DELPHI ACADEMY OF EUROPEAN STUDIES, 14-27 June 2020
The Delphi Academy of European Studies, supported by the Region of Central Greece, focuses on the diachronic and synchronic study of European history and culture and the ways in which Europe today responds to the multifaceted challenges of political, economic, and cultural globalization.
The curriculum and academic function of the Delphi Academy of European Studies is overseen by an international Committee consisting of the following Professors:
Homi Bhabha, (Harvard; Director of the Mahindra Humanities Center)
Georges Dertilis, (École des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris)
Peter Frankopan, (Oxford; Director of the Oxford Centre for Byzantine Research)
Michèle Lamont, (Harvard; Director of the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs)
Spiros Pollalis, (Harvard School of Design)
Panagiotis Roilos, (Harvard; founder of the Academy and chair of the committee)
Dimitrios Yatromanolakis, (Johns Hopkins University)
The Academy offers two-week interdisciplinary, tuition free Seminars at the Centre’s facilities in Delphi. The Seminars, which are taught in English by world renowned scholars, are open mainly to graduate students/PhD candidates but also to qualified undergraduates. The instructors adopt interdisciplinary approaches to their subjects, with a view to addressing the research interests of students in the Humanities as well as the Social Sciences. The Seminars are accompanied by a workshop and/or invited lectures on current political and cultural developments in Europe.
This year the Academy’s Seminar Programme will focus on Cultural Politics in Europe: Ideologies, National ‘Traditions’ and Transnational/Transcultural Relations
The Seminars will be offered in June 14-27, 2020.
For more information: https://www.eccd.gr/en/news/delphi-academy-of-european-studies-14-27-june-2020/