Change of Library’s opening hours for the week 19/02-23/02/2024

We wish to inform you that a course will take place in our Library between 19/02-23/02/2024. As a result, the Library’s opening hours for the specific period will be as follows: Monday 19/02/2024: Closed Tuesday 20/02/2024: Closed Wednesday 21/02/2024: 13.00-16.30 Thursday 22/02/2024: Closed Friday 23/02/2024: Closed Thank you for your cooperation and your understanding.

Deadline extended! Course: “Audio Visual Methods in Collaborative Archaeology: Exploring the Politics of Heritage”

Deadline extended to Friday 16 February!! Please be aware that that our course has been granted four full scholarships by ARCHON research center for outstanding students who are not able to attend due to their financial circumstances.    For students in archaeology and heritage studies, BA (last year), Master, Research Masters, & PhD NIA ATHENS, […]

Change of Library’s opening hours for the week 12/02-16/02/2024

We wish to inform you that the Library’s opening hours for the week 12/02-16/02/2024 will be as follows: Monday 12/02/2024: Closed  Tuesday 13/02/2024: 09.00-16.30 Wednesday 14/02/2024: 09.00-16.30 Thursday 15/02/2024: Closed Friday 16/02/2024: 09.00-16.30 Thank you for your cooperation and your understanding.

NWIB Visiting Professors Programme: Call 2024-2025

The NWIB Visiting Professors Programme offers assistant professors, associate professors and full professors at participating universities a unique opportunity to work undisturbed in an inspiring and stimulating environment. This programme enables you to stay at one of the five Dutch Scientific Institutes Abroad (NWIBs) for a period of three months to conduct research, give lectures […]

In Memoriam Professor Spyridon Troianos (1933-2024†)

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Spyridon Troianos, emeritus professor in Legal History of the University of Athens, one of the most renowned legal historians, a distinguished Byzantinist and a dear teacher to many generations of students in the field of Byzantine studies. Professor Troianos passed away on the 27th […]