“De titel ´Culturele Hoofdstad van Europa´ als kans ter bevordering van culturele duurzaamheid: Leeuwarden-Fryslân 2018 en Eleusis 2023”

U bent van harte uitgenodigd voor de tweede on-line discussie in het kader van onze reeks “Hedendaagse uitdagingen in Cultureel Management en Erfgoed Toerisme” waarbij onderzoekers en deskundigen aan de hand van case studies hun inzichten over cultureel management, musea, erfgoed en toerisme zullen bespreken. Het onderwerp van de tweede discussie is “De Culturele Hoofdstad […]

UITSTEL Summer school postponed to June/July 2022

After close consultation with our partners and due to lasting Covid-19 restrictions/advices from the Dutch government for international travelling and student programs abroad, regrettably we had to take the difficult decision to postpone this summer school. We would like to thank all our partners for their support and all the applicants for their interest in […]

Library Reopening

The Netherlands Institute at Athens is pleased to announce the reopening of its library to readers from Monday 28 June, following the recent announcement by the government (ΦΕΚ 2476/Β/10-6-2021). Until further notice the library will operate only by appointment through e-mail or phone: 210 9210760. The number of users is limited to ensure physical distancing […]

“Crowdsourcing heritage and the interaction between museums and local communities” (Opname nu 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 […]

Lezing: The concept and the reality of revolution in the 21th century. Philosophical, political and anthropological challenges

On the 14th of June you are all welcome to join us to our second session The concept and the reality of revolution in the 21th century. Philosophical, political and anthropological challenges of our series ‘Aspects of the Intellectual and Social History of the Greek Revolution’. Moderator: Dr George Kalpadakis, Modern Greek History Research Center […]