The Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies was founded in 2011. The Center oversees, funds, initiates and manages research on all aspects of Hellenic Studies, at Princeton and abroad, in Greece and the Hellenic Mediterranean. The mission of the Seeger Center is to:
- Enhance Princeton’s international leadership in Hellenic Studies among its peer institutions in the United States and Europe
- Attract outstanding faculty by encouraging and supporting interdisciplinary work
- Support exceptional graduate students, researchers and postdoctoral fellows from around the world
- Enrich Princeton’s intellectual and cultural life across a broad range of disciplines
- Promote the University’s longstanding engagement with the Hellenic world
The Center also sponsors a series of fellowship programs, scholarly exchanges with Greece, conferences, cultural activities, library acquisitions, and publications.
Dimitri Gondicas ’78 is the director of the Seeger Center, which is administered by an executive committee.