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Climate change, CHS Greece at Harvard's 2021 Worldwide Week

Climate change, CHS Greece at Harvard's 2021 Worldwide Week

September 30, 2021

The city of Athens and the Acropolis

CHS Greece and the European Union Seminar of the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies (CES), Harvard University, welcome Amy Chester (Managing Director, Rebuild By Design), Eleni Myrivili (Senior Advisor for Resilience and Sustainability, City of Athens), and Nicolas Prevelakis (Harvard, CHS, CES) in a discussion on climate change... Read more about Climate change, CHS Greece at Harvard's 2021 Worldwide Week

Worldwide Week at Harvard

Annual Worldwide Week at Harvard showcases the remarkable breadth of Harvard’s global engagement. During Worldwide Week, Harvard Schools, research Centers, departments, and student organizations host a series of events and activities that highlight the breadth and depth of Harvard’s global engagement.

The 2021 Worldwide Week will kick off on Monday October 4 and continue with events through Friday, October 8. The weeklong series of events includes a wide range of academic and cultural activities, and many are...

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24 Hours of Harvard

The Office of the Vice Provost for International Affairs (OVPIA) at Harvard University coordinates the unique event, “24 Hours of Harvard” (24hH), which was first introduced during the 2020 Worldwide Week at Harvard. 24hH features 24 consecutive hours of Harvard programming: an around-the-clock, around-the-world lineup of events and activities, underscoring that at any hour of the day or night, Harvard teaching, research, learning, and outreach is...

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2015 May 16

Art of Prose Workshop

(All day)

Location: 

Nafplio, Greece

CHS in Greece in collaboration with the Municipality of Nafplio and the Municipality’s Cultural Organization (DOPPAT), launched in 2015 a creative writing workshop. The workshop was coordinated by Stratis Haviaras and Marty Lambrou. Haviaras was an author and teacher, the former curator of the Woodberry Poetry Room and founder of the quarterly Erato (which subsequently became The Harvard Book Review and still later The Harvard Review). Lambrou is a novelist.

The first workshop, which was open to the public, was held in the Center. Stratis Haviaras gave an introductory lecture...

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2021 May 14

Online lecture by Andreas N. Michalopoulos on the founding tale of Rome and the roman national ideology

7:00pm

Location: 

Virtual, Harvard Zoom

Title:

The founding tale of Rome and the roman national ideology: paths through myth and history

Speaker:

Andreas N. Michalopoulos, Professor of Latin at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Language:

Greek

Organizers:

...

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2021 Apr 24

Digital Resources Workshop

10:00am to 1:00pm

Location: 

Online workshop, Harvard zoom

Full title:

Digital Resources of Knowledge and their Contribution to Philology

Coordinator:

George Trapalis (Society for Promoting Education and Learning, CHS Associate in Information Fluency)

Language:

Greek

Organizer:

CHS Greece

Synopsis of the workshop:

This is the...

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