In anticipation of Heinrich Schliemann's birth bicentennial, Antike Welt has published a separate, richly illustrated volume about Schliemann with eleven scholarly contributions, edited by Leoni Hellmayr. Two members of the School's academic community, Curtis Runnels, Professor of Archaeology at Boston University and Overseer of the Gennadius Library, and Natalia Vogeikoff-Brogan, Director of ASCSA Archives, have contributed to Heinrich Schliemann und die Archäologie with "Mehr als ein Laie: Schliemanns Bücher liefern den Beweis" (Runnels), and "Zu Gast bei Schliemanns: Das Iliou Melathron als gesellschaftlicher Fixpunkt" (Vogeikoff-Brogan). 

The personal papers of Heinrich Schliemann, a collection of about 100,000 documents, were first deposited at the American School in 1936, and purchased from Schliemann's grandchildren in the early 1960s. Today more than half of the collection has been digitized and is available for online research.