Autumn school: Audio Visual Methods in Archaeology and Heritage Studies (22-30 October 2022)

Autumn school: Audio Visual Methods in Archaeology and Heritage Studies NIA ATHENS, 22-30 OCTOBER, DEADLINE 31 AUGUST For students in archaeology and heritage studies,  BA (last year), Master, Research Masters, & PhD Audio, visual and multimodal applications are nowadays broadly used in heritage and museum studies, fostering communication between researchers and visitors as well as […]

Keynotes of workshop “Jewish Responses to Persecution and Rescue Efforts during the Holocaust” now online

We are glad to announce that we have uploaded to our YouTube-Channel the three keynote lectures delivered at our international workshop Jewish Responses to Persecution and Rescue Efforts during the Holocaust (Netherlands Institute at Athens, 10-11 May). Bart Wallet’s highly informative opening lecture – Victimhood and agency. Historiographical, methodological and comparative issues in the study […]

Symposium on Byzantine Law in honor of Prof. Sp. Troianos

The Netherlands Institute at Athens has the pleasure to invite you to the Symposium on Byzantine Law that it is organizing in co-operation with the Legal History Department of the University of Groningen on the occasion of the generous donation of Prof. Sp. Troianos’ Byzantine book collection to the Netherlands Institute at Athens. The Symposium […]

Deadline extended! Modern Greek Language Course: 21-29 June 2022 (Levels II and IV)

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 9 day course […]

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 […]