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2010 AFGLC / IFGLC Forum & Conference
Content from the 2010 Educational Forum will be posted here as soon as it is received from presenters.

A video welcome message from Governor Crist of Florida

The 2010 AFGLC Forum Final Program

THEME 1 - Ancient Visions, Modern Issues (Part 1)

The Ideal Constitution According to Pericles

Emmanuel Mikrogiannakis, Ph.D.
Emeritus Professor of Ancient History
University of Athens
Athens, Greece
thmikro@phil.uoa.gr

From Kalokagathia to Philotimo: Connected Ethics in Modern Greek Cooperatives (paper)
From Kalokagathia to Philotimo: Connected Ethics in Modern Greek Cooperatives (presentation)

Mr. Theodoros Katerinakis - Doctoral Candidate
Department of Culture & Communication
Drexel University
3141 Chestnut St.
Philadelphia, PA 19104, USA
tk325@drexel.edu

THEME 2 - Teaching Greek Language and Culture (Part 1)

Teaching Modern Greek Culture

Artemis Leontis, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Modern Greek and
Coordinator of the Modern Greek Program
University of Michigan
2172 Angell Hall - 1003
University of Michigan 435 S. State Street
Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Phone: (734) 936-6099
aleontis@umich.edu

Standard Modern Greek: The Present State

Christoforos Charalambakis, Ph.D.
Professor of Linguistics
University of Athens
Athens, Greece
ccharala@phil.uoa.gr

Green Rhymes: Raising Ecological Awareness through Cretan Songs (presentation)
Green Rhymes: Raising Ecological Awareness through Cretan Songs (lecture notes)
MP3 Audio clip for slide 8       MP3 Audio clip for slide 15

Maria Hnaraki, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor and Director, Greek Studies Program
Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
mh439@drexel.edu

THEME 4 - Ancient Visions, Modern Issues (Part 2)

Repatriation of Greek Art Treasures

Kimberly Felos, Ph.D.
Professor of Humanities
St. Petersburg College, Tarpon Spings, FL
Felos.Kimberly@spcollege.edu

THEME 7 - Longitudinal Teaching of Greek Language and Culture

Aligning Greek Language Teaching with US National Standards (presentation)
Aligning Greek Language Teaching with US National Standards (paper)
Draft National Standard for Teaching of Greek (white paper)

Vasiliki Tsigas-Fotinis, Ph.D.
Coordinator, Hellenic-American Educators of New Jersey
heanjvasiliki@verizon.net

THEME 8 - Sharing the Experience for Teaching and Promoting Greek Language and Culture – A Workshop (Part 1)

The Origins of Philosophy: Why the Greeks?

Kevin R. Morgan, Ph.D.
Professor of Humanities
St. Petersburg College, Tarpon Spings, FL
Morgan.Kevin@spcollege.edu

The 2010 AFGLC Forum Evening Keynote Presentation, 7 pm, February 19, 2010:
Hellenism, Sepphoris, Nazareth and the Formation of Christianity
- James F. Strange, Ph.D., University of Sourth Florida Distinguished Professor of Religious Studies


The 2010 AFGLC Inaugural Dr. Demetrios Halkias Keynote Lecture on Faith, presented by the revered Rev. Stanley Harakas Th.D., D.D.
A video transscript of his presentation, which took place at the Tarpon Springs Spanos-Pappas Community Center on February 20, 2010, will be made available shortly.

For a downlloadable version of the 2010 AFLGC-Sponsored Epiphany Memorial Piano Concert announcement, click Here.
For more information on the the 2010 AFGLC Forum's featured Greek artist, Mr. George Skaroulis, click Here.