Library: New Titles

New Titles Cataloged January 2017 Location: Periodicals Bitto, Gregor, author Vergimus in senium: Statius’ Achilleis als Alterswerk, Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, [2016] Jonkers, Gijsbert, author The textual tradition of Plato’s Timaeus and Critias, Leiden ; Boston: Brill, 2017 Reif, Matthias, author De arte magorum: Erklärung und Deutung… Read more

Past Senior Fellows

Previous and Current Senior Fellows 1960-1965 Gerald Else (Michigan) 1960-1965 Richmond Lattimore (Bryn Mawr) 1960-1971 James H. Oliver (Johns Hopkins) 1960-1971 Whitney J. Oates (Princeton) 1960-1976 John H. Finley (Harvard) 1966-1972 Eric Havelock (Yale) 1966-1985 Henry Immerwahr (UNC-Chapel Hill) 1971-1986 Michael C. J. Putnam (Brown) 1972-1987 Walter Burkert (Zurich) 1972-1988… Read more

Jørgen Mejer – Remembrance by Judith P. Hallett

Jørgen Mejer I would like to thank Henriette for sharing my words with you today: for allowing me to express, in my not always comprehensible idiomatic American English, deep sorrow at Jørgen’s untimely death, and profound thanks for his remarkable life. As soon as Henriette phoned me at mid-day on… Read more

Library: Landing

Research at the CHS Library The CHS Library collection focuses upon and supports research in all areas of Ancient Hellenic Civilization.  Subject coverage includes literature (archaic, classical, Hellenistic and early imperial), history, philosophy, religion, art, archaeology, architecture, epigraphy, papyrology, medicine, mathematics, science and numismatics. Collections in Latin Literature and Roman… Read more


CHS Gallery In this section, the Center for Hellenic Studies features photographs from its various activities and events as well as artistic contributions from the CHS community. CHS Events Annual May Party CHS celebrated its annual end-of-year party on May 17, 2005.  This year’s Persian-themed party was held under… Read more

Lexington Books

Lexington Books The Center for Hellenic Studies is a partner with Lexington Books, which publishes “Greek Studies: Interdisciplinary Approaches Series.” Building on the foundations of scholarship within the disciplines of philology, philosophy, history, and archaeology, this series spans the continuum of Greek traditions extending from the… Read more

Ilex Foundation

The Ilex Foundation The Center For Hellenic Studies is currently collaborating with The Ilex Foundation on the digitization of The Milman Parry Collection. The Foundation promotes the study of humanistic traditions that derive from the civilizations of the Mediterranean and the Near East, and is dedicated… Read more

Foundation for the Hellenic World

The Foundation for the Hellenic World The Center for Hellenic Studies is a partner with The Foundation for the Hellenic World, a not-for-profit cultural institution based in Athens, Greece.  The Foundation uses state-of-the-art, cutting-edge information and computer technology in its pursuit of the research, awareness and… Read more

Stoa Consortium

The Stoa Consortium The Center for Hellenic Studies is a partner with The Stoa Consortium, a leader in refereeing electronic scholarly publications in the humanities and developing new models of scholarly collaboration. Along with the Stoa Consortium, the Center enthusiastically promotes such models of electronic publication. Read more