The National Geographic Museum’s THE GREEKS

The National Geographic Museum is hosting an exhibit featuring artifacts from over 3000 years of Greek culture. Though the exhibit is titled THE GREEKS: Agamemnon to Alexander the Great, the earliest artifacts on display come from the prehistoric period, long before the bronze age in which the Homeric heroes fought and died, and the latest … Read moreThe National Geographic Museum’s THE GREEKS

“After the Gold Rush”: MOOCs, money, and the education of Richard McKenzie (CHE)

By Steve Kolowich June 05, 2016 On February 21, 2013, Richard McKenzie stood in a California yacht club and prepared to address a modest audience. He was there to talk to members of a local Rotary Club about massive open online courses, or MOOCs, a technological wonder that would soon shake the windows and rattle … Read more“After the Gold Rush”: MOOCs, money, and the education of Richard McKenzie (CHE)

Upcoming Sunoikisis Planning Seminar

The Center for Hellenic Studies is excited for the upcoming Sunoikisis Course Planning and Faculty Development Seminar. Seventeen professors from across the country and around the world will be attending the Greek and Latin Sunoikisis planning seminars, both in person and electronically, from June 10th to June 20th. This year’s Greek seminar is focusing on Hellenistic … Read moreUpcoming Sunoikisis Planning Seminar