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 PAVLOS ANDRONIKOS

           

Pavlos Andronikos was born in Cyprus, grew up in London, and migrated to Australia in 1981 with his wife and son to teach Greek at the University of New England in Armidale, New South Wales.

In 1983 he moved with his family to Melbourne to take up the position of Lecturer at the University of Melbourne. In that capacity he was made responsible for Greek at Monash University, while at the same time teaching at the University of Melbourne, and occasionally at La Trobe.

After a few years of being a peripatetic academic, Pavlos requested and was granted a transfer to Monash University (Clayton Campus), where he continued to be responsible for Greek, and was promoted to Senior Lecturer.

When Pavlos retired from Monash in 2001, he had been head of Greek there for almost twenty years. During that time he pioneered a number of innovations, such as the first university level course in Greek-Australian literature, and the introduction of Greek cinema studies.

He was also instrumental in the preparation and publication by his students of the first two editions of the periodical Mozaic, an initiative which was later taken up by the National Union of Greek Australian Students (NUGAS).

In addition to his academic duties, Pavlos Andronikos has served voluntarily as:

·         Vice President and President of the Greek-Australian Cultural League of Melbourne

·         Member of the Administrative Committee of Kentro Technis, and President

·         Member of the Organising Committee of the Annual Victorian Symposium on Greek-Cypriot Literature and Culture

·         Member of the Board of Directors of the Antipodes Festival

·         Member of the Executive Committee of the Modern Greek Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand.

·         Member of the Advisory Committee of Academics of the Government of Cyprus, and the Inter-University Research Committee on Cyprus.

Moreover he has been an active member of the Justice-for-Cyprus Co-ordinating Committee (Σ.E.K.A. Victoria) since the 1990s, serving the organisation in various capacities but mostly as General Secretary and webmaster.

Outside of academia, Pavlos Andronikos has indulged his passion for music, and become well known in the Greek Australian community for his songwriting. (In 1998 he was accepted to the Register of Peers of Australia Council [Music].)

He has also followed his longstanding interests in computer graphics and photography and created—“for the sheer pleasure of it”—numerous “Photo-Graphics” artworks. He has exhibited formally on two occasions. (See below.)

 

 

 

Selected Publications

Literary Criticism

The Narrator of Vasilis Arvanitis: An Exploration into Emotional Response to the Reading of Fiction” by Pavlos Andronikos. In The Text and Its Margins: Post-Structuralist Approaches to Twentieth-Century Greek Literature ed. M. Alexiou & V. Lambropoulos (New York: Pella Publishing Co., 1985).

“‘Carrying On About Things Greek...’: Rationality and Identity in Angelo Loukakis’ For the Patriarch” by Pavlos Andronikos. In Neohellenism ed. John Burke & Stathis Gauntlett (Humanities Research Centre Monograph no. 5. Canberra: Australian National University, 1992).


Translations


Vasilis Arvanitis by Stratis Myrivilis. Translated by Pavlos Andronikos. Armidale: University of New England Publishing Unit, 1983.


The Leader” by Dimitris Tsaloumas. Translated by Pavlos Andronikos & the author (Westerly, vol. 30, no. 1, March 1985, pp. 34-36).

“Investigator’s Report” by Dimitris Tsaloumas. Translated by Pavlos Andronikos & the author. In The Observatory by Dimitris Tsaloumas, 3rd ed. (St Lucia: U.Q.P., 1991), pp. 193-199. (First published in Overland no. 97, pp. 34-5.)


Editing

Antipodes 1974-1994, vol. 2. Melbourne: G.A.C.L.M.V., 1994. (All of the editions of the periodical Antipodes from 1974 to 1994 were reprinted in three hefty volumes. Volume 2 is comprised of the editions which Pavlos Andronikos edited [nos. 20-26].)

Reviews editor for Modern Greek Studies (Australia and New Zealand) vols. 4-7 (1996-1999).


Music

Room To Let A & B, two plays by Vasilis Georgarakis. Directed by Anthony Georgiou. Music by Pavlos Andronikos. Performed at Stonnington Theatre, Malvern, 1990.

In a Strange Land: An Anthology of Greek-Australian Songs and Music produced by Pavlos Andronikos & Stephen Adam. (Compact Disc)

Songs and Music by Pavlos Andronikos on YouTube


Visual Arts

Antipodean Palette Exhibition 2012, Steps Gallery, Carlton, 19 July - 5 August 2012.

Antipodean Palette Exhibition 2013, Steps Gallery, Carlton, 25 June - 2 July 2013.


Software

MixDownCBX-D5 Demo. On Future Music CD 48, which accompanies Future Music no. 48, October 1996 (Bath, UK). Also included with the programme MAX version 3.5 by Opcode, USA (1997).

 




 


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