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March 9, 2002 
6:00 PM

Saturday

Dinner and Lecture/presentation by the President of the Technical University of Crete (Chania), Prof. Yannis Philis. 
He received his Ph.D. from UCLA, taught for several years in American universities and then returned to Greece as a Professor of Production Systems. He is the author of books on the environment, an award winning poet, and an invited lecturer at many European and American universities. As an environmental expert in Greece, he will present an assessment of the problems faced by Greece and other modern societies in balancing economic growth and environmental restraints. Hellas"

Social hour - cocktails: 6:00 PM 
Dinner: 7:00 PM
Lecture: 8:00 PM 
PLACE:
The Hill Room, 4th Floor of Malone Center, Upper Campus, Loyola Marymount University (Malone Center is adjacent to the Old Cafeteria, between the Flag Pole and the Church. Park in Seaver Parking Lot) Loyola Marymount University, Westchester ( 1 mile north of LAX)
Price: $25.00 (reservations required by 3/6/2002), call (310) 215-3130 or email: info@huc.org

January 27th,, 2002
12:00 noon
Sunday

The San Fernando Valley Chapter of AHEPA invites you to an afternoon of remembrance and education.

Featuring the author of the best-seller book:
Not Even My Name,
Thea Halo.
This book tells the unforgettable story of Sano Halo' s survival of the death march at the age of 10 that annihilated her family, as told to her daughter, Thea, and the poignant mother/daughter pilgrimage to Turkey in search of Sano's home 70 years after her exile. If you have not read this book, check it out and you will be very moved.

After Ms. Halo's lecture, Mr. Bill Theodorakis, a noted historian on the Catastrophe of Asia Minor and member of the Asia Minor Holocaust Memorial Committee, will have his display of photographs, articles and stories of his parents's fight for survival. He will be available for Q&A afterwards. 

Place: Grand Ballroom of St. Nicholas Church, corner of Balboa and Plummer, Northridge. 

January 26, 2002
6:00 PM

Saturday

Dinner and Lecture/presentation by Archaeologist Fani Mallouchou-Tufano on "The Acropolis Monuments and Modern Hellas"


Social hour - cocktails: 6:00 PM 
Dinner: 7:00 PM
Lecture: 8:00 PM 
PLACE:
Roski Dining Room in University Hall (New large building at the corner of Lincoln Blvd. and LMU Drive), Loyola Marymount University, Westchester ( 1 mile north of LAX)
Price: $25.00 (reservations required by 1/23/2002), call (310) 215-3130 or email: info@huc.org
This will be a 30 min. lecture accompanied by slide presentation showing the bonds between the Acropolis Monuments and the Modern Greek State. She will also discuss the restoration of the Acropolis monuments, their contribution to urban planning and the neoclassical architecture of modern Athens, as well as the sentimental feelings that modern Greeks have for their "national" monuments. It will be followed by a short film concerning the restoration of the Erechtheion (25 min.)

November 3, 2001
6:00 PM

Saturday

Dinner followed by Lecture and Video Presentation by 
Prof. Tom M. Apostol
"The Tunnel of Samos"
Social hour - cocktails: 6:00 PM 
Dinner: 7:00 PM
Lecture: 8:00 PM 
PLACE: The Hill, Malone Center 
Loyola Marymount University
7900 Loyola Blvd., Los Angeles
Price: $25.00 (reservations required by 10/30/2001),
call (310) 215-3130 or email: info@huc.org

In Association with The Friends of Hellenic Studies

October 15-21, 2001

Announcement by Prof. Sarah Morris, UCLA
I am happy to announce that we will soon be hosting a visitor to campus, courtesy of the Onassis Foundation. I hope HUC members can join us for some of the events, during the week of October 15-21.
Professor Kalliope Bourdara of the Athens School of Law, and former member of Parliament and cabinet member for New Democracy, will be here for a week as a guest of UCLA, sponsored by the Onassis Foundation. She will be giving a public lecture on "Byzantine Diplomacy in the Balkans," at 5pm on Tuesday October 16, in Royce 314 on the UCLA campus, followed by a reception hosted by the Onassis Foundation. Ambassador Loukas Tsilas, Director of the Onassis Foundation, and his wife will be attending the lecture and reception in person, and staying near campus that week. She will also lecture to UCLA students in a class on Wednesday morning, on the subject of Byzantine legal traditions, and a seminar in the afternoon, on
the image of the Byzantine emperor and his imperial authority.

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