Past Events - 2023
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Past Events - 2022
In Focus - Interview with Dr. Yiorgo Topalidis PhD (online event)
Dr. Topalidis is the founder and coordinator of the Ottoman Greeks of the United States Digital History Project (OGUS) at the University of Florida’s Samuel Proctor Oral History Program. The project is a multifaceted endeavor to preserve and promote the history of immigrants (1904-1924) from the Ottoman Empire to the United States.
New River Inn Museum of History in Ft Lauderdale
An evening of celebration and cheers at the New River Inn Museum!
Consul General of Greece visit toSt. Catherine’s West Palm Beach
Meeting of Greek/Cypriot American Professors
Archimedean Academy, Miami
Consul General of Greece visit
Lost homelands, newfound hopes
Lecture by Petros Tsingelis
1922 marked the end of the 3,000 year continuous presence of Greeks in Asia Minor/Anatolia.
Petros Tsingelis will guide us through the events, a turning point in 20th century’s Modern Greek History.
An evening of poetry
Boca Raton Schidmt Museum
An evening with distinguished scholar, writer and poet Mujib Mehrdad
Egypt’s contribution to Christianity: a photographic journey
Lecture by Manolis Roussakis
Greek Jews 2300 year journey
Dr. Annette B. Fromm
Dr Annette B. Fromm is a museum specialist and folklorist. She has worked in museums over the past 20 years as director, curator, educator in the US, Asia and Europe including consulting in the Jewish Museum of Greece. Fromm taught anthropology and museum studies for over seventeen years at US Universities. She is currently the chair of the Florida Folklife Council and past president of the International Committee for Museums of Ethnography.
Oral History Project
Recording our stories
Past Events - 2021
From Chios to Crimea
The Pirate benefactor of the 1821 Greek Independence war
Presentation by Sackville Currie
A commemorative speech about benefactor Ioannis Varvakis, about his journey from humble pirate to millionaire, from Psara to the court of Empress Catherine the Great and the shores of the Caspian Sea. Following the historical events from the battle of Cheshme (Chios), the Orlofika, the treaty of Kuchuk-Kainardji, the establishment of the Greek cities in Crimea and the torn by civil war Greece.
1955 “Εις την Πολιν”
The Greek community of Constantinople in 1955
Presentation by Petros Tsingelis