The Center for Hellenic Studies

Helping educators, researchers, and the general public rediscover the humanism of the ancient Greeks.

Outreach Internship

Assist the team in Washington, DC in coordinating a range of online programs and events including Reading Greek Tragedy Online, seminar series, fellows’ and visiting artist talks, and more!

The Laodamiad

A play about the myth of Laodamia and Protesilaus

Virtual Tour

Due to the pandemic, the Center is currently closed to the public. Tour the main building and the library virtually.



Muse Lee

How do we sing Homer's immortal stories in this moment of isolation? Emerging writer Muse Lee answers this question with a dazzling project: Aristos: the Musical, a queer pop/rock adaptation of The Iliad produced remotely during the pandemic. Read more

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Student Programs

The CHS offers a variety of programs for students in Washington, DC and in Nafplio, including internships, workshops and seminars, and study abroad.

Reading Greek Tragedy Online

In partnership with Out of Chaos Theatre, the Center for Hellenic Studies and the Kosmos Society are presenting Reading Greek Tragedy Online, a series that brings together actors and researchers to perform and discuss scenes from Greek tragedy.

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