Units in Modern Greek Studies

Modern Greek 1

Semester 1

Synopsis: The unit introduces Modern Greek to students who have no previous knowledge of the language. It explores grammatical and syntactic structures suitable to the Beginners level and facilitates the students in their understanding of the Modern Greek culture.

For more information see Handbook ATS1241 /ATS2241

Modern Greek 2

Semester 2

Synopsis: The unit continues to introduce more advanced linguistic phenomena of Modern Greek to students who have previously attended and successfully been examined on Modern Greek 1 (ATS1241 / ATS2241).

For more information see Handbook ATS1242 /ATS2242

Modern Greek 5

Semester 1

Synopsis: The unit introduces Modern Greek literature to students with considerable previous knowledge of the Greek language. It delves into the literary tendencies of Modern Greek writing and follows the Greek language through its manifold phases of evolution.

For more information see Handbook ATS1245 / ATS2245

Modern Greek 6

Semester 2

Synopsis: The unit introduces Modern Greek literature to students with considerable previous knowledge of the Greek language. It delves into the literary tendencies of Greek literature and teaches students of older forms of the language and their historical evolution. The topics and authors chosen for study complement those taught inATS1245 / ATS2245 following a chronological order. ATS1246 / ATS2246 focuses on literary texts produced in the second half of the 20th century and the 21st century.

For more information see Handbook ATS1246 / ATS2246

Modern Greek for Non-Arts Students

Non-Arts students can still study Modern Greek units as electives in their second or third year of study. Hence, they need to opt for ATS2241 (Greek Beginners, Sem.1) and ATS2242 (Greek Beginners, Sem.2) or ATS2245 (Post-VCE Greek, Sem.1) and ATS2246 (Post-VCE Greek, Sem.2).