News

April 7, 2022
Dr. Elizabeth H. Prodromou is a faculty member at The Fletcher School at Tufts University, where directs the Initiative on Religion, Law, and Diplomacy. She is non-resident...
March 8, 2022
Encountering the Sacred Rock of the Athenian Acropolis has signaled for numerous historical personalities nodal processes of self-reflection conveyed autobiographically....
February 26, 2022
The victory of the Bolshevik Red Army over its opponents forced thousands of Russians to abandon their homes and pursue their lives in exile. Embarking on a long period of...
February 17, 2022
Part of The Evolution of a Nation Series In light of the anniversaries of the 1821 Greek revolution and the end of the Greco-Turkish war in 1922 the Hellenic Studies Program...
A slab on display at the Acropolis Museum in Athens shows decrees written in the Greek alphabet around 446 B.C. (Universal History Archive/Universal Images Group/Getty Images)
December 17, 2021
Maria Kaliambou, Senior Lector in Hellenic Studies, and one of her students, are quoted in the following article in The Washington Post: The 15th letter of the Greek alphabet...
November 16, 2021
Between Turkish Nationalism and Greek Irredentism: The Greek Orthodox Community of Istanbul (ca. 1908-1923) Dimitris Kamouzis is a Researcher at the Centre for Asia Minor...
October 18, 2021
2021 marks the bicentennial anniversary of the Greek Revolution, the struggle against the Ottoman Empire. The ten-year war with the help of the Great Powers culminated in the...