The Battle of Plataea 2.5K

Taking place 2500 years after the battle of Plataea, this interdisciplinary conference on the battle brings together researchers to examine key problems connected to the battle, its multiple contexts, and its ancient and modern reverberations. Read more


Reading Greek Tragedy returns with Sophocles Philoctetes. This event will be streamed to Youtube and broadcast live from Hilles Cinema at Harvard University. If you are on campus, join us! Read more

Modern Odysseys

A discussion of Michelle Zerba’s book Modern Odysseys: Cavafy, Woolf, Césaire and a Poetics of Indirection, moderated by Richard Armstrong and Michelle Zerba. Read more

The Long Italian Philhellenism

Within the pan-European phenomenon called Philhellenism, Italy, due to its history, geographical location, and political status, was prominent in a different way – it appears that the Greek phenomenon was perhaps more deeply felt and rooted. Read more

Bettina Joy de Guzman

Bettina Joy de Guzman will talk about her research, performances, and journeys in Ancient Greek music, in conjunction with pre-recorded and live solo musical performances using various replica ancient instruments.  Read more