From Homer to Modern Greek: diachronic approaches to Greek language. Annual one-day conference of the Society for the Promotion Education and Learning (SPEL - Philekpaideutiki Etaireia) and the Center for Hellenic Studies
George Babiniotis (SPEL), Gregory Nagy (CHS/Harvard), Keith Stone (CHS/Harvard), Ioannis Petropoulos (University of Thrace/CHS Greece), Stephanie Roussou (Oxford/CHS), and SPEL instructors Eugenia Dodopoulou, Evangelos Katsinavakis, Ioanna Nikitopoulou, Sila Klidi, Laskaris Iatropoulos, Valia Kokinia
English & Greek
Society for the Promotion Education and Learning, CHS US, supported by CHS Greece
Synopsis of the conference:
The Center for Hellenic Studies, Harvard University and the Society for the Promotion of Education and Learning (SPEL), or Philekpaideutiki Etaireia, have been holding ever since the beginning of their official cooperation in 2016 an annual or biannual one-day conference, related to the study and promotion of Greek culture and language, and the humanities in general. This year's conference will be focusing on diachronic approaches to Greek language. The Conference will be broadcasted live on the Book Archway's website.