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AGAPW Presents Online Event Honoring Bicentennial of Greek Independence

NEW YORK – The Association of Greek American Professional Women (AGAPW) celebrates the bicentennial of Greek Independence with an upcoming online event on Monday, March 22, 7:30-9 PM EDT, with Dr. Maria Efthymiou, Modern Greek History Professor at the Faculty of History and Archaeology, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

The discussion will be moderated by Dr. Helen Liana Theodoratou and Dr. Anastasia Romanou and is based on Dr. Efthymiou’s four-part presentation: "A Concise Approach to the Fight for Independence,” released by the Hellenic Foundation of Culture.

Video is available on YouTube at the following links:

Dr. Efthymiou was born in Larissa, Central Greece, and studied History at the Faculty of History and Archaeology of the University of Athens. She continued her post-graduate studies in Paris, at the University Paris 1 Ρantheon-Sorbonne, where she earned a Master degree (DEA). She studied, apart from Greek, seven foreign languages- English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Albanian, and Turkish. Many of Dr. Efthymiou’s books and articles are available online.

Register for the event on Zoom: https://columbiauniversity.zoom.us/j/91986864293?pwd=aXZ0Q3poUC9uLzZseFBSNnZQT0NEZz09

Meeting ID: 919 8686 4293 Passcode: 197073

More information about AGAPW is available online: http://agapw.org

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