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Modern Greek Literature Position sponsored by Stavros S Niarchos Foundation

In September 2016, the Modern Greek Studies program at Brown received generous support from the Stavros Niarchos Foundation USA,  for a five year position in Modern Greek literature in the department of Comparative Literature,  co- funded by the office of the Dean of the Faculty.

(Distributed September 19, 2017)

Transient Matter Exhibition

Transient Matter is a student-organized and curated exhibition of artifacts linked to the migrant and border crossing experience, and collected from the island of Lesvos, on the Greek-Turkish Border. The exhibition was prepared as part of the course, MGRK 1210 "A Migration Crisis? Displacement, Materiality, and Experience", taught by Professor Yannis Hamilakis.

(Distributed May 17, 2019)

Greek Consul Visits Brown to Meet Director of MGS, Elsa Amanatidou

On Tuesday May 8, 2019, the Greek Consul, Stratos Efthymiou, based in Boston, made an informal visit to Brown for discussions with Elsa Amanatidou, Director of the Modern Greek Studies program, and the Classics Department. Whilst on campus, he was able to visit the Hay Library to see the portrait of Gridley Howe, an American who played an important role in the Greek War of Independence.

(Distributed May 13, 2019)

MGS and CLS Film Screening!

Join the Program in Modern Greek Studies and the Center for Language Studies for a FREE screening of  1968 (2018).

 

Wednesday, 2/27/19, @7pm

Friedman Auditorium, Metcalf Research Building

(Distributed February 26, 2019)
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