Fourth Annual Conference on the Future of Hellenism in America
November 18-19, 2005

Columbia University

The American Hellenic Institute Foundation announces plans for the 4th Annual Conference on the Future of Hellenism in America, to be held in cooperation with the Foundation for Hellenic Studies, Hellenic American National Council, Federation of Hellenic Societies of Greater New York and Hosted by The Program in Hellenic Studies at Columbia University.

The Fourth Annual Conference on THE FUTURE OF HELLENISM IN AMERICA
NOVEMBER 18-19, 2005
Columbia University
The International Affairs Building
Altschul Auditorium (Room 417)
420 W. 118th St.,Between Amsterdam & Morningside Ave.

For a Hellenism Brochure and registration materials, go to the URL

For directions to the conference, go to

For more information about AHI or the American Hellenic Institute Foundation in Washington, D.C., contact Georgia Economou, Director of Public Relations for AHI, at (202) 785-8430 or at, or visit the groups' website at AHI was founded in 1974 following Turkey's illegal invasion and occupation of 37.3% of Cyprus. It is a membership-based organization with members throughout the nation. AHI's core mission is to promote American values and the rule of law in U.S. foreign policy and to strengthen relations between the U.S. and Greece and Cyprus as being in the best interests of the United States. It conducts an active program with Congress in espousing and supporting legislation designed to promote American interests in Southeast Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean and is registered with the Congress under the Lobbying Act. The AHI Foundation is the first think-tank devoted exclusively to the study of the issues confronting the Greek American community. This organization sponsors conferences, seminars and publishes books and other materials on the issues.

HCS maintains an extensive archives for AHI articles and press releases which visitors may browse under the American Hellenic Institute Releases section of the archives at

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