Modern Greek Studies Association

Princeton University


Year Program Established:1979

Approximate Number of Students Enrolled (per academic term): 150

Level of Program Offered (and when established):

undergraduate level elective courses (1979)
undergraduate certificate (1989)
graduate level elective courses (1995)
Ph.D. (Classical and Hellenic Studies) (1996)
M.A. (Hellenic Studies) (pending approval)
Graduate Certificate (Hellenic Studies) (pending approval)


Dimitri Gondicas, Director, Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies

Christian Wildberg, Director, Program in Hellenic Studies

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Sponsoring Departments/Administrative Entities:

Does the program offer financial support to students? Yes

Does the institution offer financial support to students? Yes

Princeton University
Stanley J. Seeger '52 Center for Hellenic Studies
Scheide Caldwell House, Room 107B
Princeton, New Jersey
08544 USA

609 258-3339
Fax: (609) 258-2137

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Courses Offered

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Elementary Modern Greek (I &II)
Intermediate Modern Greek (I &II)
Advanced Modern Greek (I &II)


Myth, History, and Contemporary Experience in Modern Greek, English, and American Poetry

Literature and National Identity: Greece and the Seduction of the West


Legacy of the Past: Politics, Society, and Culture in Modern Greece

Greeks, Turks, and Slavs: National Identity in the Balkans, 15th to 20th Century

Great Cities of the Greek World

The Mediterranean: 16th to 20th Century

Additional Areas:

Special Topics in Modern Greek Civilization

Introduction to Postclassical Greek, from the Late Antique to the Byzantine Eras

Introduction to Byzantine Civilization

Special Topics in Hellenic Studies

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