Greek Studies

Greek Studies at UNSW undertakes research, public outreach and projects focused on the exploration and celebration of the Greek culture and its history. We have strong roots within our local community - with Greek identified as the second most widely spoken language in the eastern suburbs of Sydney. However, our reach extends much further.

We liaise closely with the Greek speaking background community and through our research and public events we have united those with an interest in Greek culture. We host a number of public events which allow us to disseminate our research, share our stories and stimulate public inquiry. Members of the community are warmly invited to attend our upcoming public events.

Greek Australian Historical Archive

Greek Studies at UNSW is seeking to capture the unique oral histories, memoirs and memorabilia of hundreds of Greek Australians, creating a publicly accessible archive, forever documenting our past.

Members of the community are encouraged to contribute historical information including documents, films and photos and are invited to attend a series of public lectures exploring these stories.

For more information, contact Associate Professor Nicholas Doumanis at

Support us

The UNSW Greek Studies Fund has been established to attract financial and in kind support and to cement the solid relationship with the Greek community that now stretches back a number of decades. The university has worked closely with the Foundation of Hellenic Studies, which represents the peak organizations in the Greek Australian Community to broaden the scope and bring greater awareness for Greek Studies.

For more information on the program of Greek Studies offered by UNSW, please refer to the web link below:

If you are interested in supporting Greek Studies at UNSW or for more information please contact:

Ali Rapaud
Development Manager
Phone: 02 9385 8861

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