Greek Transatlantic Migration in the First Half of the Twentieth Century
On 15th March a lecture was given by historian and researcher Margaret Dounia entitled, “Greek Transatlantic Migration in the First Half of the Twentieth Century.”
The lecture looked at the Greek diaspora from a sociological-historical perspective by focusing on the personal narratives and experiences of the residents of a small mountain village in the Peloponnese in the early twentieth century. It was given in English and accompanied by a wealth of audio-visual material.
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