Harrison Blackman

Undergraduate Student, Class of 2017

  • Concentration
    Senior Thesis
    Planning for Ecumenopolis: Constantinos A. Doxiadis' Quest to Design Postwar Athens, The United States and the World
    Hellenic Studies Senior Thesis Prize Winner

Harrison came to Princeton from North Potomac, Maryland. His interest in history took a new direction during his PIIRS Global Seminar in Athens in summer 2014.

A student of Modern Greek who is pursuing a career in writing, Harrison continues to write on Greek topics. Among his current projects is a collaboration with Seeger Center Director Dimitri Gondicas focused on connections between Greece and Princeton University from the foundation of the college in 1746.

Previous Roles

  • Undergraduate Student
    2013 - 2017