“American and European Philhellenism and the Liberation of Nafplion: ideas, place, and people at the time of the Greek Revolution” Workshop


Sat - Sun, Jun 18 to Jun 19, 11:00am - 3:00pm


CHS Greece, Philhellene Square, and King Otto Str., Nafplio

Photo collage depicting Harvard leaflets, a staircase, the CHS Greece Fellows' Room, and a pencil on a desk.

Organized by:

CHS Greece - under the aegis of the Municipality of Nafplio - DOPPAT

Academic coordination:

Emmanouil G. Chalkiadakis (PhD in History, Member of the Laboratory Teaching Staff at the University of Crete, School of Education & Scientific Associate of CHS in Modern Greek History.




During the workshop’s meetings, the participants will dive deeper into and reflect on the genesis, causes, and ways of the Philhellenism manifestation, into European and most notably the American Philhellenism, as well as into the local history of Nafplio, on the occasion of the 200 years since its liberation, its historical context, its importance, and also in the role of the Philhellenes in this military success for the rebelled Greeks.

Visit the workshop’s webpage and apply.