Greek Language and People
Beginning-level text and audiocassettes to accompany the 1983 BBC television program of the same title; videocassette series of 10 twenty-five minute programs also available.
Greek Now 1 + 1
Beginning-level text and accompanying audiocassettes focus on the learning of Greek via dialogues, texts, exercises, grammar explanations, and vocabulary.
Greek Now 2 + 2
Intermediate-level text and accompanying audiocassettes focus on the learning of Greek via dialogues, texts, exercises, grammar explanations, vocabulary, and a detective story.
Modern Greek I Readings
5 audiocassettes of the readings of Greek poetry and prose which appear in the text A Manual of Modern Greek I (© 1974, 1983 by Anna Farmakides), the first volume in series A of the McGill University Companions to Modern Greek Studies; text available.
Pimsleur: Conversational Greek
Please see Part I, pages 2 and 3, of Catalogue of Audiovisual Materials for Classics and Modern Greek at Boston College, available in the Language Laboratory.
Two Ballets: Six Folk Paintings and The Accursed Snake
The Great Love Song
Vasílis Papathanasiou and Iréne Papa
10 Years of Songs
18 Songs of the Bitter Motherland on Poetry of Y. Ritsos
The Small Cyclades by O. Elytis and 4 Other Songs
Greek Language and People
Videocassette series of 10 twenty-five minute programs produced by the BBC in 1983 for the purpose of teaching/learning beginning-level modern Greek; among the geographical locations highlighted within the language lessons = Andros, Athens, Corfu, Corinth, Kalamata, Metsovo, Peloponnese, and Sifnos; cultural themes include: the Greek alphabet, church and religious celebrations, education, family life, food and drink, the importance of olives, pottery, tourism, the tradition of the square, worry beads; also available are the beginning-level text and audiocassette series of the same title.
Narration in English within an English to Greek language learning format
Total time: 2 hours 10 minutes
The Origins of the Drama and Theater
Two 1/2" VHS color videocassettes from Educational Video Network
Part I: The Origin of the Drama explores the development of Greek drama from religious festivals honoring the gods and discusses vulgar jest becoming comedies, hymns becoming tragedies.
Part II: The Origin of the Theater documents the development of classic theater from its beginning on threshing floors through a Golden Age of drama in Greece to the amphitheaters of Roman times.
In English; study questions and answers available
Part I: 13 minutes
Part II: 15 minutes
Greek Phrasebook & Dictionary
Lonely Planet Publications Pty Ltd. © 2013
Oxford English-Greek Learner's Dictionary Second Edition
D. N. Stavropoulos (Edited by G. N. Stavropoulos)
Oxford: Oxford University Press © 2008