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Re: The Importance of Historical Truth and The Macedonian Issue

Re: The Importance of Historical Truth and The Macedonian Issue

Australian Macedonian Advisory Council     February 03, 2011    Following the publication of the edited version of the after-dinner talk that I gave in October, a formal complaint was made to my employer (to which a polite reply was made, stressing the importance of academic freedom), and I received an e-mailed message from the United Macedonian Diaspora (which I thought, […]

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AMAC: Truth must prevail in Macedonian issue

AMAC: Truth must prevail in Macedonian issue

Chairman of AMAC Kon Kouremenos (L) with Mr Marcus Templar from Chicago who spoke at the AMAC Annual DInner last Friday. Photo Peter Kakalias 11 Oct 2010    Laura Burgoine and Fotis Kapetopoulos The Australian Macedonian Advisory Committee’s (AMAC) annual function, last Friday, was attended by three generations of Greek Australians. Chairman Con Kouremenos welcomed guests while emphasising the changes […]

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AMAC Launches Lecture Program

AMAC Launches Lecture Program

   PRESS RELEASE 7 September, 2010 AMAC Launches Lecture Program   AMAC Organises a Series of Lectures Australia-wide for West Australian classicist professor and Chicago-based expert in Macedonian studies. The Australian Macedonian Advisory Council (AMAC) is pleased to announce it has arranged for a series of lectures concerning Macedonian history to be given across Australia by two highly esteemed scholars. […]

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