Shining a light on the state of the Greek language in the Australian diaspora, Pharos: The vitality and presence of Modern Greek in contemporary Australia presents the case for renewed engagement with Greek language teaching and learning.
Pharos provides a detailed analysis of evidence-based issues and challenges facing Modern Greek, and delivers key policy approaches and future directions to ensure the ongoing vitality of this locally endangered language.
Proudly supported by the Modern Greek Teachers’ Association of Victoria.
Joseph Lo Bianco is Professor of Language and Literacy Education at the Melbourne Graduate School of Education. Prior to his current role, he was Chief Executive of the National Languages and Literacy Institute of Australia. Joseph combines research studies with practical intervention to help people affected by conflict to promote social cohesion and peace-building. He has published extensively, with over 32 books and 130 articles and chapters.