The Theo Angelopoulos Seminar
International seminar dedicated to the work of the great Greek filmmaker Theodoros (Theo) Angelopoulos taking place at the Norwegian Institute on April 19, 2017.
Dialogues with the Past, April 7-11
Dialogues with the Past (Nordic Graduate School in Archaeology) seminar at the Norwegian Institute at Athens started today, April 7. The topic of the seminar is 'Political Economy: Comparative Approaches from Prehistory' with a stellar lineup of keynote speakers, including Timothy Earle (Northwestern University), Matthew Spriggs (Australian National University), David Wengrow (University College London), Colin Grier (Washington State University) and Martin Furholt University of Kiel).
Presentation of Håkon Smedsvig Hanssen's New Book
The Greek translation of a new book by a Norwegian author Håkon Smedsvig Hanssen will take place on Monday, March 13, 2017 at 18:30 at the Book Plus bookstore (Panepistimiou 37). This event is supported by the Norwegian Institute at Athens and the Norwegian Embassy in Greece.
2017 Annual Open Meeting
2017 Annual Open Meeting of the Norwegian Institute will take place on March 16 at 7 PM at the Danish Institute at Athens. For details, please see: http://www.norwinst.gr/events/current-seminars-and-lectures/2017-annual-meeting/
Second Greek conference on Computer Applications in Archaeology will take place at the University of Athens on December 20-21, 2016. The Norwegian Institute at Athens is one of the conference sponsors.
Hierarchy and Equality Conference Feedback
"Hierarchy and Equality: Representations of Sex/Gender in the Ancient World", an international conference co-organized by the Center for Gender Research from the University of Oslo and the Norwegian Institute at Athens sparked a renewed interest in humanities, the ancient past, and gender studies! For additional detail please visit
the web page of the Center for Gender Research.
A workshop organized by the Norwegian Institute at Athens dedicated to past and future research at the archaeological site of Tegea in Arcadia. For more details and the program, please see the event's web page.
Local and Global Perspectives on Mobility in the Eastern Mediterranean.