The Alexander S. Onassis Foundation, in collaboration with eight leading world class academic institutions (the Academy of Athens, the Accademia dei Lincei, the Austrian Academy of Sciences, the German Archaeological Institute, the Institut de France, the Harvard University’s Center for Hellenic Studies, the University of Oxford and the University of Stanford) is organizing the Athens Dialogues; an international conference on Greek culture and its role in modern society.
Leading thinkers, academics, scientists and intellectuals from all over the world will gather from November 24th to 27th 2010 at the Onassis Cultural Center-Athens, Greece, to discuss and open new routes of thought on issues of diachronic interest, such as Identity & Difference, Stories & Histories, Word & Art, Democracy & Governance, Science & Ethics, Quality of Life.
Interdisciplinary approaches, stimulating debates and the broad participation of great minds of our times make Athens Dialogues a unique opportunity not to be missed.
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