People

“I appreciated HERC’s commitment to providing us with leading experts in the field.” – James Geach, University of Arizona

“I felt welcome, warm, and safe with teachers like Nike. It was a great environment to learn in” – Zoé Elise Thomas, University of Washington

People at HERC

Founders

Andronike Makres (D.Phil. Oxon, Greek Epigraphic Society)

Rhea Scourtas (Society of the Athenians)

US Liaison

Adele Scafuro (Prof. Classics, Brown University)

Current and Past Instructors

Sofia Aliferi (Archaeologist)

Xeni Arapogianni (Director Emerita, 38th Ephorate of Antiquities)

Constantine Boletis (Archaeologist, Head of Technical Office, Acropolis South Slope)

Eirini Choremi (Archaeologist, Epigraphic Museum of Athens)

Catherine Diamantakou (Prof. of Theatrical Studies, University of Athens)

Gely Fragou (Archaeologist, Greek Ministry of Culture)

Socrates Koursoumis (Archaeologist, Greek Ministry of Culture)

Evangelos Kroustalis (Archaeologist Greek Ministry of Culture)

Andronike Makres (Greek Epigraphic Society)

Georgia Malouchou (The Archaeological Society at Athens, Greek Epigraphic Society)

Angelos Matthaiou (Greek Epigraphic Society)

Nikolaos Papazarkadas (Prof. of Classics, University of California, Berkeley)

Dimitris Sourlas (Archaeologist, Greek Ministry of Culture)

Petros Themelis (Prof. Emeritus Archaeology, Univ. of Crete, Dir. Exc. Messene)

Athanasios Themos (Director, Epigraphic Museum of Athens)

Georgetta Theofilou (Archaeologist)

Leslie Threat (Prof. Emeritus, UC Berkeley)

Bella Vivante (Prof. Emerita of Classics, University of Arizona)

Eleni Zavvou (Head Curator, Epigraphic Museum of Athens)

Visiting Faculty

Emily Kearns (Professor, Oxford University)

Michael Osborne (Professor Emeritus, La Trobe University)

Robert Parker (Professor Emeritus, Oxford University)

Peter Rhodes (Professor Emeritus, Durham University)

People

“I appreciated HERC’s commitment to providing us with leading experts in the field.” – James Geach, University of Arizona

“I felt welcome, warm, and safe with teachers like Nike. It was a great environment to learn in” – Zoé Elise Thomas, University of Washington