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COTSEN TRAVELING FELLOWSHIP

Posted On November 13, 2022
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COTSEN TRAVELING FELLOWSHIP

DEADLINE: January 15, 2023

The Gennadius Library offers the Cotsen Traveling Fellowship, a short-term grant awarded each year to scholars and graduate students pursuing research topics that require the use of the Gennadeion collections.

The grant was established by the Overseers of the Gennadius Library to honor Lloyd E.… more »

2023 CLASSICAL SUMMER SCHOOL

Posted On November 13, 2022
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The next Classical Summer School, taking place June 19–July 21, 2023, is a five-week program that is designed to provide qualified graduate students and middle school, high school, and college/university teachers with a well-founded understanding of the growth and development of the city of Rome through a careful study of material remains and literary… more »

Hirsch Fellowship, Academic Year, Research in Archaeology

Posted On November 5, 2022
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THE JACOB HIRSCH FELLOWSHIP Deadline: January 15, 2023

  Field of Study:  Archaeology

Eligibility:  U.S. or Israeli citizens who are either Ph.D. candidates writing their dissertations in archaeology, or early-career scholars (Ph.D. earned within the last five years) completing a project that requires a lengthy residence in Greece.

Terms and Duration:  Stipend of $11,500 plus room and board in Loring Hall,… more »

FELLOWSHIPS AT THE GENNADIUS LIBRARY 2023-2024

Posted On November 5, 2022
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FELLOWSHIPS FOR RESEARCH AND STUDY AT THE GENNADIUS LIBRARY 2023-2024

The American School of Classical Studies at Athens is pleased to announce the academic programs and fellowships for the 2023-2024 academic year at the Gennadius Library. Opened in 1926 with 26,000 volumes from diplomat and bibliophile Joannes Gennadius, the Gennadius Library now holds a richly diverse collection of… more »

Saint Nicholas’ Tomb Unearthed in Turkey

Posted On October 24, 2022
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The tomb of Saint Nicholas, also known as “Santa Claus,” and the floor on which he walked, inside the St. Nicholas Church in the town of Myra in today’s southern Turkey have been unearthed by archeologists.

Living between 270 and 343, Saint Nicholas, was an early Christian bishop during the time of the… more »

WILLIAM SANDERS SCARBOROUGH FELLOWSHIPS, Deadline January 15, 2023

Posted On October 24, 2022
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WILLIAM SANDERS SCARBOROUGH FELLOWSHIPS

Deadline: January 15, 2023

This fellowship is intended to honor and remember Professor William Sanders Scarborough and to help foster diversity in the fields of Classical and Hellenic Studies and the Humanities more broadly by supporting students and teachers from underrepresented groups in their study and research at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens.

William Sanders Scarborough (1852–1926), the son of… more »

The ‘CENSUS of Modern Greek Literature’

Posted On October 24, 2022
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The CENSUS (= Checklist of ENglish-Language Sources Useful in the Study of Modern Greek Literature) facilitates access to modern Greek literature for speakers of English, by providing references to all the English-language translations of modern Greek literature and to all the critical studies in English that relate to modern Greek literature from the twelfth century AD to the present (a span of ca. 9 centuries!),… more »

UNDERWATER ROMAN REMAINS DISCOVERED OFF PONZA COAST

Posted On September 20, 2022
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A TEAM OF DIVERS FROM THE CIVITAVECCHIA NAVAL STATION, WORKING IN COLLABORATION WITH THE MINISTRY OF CULTURE, HAVE DISCOVERED THE ARCHITECTURAL REMAINS OF A ROMAN STRUCTURE OFF THE COAST OF PONZA, ITALY.

During the Roman Period, Ponza was a Roman port and colony which was constructed to control the central Tyrrhenian Sea.

The… more »