Welcome to Modern Greek
Welcome to the home page of the Modern Greek Program, housed in the Department of Classical Studies, and shared with the Department of Comparative Literature. The C. P Cavafy Professorship in Modern Greek is named after the author CONSTANTINE P. CAVAFY (1863-1933) and endowed by the Foundation for Modern Greek Studies. It offers courses and degrees for undergraduate and graduate students, as well as regular lectures, symposia, films, concerts, exhibits, and other free events for students, faculty, and the broader community.
>We invite you to browse this site. It is a window on our Program and on Greek culture.
- Conversations on Europe. “Visually Demolished and Textually Reconstructed: The Middle Ages in Contemporary Crime Fiction.”
Speaker: Panagiotis A. Agapitos, professor of Byzantine literature, University of Cyprus
- 5:30 PM
- Screening: Jewish and Greek in Turbulent Times
Speaker: Vassilis Loules
- Xenitia or the State of Being a Foreigner: Juxtaposing Realities, Interpreting Encounters
Speaker: Pavlos Kavouras