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The Settlement and Architecture of Lerna: An Interview with Elizabeth C. Banks
The 6th volume in the Lerna series has been published and focuses on the architecture and settlement of the EH III phase of the site. In this interview, Betty Banks talks about the new book, her personal history with Lerna, and future publication plans.
Spring Issue of Gennadeion News Now Online
The Spring 2013 edition of Gennadeion News is now available for reading online.
Alumni in the News
Have a news item and link related to an alumnus of the School — whether they are former staff, research fellow or member? Please let us know and we will post it here.
The American School of Classical Studies at Athens in the News
Prof. John Camp's new publication, the exhibition catalogue entitled "In Search of Classical Greece", was the subject of an article in the New York Times.
Donations to the Blegen Library
The Blegen Library gratefully acknowledges the generous donation of the following publications.
Joseph L. Rife Wins 2013 CAMWS Book Award
The Classical Association of the Middle West and South (CAMWS) has named Isthmia: The Roman and Byzantine Graves and Human Remains (Isthmia IX), by Joseph L. Rife as its 2013 Outstanding Publication. This is Rife’s first book.
ASCSA Co-Organizes Colloquium on Carl and Elizabeth Blegen
To honor the Blegens, the American School of Classical Studies at Athens and the J. F. Costopoulos Foundation will present a colloquium at Cotsen Hall on May, 31, 2013.
An Evening of Archaeological Films at the School Presented
Break out the popcorn! The Archives of the ASCSA hosted a popular movie night in Cotsen Hall on March 14th, featuring films with an archaeological or ethnographic focus.
VIDEOCAST - Presentation of the Elias Venezis Archive
Anna Venezi Kosmetatou (Venezis' daughter), Takis Theodoropoulos (Writer), Demetra Papaconstantinou (Demos Fellow) and Natalia Vogeikoff-Brogan (Doreen Canaday Spitzer Archivist) will present the Elias Venezis' archive.
Special Hesperia Issue on Philhellenism Published
The American School of Classical Studies at Athens is pleased to announce the publication of Hesperia 82.1, a special issue guest-edited by Jack L. Davis and Natalia Vogeikoff-Brogan entitled Philhellenism, Philanthropy, or Political Convenience? American Archaeology in Greece.
VIDEOCAST - St. Luke and the Icon of the Virgin Kykkotissa in Cyprus
St. Luke and the Icon of the Virgin Kykkotissa in Cyprus Annemarie Weyl Carr, Southern Methodist University
2013 Excavations at Corinth
Excavations in Ancient Corinth began for a sixth season in the area south of the South Stoa with the aim to clarify the Late Roman levels beneath Byzantine and Frankish structures in the area.
Exhibition “Ο Κωνσταντίνος Α. Βοβολίνης και το Μέγα Ελληνικόν Βιογραφικόν Λεξικόν”
Exhibition "Ο Κωνσταντίνος Α. Βοβολίνης και το Μέγα Ελληνικόν Βιογραφικόν Λεξικόν" until June 29
Alumni Give Back
An Open Meeting party in Cincinnati benefits the School.
VIDEOCAST - Αρχείο Κωνσταντίνου Βοβολίνη - Μεγάλο Ελληνικό Βιογραφικό Λεξικό
Αρχείο Κωνσταντίνου Βοβολίνη - Μεγάλο Ελληνικό Βιογραφικό Λεξικό Stathis Kalyvas, Kostas Kostis, Antonis Papagiannidis
VIDEOCAST: 2013 ASCSA OPEN MEETING
Watch James C. Wright, School Director, present The Work of the School in 2012 and Jeremy Rutter, AIA Gold Medalist 2013, give the lecture Tsoungizan Surprises: The Introduction of an Aegean Lifestyle to an Inland Corinthian Village during the Shaft Grave Era
Susan Lupack Named Next Hesperia Editor
The ASCSA has chosen Susan Lupack to be the next editor of Hesperia following the retirement of Tracey Cullen this summer.
VIDEOCAST - “David Moore Robinson: The Archaeologist as Collector”
"David Moore Robinson: The Archaeologist as Collector" Alan Shapiro, Whitehead Professor and Johns Hopkins University
VIDEOCAST - Μαρία Γεωργοπούλου, Ο Ιωάννης Γεννάδιος και οι καλές τέχνες
Ημέρα Μνήμης Ιωάννου Γενναδίου - Ο Ιωάννης Γεννάδιος και οι καλές τέχνες Μαρία Γεωργοπούλου, Διευθύντρια Γενναδείου Βιβλιοθήκης
VIDEOCAST - Mapping the Jewish Communities of the Byzantine Empire: A New Web-Based Resource
Nicholas de Lange, Professor Emeritus of Hebrew and Jewish Studies, University of Cambridge Mapping the Jewish Communities of the Byzantine Empire: A New Web-Based Resource
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