- “Exoskeletons and Robots: Technology from Antiquity Until Now.”
Dr. Helene Jeannin, ORANGE Eco Campus, France.
- “Developing an Archive on Ancient Greek Art in Washington, D.C: The Past, Present and Future of the Ancient Mediterranean Collections and Materials in the Smithsonian Institution.”
Dr. Alexander Nagel, State University of New York, Fashion Institute of Technology and Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of Natural History, USA.
- “Reflections on Divine Healing with Special Reference to Zulu and Greek Culture.”
Dr.Steve Edwards, Professor of Clinical, Educational & Sport Psychology, University of Zululand, South Africa.
- “Indigenized Zorba: Dance, You Tube, and Aboriginal Australia.”
Dr. Andonis Piperoglou, Canberra, Australia.
- “Ancient Greek Art Inspiration.”
Senty Haniadaki, Kalyvia, Greece.
- “A Comparison of Socrates’ Irony and the Chinese Philosopher Zhuangzi’s Method of Diao Gui.”
Yue Xushan, Wuhan, China
- “The Greeks of Tarpon Springs in the Hollywood Imaginary.”
Dr. Velvet Yates Distance Learning Director, Department of Classics, University of Florida, USA.
- “John Camichos and the Orlando Plan: Saving Volos.”
Lisa Camichos, Hickory, USA.
- “Enduring Naïveté: Art and Hellenism in a Global Turn.”
Katie Kolberg, Ontario College of Art and Design, Canada.
- “It wasn’t like this at all”: Marion Zimmer Bradley’s Revision of the Trojan War.”
Georgia Simakou, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece.
- “Tracing Ariadne.”
Dr. Leon Burnett, University of Essex, UK.
- “Homer’s Humor in the Iliad.”
Dr. Abderazak Tabbeb, Monastir, Tunisia.
- “Theosis: A Concept Whose Time Has Come”
Pamela Schaeffer, USA.
- “<<Exagoge>> of Ezekiel: the Unique Specimen of Hellenistic Tragedy.”
Tatyana Mikhailova, Russian State University for the Humanities, Russia.
- “Writing Greek in the Diaspora.”
Helen Vatsikopoulos, University of Technology Sydney, Australia.
- “Still Speaking Amid the Noise: Ancient Figurines, Contemporary Museums.”
Dr. Thomas Gerry, Laurentian University, Canada.
- “On the Difficulty of Seeing Particular People.”
Gabrielle Moyer, Stanford University, USA.
- “Pedagogies and Possibilities of Crisis in Greek and Iranian Film,”
Sahar Siavashi & William Ramp, The University of Lethbridge, Canada.
- “H.D’s “Helen in Egypt”: The Greeks and Our Present: An Interaction.”
Areti Katsigiannis, Greece.
- “The Inspirational Role of the Greek Musical Tradition in the Composition of Classical Guitar Repertoire, from the Compositional Samples of the Modern Greek National Music School to a Postmodern Approach”,
Dr. Ioannis Andronoglou, Greece.
- “Northern Reflections on Stoic Cosmopolitanism: Citizenship and Inuuqatigiittiarniq in an Era of Climate Change”
Dr. Cynthia Jacqueline Alexander, Professor, Department of Politics, Acadia University Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada.
- Special Pilates Session:
“What joy and wonder to enjoy Pilates on the island of Paros, exploring and applying the principles of this mind-body practice developed by Joseph Pilates, who was of Greek heritage.”
Instructor: Dr. Cynthia Alexander