American Philhellene Scholar Edmund Keeley Dies at 94
Renowned scholar, translator and philhellene Edmund Keeley passed away on February 23 at the age of 94. Also a preeminent essayist and poet, Keeley was responsible for many people's first encounters with the works of major Greek poets George Seferis,...
Removal of Greek, Latin at Princeton Sparks Debate on Classics in the US
The recent decision by Princeton University to remove Greek and Latin requirements for Classics majors to combat -- what it called -- institutional racism, has sparked a lively debate among academic circles in the US. In May, faculty members approved...
Princeton Removes Greek, Latin for Classics Majors to Combat Racism
Princeton University decided recently to remove Greek and Latin for Classics majors to combat - what it called- institutional racism.
Summer Unlikely To Curb Coronavirus Growth, Scientists Warn
Summer's higher temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere are unlikely to significantly limit the growth of the coronavirus pandemic, according to a Princeton University study published Monday in the journal Science. Several statistical studies conducted over the past few months have...
Princeton University Athens Center for Research and Hellenic Studies Inaugurated
Princeton University has inaugurated the Athens Center for Research and Hellenic Studies in Athens, a project three years in the making. "An academic home in Greece embodies some of the key goals of the Stanley J. Seeger Hellenic Fund, established in 1979,"...
The Best Universities in Greece and around the World
Greek universities scored very low in the world rankings, while also scoring low on a European level. The top ten universities in the world are mainly from the U.S. As for Greece, the University of Crete got first place, according...
On Both Sides of the Aegean
Director Maria Iliou and historian Alexander Kitroeff, who in 2012 presented at the Benaki Museum the documentary entitled On Both Sides of the Aegean which deals with the expulsion and exchange of populations between Turkey and Greece in 1922-1924,...
Professor Chaniotis’ Australian Lecture Tour
The Professor of Ancient History Angelos Chaniotis is this year's Visiting Professor of the Australian Archaeological Institute in Athens (AAIA). The AAIA is one of seventeen international archaeological schools based in Athens and hosts a range of lectures, seminars,...