Workshop's identity and key information

  • Organizer: CHS Greece
  • Dates: September 26–27, 2020 (2 four-hour sessions, over weekend)
  • Location: Nafplio, Greece
  • Open to: All (up to 20 participants per cycle)
  • Workshop Coordinator: Androniki Oikonomaki, Laboratory Teaching Staff at the School of Philology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, member of AUTh’s Workshop for Epigraphy and Papyrology, and a former CHS Fellow
  • Program Coordination: Matina Goga (CHS Greece, matina.goga@chs.harvard.edu)
  • Held: Annually
  • Application deadlines: Opened on September 9, closed on October 6, 2019 (announced with the call for applications)
  • Language of the workshop: Greek

About the workshop


This new thematic area was introduced in 2019. The Epigraphy Workshop focuses on theoretical teaching and practical application with the scope to introduce epigraphy, its connection with other sciences, such as history and archeology, and its use in both research and educational settings. Participants from different educational backgrounds, educators, philologists, historians and archaeologists, students of philology and history & archeology have the opportunity to discuss about inscriptions, become acquainted with the science of epigraphy and expand their scientific interests.