Workshop 3: Greece In Crisis: Culture/Identity/ Politics Video recordings

Our third workshop took place on 17 March 2016 at the University of Oxford. Video and audio recordings of the talks have been made available on the University of Oxford Podcasts site:

# Episode Title Description People
1 Opening Remarks Dimitris Papanikolaou, Professor of Modern Greek Studies, St Cross College, University of Oxford, gives the opening remarks to the conference. Dimitris Papanikolaou
2 Turning Infrastructures on their Head Dimitris Dalakoglou (VU University, Amsterdam) gives the second talk in the fourth panel; Philanthropy or Solidarity? Ethical Dilemmas about Humanitarian Action in Times of Austerity. Dimitris Dalakoglou
3 Philanthropy or Solidarity? Ethical Dilemmas about Humanitarian Action in Times of Austerity Dimitrios Theodossopoulos (University of Kent) gives the first talk in the fourth panel; Citizenship, Networks, Publics Dimitrios Theodossopoulos
4 Depicting the Pain of Others: Photography, Refugees and the Ethics of Seeing in the Aegean Shores George Giannakopoulos (Queen Mary, University of London) gives the second talk in the third panel; Crisis in the Frame. George Giannakopoulos
5 Representing the Greek Depression: The Photography of Crisis Penelope Petsini (Independent scholar and critic, Athens), gives the first talk in the third panel; Crisis in the Frame. Penelope Petsini
6 Pride and Prejudice: Archeopolitics and the Iconology of the Crisis Dimitris Tziovas (University of Birmingham), gives the second talk in the second panel Using Cultural Capital. Dimitris Tziovas
7 Poems that Warn and Console: Appropriations of C.P.Cavafy at the Dawn of the Greek Financial Crisis Foteini Dimirouli (University of Oxford) gives the first talk in Panel 2: Using Cultural Capital. Foteini Dimirouli
8 Narratives of the Greek Crisis: Books vs. Social Media? Eleni Papargyriou (King’s College, University of London) gives the second presentation from the first panel Writing (in) the Crisis. Eleni Papargyriou
9 “Not a Diagnosis, but a Symptom”: Contemporary Greek Poetry in Transition Thodoris Chiotis (Onassis Cultural Foundation, Athens) gives first presentation from the first panel Writing (in) the Crisis. Thodoris Chiotis

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