Ancient Greece

Ιvor Zimmerman, Museum of Cycladic Art Summer 2022 Intern.

Meet the Museum of Cycladic Art Summer 2022 Intern

September 29, 2022

Guest post by Ivor Zimmerman

As someone that had always wanted to do work in a museum, the Museum of Cycladic Art summer internship seemed too good to be true. My academic focus in the Greek world is primarily the archaic period and social history, so the museum's collection and pedagogy were a perfect match. When the internship was first described to me by an advisor who thought it was a good fit, I assumed that it was out of my reach, but I applied as an optimistic reach. How glad I am that I did!

My experience before the internship mainly was with digitization...

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The winning poets at the Palamidi fortress with the town of Nafplio and Bourtzi in the background.

2022 July trip to Greece for the Michael Marks Award-winning poets

August 1, 2022

Last July CHS Greece welcomed the two winning UK poets of the Michael Marks Awards for poetry pamphlets: Rowan Evans, 2019 winner with "The Last Verses of Beccán" (Poetry Award), and Rhys Iorwerth, 2020 winner with "Carthen Denau" (Poetry in a Celtic Language Award).

As part of their awards, the two poets visited various places in Greece, starting off from Olympia where they attended the annual ...

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2013 Jan 06

January Term Program (JTerm)

Sun Jan 6 (All day) to Sat Jan 26 (All day)

Location: 

Crete, Nafplio, and Athens

JTerm came to Greece for a third year. The team consisted of nine students (three from Harvard University) and a Harvard postgraduate (who served as a teaching assistant), the CHS programs coordinator, and Professors Gregory Nagy and Kenny Morrell. The group visited Crete, Nafplion, and Athens, focusing once again on the study of the Bronze Age.

Athens: City of Wisdom: Historical and Modern Resilience in Greece’s Capital, virtual event

April 7, 2022

The European Union seminar of the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies in cooperation with CHS US, CHS Greece, and the Consulate General of Greece in Boston welcome Bruce Clark, author of Athens: City of Wisdom and journalist of The Economist, in a discussion about the largest urban area in southeastern Europe and one of the oldest continuously inhabited settlements in the world, focusing on the factors which have underpinned Athens and Attica...

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