Eugenia Arvanitis has completed her a Ph.D. at the RMIT University, Melbourne. Her research interests include Intercultural education; community building education; identity and teacher's training.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Community Building Education and Greek Diasporic Networks

This paper will focus on the so-called cultural globalisation and the dynamics of diasporic educational networks as change forces.

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Memories of Bonegilla: A Narrative of Migration and Modernity

This paper presents the editor's view in reconstructing a migrant experience in Australia written by Mr Zacharias Vogiazopoulos.

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Space Conceptualisation in the Context of Postmodernity: Theorizing Spatial Representation

The epoch of postmodernity is characterized by the dominance of spatial logic, the dominance of space over time.

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Towards a National Quality Assurance System for the Greek Adult Education

The General Secretariat of Adult Education (GSAE) implements a National Quality Assurance & Assessment Framework for all its providers in Greece as a responce to major European policies.

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University and Regional Development: The Case of the School of Humanities, University of the Aegean in Rhodes

The purpose of this paper is to examine the impact of the University on regional development.

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Greek Ethnic Schools in Australia in the Late 1990s: Selected Case Studies

Overall Greek ethnic schools have promoted multicultural community building by strengthening different senses of belonging and consciousness in the context of Australian multicultural society.

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Exploring Temporalities and Spatialities from an Intercultural Perspective: A Case Study of ‘Learning by Design’ in Greece

This paper unfolds the narrative of implementing Learning by Design (LbD) in Greece. It analyses a particular Learning Element which explores temporality from an intercultural perspective.

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Published online: August 1, 2014

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Intercultural Mediation in Europe: Narratives of Professional Transformation

This book is grounded on the notion that social transformation and cohesiveness can be best served through professional interactivity, reciprocal or peer learning, reflexivity, and collective practice regarding mediation issues.

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A Journey of Echoes and Modernities: A Reflective Journal of a Modern Sojourner

The echo of a cosmopolitan Hellenic era as described by the Alexandrine poet expresses that "fluidity" is a vital point of departure for the modem world.

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Published online: October 21, 2015

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