Modern Greek Studies Association

Georgetown University


Program Established: 1966
Approximate number of students enrolled (per academic term): 50

Level of Program Offered (and when established):

Undergraduate level elective courses 1966
Modern Greek minor concentration offered: 1982

Profile of Faculty

Full Time Faculty:

Prof. Ismini A. Lamb, Director and Lecturer, Modern Greek Studies Program

Dr. Theodora Kamaroudi-Taylor, Visiting Assistant Professor of Greek Language & Civilization

Emeritus Faculty:

Dr. James E. Alatis, Dean Emeritus & Distinguished Professor of Linguistics and Modern Greek


Sponsoring Departments/Administrative Entities:

Classics Department

Does the program offer financial support to students? Yes

Does the institution offer financial support to students? Yes

Georgetown University
Modern Greek Studies Program
Classics Department
317 Healy Hall, Box 571134
37th and O streets. NW
Washington, DC
20057 USA

202 687 5536 O
703 314 4118 C
202 687 6423 Fax

Prof. Ismini Lamb

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Courses Offered


Introduction to Modern Greek I and II
Intensive Basic Modern Greek I and II
Intensive Intermediate Modern Greek I and II
Intensive Advanced Modern Greek I and II
Media Greek and Advanced Writing

Literature, History and Culture:

Survey of Modern Greek Culture I and II
Contemporary Greek Literature
The Orthodox Faith in Greek Culture
Byzantine History and Civilization

Other courses offered periodically:

Greece through the Best of its Cinema
Modern Greek History
Learning Modern Greek from Ancient Greek
Ancient Greek Myth: Modern Greek Poetry
Modern Greek from New Testament Greek
Modern Greek History through Literature

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