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19/11
11:30
Opening Ceremony
Opening Ceremony
19/11
13:30
Discussion
Πολιτική για το βιβλίο. Ο ρόλος του ΕΙΠ.
19/11
13:30
Discussion
The role of HFC in the policy for the book.
19/11
15:00
Discussion
European Stories – The Contribution of the European Union Prizes for Literature to the exchange of Ideas in Europe
19/11
17:30
Discussion
The Man who Came Uptown, by George Pelecanos
19/11
19:00
Discussion
New Dark Age: Technology and the End of the Future,by James Bridle
19/11
19:30
«Μια γέφυρα αλλιώτικη από τις άλλες και ο Δράκος του Νερού» της Βάνας Παπαϊωάννου
19/11
19:30
“A Bridge, different from the others, and the Water Dragon” by Vana Papaioannou
20/11
13:00
Discussion
How Contagion Works, by Paolo Giordano
20/11
16:00
Discussion
Collective Memory and Identity – A CountryConfronts its Dark Past
20/11
19:00
Discussion
“Burning Bushes:” Greek Women Writers in Greece in the 19th and 20th centuries
21/11
12:15
Discussion
“Blast Furnaces:” Surrealism and Modern Greek Literature
21/11
14:15
Discussion
The Literary Kaleidoscope of the Present: the Adventure of Writing
21/11
16:15
Discussion
Clear Bright Future by Paul Mason: A Radical Defense of the Human Being
21/11
17:45
Discussion
“The rhythm of the world has altered within me:” The absurd and the magical perceived as real through Literary Performance
21/11
18:30
Video
“The History of Earth in 10 Minutes” by Konstantinos Papageorgiou
21/11
19:00
Discussion
“The Monarch of Shadows” by Javier Cercas
22/11
13:00
Discussion
Translations that Have Left their Imprint on Us
23/11
17:30
Discussion
Looking for The Stranger: Albert Camus and the Life of a Literary Classic
23/11
19:00
Discussion
The Coronavirus and the Pandemics of the Past
24/11
16:00
Discussion
Man, nature and the pandemic
25/11
14:30
Discussion
The book in the Digital Age
25/11
16:00
Discussion
The Literary Kaleidoscope of the Present: Memory, Experience and Writing
25/11
16:00
Discussion
Το λογοτεχνικό καλειδοσκόπιο του παρόντος: Μνήμη, βίωμα και γραφή
25/11
17:30
Discussion
“The Republic, As If” by Alaa Al-Aswany
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