.

 

7.Yannis S. Mamais, Gutenberg Editions Officer, President of the Executive Council of the Progressive Society "To Gavrio".
ARODO, Ports, Ferries and Boatmen of Andros.

 
 

SECTION 2ND

CULTURE, LANGUAGE AND MEDIA IN GREECE AND EUROPE

 

1.Ioannis Petropoulos, Professor of Ancient Greek Literature, Democritus University of Thrace (BA Harvard, DPhil Oxford), Director of Center for Hellenic Studies, Greece, Harvard University.
Ancient Greek literature and journalism.

 

2.Athanasse Papandropoulos, Honorary International President of the Association of European Journalists, Knight of Honor of the French and Hungarian Republic.
Ethics in journalism: Is it possible? Information or communication?

 

3.George Dardanos, Publisher, Dean of Cycladic Studies Association, Honorary President of Publisher's Federation.
The schematic thinking, the one-dimensional man and the media.

 

4.Diamantis Bassantis, Ph.D. in Communication of Panteion University, Advisor of communication and journalism at the Postgraduate Department of the Open University of Cyprus, Journalist
The evolution of communication in Europe and in Greece in particular: From Gutenberg to the Internet.

 

5.Isaia Tsaousidou, International Vice-President of Association of European Journalists (AEJ).
The role of the Association of European Journalists in educating young people: Actions and programs.

 

6.Nikoletta Tsitsanoudis - Mallidis, Assistant Professor, University of Ioannina, Member of the Executive Council of Association of European Journalists.
Greek media and financial crisis: Language representations and symbolisms.