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Events Series 2019

Program’s identity and key information

  • Topic: Culture, Education and Politics
  • Organized by: CHS Greece
  • Dates: Monthly events from December 2018 to June 2019

Synopsis

This year’s Events Series 2019 is concerned with issues of Culture, Education and Politics. Prominent Greek and foreign scholars will engage with matters of geopolitical importance, architectural heritage, as well as with Latin, Byzantine, modern Greek and World Literature. From Rome and...

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Athens: City of Wisdom: Historical and Modern Resilience in Greece’s Capital, virtual event

April 7, 2022

The European Union seminar of the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies in cooperation with CHS US, CHS Greece, and the Consulate General of Greece in Boston welcome Bruce Clark, author of Athens: City of Wisdom and journalist of The Economist, in a discussion about the largest urban area in southeastern Europe and one of the oldest continuously inhabited settlements in the world, focusing on the factors which have underpinned Athens and Attica...

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2022 Apr 01

Visual Mythology Ancient and Modern, online event

8:00pm to 9:00pm

Location: 

Online

Full title:

Visual Mythology Ancient and Modern: The Case of Narcissus

Organized by:

CHS US in partnership with CHS Greece, the International School of Boston, and the Lycée Jean Macé in Vitry-sur-Seine

Speakers:

Sarah Eisen (Harvard), Nathaniel Herter (Harvard), and Caroline Stark (Howard University) as moderator

Open to:

All

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Warriors wearing the traditional pleated skirt-like garment, fustanella, siege Athens. Visible in the background is the hill of Acropolis and other ancient monuments.

Online event on the topic of "The Long Italian Philhellenism"

February 17, 2022

Warriors wearing the traditional pleated skirt-like garment, fustanella, siege Athens. Visible in the background is the hill of Acropolis and other ancient monuments.
Georgios Karaiskakis in the Battle of the Acropolis (ca. 1835), oil painting by Johann- Christian Georg Perlberg (1807-1884);Thanassis and Marina Martinou Collection.
 

Harvard's Center for Hellenic Studies will host a one-hour online event on Wednesday, February 23, addressing Philhellenism in Italy throughout the 19th century. Francesco Scalora, CHS Fellow in Philhellenism and Fellow at the Sicilian Institute for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies “Bruno Lavagnini”... Read more about Online event on the topic of "The Long Italian Philhellenism"

"Public Discourse and Dispute in a Time of Crisis" (panel) —May event

Key information

  • Date and time: May 31, 2022 from 7pm to 8:45pm
  • Location: The Book Castle of the National Library of Greece at the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center in Athens
  • Organized by: CHS Greece, National Library of Greece, with the support of Harvard Club of Greece
  • Open to: All
  • Language: Greek
  • Panel moderator: Pavlos Kontos, Professor of Philosophy at the University of Patras...
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