Edited by CHS Greece (Evan Katsarelis) and CHS US (Keith DeStone, Harvard/CHS) the "Hellenic Studies Folios" (HSF) series was first launched on October 1, 2020 and it releases a new issue every 3 weeks.
About the series
HSF aims to offer recommendations of the Center’s existing online content to followers of CHS social media in order to foster their further engagement with it. The HSF series takes advantage of the Center’s great wealth of Classics-oriented digital resources and makes it more accessible to a general readership. The new content created by this project out of existing material is published by CHS Greece in periodic installments that will attract the interest of the general public to topics related to the ancient Greek world. Each installment proposes thought-provoking questions on a specific topic and then attempts to provide answers or further exploration via content such as dialogues, performances, and essays that go more in-depth. The HSF series has released a new issue every three weeks beginning October 1, 2020.
Odysseus, his reputation, and his re-integration into society
Men's and women's experiences in ancient Greece
Citizenship, Leadership, and Democracy
Oedipus as a lens on government and society
Connections to ancestors
Epiphanies and making contact
Herakles, the prototypical Greek
Meeting the Challenge of Ainos
Place and Space in Performance
Place and Space in Dramatic Performance
Philosophy in Past and Present, Near and Far
Dance in representation and interpretation