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The Gennadius Library will be closed today

February 6, 2023

The Gennadius Library will be closed today

The Gennadius Library will remain closed to the public today Monday February 6 due to the snow.

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Η Γεννάδειος Βιβλιοθήκη κλειστή λόγω χιονόπτωσης

February 6, 2023

Η Γεννάδειος Βιβλιοθήκη κλειστή λόγω χιονόπτωσης

Η Γεννάδειος Βιβλιοθήκη θα παραμείνει κλειστή για το κοινό σήμερα Δευτέρα 6 Φεβρουαρίου λόγω χιονόπτωσης.

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Βιβλία της Μικρασίας. Πολιτισμικές διαδρομές του μικρασιατικού ελληνισμού [1764-1922]: Ψηφιακή Έκθεση

February 2, 2023

Βιβλία της Μικρασίας. Πολιτισμικές διαδρομές του μικρασιατικού ελληνισμού [1764-1922]: Ψηφιακή Έκθεση

Ψηφιακή περιήγηση στην έκθεση "Βιβλία της Μικρασίας. Πολιτισμικές διαδρομές του μικρασιατικού ελληνισμού [1764-1922]"

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Books of Asia Minor. Cultural Traces of Asia Minor Hellenism [1764-1922]: Virtual Exhibition

February 2, 2023

Books of Asia Minor. Cultural Traces of Asia Minor Hellenism [1764-1922]: Virtual Exhibition

Τake a virtual tour of the exhibition "Books of Asia Minor. Cultural Traces of Asia Minor Hellenism [1764-1922]"

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Making a Splash: Mary C. Sturgeon Discusses <em>The Gymnasium Area: Sculpture</em>

January 19, 2023

Making a Splash: Mary C. Sturgeon Discusses The Gymnasium Area: Sculpture

An interview with Mary C. Sturgeon, author of the newly published volume, The Gymnasium Area: Sculpture (Corinth XXIII.1).

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Remembering Marian McAllister (1927–2022)

January 13, 2023

Remembering Marian McAllister (1927–2022)

On the news of the passing of Editor Emerita Marian McAllister, her former colleague Sarah George Figueira reflects on their time together in the Publications Office. Dr. McAllister served as Editor of Publications from 1972 to 1997.

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Andrew F. Stewart honored with AIA Gold Medal

January 6, 2023

Andrew F. Stewart honored with AIA Gold Medal

Andrew Stewart, Emeritus Professor of History of Art and Classics, passed away at his home in Berkeley on Friday, January 13th, just days after receiving the Gold Medal Award for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement from the AIA.

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New Publication: <em>The Gymnasium Area: Sculpture</em> (<em>Corinth</em> XXIII.1)

January 6, 2023

New Publication: The Gymnasium Area: Sculpture (Corinth XXIII.1)

The American School of Classical Studies at Athens is pleased to announce the publication of The Gymnasium Area: Sculpture (Corinth XXIII.1), by Mary C. Sturgeon.

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Our Year In Review

December 31, 2022

Our Year In Review

Watch the year in review and see how your financial support touches the lives of so many people!

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Hesperia 91.4 Now Online!

December 23, 2022

Hesperia 91.4 Now Online!

Hesperia 91.4 is now available online! Topics in this issue include an overview of Bronze Age panel cups from the Greek mainland, the presentation of a new ritual inscription from the Athenian Agora, and a reexamination of the Kephalari blockhouse assemblage.

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Video Archive: “Americans and Antiquity in Anatolia at the End of Empire”

December 19, 2022

Video Archive: “Americans and Antiquity in Anatolia at the End of Empire”

Watch the video archive our Annual Archives lecture and learn more about the role of archaeologists from Princeton University in the Ottoman Empire during the first two decades of the 20th century, ca. 1900–1922

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Window[pane] to the Past: Glass from East of the Theater at Corinth

December 12, 2022

Window[pane] to the Past: Glass from East of the Theater at Corinth

Anastassios C. Antonaras discusses his new book, East of the Theater: Glassware and Glass Production (Corinth XIX.1).

