LECTURE

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WHAT'S ON

Democrats Abroad Greece Women’s Caucus will hold a conversation titled “Sexual Harassment, Violence Against Women and the Pandemic” via Zoom on March 31, starting at 8 p.m.


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WHAT'S ON

The Canadian Institute in Greece will be hosting Professor Jacques Bouchard from the University of Montreal for a lecture titled “The Philhellenes of Francophone Canada and Liberated Greece” on March 30.

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LECTURE

Some 200 European residents have responded to an invitation by the continent’s Goethe Institutes to form small discussion groups addressing the origins, impact and future of some of the biggest hot-button issues of the day.


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ARCHAEOLOGY

The American School of Classical Studies at Athens continues its Greek Painting in Context webinar series with a lecture by Jenifer Neils on the Gigantomachy.

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HISTORY

This year’s lecture focused on the Romaniote community of Ioannina and is available through the channel of the US Embassy in Athens.


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BICENTENNIAL

Under the auspices of the Embassy of Greece in Washington and on the occasion of the bicentennial of the Greek War of Independence, world-renowned historian Mark Mazower, a professor of History at Columbia University, gave an online celebratory lecture.

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LECTURE

The Modern Greek Studies webinar series will continue on March 1 with an online seminar and discussion with on migration and asylum management in the Mediterranean.

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HISTORY

The annual lecture in memory of David Tiano will be on the Romaniote community of Ioannina and will be delivered by archaeologist Zanet Battinou.



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HISTORY

In celebration of International Greek Language Day, the Greek Embassy in the US and the Center for Hellenic Studies at the University of Chicago will host a lecture by Dr Anastasia Giannakidou.

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HISTORY

Alexander Alexakis, professor of Byzantine philology at the University of Ioannina, will be speaking in the Byzantine Dialogues online lecture series organized by the American School of Classical Studies on February 2.

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LECTURE

Oxford University’s Foteini Dimirouli will be conducting an online seminar on “C.P. Cavafy in the World: Origins, Trajectories and the Diasporic Poet,” hosted by the British School at Athens.


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ARCHAEOLOGY

The American School of Classical Studies at Athens has invited archaeologist James C. Wright, to deliver an online lecture on the prehistoric port at Kommos, in Southern Crete, which will be live streamed at 6.30 p.m. on January 27 Greek time.

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HISTORY

The American School of Classical Studies at Athens has invited historian Koray Durak to deliver the next lecture in its Byzantine Dialogues series, which will be streamed live at 7 p.m. on January 26 Greek time.

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WHAT'S ON

University of Oxford professor emeritus of ancient history Robert Parker has been invited by the British School at Athens to deliver a lecture on “New Discoveries and New Problems in Greek Religion,” on Tuesday, December 8.