The American School of Classical Studies at Athens
  • Conservation
  • From the Field After the approval of a conservation study by head conservator Nicol Anastassatou, work has begun on a figural mosaic in the South Stoa. Photos and Google Glass videos describe the restoration of this artwork.
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    News & Events

  • Good Luck Continues in Corinth

    At the end of September conservation of the Agonotheteion mosaic was presented to the 5th and 6th grades of the local school of Ancient Corinth. Since then all 37 panels of the mosaic have been completely and successfully detached. Nicol Anastasatou is participating in the Colloquium of the International Association for the Study of Ancient Mosaics in California.

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  • New Maps and Spatial Data

    A new resource for sharing maps and spatial data is now available through the Corinth Excavations' web pages. While the area of emphasis is the Corinthia, coverage for much of the data extends to the whole of Greece.

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Giving

Giving

Today, the ASCSA provides graduate students and scholars from a consortium of 180 North American colleges and universities a base for research and study in Greece through an academic year program, two summer sessions, and an advanced Medieval Greek summer program. American institutions with curricula in classics, classical archaeology, history, linguistic studies, Byzantine, Ottoman, and Modern Greek studies, political science, and other fields including the archaeological sciences, regard the outstanding academic programs, excavations, libraries and other facilities of the ASCSA as extensions of their own institutions’ programs and scholarly resources. The ASCSA’s academic program for postgraduate students is viewed by many institutions as a requirement for the well-rounded Ph.D. in Greek area studies. Many of today’s leading faculty in North American universities in these core disciplines are alumni/ae of the School. The ASCSA has had a significant impact on thousands of scholars for over four generations who have participated in its programs and conducted research in Greece under its auspices. The ASCSA represents “the best and the brightest” of American scholarship and education in Greece, a place of strategic, historical, economic, and social importance from antiquity to the present.

As a private non-project organization with 501(c)3 status in the United States, the School relies on the support of past members and friends to maintain and expand its programs. In these pages you will information about the School’s development activities and learn about the different ways in which you can support ASCSA’s work. You can also click here to make a donation.

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