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A Point within a Network: Joseph L. Rife Discusses <em>On the Edge of a Roman Port</em>

December 6, 2022

A Point within a Network: Joseph L. Rife Discusses On the Edge of a Roman Port

An interview with one of the editors of On the Edge of a Roman Port: Excavations at Koutsongila, Kenchreai, 2007–2014 (Hesperia Suppl. 52)

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George Leonard Huxley (1932-2022)

December 5, 2022

George Leonard Huxley (1932-2022)

Author of many books and articles and member of distinguished committees, George Leonard Huxley taught classics for twenty years at Queen’s University in Belfast (1962-1983). Before that he was the Assistant Director of the British School at Athens. From 1986 until 1989, Huxley served as the Director of the Gennadius Library at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA). In 2008, he donated his personal papers to the ASCSA Archives.

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New Publication: <em>On the Edge of a Roman Port</em>

November 25, 2022

New Publication: On the Edge of a Roman Port

The American School of Classical Studies at Athens is pleased to announce the publication of On the Edge of a Roman Port: Excavations at Koutsongila, Kenchreai, 2007–2014 (Hesperia Suppl. 52), edited by Elena Korka and Joseph L. Rife.

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Fall 2022 Newsletter

November 22, 2022

Fall 2022 Newsletter

Read the latest edition of our Newsletter to find out what is happening at the American School.

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New Publication: <em>East of the Theater: Glassware and Glass Production</em>

November 21, 2022

New Publication: East of the Theater: Glassware and Glass Production

The American School of Classical Studies at Athens is pleased to announce the publication of East of the Theater: Glassware and Glass Production (Corinth XIX.1), by Anastassios C. Antonaras.

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Video Archive: Nostalgia for the East: The Bitter-Sweet Poetics of Loss

November 14, 2022

Video Archive: Nostalgia for the East: The Bitter-Sweet Poetics of Loss

Watch the video archive of our lecture with Gail Holst-Warhaft.

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Video Archive: Old Statues on New Bases in Roman Athens

November 9, 2022

Video Archive: Old Statues on New Bases in Roman Athens

Watch the video archive of our lecture with Prof. Catherine Keesling.

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TravelTrails: Χειρόγραφα βιβλία στην Κωνσταντινούπολη του 17ου αιώνα

November 3, 2022

TravelTrails: Χειρόγραφα βιβλία στην Κωνσταντινούπολη του 17ου αιώνα

Ο διπλωμάτης Antoine Galland δίνει ενδιαφέρουσες πληροφορίες σχετικά με τη διακίνηση και το εμπόριο βιβλίων στην Κωνσταντινούπολη το 1672 καθώς και τις αναγνωστικές συνήθειες των Οθωμανών.

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TravelTrails: Manuscript Books in 17th Century Constantinople

November 3, 2022

TravelTrails: Manuscript Books in 17th Century Constantinople

The diplomat Antoine Galland informs us about books and book buying in Constantinople as well as the reading habits of the Ottomans in the 1672.

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Mark Mazower Named Gennadius Prize Recipient

November 1, 2022

Mark Mazower Named Gennadius Prize Recipient

Mark Mazower has been selected as the next recipient of the prestigious Gennadius Prize. He will be honored in New York City at the May 2023 Gala of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens.

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Video Archive: The Epic of Anatolia in the Greek Imagination

October 31, 2022

Video Archive: The Epic of Anatolia in the Greek Imagination

Watch the video archive of our lecture with Prof. David Ricks

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Video Archive: Invisible Capital: How the Refugees of 1923 Transformed the Social, Cultural and Religious Life of Athens

October 25, 2022

Video Archive: Invisible Capital: How the Refugees of 1923 Transformed the Social, Cultural and Religious Life of Athens

Watch the archive of our lecture with Bruce Clark for "The Economist"

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Video Archive: Burned in Memory? The Changing Meanings of Smyrna

October 17, 2022

Video Archive: Burned in Memory? The Changing Meanings of Smyrna

Watch our lecture with Prof. Jeffrey Olick

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