The Modern Greek Studies Program is committed to offering instruction in four basic areas: Greek language, literature, history, and anthropology from the age of the Enlightenment to the present. Its aim is to present modern Greek civilization in the context of European history and culture, and more generally that of the modern world. The program aims to integrate Greek culture into several subject areas and make it accessible to students of diverse backgrounds and interests. This goal is furthered by a comparative perspective, that characterizes many of the program's courses, and by interdisciplinary lectures and symposia, which promote a more profound understanding of Greek culture.


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Amanatidou, ElissavetDirector of Modern Greek Studies