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VIDEOCAST - 70 Χρόνια Fulbright στην Ελλάδα «Παιδεία και Ανάπτυξη»

Konstantinos Tzortzinis
11/22/2017
Γιάννης Στουρνάρας, Ευαγγελία Κουνέλη, Δημήτρη Α. Σωτηρόπουλος

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VIDEOCAST - Hadrian’s Forgotten Heir: A New Portrait of Aelius Caesar from Eva-Loukou

Konstantinos Tzortzinis
11/21/2017
Marco Galli, La Sapienza, Rome

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Meet a Member: Eliza Gettel

Moira Lavelle
11/21/2017
Meet Eliza Gettel, a PhD candidate working on a dissertation on political institutions of the Greek world under Roman imperium.

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Donations to the Blegen Library


11/21/2017
The Blegen Library gratefully acknowledges the generous donation of the following publications.

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Blegen Library closed November 23 and 24


11/20/2017
Τhe Βlegen Library will be closed to visitors on Thursday 23 and Friday 24 November 2017, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.

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Access to the Archives in the Blegen Library

Natalia Vogeikoff-Brogan
11/14/2017
Owing to the transfer of the Archives in the Blegen Library to the East Wing of the Gennadius Library, researchers will not be able to access the School’s archival collections between January 15th and May 31st, 2018.

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Hours of the Gennadius Library on November 17


11/13/2017
Due to traffic and public transportation closures in the center of Athens on Friday November 17 the Gennadius Library will close to the public after 3.00 pm.

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VIDEOCAST - The Enigma of Cappadocia

Konstantinos Tzortzinis
11/09/2017
Robert Ousterhout, University of Pennsylvania

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Overseers Announce Recipient of the 2018 Gennadius Prize

Mary Jane Gavenda
11/03/2017
The Overseers of the Gennadius Library of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens have announced the Stavros Niarchos Foundation as the winner of the Gennadius Prize awarded for outstanding contributions to the advancement of knowledge of post-antique Greece.

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Trustees Announce Recipient of the 2018 Athens Prize

Mary Jane Gavenda
11/03/2017
The Trustees of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens have announced Ronald S. Stroud as the winner of the Athens Prize awarded for outstanding contributions to the advancement of knowledge of ancient Greece.

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VIDEOCAST - Con que soavità… Με πόση γλυκύτητα

Konstantinos Tzortzinis
11/01/2017
Με την ευκαιρία της επετείου των 450 χρόνων από τη γέννηση του Claudio Monteverdi, το σύνολο Canto Secreto θα ερμηνεύσει μουσική από την Ιταλία του 17ου αιώνα.

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VIDEOCAST - Lord of the Gold Rings - The Grave of the Griffin Warrior of Pylos

Konstantinos Tzortzinis
10/30/2017
Sharon R. Stoker & Jack L. Davis - University of Cincinnati

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VIDEOCAST - Annual Malcolm H. Wiener Lecture 2017 - The Prospect for Ancient Proteins in Archaeology

Konstantinos Tzortzinis
10/27/2017
Annual Malcolm H. Wiener Lecture Matthew Collins, University of York - University of Copenhagen “The Prospect for Ancient Proteins in Archaeology”

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VIDEOCAST - Public Sacred Space, Private Votive Portraits: The Case of the City Eleusinion in Athens

Konstantinos Tzortzinis
10/20/2017
Sheila Dillon, Duke University

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RECLASSIFICATION OF RESEARCH COLLECTIONS


10/12/2017
Starting September 2017, the libraries of ASCSA (the Blegen, the Gennadius and the Wiener Laboratory) are undergoing a major reclassification project for their collections following the Library of Congress system of call numbers.

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SOCIAL MEDIA MANAGER POSITION


09/22/2017
The American School of Classical Studies at Athens seeks a Social Media Manager, resident in Athens, Greece, at the main campus.

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VIDEOCAST - Democracy Forum: Then & Now: Women, Immigration, Democracy

Konstantinos Tzortzinis
09/20/2017
Mary Lefkowitz, Geoffrey Bakewell, Sheila Dillon, Jenifer Neils

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Mary Lefkowitz on the Trojan Horse and Women in Ancient Greek Democracy

Moira Lavelle
09/15/2017
"The Trojans could have refused to take in the horse, they could have let it stay there, they could have set it on fire, or opened it up, but instead they did the one thing they shouldn’t have—taken it without asking any questions. And you can see the subtext here..."

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VIDEOCAST - ‘Learning from Myth: The Case of the Trojan Horse’

Konstantinos Tzortzinis
09/15/2017
Lecture by: Mary Lefkowitz, Wellesley College

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School Welcomes Sylvian Fachard as New Mellon Professor


09/14/2017
The School welcomes Sylvian Fachard as he begins a three-year appointment as the Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Classical Studies. Fachard is an archaeologist who has excavated in Greece for 20 field seasons.

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