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PhD Fellowships in Modern Greek Studies Program at Harvard U.

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Originally From: Panagiotis Roilos <roilos at FAS.HARVARD.EDU>

I am happy to announce that our Modern Greek Studies Program has been endowed by our University with the extremely generous privilege of offering a two-year fellowship to at least one Ph.D student in Modern Greek Studies per year. The fellowship, which covers tuitions as well as living expenses, will be awarded to applicants on the basis of academic merit. Ph.D students may be admitted primarily to the Departments of the Classics or of Comparative Literature, or to any other Department of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences of Harvard University after arrangements with the Director of the Program.

I should mention that tuition is as a rule guaranteed for FIVE years, the first two years being by far the most expensive ones. After the end of the second academic year the stipend covering living expenses is replaced by teaching.

For further information please contact our Administrator Mrs Teresa Wu (ttwu at or myself.

Panagiotis Roilos
Professor of Modern Greek Studies
Director of the Modern Greek Studies Program    Office tel.: (617) 495-7783
Harvard University                              Office fax:  (617) 496-6720
Department of the Classics                e-mail: roilos at
Boylston Hall 2nd Floor
Cambridge MA 02138

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