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Congratulations on your acceptance as a Member of the American School of Classical Studies. We look forward to seeing you in Athens.

Below lists tasks and required forms to prepare for your arrival at the School. If you have been provided the link to this webpage, follow the deadlines for all tasks and forms listed, unless otherwise noted. 

Questions? Contact the Programs Office in Princeton, New Jersey at application@ascsa.org.

Holiday of October 28

October 22, 2021

Holiday of October 28

Gennadius Library and Exhibition "The Free and the Brave" closed on October 28.

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October 22, 2021

Αργία 28ης Οκτωβρίου

Η Γεννάδειος Βιβλιοθήκη και η έκθεση "Γενναίοι και Ελεύθεροι" θα παραμείνουν κλειστά την Πέμπτη 28 Οκτωβρίου 2021.

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Generous Donors Name Alan L. Boegehold Room in New Student Center

October 15, 2021

Generous Donors Name Alan L. Boegehold Room in New Student Center

Esteemed scholar made immeasurable contributions to the American School and the field of Classics.

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Remembering Evi Touloupa

October 13, 2021

Remembering Evi Touloupa

Remembering Evi Touloupa (1924-2021), Ephor of Acropolis and a friend of the School.

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Ronald S. Stroud (1933–2021)

October 9, 2021

Ronald S. Stroud (1933–2021)

Giant of the American School and Classics community passes away.

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First Potamianos Lecture a Resounding Success

October 8, 2021

First Potamianos Lecture a Resounding Success

A capacity crowd attended Cotsen Hall and thousands more watched online as Dr. Peter Frankopan delivered his first lecture of the Thalia Potamianos Annual Lecture Series.

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Schliemann Society Visits the ASCSA Archives

October 5, 2021

Schliemann Society Visits the ASCSA Archives

We were happy to receive 27 members of the Schliemann Gesellschaft from Ankershagen, Germany, who were on a tour of Greece, on the occasion of Heinrich Schliemann's 200th birth anniversary.

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Hesperia 90.3 Now Online!

September 20, 2021

Hesperia 90.3 Now Online!

We are pleased to announce the publication of Hesperia 90.3! Topics in this issue include a reexamination of the dedicatory inscription for the first Doric temple in Sicily, a look at the work of shipwrights and naval architects in Classical Athens, the publication of the Classical-period pediments, metopes, and akroteria from the Temple of Ares (Temple of Athena Pallenis), and a review of the Athenian funerary reliefs that depict women in Isiac dress.

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Fifty Years After George Seferis's Death

September 20, 2021

Fifty Years After George Seferis's Death

In 1971, more than 10,000 Greeks, singing the national anthem and Mikis Theodorakis’s musical version of Seferis's “Denial” (Άρνηση), followed the car that carried his body from Plaka to the First Cemetery.

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ASCSA Students back in the library

September 15, 2021

ASCSA Students back in the library

After one year with no regular program, due to COVID-19 pandemic, ASCSA students are back in the library.

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Laboratory’s $1 Million Fundraising Campaign Reaches Key Milestone

September 9, 2021

Laboratory’s $1 Million Fundraising Campaign Reaches Key Milestone

Campaign is more than halfway toward its $1 million goal thanks to a generous matching grant.

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COVID-19 and the ASCSA

September 8, 2021

COVID-19 and the ASCSA

Please read the latest policies and measures adopted by the School, regarding Covid-19. As the situation is constantly evolving, we will be updating this page accordingly.

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Νέα έκδοση για τον Ίωνα Δραγούμη

August 2, 2021

Νέα έκδοση για τον Ίωνα Δραγούμη

Ο Νώντας Τσίγκας δημοσιεύει τα λεγόμενα "κρυμμένα" ημερολόγια (Οκτώβριος 1912 - Αύγουστος 1913) από το Αρχείο του Ίωνος Δραγούμη στην Αμερικανική Σχολή Κλασικών Σπουδών στην Αθήνα.

