The American School of Classical Studies at Athens
ASCSA
12/11/2012

VIDEOCAST: Picturing Anatolia: The Photographs of John Henry Haynes


James Wright, Director of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Welcome

Maria Georgopoulou, Gennadius Library
Constituting a Contemporary History Collection at the Gennadius Library

Ioli Vingopoulou, National Hellenic Research Foundation
Travelers in the Seven Churches of Asia Minor

Yiannis Papadopoulos, Panteion University
The Anatolian Protestant Greeks in a Local and Global Perspective: the Evolution of a Splinter Group to a Transnational Community

Stavros Anestidis, Centre for Asia Minor Studies
The Preservation and Treatment of the Collective Memory of Asia Minor Hellenism: Centre for Asia Minor Studies

 

Picturing Anatolia: The Photographs of John Henry Haynes part1 from ASCSA on Vimeo.

 

Anna Ballian, Benaki Museum
The Greek-Orthodox Population of Anatolia: the Evidence of Art Objects

Ioanna Petropoulou, Historian
The Ideal of Greek Antiquity in the Christian East (19th century)

Jack Davis, University of Cincinnati
"A Call of Humanity for Light": The American School in Asia Minor, 1883-1922

Natalia Vogeikoff-Brogan, American School of Classical Studies
The Birth of the Gennadius Library Archives: An Important Gift from the Dardanelles

 

Picturing Anatolia: The Photographs of John Henry Haynes part2 from ASCSA on Vimeo.

 

 

Robert Ousterhout, University of Pennsylvania
John Henry Haynes and the Beginning of American Archaeological Photography

 

Picturing Anatolia: The Photographs of John Henry Haynes part3 from ASCSA on Vimeo.