Courses

Fall 2017 Courses:

N.B. This is a tentative schedule, and is subject to change.

MGS 150: Modern Greek I

Modern Greek for beginners emphasizing oral expression, listening comprehension, reading and writing. Grammar introduced in context of readings. The fourth hour of this class will be conducted online. 

Monday, Wednesday, 2:10-3:25 pm
Room: TDB
Instructor: TBD

MGS 510/CLAS 510/HIST 326: The Byzantine Empire

Political, social, economic, cultural history of Byzantine empire from 7th to 15th centuries A.D.; relations of Byzantium with Germanic, Slavic, Arabic, and Turkic-speaking neighbors.

Tuesday, Thursday, 11:00 am-12:15 pm
Room : TBD
Instructor: TBD

Spring 2017 Courses:

MGS 151: Modern Greek II

Continuation of MGS 150, Modern Greek I. The fourth hour of this class will be conducted online. 

Monday, Wednesday, 2:10-3:25 pm
HUM 115
Prof. Armenakis

MGS 350/HIST 350: Greece & The Balkans

History of Greece and the Balkans from the Fall of Constantinople to the present.

Tuesday, Thursday,11:00am-12:15 pm
HUM 301
Prof. Anagnostopoulos

Fall 2016 Courses:

MGS 150: Modern Greek I

Modern Greek for beginners emphasizing oral expression, listening comprehension, reading and writing. Grammar introduced in context of readings. The fourth hour of this class will be conducted online. 

Monday, Wednesday, 2:10-3:25 pm
BH 1
Prof. Armenakis

MGS 510/CLAS 510/HIST 326: The Byzantine Empire

Political, social, economic, cultural history of Byzantine empire from 7th to 15th centuries A.D.; relations of Byzantium with Germanic, Slavic, Arabic, and Turkic-speaking neighbors.

Tuesday, Thursday, 2:10-3:25 pm
BH 338
Prof. Anagnostopoulos

Spring 2016 Courses:

MGS/ANTH 316: Contemporary Culture of Greece

The culture of contemporary Greece within the framework of the social sciences, particularly anthropology and folklore.

Tuesday, Thursday, 12:35-1:50 pm
CA 106
Prof. Kalantzis

MGS/HUM 378: Athens

Tuesday, Thursday, 2:10-3:25 pm
HUM 122
Prof. Kalantzis

Prof. Konstantinos Kalantzis is the Elios Charitable Foundation Visiting Professor in Modern Greek Studies.

Please contact the department at modgreek@sfsu.edu.
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