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Byzantine Relics and Greek Lives: SNF Centre releases inaugural podcast episode ft. Dimitris Krallis and Anthony Kaldellis
For the first time in its history, the SNF Centre for Hellenic Studies has produced a podcast episode. On Tuesday July 21, 2020, Dr. Dimitris Krallis from the Department of Humanities and the SNF Centre for Hellenic Studies linked up with professor Anthony Kaldellis of The Ohio State University’s Department of Classics for a free-wheeling, informal conversation on Byzantium and Modern Greece. read more
Announcing Dr. Sergio Basso as the 2020/2021 Hellenisms Past and Present, Local and Global Postdoctoral Fellow
We are excited to introduce Dr. Sergio Basso as our incoming 2020/2021 Hellenisms Past and Present, Local and Global Postdoctoral Fellow. read more
We are already well into July! Can you believe it?! Here’s a recap of some of the exciting events that took place last month at the SNF Centre for Hellenic Studies! read more
MA student Neal Payne has recently been accepted to the University of Cambridge for his PhD beginning fall 2020 under the supervision of Professor Martin Millet in the Faculty of Classics. read more
Members of the SNF Centre for Hellenic Studies at SFU, Greek diaspora youth and educators talk StaEllinika with the Prime Minister of Greece Kyriakos Mitsotakis
On Monday, June 22, 2020, the Prime Minister of Greece Kyriakos Mitsotakis and government officials participated in a video conference with the Director of the SNF Centre for Hellenic Studies at Simon Fraser University (SFU), Dr. Dimitris Krallis, staff working on the StaEllinika initiative, as well as children and teachers from five continents currently using StaEllinika. read more
We are now almost half way through 2020 and a lot has changed. There have been many challenges, but more often than not we have seen responses of resilience and kindness. Even though we can't be with our communities in person, we continue to support better understanding and engagement with Greece's history, language and culture, online. read more