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We have now finalized our winter-spring programme. Between early February and late April we will host six lectures on a range of topics:

  • Wednesday 4 February: Angels: The Bureaucracy of the Divine” by Dr. Hara Papatheodorou (Emeritus Professor of Art History and the Visual Arts, The American College of Greece)
  • Wednesday 18 February: Ideology, Identity, and Power: Harbor-Agora Connectivity at Hellenistic Miletos” by Lana Radloff (Homer and Dorothy Thompson Fellow, The Canadian Institute in Greece; Ph.D. candidate, Department of Classics, University at Buffalo, S.U.N.Y.)
  • Wednesday 4 March: Grounded in Practice: Changing Bronze Age Subsistence at the Site of Mitrou, East Lokris” by Dr. Calla McNamee (Post-Doctoral Fellow, Wiener Laboratory for Archaeological Science, A.S.C.S.A.; Visiting Scholar, Department of Anthropology and Archaeology, University of Calgary)
  • Wednesday 18 March: “Η Μετά-Αλεξάνδρεια περίοδος στην πόλη των Θηβών μέσα από την μαρτυρία των νεκροταφείων της” by Δρ. Αλεξάνδρα Χαραμή (Προϊσταμένη της Εφορείας Αρχαιοτήτων Βοιωτίας, Υπ.Πο.Α.)
  • Wednesday 1 April: Νεώτερα αρχαιολογικά δεδομένα για τη Νάξο και τις Μικρές Κυκλάδες by Ειρήνη Λεγάκη (Αρχαιολόγος της Εφορείας Αρχαιοτήτων Κυκλάδων, Υπ.Πο.Α.)
  • Wednesday 29 April: “Competitive and Emulative Mortuary Behavior on Early Iron Age Cyprus” by Dr. Nicholas Blackwell (Assistant Director, The American School of Classical Studies at Athens)

All lectures will be held in the Institute’s library, starting at 7.30 pm. As usual, they will be followed by a question/discussion period and then refreshments. All are welcome!

A listing of these events and many others (organized by the other Foreign Archaeological Schools/Institutes and other cultural/archaeological bodies) can be found on the Calendar of Events on the Institute’s website: http://www.cig-icg.gr/calendar-node-field-event-date

Jonathan Tomlinson
Assistant Director