• Annual Report 2015-2016

    Annual Report 2015-2016

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  • Greek and Roman Pottery

    Greek and Roman Pottery

     

    Postgraduate Course in Prehistoric, Greek and Roman Pottery:

    an intensive primer for the study of pottery in Greece

    1st  - 14th April 2017

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  • Introduction to Ceramic Petrology Course

    Introduction to Ceramic Petrology Course

    15-26 May 2017

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  • THE MACMILLAN-RODEWALD & THE RICHARD BRADFORD McCONNELL STUDENTSHIPS 2017-18

    THE MACMILLAN-RODEWALD & THE RICHARD BRADFORD McCONNELL STUDENTSHIPS 2017-18

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  • VISITING & EARLY CAREER FELLOWSHIPS 2017-18

    VISITING & EARLY CAREER FELLOWSHIPS 2017-18

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  • NEXT AT THE BSA

    NEXT AT THE BSA

    Fitch-Wiener Seminar

    Ms Kaitlyn Stiles, “Bare Bones to Bodies: Embodying Social Diversity in Late Bronze Age Greece”

    03 April 2017

    Wiener Laboratory, ASCSA

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The Director of the British School at Athens

invites you to an Open Lecture by the 2016 Visiting Fellow

  Professor Alexandra Villing (British Museum)

 

Mortaria and Mediterraneanisation?

Reconsidering the role of kitchen pottery in Archaic Greek trade and exchange

 

Monday, March 7th, 2016 at 7 p.m.

In the Penrose Library

Adriatic Connections: The Adriatic as a Threshold to Byzantium (c.600-1453)

A three-day workshop organized jointly by the British School at Athens and the British School at Rome

The British School at Rome 14–16 January 2015  

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The Director of the British School at Athens 

 invites you to an Open Lecture

by the 2015 Visiting Fellow Professor David Braund

(University of Exeter)

 

"The priestess at Bolshaya Bliznitsa c. 300 BC and Aphrodite Ourania in the Bosporan kingdom"

 

Monday, March 16th, 2015 at 7 p.m.

in the Penrose Library

 

In the past 20 years, following the break-up of Yugoslavia and the expansion of the European Union, Southeast Europe has undergone tremendous changes. The selective offer of EU membership to Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary, and Slovenia, and the impending accession of Croatia, has had a complex and shifting effect on the region, affecting intra-regional dependence and integration, inter-state relations, and economic and socio-political development. The benefits of EU enlargement and membership have been richly covered in the academic literature; less so the hidden costs, tensions and disruptions within and among member countries of the Balkan region.

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 Athens February 11th  | Thessaloniki February 15th

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