COURSES AND MINI COURSES
Professor Pavlos Kavouras (September 1 – November 30)
Cultural Anthropology and Ethnomusicology. University of Athens.
QUARTER GRADUATE SEMINAR: Performing Otherness, Othering Performance: Reflexivity in, through, and beyond Greek music culture
UCLA: Department of Ethnomusicology
Dr. Vasileios Syros (September 20 – December 20)
History of Political Thought. Senior Fellow, Academy of Finland.
QUARTER COURSE: Revolutions from Ancient Greece to the Arab Spring.
Stanford University, Division of Literatures, Cultures, and Languages
A. North America
Dr Mirjam E. Kotwick (Onassis Lectureship at the New School, 2016)
Philology. University of Munich.
New School of Social Research: Department of Philosophy
Associate Professor Vangelis Calotychos (Spring Semester)
Brown University: Modern Greek Studies Program and Department of Comparative Literature
Assistant Professor Panagiota Manoli (March 11- April 9)
Political Economy of International Relations. University of the Aegean.
University of Pittsburgh: Department of Political Science
Professor Michalis Psalidopoulos (March 23 - March 29)
Economics. University of Athens.
Boston University: Modern Greek Studies, International Relations, Economics, History
Associate Professor Phoebe Giannisi (April 1-30)
Architecture and Cultural Studies. University of Thessaly.
Columbia University: Institute of Comparative Literature and Department of Art and Archaeology
Professor Ioannis Lirintzis (April 18- May 25)
Archaeology. University of the Aegean.
University of California San Diego : Department of Anthropology
B. South America
Associate Professor Konstantinos P. Nikoloutsos (May 30 - June 27)
Classics. Saint Joseph’s University.
Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil
University of Brasilia, Brazil
Federal University of Goiás, Goiânia, Brazil
Federal University of Ceará, Fortaleza, Brazil
A. North America
Professor Menelaos Christopoulos (February 27- March 26)
Classics. University of Patras.
Harvard University: Classics Department
Yale University: Classics Department
Ohio State University: Classics Department
St. Joseph University: Classics Department
Professor Thanos Vlastos (February 29- March 3)
Transport and Urban Planning. National Technical University of Athens.
University of California Berkeley: Transportation Sustainability Research Center
University of California Davis: Institute of Transportation Studies
UPENN: Dept. of City and Regional Planning
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee: Department of Urban Planning
Professor Kostas Kostis (March 27- April 24)
Economic History. Economics. University of Athens.
Princeton: Program of Hellenic Studies
Columbia: Program of Hellenic Studies
Yale: Program of Modern Greek Studies
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign: Program of Hellenic Studies, History Department
University of Illinois Chicago: Program of Hellenic Studies
University of Indiana Bloomington: Program of Modern Greek, History Department
McGill University: Program of Modern Greek Studies
Professor Michalis Spourdalakis (April 3- April 21)
Political Science. University of Athens.
University of Toronto: European Studies Center
New School for Social Research: Department of Political Science
NYU: Hellenic Studies
Queens College: Center for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies
Dr. Evangelos Venizelos (April 25- May 7)
MP and Professor of Constitutional Law, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Former Deputy Prime Minister of Greece
UC Berkeley: European Union Center, Center of European Studies
CUNY Graduate Center in cooperation with the Center for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies in Queens College
George Washington University: The Elliott School of International Affairs
B. South America
Professor Nagia Polychronakou- Sgouritsa (March 25- April 7)
Archaeology. University of Athens.
Universidad Nacional del Sur, Bahia Blanca, Argentina
Universidad Catolica Argentina
Universidad Nacional de Cordoba Argentina
ONASSIS SERIES IN HELLENIC CULTURE-LECTURE TOURS
Professor Anthony Kaldellis (February 1-4, 22-26)
Byzantine Studies. Ohio State University.
University of Michigan: Classics and Modern Greek Studies
University of Chicago: History Department