The Scottish Hellenic Society of Glasgow ( is happy to remind readers of its Greek Weekend coming up shortly on May 19-20, 2018.

Following its successful forerunners in Edinburgh (in 2014) and Aberdeen (in 2016), this event aims to bring together members of the several Hellenic Societies in Scotland, the Friends of the British School at Athens and Greeks and philhellenes living in Britain.

On Saturday May 19, at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons in central Glasgow, there will be talks on topics ranging from Herakles (by Emma Stafford), the modern history of political exiles on the island of Anafi (by Margaret Kenna) to sculpture (by Sandy Stoddart, Queen's Sculptor in Ordinary in Scotland), as well as a presentation of the Work of the British School at Athens (by its Director, John Bennet).

On Sunday May 20 tours will take place of the Glasgow necropolis and neo-classical buildings in the city. 

For further programme details, please go to the Society's web-site.


  • 30 May 2018
    Alessandro Ceccarelli, " The Potter's Wheel in South Asia: a Technological Re-examination of Bronze Age Craft Production in the Indus Zone"
  • 31 May 2018
    Dr Florence Liard, "The potter's art in Latin Greece: a petrological approach to traditions, innovations, and networks of interactions"
  • 05 June 2018
    Professor David Sedley, "Xenocrates and the invention of Platonism: a textual approach"
  • 07 June 2018
    John Kittmer, "Ritsos in Monemvasia: A Literary Guide for Travellers"