Fellow Talk | Stella Katsarou

Greece hosted vibrant Neolithic communities that spread over various landscapes, including caves in all settings. The absence of textual evidence makes materiality our utmost medium through those communities’ social and spiritual worlds. Read more

Fellow Talk | Jessica Lamont

Grounded in social history, the talk explores the emergence of medical pluralism—the interwoven professional and cultural systems or “marketplaces” that evolved to manage health and disease—in Greek communities across the ancient Mediterranean. Read more

In Memoriam: Philippos Tsiboglou

The Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington and Greece would like to express our sincerest condolences to the family of the late Philippou Tsiboglou, Director General of the National Library of Greece, as well as to the entire NLG team. Read more

Poetry and the Polis in Euripidean Tragedy

Most critics agree that Euripidean tragedy addresses a wealth of political questions, and that it successfully incorporates and engages with a variety of ancient Greek poetic traditions. Nevertheless, these topics and questions have generally been treated separately. In this book, Jonah Radding contends that the political issues addressed in Euripides’s tragedies are… Read more