Greece

HAA-CHS January 2020 Trip to Greece

Join Keith Stone and an intergenerational group of alums, current students, and HeroesX participants January 10–19, 2020, on a Harvard Alumni Association – Center for Hellenic Studies travel-study tour of Greece! The trip will begin in Nafplio and end in Thessaloniki, and its theme will be the development of scripts and of writing technologies. Read more

Going To Greece!

....Thoughts on the recent Spring Break Trip. Professor Nagy is so knowledgeable and so able to communicate immense and complex subjects concisely that at the end of each day we all were stunned to learn just how much we actually covered. It was so wonderful to meet so many delightful and interesting people, each bringing their own background and viewpoints. Having participants with knowledge of business, photography, poetry, mathematics, archaeology,… Read more

HAA-CHS Spring Break Trip to Greece

Join Professor Gregory Nagy and a group of students, HeroesX participants, and alumni, March 15–23 2019, on the Harvard Alumni Travels – Center for Hellenic Studies Spring Break Trip 2019. Explore Greece’s famous archaeological sites and museums, and immerse yourself in the ancient history of this part of the world. Supplement your journey with selected readings from translations of Homer, Pausanias, and even some modern authors. Here are some impressions… Read more

CHS Spring Break Trip

Join Professor Gregory Nagy and a group of students, HeroesX participants, and alumni, March 10–18, on the Harvard Alumni Travels – Center for Hellenic Studies Spring Break Trip 2018, an immersive, 9-day exploration of Greece! What does it mean to go on the trip as an alumnus of HeroesX? Here are the impressions from a former HeroesX participant who went in 2017. Read more

Travel to Greece: March 10–19, 2017

Travel back through time to ancient Greece on this annual spring break favorite. Start in the charming seaport town of Nafplio, home to Harvard University's Center for Hellenic Studies. Then proceed through the Peloponnese to Delphi and Athens, exploring Greece's famous archaeological sites and museums along the way. Supplement your journey with readings in translation from Homer, Pausanias, and even some modern texts, selected by your Harvard study leader, Professor… Read more