The Center for Hellenic Studies in Greece
Welcome to CHS GR
Harvard University’s Center for Hellenic Studies in Greece (CHS GR) is a unique international center that unites the humanistic pursuits of the CHS in Washington with the homeland of Hellenism.
The Nafplio Center has been equipped and uses cutting-edge technology to bring the academic resources of Harvard to Greece, and to foster collaboration between scholars of different nations to promote a greater understanding of Hellenic civilization.
The Center’s main mission is to support and promote the Hellenic civilization, and to bring together scholars studying these subjects, while it functions as a base of operations for scholars, students and researchers from Harvard as well as other academic institutions from the U.S., Greece, and elsewhere.
An important part of the Center’s mission is outreach, and for that reason the Center for Hellenic Studies in Greece offers a regular program of events and other activities addressed not only to Harvard and other academic institutions but also to the local community of Argolis region, the Peloponnese, and Greece in general. These initiatives include an annual series of events, innovative programs, exhibitions, performances, presentations, and digitization projects.
Moreover, the Center for Hellenic Studies also organizes, co-organizes, hosts and supports academic programs addressed to students from Harvard as well as other academic institutions from all over the world.
Michael Marks award-winning poets reading their own work
2016 Poets in Residence Program Poets Gill Mc Evoy and Jennifer Elliott, this year’s winners of the “Michael Marks Award for Poetry Pamphlets” in London and Edinburgh…Read more...
“Sports, Society & Culture”, Fifth International Scholars’ Symposium in Ancient Olympia, Greece
The 2016 International Symposium, bringing together students and professors from Universities in Greece, America, Canada and Cyprus, was completed this summer. Read more...
CHS GR Event: Ioannis Mylonopoulos, “Ancient Greek cult statues in the Roman Empire: Globalization through theft, copying and repetition”
CHS GR Event Please join us on Wednesday, June 1, 2016 at 8:00 p.m., in Nafplio for the last lecture of this year’s Events Series… Read more …