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The Dean C. and Zoë S. Pappas Interdisciplinary Center for Hellenic Studies, originally established by the American Foundation for Greek Language and Culture (AFGLC) as the Interdisciplinary Center for Hellenic Studies, is housed in the School of Arts and Humanities, under the direction of the Dean, Dr. Lisa Honaker. With six endowed professorships, the Center’s focus includes the disciplines of Greek language and literature, history and culture, classical archaeology, art history, philosophy, politics, anthropology, and Byzantine civilization and religion. Scholarly and artistic activities emphasize the diachronic range of Hellenism and promote student enrichment through travel and university exchanges in Greece and Cyprus.
The Dean C. and Zoë S. Pappas Interdisciplinary Center for Hellenic Studies is proud to continue the legacy of our founder Rev. Dr. Demetrios J. Constantelos, and to grow and pursue significant teaching, scholarship, and community engagement.
Dr. Tom Papademetriou (PhD Princeton University), Constantinos and Georgiean Georgiou Endowed Professor of Greek History
Dr. David Roessel (PhD Princeton University), Peter and Stella Yiannos Endowed Professor of Greek Language and Literature
Dr. Katherine Panagakos (PhD The Ohio State University), AFGLC Endowed Professor of Greek Culture and Classics
Dr. Lucio Privitello (PhD Villanova University), Petros and Despoina Tsantes Family Professor of Greek Philosophy
Dr. A. Edward Siecienski (PhD Fordham University), Clement and Helen Pappas Endowed Professor of Byzantine Civilization and Religion
Endowed Professorship Awaiting Tenure Line Appointment:
George Constantine Georges and Sophia C. Georges Endowed Professor of Greek Art and Architecture