Center for Hellenic Studies in Greece Harvard University: “Nafplio and Argolis during the Revolution of 1821: The Local and the Global”
1821–2021 CHS Initiatives in Greece and in the US
On the occasion of the celebration of the 200 years (1821–2021) since the Greek war of independence against the Ottoman Empire, Harvard University's Center for Hellenic Studies (CHS) happily announces a series of activities that will be organized in 2020–2021 to honor the important anniversary. Part of these initiatives is the Events Series 2021 program entitled “The Revolutionary Landscape of 1821 – Environmental Aesthetics and Politics”.
JUNE 23 EVENT - PANEL DISCUSSION
Title: Nafplio and Argolis during the Revolution of 1821: The Local and the Global
Moderator: Emmanouil Chalkiadakis, Laboratory Teaching Staff Member of History at the University of Crete & Center for Hellenic Studies Associate in Modern Greek History
Α research group of high school students from the Argolis will present the results of a five-month research project.
Aegis of: Municipality of Nafplio
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