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The Professorship in Greek Studies aims at preserving and promoting the humanistic values of Greek civilization. We seek to not only educate our students and the public about these values, but also to provide our students with the practical skills necessary to succeed in today’s competitive world.

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Upcoming Events

The Artemis Azariadis Memorial Lecture: Greece, Democracy, and the Politics of Civility

Lecture by Prof. Michael Herzfeld, Harvard

9/19 7pm
Mylonas Lecture in Classical Art and Archaeology: The Mycenaean World

Lecture by Prof. Dimitri Nakassis, University of Colorado

10/6 2pm
Dr. Nicholas Matsakis Memorial Lecture: Greece and Ethiopia in Antiquity

Lecture by Prof. Elizabeth Fisher, Randolph-Macon College

11/14 7pm
Stelios Petrakis Cretan Quartet

Stelios Petrakis was born in 1975 and grew up in Sitia, Crete. In 1983 he joined the Sitia School of Music, where he learned to play the lyra. He completed...

2/8/2020 8pm
Catherine Pelican Memorial Lecture in Greek Culture: The Origins of the Greek Revolution of 1821

Lecture by Prof. Yanni Kotsonis, New York University About Dr. Kotsonis Yanni Kotsonis was raised in Athens and educated in Montreal, Copenhagen, London,...

3/9/2020 7pm

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