Events


2 November 2016
Princeton University Hellenic Studies Events: Fall 2016 

22 May 2015 
Evening Reception with Professor Peter Singer. DIKEMES Auditorium at 7:00 pm.

8 May 2015
Princeton Class of 2019 Reception. DIKEMES Auditorium, at 7:00 pm.


30 March 2015
Agora, Garden, Monument: Recent  Transformations in Athenian Public Space. DIKEME Auditorium, at 7:45 pm.


27 January 2015
Princeton Pitta Cutting Reception. 27 January 2015 at DIKEMES at 1900. Friends & Family welcome- please RSVP.


24 November 2014
British Parliamentary Style Debate: "Tax the Rich". ACS Performing Arts Centre, at 7:30 pm.



13 May 2014
Paul Sarbanes Fund for Hellenism and Public Service Established. Reception on 13 May 2014 at the Princeton Club of New York.


24 January 2014
Princeton Pitta Cutting Reception. 24 January 2014 at DIKEMES at 1900. Friends & Family welcome- please RSVP.


30 January 2013
Rewriting Nuclear History from the Perspective of the History of Science. Lecture by Professor Michael Gordin, Princeton University. University of Athens Central Archives: 30 January 2013 at 6:00 pm. 



29 January 2013
Looking in Askance at the Lysenko Affair: Three Approaches. Lecture by Professor Michael Gordin, Princeton University. University of Athens Central Building: Tuesday, 29 January at 7:00 pm.



13 January 2013
Princeton Club of Greece New Year's Reception & Pitta-Cutting. DIKEMES Dining Hall: Monday, 28 January at 7:00 pm.



30 October 2012 
The American School of Classical Studies presents a lecture entitled "1453: How Important Was It?" by Professor Molly Greene.  




17 October 2012 
DIKEMES, the College Year in Athens, present a lecture entitled "Greece as a Segmentary Community" by Professor Thanos Veremis.  



1 October 2012
The Oxford University Alumni Association in Greece and Hub Events host a debate entitled "Thoughts on US Society before the Presidential Elections". 



14 June 2012
The National and Capodistrian University of Athens invites you to the 5th annual Michael Frede Lecture entitled "Epictetus and Simplicius on what is up to us" by Dr. Christian Wildberg, Professor of Classics at Princeton University



13 June 2012
Book Presentation: "Circles Disturbed: The Interplay of Mathematics and Narrative" Presentation of a new book by Apostolos Doxiades and Barry Mazur, presented at Cotsen Hall, American School of Classical Studies