Events

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20 October 2021: Testimonies and Research on Hiding during the Holocaust (On-line)

On 10-11 May 2022, the Netherlands Institute at Athens, the Research Institute for Culture, Cognition, History and Heritage of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, and the Workshop on the Study of the Jews of Greece will hold a two-day international workshop on “Jewish Responses to Persecution and Rescue Efforts during the Holocaust”. Our aim is to […]

Now available online: The European Capital of Culture as an opportunity to promote cultural sustainability: Leeuwarden-Fryslân 2018 and Eleusis 2023.

We are happy to publish the recording of the second discussion of the Current Challenges in Cultural Management and Heritage Tourism seminars. The discussion on the topic ”The European Capital of Culture as an opportunity to promote cultural sustainability: Leeuwarden-Fryslân 2018 and Eleusis 2023” was held on Wednesday the 7h of July 2021 between between […]

Course: Modern Greek at the NIA (Levels I and III)

Doing archeological fieldwork, studying, travelling, doing an internship – in short, staying in Greece is more engaging when you are able to communicate in… Greek! Together with the Nederlands Instituut Athene and UvA’s Modern Greek department, Taalhuis Amsterdam has developed intensive Greek courses in Athens. The courses are geared to students and PhD’s. In this 10 day course […]

Workshop “The Greek War of Independence and the Ottomans: Impact, Perceptions and Transformation within and beyond the Empire”

The Netherlands Institute at Athens is organizing a two day workshop on 13-14 September 2021 in Athens with the title “The Greek War of Independence and the Ottomans: Impact, Perceptions and Transformation within and beyond the Empire” on the occasion of the anniversary of 200 years of the Greek war of independence. Register in advance […]

“Crowdsourcing heritage and the interaction between museums and local communities” (available online)

We are happy to publish the recording of the first discussion of the Current Challenges in Cultural Management and Heritage Tourism seminars. The discussion on the topic “Crowdsourcing heritage and the interaction between museums and local communities” was held between Nicole Van Dijk, social anthropologist, curator of the Museum Rotterdam and Director of Stichting Wijkcollectie […]