Δευτέρα, 14 Δεκεμβρίου 2009

Geerklish στο Ελλανταααα-Ειδησεις στα Αρχαια Ελληνικα απο τους "ξενους" στο Διαδικτυο.

Γράφει ο "ΙΑΣΩΝ"
Ο Ισπανος ς καθηγητης Joan Coderch-i-Sancho διδασκει Αρχαια Ελληνικα και λατινικα στο Πανεπιστημιο
School of Classics
Swallowgate
St. Andrews
Fife KY16 9AL
της Σκωτιας.
Δημιουργησε μια ιστοσελιδα στην οποια καταγραφονται οι σημαντικοτερες ειδησεις στα αρχαια ελληνικα!!!.Ανθρωποι απο ολο τον κοσμο που γνωριζουν και αγαπουν την Αρχαια Ελληνικη Γλωσσα απο την Μαλτα μεχρι τηνΒοστωνη εχουν αφησει τα σχολια τους ως δημοσιογραφοι ή "διαδικτυακοι αρθρογραφοι..
Το ονομα του διαδικτυακου ιστοτοπου ειναι " Acropolis World News" και η διευθυνσις :
Η προσωπικη διευθυνσις του Καθηγητου ειναι jcoderch@akwn.net or jc210@st-andrews.ac.uk
Αντιγραφω τις τελευταιες ειδησεις οπως εχουν δημοσιευεθει στην ιστοσελιδα του Φιλελληνα Καθηγητη Joan Coderch-i-Sancho.

Δνε γνωριζω αν το Κρατιδιο της Βαλκανοταλιμπανιας, οι αρμοδιο συναρμοδιοι περι πολιτισμου και απαιδειας εθνικης ή μη εχουν προβει σε καποια ενεργεια εστω ενημερωτικη της προσπαθειας ενος Ελληνιστου να διατηρηθη ζωσα η ελληνικη γλωσσα η μητερα και τροφος ολων των αλλων.

Βεβαια αυτο δεν εχει και τοση σημασια διοτι ουτως ή αλλως η αχαριστια η αγνωμοσυνη ή παχυδερμια και η αναξιοτης δυστυχως χρονια τωρα εχουν γινει συνωνυμα της Νεοελλαδικης υπαρξεως,

Σημασια εχει οτι υπαρχουν Καθηγητες και διανονουμενοι σε ολο τον κοσμο διαποτισμενοι απο την σοφια την γνωσι τα μηνυματα την αρχεγονη ιστορια που αποκαλυπτει η Ελληνικη γλωσσα και οι οποιοι την καθιστουν διαχρονικως και παγκοσμιως αθανατη.

Εμεις ας ειμεθα ησυχοι οτι φονευσαντες τους τονους και τις φασιστικες περισπωμενες εχουμε επιτελεσει στο ακεραιο το καθηκον μας..Ισως μας μενει ακομη να καταργησουμε τα πολλα φωνηεντα που εχουμε για να ογκανιζουμε καλλιτερα, οπως μας αρμοζει..

Ιασων

Σημειωσις.Η ειδησις εδημοσιευθη στην εφημεαριδα Εστια.

ABOUT MYSELF

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ABOUT MYSELF






As probably you will want to know who the redactor of this web page is, here you have some information about me:

COMPLETE NAME:

Joan Coderch-i-Sancho

[in Spain we use two surnames; moreover, in Catalonia we use to include this little “i” (“and”) between both; what some Catalan people do nowadays is adding those little hyphens to transform it into a single surname that includes both. By the way, “Joan” means “John” in Catalan, it is a masculine name, it is not the feminine name “Joan” in English.]

PLACE OF RESIDENCe:

When not in the UK: Barcelona and Lloret de Mar (Costa Brava).

When in the UK: St. Andrews, Scotland.

where do i work?

After 16 glorious years of fighting against teenagers in a high school (Rambo wouldn't have resisted there more than half an hour, I assure you), 16 years that have been continuously crowned by overwhelming victories (of mine, of course) in achieving that those empty-headed youngsters learned the basics of Greek and Latin (whose practical use is evident to all of the mankind except to them), I was offered (at my 41 years of age) the oportunity of taking another direction in my life in a somewhat different environment.

I worked for four years at the University of Oxford. My position was Lector of Latin and Greek at the Faculty of Classics (well, it couldn't be the Faculty of Nuclear Physics!).

In the summer of 2007, at my 45 years of age, I moved to the University of St. Andrews to take up the position of Senior Language Tutor in Greek and Latin.

My contact data are:

Dr. J. Coderch
Senior Language Tutor in Greek and Latin
The University of St. Andrews

School of Classics
Swallowgate
St. Andrews
Fife KY16 9AL

Room C27
Tel. 01334 462611
e-mail: jc210@st-andrews.ac.uk

UNIVERSITY DEGREES:

-Ph.D. in Classical Philology (Universitat de Barcelona, 1991).
Director of the Thesis: Prof. Josep Alsina-i-Clota.
Title of the Thesis: “Tradición y aportación personal en Apolonio de Rodas”

-M.A. in Greek (University of Sheffield, 1986).
Directors of the Course: Dr. J. H. Molyneux and Dr. J. C. Davies.
An M.A. dedicated to Homeric Studies.

-Graduate in Classical Philology (Universitat de Barcelona, 1985).
5 years degree with different subjets each year.
The basic background formation both in Latin and Greek (language, literature, etc.).
[since 1994, 5-year degrees have been reduced to 4-year in Spanish universities.]

WHAT DO I DO IN MY FREE TIME?

Apart from my usual duties at the University and going on in the study of our wide field of the Greek and Latin World in its several aspects (history, literature, etc.), I am now involved in a certain publication related to Greek language, more details will follow as soon as it is out in the market.

I am also writing a World History book which will cover from the very beginning (the Big Bang; in spite of trying really hard, I have not managed to start from before; if you would like to know about even before, please get in touch with Stephen Hawking, University of Cambridge) to the events we are living nowadays; in this book I try to deal with the most important events, but trying at the same time to keep a line of continuity. I am doing it in a somehow old-fashioned way, the kind of History you were taught at school a lot of years ago, instead of following the modern historical tendencies, and I include some personal comments; it will be a kind of “Commented World History”. Of what I have written up to now, the part I like most are the first pages dedicated to the first minute of the Universe.

Of course, after my incorporation at the University of Oxford first and at the University of St. Andrews later my free time has been drastically reduced to zero, so you will have to wait if you want to read my book.

The study of foreign languages has also been one of my favourite activities, especially German and Russian.

Also marathon training (running marathons is my favourite activity) and also rugby (yes, at my age, please don't laugh) take me a lot of free time every day; nevertheless, I can devote more time to Greek and Latin when I am injured (which, unfortunately, happens too often). Then, as I feel bored when I cannot run, I spend my time doing strange things as for instance web pages of world news in Ancient Greek...

WANT TO SEE ME?

Here you can see me in my most favourite activity: click here. This picture was taken in Oxford, when running in the Town and Gown Race (the logotype of the Oxford University Cross Country Club can hardly be seen in the vest, sorry for the small size of the picture).

CONTACT ME!

If you want to tell me:

- anything about the content of my web page,
- anything about mistakes you have found in the Greek text (please, tell me!),
- any ideas you have which could be useful,
- about questions relating Ancient Greek studies,
- that you cannot see the texts in your computer properly,
- etc.,

please e-mail me without any hesitation; to know readers' opinions is of great importance.

My e-mail: jcoderch@akwn.net or jc210@st-andrews.ac.uk

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