As part of the collaborative events programme celebrating 1821 in 2021, the Hellenic Observatory at LSE is hosting an online panel discussion on the timely topic of ‘Power and Impunity: what Donald Trump and Boris didn’t learn from the ancient Greeks’. You may access more information here: https://21in21.co.uk/events/.
Registrations have now opened. Follow the registration link on the 21in21 website or go directly to:
This opening panel discussion is part of a full programme, to which the Society for Modern Greek Studies is actively contributing (note the event of 28 May). The most up-to-date version of the full events calendar will continue to show here: https://21in21.co.uk/events/.
The events are generously sponsored by the A.G. Leventis Foundation and are affiliated with the Protovoulia 1821-2021 (Advisor: Mr Ioannis Manos, National Bank of Greece). They represent a UK-based collaboration among The Hellenic Centre, The Anglo-Hellenic League, the Society for Modern Greek Studies, the Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies, the British School at Athens, the Hellenic Observatory at LSE, the Hellenic Institute at Royal Holloway, the Cambridge Centre for Greek Studies, the A.G. Leventis Visiting Professor at the University of Edinburgh, the University of Bristol, the Centre for Hellenic Studies at King’s College London, and many more contributing individuals (special thanks to Prof. Richard Clogg, Dr Marios Psaras, CHC, and our supporters at the Greek Embassy’s Press Office).