The American School of Classical Studies at Athens
ASCSA
02/20/2018

American School of Classical Studies at Athens Heads to Florida


Since 2015, the American School of Classical Studies at Athens has increased its efforts to engage new audiences in the United States and around the world through the “Conversations with the American School” initiative. The program strives to share the topics, themes and people at the heart of the American School.

We are happy to announce that this week from February 21st through February 24th the American School of Classical Studies at Athens will travel to Florida to present “Conversations with the American School” in three different locations: Naples, Miami (Coral Gables) and Boca Raton. Each Conversation will begin with a general introduction of the history and impact of the American School and then delve deeper into a topic specific to the School’s mission. All three events are open to the public and will feature an opportunity to meet and learn from our former Director of the School, James C. Wright. In Boca Raton, our guests will also be able to meet former student and current professor at Florida State University, Erika Weiberg.

We look forward with great anticipation to these upcoming events and express our gratitude to our various hosts.

 

Event Details: 

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Hosted by: St. Katherine Greek Orthodox Church
Location: 7100 Airport Pulling Road North Naples, Florida
Time: 5-6pm – Pre-Sanctified Liturgy; 6-6:30pm-Lenten Meal; 6:30pm-Conversation

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Hosted by: Aleco Haralambides, Nicholas Pisaris, George Theodore and Stylianos G. Vayanos
Location: Physics Library, 3rd Floor James L. Knight Physics Building University of Miami 1320 Campo Sano Coral Gables, Florida
Time: 6:30pm


Saturday, February 24, 2018

Hosted by: Saint Mark Cultural Committee, St. Mark’s Greek Orthodox Church
Location: 2100 NW 51st Street, Boca Raton, Florida
Time: 7:00pm

Kindly RSVP for any of the events, directly to Karen Volpi at kvolpi@ascsa.org.

 

Former Director of the School, James C. Wright.