At the moment the international and interdisciplinary two-week course “Confronting the Classics”, hosted by the Swedish and Dutch institutes in Rome and Athens, is in the Greek capital, after a stimulating and rewarding week in Rome.
The Swedish Institute’s nine-week archaeological course is now in its seventh week. Five students: Madelene Holm from Gothenburg University, Sara Eriksson and Christian Stelius from Lund University, and Adam Norberg and Angelica Landgren from Stockholm University are right now in Thessaloniki together with their teachers having been earlier to the Argolid, Delfi, Crete and Santorini among other places. The rationale of the course is to give the students an opportunity to see as many archaeological sites and museums as possible.
The Swedish Institute and the Swedish School at Athens participated in the Multilingual Festival for the celebration of the European Day of Languages, at Technopolis, Athens, Saturday 24 September 2016, 10.00 to 15.00.
The multilingual festival and its programme that was full of events and happenings was organized jointly with twelve other countries represented by their institutes and embassies, all members of EUNIC (European Union National Institutes for Culture) with the aim to promote language learning.
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The Swedish Institute at Athens and Aegeus-Society for Aegean Prehistory are very pleased to announce the Aegean lectures for autumn 2016. All lectures will take place at the Swedish Institute (Mitseon 9, Athens), at 19:00 on the following dates: