Apply: Greek Studies on Site

Around this time last year, I travelled to Greece to participate in a ten-day winter school themed “Athens through the Ages” organized by Greek Studies on Site.

The program was led by an Athenian named Georgia Sermamoglou who wrote her doctoral dissertation on Plato in the Classics department at the University of Virginia. She’s an amazing teacher and guide. Continue reading “Apply: Greek Studies on Site”

No, art should not be unintelligible.

Last year, I participated in a winter school offered by Greek Studies on Site called Athens through the Ages. A couple days ago, I read Sohrab’s Ahmari’s book The New Philistines (Provocations): How Identity Politics Disfigures the Arts and this book took me right back to juxtaposed experiences at the Byzantine Museum and the Kolonaki Gallery in Athens. Continue reading “No, art should not be unintelligible.”