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All courses earn three (3) credits.

Introductory Courses

The courses listed below are introductions to the major categories of Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies. Students of the Program are advised to complete these courses by the end of their sophomore year.

  • GRST 100 Modern Greek Culture and Civilization
  • GRST 101 Byzantine Culture and Civilization
  • GRST 102 The Greek American Community

Intermediate Courses

Byzantine Studies

  • Art 211 Early Christian and Byzantine Art
  • History 209 The Byzantine Empire, 324-1025
  • History 210 The Byzantine Empire, 1025-1453

Modern Greek Studies

  • Economics 221 The Economy of Greece
  • History 289 History of Southeastern Europe, 1354-1804
  • History 240 History of Southeastern Europe, 1804 to the Present
  • History 241 Modern Greek History 1821-1923
  • History 242 Modern Greek History, 1923 to the Present
  • Pl.Sci. 241/249 The Formation of the Modern Greek State
  • Pol.Sci. 260 The Middle East in World Politics
  • Pol.Sci.269 Colloquium in International Politics (When the subject is on Greece and/or Cyprus)

Modern Greek Literature and Culture

  • Anthro. 209 Peoples of Europe (When the subject is on Greece and Cyprus)
  • GRST 200 Greek Cinema
  • Greek 305 Modern Greek Literature I
  • Greek 306 Modern Greek Literature II
  • Greek 150 Modern Greek Literature in Translation

Greek American Studies

  • GRST 201 Colloquium on the Greek American Community
  • ETST 310 Six Major Ethnic Groups of New York
  • Urban Studies 11 Ethnic Groups in Cities (???)

Seminars

  • GRST 300 Seminar on the Greek American Community
  • GRST 301 Seminar in Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies
  • Greek 321 Survey of Modern Greek Literature I
  • Greek 322 Survey of Modern Greek Literature II
  • History 394 Seminar in History (When the topic is on Byzantine, Balkan, or Modern Greek History)
  • Pol.Sci. 384 Seminar in International Politics (When the topic is on Greece and/or Cyprus, or when listed as the Middle East in World Politics)

Additional Electives

  • Greek 204 Intermediate Modern Greek II
  • Greek 211 Modern Greek Conversation
  • Greek 251 Elementary Ancient Greek I
  • Greek 252 Elementary Ancient Greek II
  • Greek 315 Writing about Literature: Theory and Practice
  • Greek 330 Early Modern Greek Literature: 14 th to 17 th Century
  • Greek 335 Modern Greek Poets
  • Art 206 Art of Archaic, Classical and Hellenistic Greece
  • Classics 120 Greek Civilization
  • Classics 140 Classical Mythology
  • GRST 202 Selected Topics in Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies
  • GRST 390 Tutorial (on Byzantine and Modern Greek subjects)
 

 Office Information

 
Christos P. Ioannides
Director of Byzantine & Modern Greek Studies
 

Office: Jefferson Hall, Room 301

Phone: 718-997-4520

Fax: 718-997-4529



Web Managers
Christina Kosmidis

Phone: 718-997-4520


qc.byzantine.center@gmail.com
 

 

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