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Revisiting Greece Through Painting
Former member Brian Nolan has not been to Greece in years, but he often paints scenes of Meteora and Crete.
The American School of Classical Studies at Athens in the News
Kathimerini interviews Director Maria Georgopoulou about the origins and present day activities of the Gennadius Library.
Meet a Member: Ross Brendle
Meet Ross Brendle, a visiting student associate member at the American School of Classical Studies, working on a PhD in Classical Art and Archaeology.
Scholar and former diplomat Brady Kiesling is on a mission to map the world of Ancient Greece
Through the Eyes of an Archaeologist
Our new video gives a peek of what an excavation looks like through the eyes of an archaeologist
The New Pausanias
Summer Session Student Matthew Cartier talks about his blog and his summer session experience.
David Romano Reflects on Mt. Lykaion Discovery
“We had been expecting something like this ever since we began excavating at the altar in 2007,” Admitted Romano.
Work of ASCSA-Affiliated Project leads to First Pre-Neolithic Artifacts on Display in Crete
The new temporary archaeological museum in Rethmynon now exhibits the first pre-Neolithic artifacts (>7000 B.C.) found on Crete which were discovered by the Plakias Mesolithic Survey, a synergasia project of the ASCSA and the Ephoreia of Palaeoanthropology and Speleology
New Finds at Mt. Lykaion
New discoveries at Mt. Lykaion could confirm ancient tales of human sacrifice in Greece
Gennadius Librarian takes course on incunabula
Irini Solomonidi attended a course on incunabula at the Institut d’histoire du livre in Lyon.
New Acquisitions on Display
Some of the most important recent acquisitions of the Gennadius Library are on display in the Reading Room.
Indian Director of Archaeology & Museums tours the campus
N. R. Visalatchy, Director of the Department of Archaeology & Museums of the Government of Telangana (India) visited the American School.
Summer Session Through the Students’ Eyes
Photos from Summer Session 2016
Donations to the Blegen Library
The Blegen Library gratefully acknowledges the generous donation of the following publications.
Interview with Dr. David Romano, Director of the Mt. Lykaion Excavation and Survey Project.
Hopes for excavations at the birthplace of Zeus
Contemporary Art Project Donated to the Gennadius Library
In June 2016, visual artist Judith Allen-Efstathiou donated to the Gennadius Library the Mapping the Walk archive, which consists of 36 original graphite and gouache drawings.
Schliemann Returns to Japan
One hundred and fifty years after his first journey to China and Japan, Schliemann's spirit recently returned to Japan on the occasion of two exhibits.
New Wiener Lab Opens
On June 4, 2016, the School inaugurated the Malcolm H. Wiener Laboratory for Archaeological Science, which will propel us into a new era of research opportunities and solidify our standing as the preeminent center for high level archaeological science in the Mediterranean and Southeastern Europe.
Palace of Nestor Reopens
After three years of restoration, this important archaeological site gets a new shed.
George Theotokas Joins the “30s Generation” at the Gennadius Library Archives
And rightly so! How could the papers of the man who penned the manifesto of the "30s Generation" (and also credited by many with coining the term) not be at the Archives of the Gennadius Library, together with the papers of George Seferis, Odysseus Elytis, Stratis Myrivilis, Angelos Terzakis, and Elias Venezis?
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