A Fresh Look at Greece: Some Personal Observations

As Greece emerges from its debt crisis and the pandemic, and assumes greater leadership in its region, Institute of Current World Affairs fellow Steven Tagle is exploring how the geopolitics, history, and culture of Greek border zones shape the story of the nation and the future of the Eastern Mediterranean, Balkans, and Europe. Join us on Wednesday February 16 - 7:00 p.m. EET.

Steven Tagle, currently a fellow for the Institute of Current World Affairs in northern Greece, is a writer, photographer, and philhellene. Steven is the recipient of an Asian American Writers' Workshop Margins Fellowship, a Fulbright Fellowship to Greece, and a Soros Fellowship for New Americans. He has been published in The Common, LARB, New Delta Review, UFO, and Nea Estia and served as speechwriter for the US Embassy in Athens. His recent work in Greece includes the Stavros Niarchos Foundation-funded New Agriculture for a New Generation program, Anatolia College, and Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. A graduate of UMass Amherst and Stanford, Steven is originally from California. Read more about Steven and follow him at steventagle.com.

February 16, 2022 at 7:00pm - 9pm Athens Time
Zoom - Online
Kerri Michael Linda Manney Luc K A S Eva Voigtlander-Panagiotou Leigh Anderson Konstantinos Karakitsios Gina Senduka Rosemary Donnelly Peter Vamvakas Nicholas Loisos Anita Kattakuzhy Christopher Vasiliou Andrea Gilbert Anna Haughton Brady Kiesling Mary Cox Mary Kosmidis Pauline Manos Kevin Berkowitz caroline albright Peter Gries Peter Baiter Daniel Roberts Spyranda Anamouroglou Judiith Blish Katherine Bagley Jaime Cavazos Vouliana Veletza Serena Davis Charity Moschopoulos Richard Jackson Gina Billy Louisa Veletza Christopher Matsaganis Christine Politis Ioanna Taouki Randall Warner Stacey Harris Papaioannou Janet Karvouniaris Rebecca Lieb Sarajane Leone Karen Lee

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