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Princeton Office Moves to New Location

July 22, 2021

Princeton Office Moves to New Location

School’s administrative headquarters relocates to Wall Street in Princeton.

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July 10, 2021

The "Greek Chronicles" of Messolonghi and Lord Byron: from the Byroniana collection of Joannes Gennadius.

The Byroniana collection of the Gennadius Library that focuses on Lord Byron, contains a valuable testimony from Messolonghi: a very rare issue of the newspaper The Greek Chronicles (issue 29) that announces his death.

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July 10, 2021

Τα "Ελληνικά Χρονικά" του Μεσολογγίου και ο Λόρδος Βύρων: από τη συλλογή Byroniana του Ιωάννη Γενναδίου.

Στη Byroniana, τη συλλογή της Γενναδείου Βιβλιοθήκης που επικεντρώνεται στο Λόρδο Βύρωνα, υπάρχει μια πολύτιμη μαρτυρία από το Μεσολόγγι: το φύλλο 29 των Ελληνικών Χρονικών με την ανακοίνωση του θανάτου του.

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American School Welcomes Brendan Burke as New Mellon Professor

July 9, 2021

American School Welcomes Brendan Burke as New Mellon Professor

Burke begins three-year appointment as the new Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Classical Studies.

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American School Short Film Wins Award from The Archaeology Channel

July 1, 2021

American School Short Film Wins Award from The Archaeology Channel

“Twelve Decades of Discovery” garners second award.

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Libraries Re-Opening

June 14, 2021

Libraries Re-Opening

We are pleased to announce that as of Monday June 14, both Gennadius and Blegen Library will be open for registered users, by appointment.

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American School Releases 139th Annual Report Highlighting Major Accomplishments and Work

June 6, 2021

American School Releases 139th Annual Report Highlighting Major Accomplishments and Work

The American School is pleased to announce the release of its annual report covering the 2019–2020 academic year.

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Webinar - Philhellenism and the Development of Female-led Reform in the United States

June 4, 2021

Webinar - Philhellenism and the Development of Female-led Reform in the United States

Watch our latest webinar with Professor Santelli and learn how humanitarian aid to Greece, following the Greek Revolution of 1821, initially became an appropriate outlet for women and later played a key role in the abolitionist movement.

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Hesperia 90.2 Now Online!

June 1, 2021

Hesperia 90.2 Now Online!

We are pleased to announce the publication of Hesperia 90.2! Topics in this issue include Hittite-Mycenaean relations in the Late Bronze Age, a rescue excavation in northern Piraeus, the inscriptions from Panakton, the so-called oracle of the dead at Tainaron, and the evidence for a Phrygian sculptor working in the Athenian Agora during the 3rd century A.D.

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Webinar - Purple dye production in the Bronze Age Aegean: archaeological, historical and experimental evidence

May 28, 2021

Webinar - Purple dye production in the Bronze Age Aegean: archaeological, historical and experimental evidence

Watch our latest Live from Lab webinar, and discover the importance of purple dye production in the Bronze Age Aegean.

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Webinar - Αλληγορίες από τον Καζαντζάκη. Ο Θεός φταίει που έκανε τον κόσμο τόσο ωραίο.

May 18, 2021

Webinar - Αλληγορίες από τον Καζαντζάκη. Ο Θεός φταίει που έκανε τον κόσμο τόσο ωραίο.

Watch our latest webinar with Vangelis Raptopoulos and travel through the beautiful allegories that we find in the texts of Nikos Kazantzakis. *The webinar is in Greek.

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Webinar - Αλληγορίες από τον Καζαντζάκη. Ο Θεός φταίει που έκανε τον κόσμο τόσο ωραίο.

May 18, 2021

Webinar - Αλληγορίες από τον Καζαντζάκη. Ο Θεός φταίει που έκανε τον κόσμο τόσο ωραίο.

Παρακολουθήστε την πρόσφατη διαδικτυακή ομιλία με τον Βαγγέλη Ραπτόπουλος και ταξιδέψτε με τις αλληγορίες του Νίκου Καζαντζάκη.

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