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Speakers: Gregory Nagy, Francis Jones Professor of Classical Greek Literature and Professor of Comparative Literature and Director of the Center for Hellenic Studies, Harvard University; Emma Dench, Dean of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, McLean Professor of Ancient and Modern History and of the Classics, Harvard University; Richard Tuck, Frank G. Thomson Professor of Government, Harvard University; Nicole Newendorp, Lecturer on Social Studies and Assistant Director of Studies for Juniors and Seniors, Committee on Degrees in Social Studies, Harvard University
Moderated by: Nicolas Prevelakis, Lecturer on Social Studies, Committee on Degrees in Social Studies and Assistant Director of Curricular Development, Center for Hellenic Studies, Harvard University
Global issues, such as the current pandemic, the challenge of climate change, and global migration, have challenged traditional notions of citizenship centered on the primacy and independence of the nation-state. What is the meaning of citizenship in a globalized world? What insights can we draw from history to enrich our understanding of what it means to be a citizen? To answer these questions, Harvard's Center for Hellenic Studies in Greece will bring together an interdisciplinary group of academics from Classics, Roman history, anthropology, philosophy, and sociology, along with alumni from Harvard/CHS programs in Greece which focus on such topics.
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Presented as part of Harvard Worldwide Week in collaboration with DRCLAS Brazil Office, Center for Hellenic Studies - Greece, and Mittal Institute Delhi Office