Personalities  at the Hellenic Foundation for Culture: Helene Glykatzi-Ahrweiler

Wednesday 23 December 2020 at 18:30

The Hellenic Foundation for Culture continues its online monthly meetings with renowned personalities and presents the great Byzantine scholar, Helene Glykatzi Ahrweler. the great historian and Byzantine scholar, a distinguished Greek from Asia Minor by origin but also a personality of  international scientific and social recognition in France and abroad, talks with journalist Makis Provatas and the President of the HFC,  Nikos A. Koukis and enhances  topics of interest concerning the course  of Hellenism throughout history, as well as any  challenges met- present and future.

The main topics of discussion will be history, culture and education through the eyes of Helene Glykatzi Ahrweler.

The online meeting of the Hellenic Foundation for Culture with the great Greek also marks the cooperation of two cultural institutions: the Hellenic Foundation for Culture and the European Cultural Center of Delphi, where Mrs. Ahrweler is the Chairman of the Board. The intellectual legacy of Helene Glykatzi Ahrweler is a transfusion of experience and vitality, a significant life lesson, especially for the younger generations who seek standards for a dynamic  course in life, systematic effort and excellence.

In the monthly online discussion of the Hellenic Foundation for Culture, Helene Glykatzi Ahrweler  talks about the timelessness of pandemics in the history of mankind, how the name Byzantium came about for historians and  the history lesson taught  in schools. She also expresses her opinion  on the location of the tomb of Alexander the Great.

The Hellenic Foundation for Culture continues its monthly series of online discussions with  Personalities and will return with the new personality for January 2021.