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UPDATE: 13 January 1997
- CONVENTION ON THE LAW OF THE SEA
- The United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea,
which was signed in December 1982 and came to effect in 1994, has been added to
the collection of on-line documents archived on HR-Net.
UPDATE: 10 January 1997
- KATHIMERINI ON HR-NET
- The prestigious daily newspaper Kathimerini
is one of the few Greek newspapers with a presence on the WWW.
Emphasis is given to commentary, financial news and classified advertisements.
HR-Net is proud to host a mirror copy of the on-line edition.
UPDATE: 19 December 1996
- HELLENIC ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY
- The Hellenic Astronomical Society, the main professional society of Greek astronomers, has prepared a Home Page which is
mirrored on HR-Net. It provides information about the society, its
organization and administration. It also includes news and upcoming
conferences, as well as links to related Web pages.
UPDATE: 6 December 1996
- TOURIST INFORMATION ABOUT GREECE
- Infoxenios, a visitor's guide for Greece,
provides detailed information on transportation, accommodations,
recreation, cultural and historic background, and useful addresses and
phone numbers. This guide, which is available in English with the Greek
version expected soon, is created by Areia
under the auspices of the Greek National Tourist Organisation and mirrored at
UPDATE: 5 December 1996
- THE "MACEDONIAN QUESTION"
- Maria Nystazopoulou - Pelekidou: The "Macedonian Question". A Historical Review
A book published by the Ionian University discussing the evidence of the
historical sources from antiquity to our times.
UPDATE: 2 December 1996
- HELLENIC BONE MARROW DRIVE
- Support the Hellenic Bone Marrow Drive:
Because of Your Ancestry, You are Needed as a Bone Marrow Donor!
UPDATE: 25 November 1996
- Nikolaos Martis: "Macedonia". Documents of Ancient Greek, Hebrew
and Roman writers. Excerpts from the Old and New Testament and other
sources. By the Former Minister of Macedonia and Thace and author of
"The Falsification of Macedonian History".
UPDATE: 22 November 1996
- HR-NET EVALUATION SURVEY
- The HR-Net Group would like to know what its users think about the
project and how content and services could be improved on this site. By
taking a few minutes to fill out the on-line
survey, you can help us in that direction and help yourself and
others in the long run.
UPDATE: 19 November 1996
- CANADIAN HELLENIC BROADCASTING
- The Canadian Hellenic Broadcasting
Co, Montreal, Canada. Here you will be able to listen to Hellenic
radio in Real-time over the Internet. Greek songs, News from and in Greek
(ERA-5, RIK, Deutsche Welle, etc.), Soccer Broadcasts, Announcements,
UPDATE: 8 November 1996
- THESSALONIKI - CULTURAL CAPITAL OF EUROPE
- During 1997, Thessaloniki, the second largest city in Greece and
capital of Macedonia, will be the cultural capital of Europe. Its Web Page includes information on all the
events scheduled and also gives an overview of their impact on the city.
Currently, most of the material is in Greek, but the English section
will be expanded soon.
UPDATE: 5 November 1996
- THE AHEPA HOME PAGE
- The Hellenic Resources Network is proud to be hosting the official web
site of AHEPA, the American Hellenic Educational Progressive Association, at
AHEPA is the largest Greek heritage group in the world, and a major
community service organization in North America. AHEPA's pages map AHEPA's
chapters, regional districts and national activities, as well as information
of interest to all Greek Americans.
Their site was developed by Orama, Inc.
UPDATE: 30 October 1996
- PHILHELLENIC PERSPECTIVE
- Philhellenic Perspective is a monthly electronic
journal written by John P. Nordin, who
describes himself as a philhellene: someone who 'loves Greece' and its
history, culture and beauty. In his words, "Such love is not always
uncritical, but always sympathetic. Greece is a hard country to learn
about in the United States; I started this journal to share my love of
Greece with others and to help the process of spreading information about
Greece". Each issue contains information on web sites, books and other
resources about Greece as well as a travel guide.
For information about the project, the Group, or the Hellenic Resources
Institute, you can contact us via any of the following:
Hellenic Resources Institute, Inc.
P.O. Box 380912
Cambridge, MA 02238, U.S.A.
Fax: +1 (617) 725-3445
email: Feedback form
Feedback, comments and requests are welcome.