Modern Greek Studies Association

Rutgers University


Year Program Established:


Approximate Number of Students Enrolled (per academic term): 90

Level of Program Offered:

Minor in Modern Greek Studies


Full Time Faculty:

Stephen Reinert, Associate Professor, History (Director)

Tuna Artun, Assistant Professor, History

Giorgio DiMauro, Director, Rutgers Study Abroad

Gary D. Farney, Associate Professor, History [Newark]

Thomas Figueira, Professor, Classics

Panos G. Georgopoulos, Professor, Environmental &

     Occupational Health Sciences

Rachel Hadas, Professor, English [Newark]

Tia Kolbaba, Associate Professor, Religion (Director)

Thomas V. Papathomas, Professor, Biomedical Engineering

Athina Petropulu, Professor, Electrical & Computer   Engineering

Archer St. Clair Harvey, Professor, Art History

Sarolta Takacs, Professor, History

Nükhet Varlık, Assistant Professor, History [Newark]


Part Time Faculty:

John D. DeLaurentis, Instructor

Katerina Kourti-Galavas, Instructor



Sponsoring Departments/Administrative Entities:

The Rutgers Modern Greek Studies Program is located within the Rutgers School of Arts & Sciences.

Does the program offer financial support to students? Occasional small scholarships.

Does the institution offer financial support to students? Occasional small scholarships for study abroad programs.

Modern Greek Studies Program
Rutgers University
c/o Prof. Stephen Reinert
History Department
16 Seminary Place
New Brunswick, New Jersey
08901 USA

848 932-8234

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Courses Offered

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Courses in Greek:

First Year Modern Greek (two semesters)

Second Year Modern Greek (two semesters)

Third Year Modern Greek (two semesters)

Introduction to Modern Greek Literature (two semesters)


Courses Primarily in English



Masterpieces in Modern Greek Literature

Odysseus in Literature

The Life and Works of Nikos Kazantzakis

The Life and Works of Odysseus Elytis

Greek Film


The Byzantine Empire

Byzantine Civilization

History of Modern Greece

History of Modern Cyprus


Greek Christianity

Evolution of Christian Orthodoxy


Byzantine Art

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