We thank the artist Stathis Katsarelias for his permission for the use of this image

New Deadline: First Summer School on Multimodal Anthropology, 1-24 July 2022 (in Athens and on Skyros island): Urgent Multimodal Ethnographies of Greece

How do we do multimodal research? how visual, multimedia, media or illustration are incorporated into our research? How can we engage with the communities and the people we study in creative and constructive ways? how do we exhibit and communicate our multimodal research findings? The Netherlands Institute at Athens in collaboration with staff from the […]

16 April: “Graphic Wanderings: Finding Stories in Urban Space”, walkshop by UvA PhD researcher Tânia A. Cardoso during Athens Comicdom Festival 2022 (with the support of the NIA)

Athens Comics Library in collaboration with the Netherlands Institute at Athens and Comicdom Con Athens is inviting you to a very unique “walkshop” that aims to develop creative approaches to urban space. Gain the confidence to explore and draw on the streets, create your story and share your artwork with others. Learn to explore your […]

Photograph with the courtesy of the artist, Artemis Alcalay

Registration opened for online International Workshop “Jewish Responses to Persecution and Rescue Efforts During the Holocaust” (10-11 May)

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: Pharos XXIV (2018-2020). Current and all previous volumes (as of 2010) freely available through Open-Access!

A couple of weeks ago, the latest issue of our Pharos magazine arrived at the NIA. In Volume XXIV (2018-2020) of our Journal of the Netherlands Institute at Athens, extensive attention is paid to the following topics: Crusaders and Byzantines in Central Greece. The archaeology and topography of a Late Medieval frontier (Dionyisios Kalantzis-Papadopoulos) The Mycenaean […]