Pioneer Greek Women in Darwin


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Presenter:  Associate Professor George Frazis

Date: Apr 27, 2018

Time: 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Contact person:  Associate Professor George Frazis
T: 89466486
E: george.frazis@cdu.edu.au

Location:  Casuarina Campus, RED 7.1.04 (MAL NAIRN)

Target audience:  This event is open for public. Please contact A/ Professor George Frazis on 8946 6486

Stories of Greek pioneer migrant women will be presented in this seminar from the early presence of Hellenes in the Northern Territory. Also, Descendants of the pioneer women will present their views with an emphasis in their contribution to the life in Top End.

Our aim is to reveal their life, hardships and achievements of women, who have helped in the development of the cultural and economic life of the Territory. 

How these women have contributed to the economic, political and social development of the Territory. What were their innovative ideas they introduced to Australia? Did they succeed or no? Are there any particular reasons of Greek women choosing to move to Darwin and not to another place, and vice versa?

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