All events will take place at 7:00pm Greece time.
- Lecture on Friday, February 26, 2021
- Title of event: "On Nature: From the Ionian 'Physiologists' to Contemporary Ecology"
- Speaker: Theodore Papanghelis (Professor Emeritus of Latin at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, & Ordinary Member of the Academy of Athens)
- Panel discussion on Wednesday, March 17, 2021
- Title of event: "European Liberalism and the Greek War of Independence"
- Moderator: Lucia Athanassaki (Professor of Classical Philology at the University of Crete & Center for Hellenic Studies Associate in Hellenic Studies)
- Filimon Peonidis (Professor of Moral and Political Philosophy at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki) on the topic of: "Jeremy Bentham as a Critic of the First Political Institutions of the Greek War of Independence"
- Anna Karakatsouli (Associate Professor of European History and Culture at National and Kapodistrian University of Athens) on the topic of: "British Participation in the Liberal International"
- Panel discussion on Friday, April 23, 2021
- Title of event: "Dance in Revolutionary Rhythms"
- Moderator: Evangelos Katsarelis (Programs and Events Manager at the Center for Hellenic Studies in Greece, Harvard University)
- Vasso Barboussi (Professor Emerita Department of Theater Studies at the University of Peloponnese) on the topic of: "The Dancing Body as a Revolutionary Act"
- Christos Papakostas (Assistant Professor of Greek Traditional Dance at National and Kapodistrian University of Athens & Coordinator of the Thematic Unit "Public and Private Life in Greece II: Modern Times" at the Hellenic Open University) on the topic of: "Philhellenic Choreographies. Travel Projections and Representations"
- Irene Loutzaki (Dance Anthropologist) on the topic of: "The Dance of Zalongos, a Legend with Great Endurance"
- The event will feature a band that will perform live traditional songs.
- Panel discussion on Wednesday, May 26, 2021
- Title of event: "Interpretations of the Greek Landscape"
- Moderator: Yiannis Aesopos (Architect, Professor of Architecture and Urban Design and Chair of the Department of Architecture at the University of Patras)
- Theano S. Terkenli (Professor of Geography at the University of the Aegean) on the topic of: "The Relationship Landscape-Humans. The Greek Case"
- Yannis Aesopos on the topic of: "Greek Tourism Landscapes Clichés"
- John Peponis (Architect, Professor of Architecture at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta) on the topic of "How Does Space Become Meaningful? The Syntax and Schemata of Landscape"
- Closing event on Friday, June 25, 2021
- Title of Event: "Nafplio and Argolis during the Revolution of 1821: The Local and the Global"
- Moderator: Emmanouil Chalkiadakis (Laboratory Teaching Staff Member of History at the University of Crete & Center for Hellenic Studies Associate in Modern Greek History)
- Α research group of high school students from the Argolis will present the results of a five-month research project.