Minor in Modern Greek Studies

College of Liberal & Creative Arts

Dean: Dr. Andrew Harris

This minor is temporarily suspended. Please contact the Department of Classics for further information.

Modern Greek Studies Program

HUM 577
Phone: (415) 338-1892
Website: http://moderngreekstudies.sfsu.edu/

Program Scope

The Minor in Modern Greek Studies is an interdisciplinary program for students seeking greater knowledge of contemporary Greek language, literature, history, and culture. The program is designed to provide the student with an understanding of Modern Greek language, culture, and society in relation to its earlier antecedents, the ancient Greek and Byzantine civilizations.

The minor complements academic majors for students planning careers in literary and ethnic studies; primary, secondary, and tertiary education; anthropology; history; linguistics; classics; journalism; museum studies, political science; sociology; translation; the arts; the foreign service; international relations; and business, as well as those who desire a better understanding of contemporary Greece, the Greek American experience, and the Hellenic diaspora. The interdisciplinary scope of the program also introduces the student for further study in any number of academic fields at the graduate level. Courses in Modern Greek Studies can also fulfill the B.A. requirements in Complementary Studies.

The interdisciplinary Minor in Modern Greek Studies consists of 17-19 units. A core of two four-unit courses is required, and an elective group of three additional courses completes the minor.

All coursework used to satisfy the requirements of the minor must be completed with a minimum grade point average of 2.0.

Associate Professor

ALEXANDRA PAPPAS (2012), Associate Professor of Classics, Director, Center for Modern Greek Studies; B.A. (1996), University of Oregon; M.A. (1999), Ph.D. (2004), University of Wisconsin, Madison.