Page 1 of 26 pages Next
Gennadius Library closed on June 1 & 8
The Gennadius Library will be closed to the public on June 1 & 8, 2015.
University of Chicago Students at the ASCSA
Jonathan Hall, professor of Classics at the University of Chicago, and fifteen of his students visited the American School of Classical Studies as part of a study-abroad program entitled "Greek Antiquity and Its Legacy."
Donations to the Blegen Library
The Blegen Library gratefully acknowledges the generous donation of the following publications.
Corinth Excavations 2015: Midseason Photos
Corinth Excavations has reached the midpoint of the 2015 excavation season with three teams digging in the Frankish area south of Temple E and two teams in the Agonotheteion of the South Stoa.
Eutychia Mosaic Conservation
The conservation team, Nicol Anastassatou, Charis Delis and Spyros Armenis, continues their work on the Agonotheteion mosaic with enthusiasm made possible by a generous grant from the Stockman Family Foundation. They are now in the process of removing the mortar substratum, into which the tesserae were set initially, from each of the pieces of the mosaic.
Schliemann Aficionados at the Gennadius Library
On the initiative of Alfonso Lucini Mateo, Ambassador of Spain to Athens, and his wife, Carmen Serrano de Haro, architect of the Spanish Ministry of Public Treasury, a small group of Spanish intellectuals visited the Archives of the Gennadius Library on the evening of May 14th, 2015.
VIDEOCAST - Σαν τα παλιά τα παραμύθια
Αφήγηση παραμυθιών για μικρούς και μεγάλους Σάσα Βούλγαρη
VIDEOCAST - Της Μοίρας το Χρυσό Δαχτυλίδι
Αφήγηση παραμυθιών για ενήλικο κοινό Σάσα Βούλγαρη
VIDEOCAST - The Mystic Lettrist ‘Abd al-Rahman al-Bistami and the Origins of Ottoman Historical
Cornell Fleischer, Kanuni Suleyman Professor, Ottoman and Modern Turkish Studies, University of Chicago
Students from University of Michigan visiting the ASCSA
Artemis Leontis, professor of Modern Greek in the Department of Classical Studies at the University of Michigan, and eight of her students visited the the Archives of the American School of Classical Studies as part of a 10-day study tour of Athens, Santorini, and Delphi.
VIDEOCAST - Telling the Whole Story at Multi-Period Sites
WORKSHOP Athens Society of the Archaeological Institute οf America and ASCSA
VIDEOCAST - The Topography of Ottoman Athens. Archaeology & Travel - Symposium
A two-day symposium (April 23-24) featured twelve lectures that explored the topography of Ottoman Athens in Cotsen Hall in conjunction with the exhibition "Ottoman Athens, 1458-1833".
Students from Athens University Conducting Archival Research at ASCSA
Φοιτητές του Πανεπιστημίου Αθηνών και αρχειακή έρευνα στην ΑΚΣΚΑ
Blegen Library closed May 1
Τhe Βlegen Library will be closed to visitors on Friday, May 1st, in observance of the Labor Day holiday.
Symposium on Ottoman Athens Concluded
Λήξη των εργασιών του συμποσίου για την Οθωμανική Αθήνα
New Appointments in Princeton Office
Please join us in welcoming new staff to the American School.
Rare Photos of Loring Hall from 1931
Surfing the catalog of Lucy Shoe Meritt’s papers in the Bryn Mawr College Special Collections, I came across information about Loring Hall among the visual materials.
Students from Athens University visiting the ASCSA Archives
Φοιτητές του Πανεπιστημίου Αθηνών στα Αρχεία της Αμερικανικής Σχολής Κλασικών Σπουδών
Karl Henning and Heinrich Schliemann
In the Heinrich Schliemann Papers in the Archives of the Gennadius Library, there are four letters preserved from the correspondence between these two learned men: three from Karl Henning and one from Schliemann.
What does Schliemann have to do with the beginnings of Classical Archaeology at the University of Basel in Switzerland?
Page 1 of 26 pages Next