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Associate Professor George Frazis

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Associate Professor George Frazis

Associate Professor George Frazis graduated from the Philosophy Department of the University of Athens in 1981 with a BA (Hons). In 1987 he completed a Graduate Diploma in Education from the University of Adelaide and in 1995 completed a Master of Arts at Flinders University in Adelaide. In 1999 he completed a PhD at Flinders University dealing with the literature of Pandelis Prevelakis.

He is the coordinator of Greek and Hellenic studies at CDU and CDU’s Greek In-Country Program and each year, since 2007, accompanies students to Greece for an intensive three-week study course. He currently teaches Modern Greek Language and Greek Literature at Charles Darwin University where he specialises in literary studies, Modern Greek Literature, immigration of Greeks to Australia and their oral history. His main project currently is the collection and publication of stories of Hellenes in the Northern Territory. He is also developing online teaching courses of Hellenic Language and Culture through the use of new technologies, and in the creation of computer-based programs for the teaching of language in all forms through distance education.

Associate Professor Frazis is available to supervise research students who are interested in the topics below:

  • Modern Greek Language and Greek Literature
  • Oral history of Greek immigration to Australia
  • Greek family history in the Northern Territory
  • Teaching of language in all forms through distance education.

Prospective students who have interests in those topics are encouraged to contact Associate Professor Frazis for further information.

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