Modern Greek Studies Association


Brown University

Profile

Year Program Established: 1995
Approximate Number of Students Enrolled (per academic term): 140

Level of Program Offered:

n/a

Faculty

Full Time Faculty:

Elsa Amanatidou, Senior Lecturer Modern Greek Language and Culture

Professor Vangelis Calotychos

Professor Yannis Hamilakis

Resources

Sponsoring Departments/Administrative Entities:

Department of Classics

Dept. of Comparative Literature

 

Does the program offer financial support to students? No

Does the institution offer financial support to students? Yes

Recent initiatives in curriculum, collaborative projects, outreach, educational and research support.

Course sharing: Intermediate Modern Greek. 

Brown sends, Cornell receives.

 

Brown on Naxos: Pre-college summer program on Naxos: Ideas, Language and Culture from Antiquity to Modernity (established: 2010)

 

2900: A course on Foreign Language Teaching Methods and SLA, in collaboration with Foreign Language and Literature departments, taught by E. Amanatidou

Modern Greek Studies @ Brown University
Department of Classics
48 College Hill
Providence, RI, 02912

(401) 863-2123

Director
Elsa Amanatidou, Senior Lecturer

Program's Email

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Courses Offered

Academic Year 2016-2017

Professor Elsa Amanatidou

Fall 2016:
Introduction to Modern Greek
Intermediate Modern Greek
Advanced Modern Greek
Special Topics in Modern Greek

Spring 2017
Introduction to Modern Greek
Intermediate Modern Greek
Advanced Modern Greek
Special Topics in Modern Greek
Modern Greek for Classicists and Archaeologists

Professor Yannis Hamilakis

The Monuments Men: Embedded Scholars and the Military-Archaeology Complex
A Migration Crisis? Displacement, Materiality, and Experience

Professor Vangelis Calotychos

The Balkans, Europe's Other?: Literature, Film, History
Travel and Tourism through the Ages
Film Classics: The Greeks on the Silver Screen

Professor Stratis Papaioannou

Cities: Medieval Perspectives
Greek Literature in Italy and by Italians

Professor Johanna Hanink

Old News: Antiquity and Current Events

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