About Us

Interdisciplinary Center for Hellenic Studies

The Center

Established at Stockton College by the American Foundation for Greek Language and Culture (AFGLC) , the Interdisciplinary Center for Hellenic Studies (ICHS) aims to promote and assist in the study and teaching of Hellenism through the many fields that define Greek civilization and culture. The areas of focus of the Center are wide, inclusive and diachronic, representing all aspects of Hellenic culture. At Stockton, this includes the disciplines of Greek Language and literature, history and culture, classical archaeology, art, philosophy, politics, anthropology and Byzantine Civilization and Religion. One of our new projects is The Examined Life, an outreach program for K-12 teachers in South Jersey.

Each ICHS funded by the AFGLC consists of named professorships in five core areas. Currently, these professorships include:

Greek Language & Literature
The Peter and Stella Yiannos Professorship in Greek Language and Literature held by Dr. David Roessel

History of Modern Hellenism
Constantinos and Georgiean Georgiou Professorship in Greek History:
Dr. Tom Papademetriou

Greek Culture
The AFGLC Professorship in Greek Culture (Dr. Katherine Panagakos)

Ancient Greek Philosophy
The Petros and Despoina Tsantes family Professorship in Greek Philosophy (In memory of Katerina H. Batouyios)
Dr. Lucio Privitello
Byzantine Civilization and Religion
The Clement and Helen Pappas Professorship in Byzantine Civilization and Religion (funded by the Pappas Family in memory of their parents)
Dr. Edward Siencienski

Assistant Professor of Art History and Archaeology (Studies in the Visual Arts)
Dr. Amy Papalexandrou


For more information on the AFGLC, please go to http://www.afglc.org





Contact Information:
George Plamantouras
Telephone: (609) 652-4433
Email: hellenicstudies@stockton.edu