Faculty Seminar | Ancient Science

Dates: June 7-June 13 Application Deadline: April 21, 2017 Course Consultant: Mark Schiefsky, Harvard University Apply Now! Each June, interested faculty gather at the Center for Hellenic Studies (CHS) in Washington, D.C.* to read and discuss relevant texts on a particular subject and develop an inter-institutional course for the following fall semester. The seminar this … Read moreFaculty Seminar | Ancient Science

Faculty Seminar | Classical Traditions in Science Fiction

Dates: June 5-6, 2017 Consultants: Brett Rogers (University of Puget Sound), Ben Stevens (Trinity University), and Jesse Weiner (Hamilton College) Course Director: Norman Sandridge (Howard University) This workshop is for faculty interested in developing and teaching a course on classical traditions in science fiction, with optional Digital Humanities component. Our purpose will be to introduce participants to key primary … Read moreFaculty Seminar | Classical Traditions in Science Fiction

Plan the Spring 2017 Course on Herodotus!

Sunoikisis is excited to announce its 2017 course in translation! The course topic will be Herodotus’ Histories.  A course planning weekend for Sunoikisis-Herodotus will be held at the Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington, DC on November 12, 2016. During this weekend, faculty will work collaboratively to design and craft the course which will then … Read morePlan the Spring 2017 Course on Herodotus!

CIC 2016 Internship Experience l Mainhia

I have been so blessed to intern at the Center for Hellenic Studies’ while they hosted the Council of Independent College’s (CIC) seminar on Herodotus. As a seminar intern, I was able to communicate with professionals from many academic concentrations, help ‘behind the scenes’ of the seminar, and work with a professional organization. Most importantly, … Read moreCIC 2016 Internship Experience l Mainhia