Dr. Harry Anastasiou

Harry Anastasiou, United States (Dr)
Harry Anastasiou is currently a Professor at Portland State University's Conflict Resolution Graduate Program. He joined the faculty after having obtained his Ph.D. in the Political Sociology of Peace and Conflict from the Union Institute & University, Cincinnati, Ohio, and a Doctorandus Degree from the Free University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands in the Sociology of Technology. Anastasiou has previously taught social science in the American Academy of Larnaca, developed the Millennium Curriculum for CYBER KIDS, a chain of computer learning centers and directed the R&D of the Cyprus Neuroscience and Technology Institute. Anastasiou has been invited to speak on several local, national and international media including, The Voice of America, the Cyprus Broadcasting Corporation and ABC Radio National and Radio Australia.

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The Art of Dr. Gindi: Echoes to Truth and Transcendence
Article date: Monday, April 25, 2022

The Art of Dr. Gindi: Echoes to Truth and Transcendence

A first glance at the work of Dr. Gindi, you intuitively know that you are encountering an artist of not only technical skill and dexterity but also of reflective profundity, artistic vision and courageous insight into the human condition.

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Roman Pyatkovka, “VELVET SADNESS”, (1996), photograph glued on velvet passe-partout (paper).

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