Conferences and Workshops (Archive)

2016

Oikos, Taphos, Temenos. Iconography in Greek context – 26-27 February 2016. Conference organised in cooperation with the Belgian Archaeologiocal School and the University of Thessaly.

Exhibiting Dress: Engaging with the past and the present – 28 May 2016. Conference organised in cooperation with the Hellenic Costume Society.

History Unwanted: Testimonies, silence and public memory – 30 September-1 October 2016. Dutch-Greek academic workshop.

Strategies of Remembrance in Greece under Rome – 19-21 October 2016. Early Career Scholar conference, organised in cooperation with Groningen University and Goethe University Frankfurt.

Herodotus in Modern Europe – 10-12 November 2016. Sixth session in the framework of the Colloquium series “The Role of Classics in the formation of European and National identities”.

Mortuary variability and social diversity in ancient Greece – 1-2 December 2016. Early Career Scholar Conference organised by T. Dijkstra (Groningen University) en N. Dimakis (Universiteit of Athens).

Jewish life after the return: Dutch and Greek experiences after the Holocaust – 10-11 December 2016. Dutch-Greek academic workshop.

Μετακινήσεις πληθυσμών στη Θεσσαλία κατά την Πρώιμη Εποχή του Σιδήρου (Population movements in Thessaly during the Early Iron age) – 16 December 2016. Workshop organised by Eleni Papagiotopoulou (Groningen University).

2015

Migration in the margins of Europe. Methodological & epistemological themes – 24 January 2015. Round table discussion in the framework of the course “Migration in the Margins of Europe“. 

Introducing the Routledge Handbook of White Collar and Corporate Crime in Europe – 14 December 2015. Conference on the occasion of the publication of  “The Routledge Handbook of White Collar and Corporate Crime in Europe”.

2014

Ethnographies of Settled and New Immigrants Communities in Crisis-Ridden Greece — 9 January 2014.

Athens, Modern Capital and Historic City: New Challenges for Heritage Management. Managing Athens as a Tourism Destination 1914-2014: State Intervention, Social Practices and Contemporary Challenges — 7 April 2014.

The Dawn of Nationalists: Society and Politics in Contemporary Greece — 26 June 2014.

2013

New Directions in Migration Research: Research in Progress — 12 January 2013.

Greek Contests in an Age of (Ancient) Globalization — 28 January 2013.

Civic Honours: The politics of honour in the Greek cities of Roman Imperial times (1st-3rd c. AD)— 2 februari 2013.

AIPMA XII International Conference: Context and Meaning — 16–20 September 2013.

Logistics in a changing Europe — 4 October 2013.

Athens, Modern Capital and Historic City: New Challenges for Heritage Management. Redesigning the Historic Center of Athens: The Impact of Urban Regeneration Projects — 14 October 2013.

Athens, Modern Capital and Historic City: New Challenges for Heritage Management. Rebranding Athens: Culture, Tourism and Visitor Experience — 25 November 2013.

Athens, Modern Capital and Ηistoric City: New Challenges for Heritage ManagementThe Cultural Heritage of Athens: Contested Identities and Realities — 16 December 2013.

2012

Homer and the Art of Storytelling — 30 March 2012.

2011

Dutch Ethnographic Films — 23–25 May 2011.

Social Matter(s): Recent Approaches to Material Culture — 2 June 2011.

Themamiddag rond de economische crisis — 7 October 2011.

Philoxenia, Xenophobia and Violence — 4 November 2011.

Recent Developments in the Long-Term Archaeology of Greece — 13–15 December 2011.

2010

Early Helladic Laconia — 16 January 2010.

Subsistence, Economy and Society in the Greek World: Improving the integration of archaeology and science — 22–24 March 2010.

Introduction to the NIA — 8 October 2010.

2009

Recent Archaeological Research on Kephallonia, Ithaka and Zakynthos by the 35th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities and the Netherlands Institute at Athens — 30 October 2009.

The Role of Classics in the Formation of European and National Identities: Euripides in Modern Europe — 5–7 November 2009.

Geosciences and Archaeology. Reading the archaeological landscape — 7 December 2009.

National Dutch Archives and Greek History: Presentation of studies based on Dutch archive material and research perspectives — 14 December 2009.