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The Justice-in-Education Initiative (JIE) provides Columbia students and faculty with an interdisciplinary framework for understanding criminal justice issues by supporting the development of new course offerings within the curriculum that engage contemporary issues of justice. The Leros Humanism Seminars/LSH/ΣΛ are co-sponsored by the JIE. 

Please see the upcoming events hosted by the Justice in Education Initiative at Columbia University. 

Karen Van Dyck translates the poem All Alone by Greek writer Katerina Anghelaki-Rooke.

Read the poem and translator's note here

In her translation of a poem by Greek writer Katerina Anghelaki-Rooke, Karen Van Dyck asks how, when responding to wildfires in Greece and Canada, giving yourself to translating is like “giving yourself to plants growing.”

Read the poem and essay here

Columbia News features Director of the Program in Hellenic Studies, Professor Stathis Gourgouris, who discusses why C. P. Cavafy "belongs to the world on a global scale" and invites readers to attend the free events on May 1st at the SOF/Heyman Center and the Miller Theater.

 

Learn more about the prestigious Guggenheim Fellowship HERE.

Warmest congratulations from the Program in Hellenic Studies!

University of Athens hosts Honorary Doctorate Confirmation Ceremony for Karen Van Dyck. 

Stathis Gourgouris translates poetry of groundbreaking Greek artist Lena Platonos for the book collection Piercing Red: Collected Poems and Lyrics 1984–2008.

For more information, click HERE

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