October 26th -27th , 2001
ORTHODOXY AND DEMOCRACY: CHALLENGES AFTER THE COLD WAR
Organized by the Harriman Institute, Columbia University, Union Theological Seminary, and the J.M. Dawson Institute for Church-State Studies, Baylor University
October 30th , 2001
CONTEMPORARY GREEK FICTION: RHEA GALANAKI AND THANASSIS VALTINOS
Karen Van Dyck and Jane Assimakopoulos read translations Co-sponsored by the Foundation for Hellenic Culture and Labyrinth Books
December 3rd, 2001
BEING MOSLEM AND MARGINAL: A POMAK CASE FROM THRACE, GREECE
Franz Boas Lecture Series, Anthropology Department Fotini Tsibiridou, Department of History and Ethnology, Democritus University of Thrace, Greece Co-sponsored by the Department of Anthropology and the Department of Middle East & Asian Languages & Cultures
December 6th, 2001
GALEN: THE FIRST NEUROSCIENTIST AND MEDICAL PHILOSOPHER OF GREEK ANTIQUITY AND THE DOMINANT PHYSICIAN OF THE FIRST MILLENNIUM
Dr. Marinos Dalakas, Chief, Neuromuscular Disease Section, National Institute of Health Co-sponsored by the Onassis Foundation USA
February 11th -14th , 2002
THE OTHER SELF: SELF-IDENTITY, AUTOBIOGRAPHY AND SOCIETY IN MODERN GREEK FICTION
Two seminars and a faculty workshop
Onassis Visiting Scholar: Dimitris Tziovas, Director of the Department of Byzantine Ottoman, and Modern Greek Studies, Birmingham, UK.
Co-sponsored by the Center for Comparative Literature and Society
March 24th -April 24th , 2002
A FILM FESTIVAL: DIASPORA, IMMIGRATION, AND GREECE
Yiorgos from Heidelberg, Kostas Machairas Having Come Here, Stavros Psilakis Logbook, George Seferis, Stelios Charalambopoulos Step-motherland, Nikos Kritikos Greeks and Americans, Tassos Rigopoulos Happy Homecoming, Comrade. Beloiannisz, Lefteris Ksanthopoulos
March 27th, 2002
DESPERATELY SEEKING GREEKNESS: TRANSTERRITORIAL IDENTITIES IN CINEMA
Kimon A. Doukas Lecture Maria Stassinopoulou, Institut für Byzantinistik und Neogräzistik, University of Vienna.
April 4th, 2002
MODERN GREEK HISTORY AND POST-COLONIAL STUDIES
Antonis Liakos, Faculty of History, National Kapodistrian University of Athens. Co-sponsored by the Anthropology Department, the History Department, Center for Comparative Literature and Society, and the Institute for the Study of Europe.
April 8th, 2002
DIASPORA AND THE LANGUAGE QUESTION
Karen Van Dyck, Classics Respondent, Stathis Gourgouris, Comparative Literature Sponsored by the Institute for Research on Women and Gender
April 15th, 2002
The author Menis Koumandareas discusses recent immigration literature and reads from his short story, THE ROMANIAN KID
Co-sponsored by the Foundation for Hellenic Culture.
The Program in Hellenic Studies gratefully acknowledges financial support for language from the Onassis Foundation and the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and support for events from the Ministry of Culture.