Cavafy Archive Research Seminar Series for 2018-19 / ONASSIS CULTURAL CENTRE

Cavafy Archive Research Seminar Series for 2018-19

Researchers of Cavafy’s work share their findings with the public

FEB – APR 2019
Onassis Library (Amalias Avenue 56)
For scholars, teachers, and students of literature
Join the intellectual current of important researchers of Cavafy’s poetry, follow work-in-progress talks by scholars and academics, and take part in the conversation.
Cost: Free admission
Take part in the conversation around Cavafy’s work.

The work of C. P. Cavafy is the center of the conversation for the third year in a row in the Cavafy Archive Research Seminar Series.

Young researchers, academics, and scholars of Cavafy’s work share their questions, archival evidence, and work in progress with the audience, offering various vantage points that allow audience members to enter the conversation regarding a range of approaches the work of the great Alexandrian poet.

The Archive’s Academic Committee entrusts the curation of the seminars to individuals or groups of researchers.

Thursday 31 January 2019 | 19:00-21:00
From the archive to the research: the contribution of bibliography research to the Cavafian studies

Focusing on bibliography research, we look to the gradual recognition of C. P. Cavafy and discuss bibliography topics

Dimitris Daskalopoulos: Poet, Bibliographer, Critic


The curation of the Research Seminars for 2018-2019 has been undertaken by:
Michalis Chryssanthopoulos: Professor or General and Comparative Literature at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Dimitris Papanikolaou: Associate Professor of Modern Greek Studies at Oxford University
Yiannis Papatheodorou: Associate Professor of Modern Greek Literature at the University of Ioannina

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Addressed to:
Scholars, teachers, and students of literature
Entrance is free to the public
Onassis Library (Amalias 56)

February – April 2019

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