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Arne Dahl

The swedish crime writer in Athens

Published: 24/10/2018

Jan Arnald, an award-winning crime novelist and literary critic, known by the pen name Arne Dahl, visits Athens to talk about crime writing, his life and work.

  • Arne Dahl talks with the author Petros Markaris

Thursday November 1, at 8.30 pm, IANOS bookstore (Stadiou 24, Athens)

  • Arne Dahl talks with the author Grigoris Azariadis

Friday November 2, at 7 pm, Euripides bookstore in Kifisia (Kifisias Ave. 310)

The two events are organized with the support of “Athens 2018 World Book Capital” City of Athens, Metaixmio Editions and The Swedish Language Association in Athens.

Arne Dahl will also be present at the round table discussion Nordic Crime Fiction. A look into the Nordic Society? where experts from Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark will discuss crime literature and the Nordic societies. The event will take place at the Goethe institute (Omirou 14-16, Athens) on Wednesday, 31 October, 2018 at 7 pm.

These events are part of the The Nordic Narrative in Athens. See invitations for all three events below.

Attached files:

Invitation Nordic Crime Fiction. A look into the Nordic Society?

Invitation IANOS bookstore

Invitation Euripides bookstore

The Athens Greek Religion Seminar

L. Talatas, ˮPregnant sows in the cult of Demeterˮ

Published: 03/10/2018

Linda Talatas will give a talk en­ti­tled Pregnant sows in the cult of Demeter at the Swedish In­sti­tute (Mit­seon 9), Tues­day, October 9, at 15.00.

All wel­come!

Aegean Lecture

L. Sørensen, ˮJade axes in the Aegean and Ana­to­lia - the emer­gence of a new net­workˮ

Published: 01/10/2018

The Swedish In­sti­tute at Athens and Aegeus – So­ci­ety for Aegean Pre­his­tory in­vite you to the lec­ture:

Jade axes in the Aegean and Ana­to­lia - the emer­gence of a new net­work

by Lasse Sørensen

Friday 5 October 2018, at 19.00, at the Swedish Institute at Athens (Mitseon 9, Acropolis Metro station)

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