As an integral part of the Seeger Center, the Program in Hellenic Studies offers a comprehensive undergraduate curriculum, as well as graduate courses in Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, taught by specialist faculty in a range of departments in the humanities and social sciences. 

The Program in Hellenic Studies is closely affiliated with the Humanities Council and the Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies (PIIRS)

Jack Tannous is the director of the Program, which is administered by an executive committee. 

Charlie E. Barber

Professor of Art and Archaeology

Leonard wearing a blazer over a red sweater with glasses
Leonard Barkan

Class of 1943 University Professor of Comparative Literature

M. Beissinger
Mark R. Beissinger

Henry W. Putnam Professor of Politics

Emmanuel Bourbouhakis on a lawn with a building in the background
Emmanuel C. Bourbouhakis

Associate Professor of Classics and the Stanley J. Seeger '52 Center for Hellenic Studies

Elizabeth A. Davis

Associate Professor of Anthropology

Dimitri wearing a grey sweater over a collared shirt with glasses, smiling
Dimitri H. Gondicas '78

Stanley J. Seeger ’52 Director, Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies / Lecturer in the Council of the Humanities and Hellenic Studies

B. Graziosi
Barbara Graziosi

Professor of Classics

Eric Gregory
Eric Gregory

Professor of Religion / Chair, Council of the Humanities / Director, Stewart Seminars in Religion / Director, Program in Humanistic Studies

David Jenkins
David T. Jenkins

Librarian for Classics, Hellenic Studies and Linguistics (Sits with Program Committee)

S. Kotkin
Stephen Kotkin

John P. Birkelund '52 Professor in History and International Affairs / Co-Director, Program in History and the Practice of Diplomacy / Director, Princeton Institute for International and Regional Studies

M. Lane
Melissa S. Lane

Class of 1943 Professor of Politics / Director, University Center for Human Values

E. Rentzou
Effie Rentzou

Associate Professor of French and Italian

Teresa Shawcross

Associate Professor of History and Hellenic Studies (on leave 2021-2022)

A. Stahl
Alan Stahl

Curator of Numismatics (Sits with Program Committee)

James Steward
James C. Steward

Nancy A. Nasher-David J. Haemisegger, Class of 1976, Director, Princeton University Art Museum / Lecturer with the rank of Professor in Art and Archaeology (Sits with Program Committee)

Jack Tannous
Jack Tannous *10

Associate Professor of History and Hellenic Studies/ Chair, Center for the Study of Late Antiquity/ Director of the Program in Hellenic Studies