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Lecture: The Circle, Dialogues for Greek and Roman Architecture

Welcome to the lecture of "THE CIRCLE, Dialogues for Greek and Roman Architecture” by Guy Ackermann, PhD, Membre scientifique de l’École française d’Athènes.

Τhe topic of the lecture is The Hellenistic Gymnasium of Eretria. Ongoing Architectural Research.

Monday, February 24, 2020, at 19.00, at the Swedish In­sti­tute at Athens, Mit­seon 9.

Aegean Lecture

K. Douni & P. Michailidi, ˮThe Early Bronze Age settlement at Koropi: excavating an early urban center at Mesogeia, Atticaˮ

Aegeus and the Swedish Institute at Athens invite you to a lecture by Kerasia Douni (Ephorate of Antiquities of Eastern Attica) & Panagiota Michailidi (Ephorate of Antiquities of Eastern Attica):

The Early Bronze Age settlement at Koropi: excavating an early urban center at Mesogeia, Attica (lecture in Greek)

Book presentation: Cultural Heritage Compensation

Published: 11/02/2020

The Swedish Institute at Athens has the pleasure to host a seminar on architecture, cultural environments and ideas of compensation in planning processes.

Friday, Mars 6, 2020, at 15.00-17.00, at the Swedish In­sti­tute at Athens, Mit­seon 9.

The book presentation is organized by Dr. Magnus Rönn, Chalmers University of Technology, and Professor Athanasios Kouzelis, National Technical University of Athens.

Aegean Lecture

A. Alexandridou, ˮKinship relations & Social organisation in 8th-century BC Attica: the archaeological dataˮ

Published: 22/01/2020

Aegeus and the Swedish Institute at Athens invite you to a lecture by Alexandra Alexandridou (University of Ioannina):

Kinship relations & Social organisation in 8th-century BC Attica: the archaeological data (in Greek)

The lecture takes place on Friday January 31, 2019, at 19.00h, at the Swedish Institute at Athens, Mitseon 9, Athens.

WESTERN WAYS: Foreign Schools in Rome and Athens

Book presentation by the author Frederick Whitling

We cordially invite you to the presentation of the book WESTERN WAYS:  Foreign Schools in Rome and Athens (DE GRUYTER 2018) by the author Dr. Frederick Whitling, that will be held on Thursday, 30th of January 2020, 19.00 at the Swedish Institute in Athens (Mitseon 9, Plaka).

In Western Ways, for the first time, the "foreign schools" in Rome and Athens, institutions dealing primarily with classical archaeology and art history, are discussed in historical terms as vehicles and figureheads of national scholarship. By emphasising the agency and role of individuals in relation to structures and tradition, the book shows how much may be gained by examining science and politics as two sides of the same coin. It sheds light on the scholarly organisation of foreign schools, and through them, on the organisation of classical archaeology and classical studies around the Mediterranean. With its breadth and depth of archival resources, Western Ways offers new perspectives on funding, national prestige and international collaboration in the world of scholarship, and places the foreign schools in a framework of nineteenth and twentieth century Italian and Greek history.

Attached files: Invitation, information about the book

All welcome!

Aegean Lecture

D. Nenova, ˮLate Bronze Age Social Landscapes of the Southeast Balkansˮ

Aegeus and the Swedish Institute at Athens invite you to a lecture by Denitsa Nenova:

Late Bronze Age Social Landscapes of the Southeast Balkans

The lecture takes place on Friday December 20, 2019, at 19.00h, at the Swedish Institute at Athens, Mitseon 9, Athens.

Föredrag av Irina Brändén

Athosbergets bildlandskap: Ur en kartografisk berättelse

Published: 06/12/2019

Svenska institutet i Athen önskar er hjärtligt välkomna till ett föredrag av FD Irina Brändén, Uppsala universitet:

Athosbergets bildlandskap: Ur en kartografisk berättelse

Välkomna att möta en spännande bildvärld, måndagen 16 december 2019 kl. 19h, Svenska institutet i Athen, Mitseon 9.

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