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Nederlands Instituut Athene

Het Nederlands Instituut Athene is een van de zeventien buitenlandse 'archeologische scholen' in Athene. Onder auspiciën van het instituut doen onderzoekers en studenten uit Nederland archeologisch onderzoek in Griekenland.

Het NIA is een interuniversitair wetenschappelijk instituut. Het organiseert, verzorgt en faciliteert onderwijs en onderzoeksprojecten in samenwerking met universiteiten en onderzoekscentra in Nederland en Griekenland. Verder beschikt het over een uitgebreid hoogstaand wetenschappelijk netwerk in beide landen.

Het NIA is een van de Nederlandse Wetenschappelijke Instituten in het Buitenland (NWIB).

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Data Modelling Workshop "Nodegoat"

 

 Nodegoat     

 

It is with great pleasure that the NIA will host on Friday June 15 the Data Modelling Workshop "Nodegoat". Nodegoat is a web-based data management, network analysis & visualization environment that can be used to create and manage any number of datasets by use of a graphic user interface.
Participation in the workshop is for invitees only, and unfortunately there are no more places available.

We sincerely thank the workshop instructors Pim van Bree and Geert Kessels for coming to Greece in order to share their expertise with the participants and Elias Stouraitis for taking the great initiative of organising this workshop. 

 

Lecture B. Wallet "Community of Survivors: Reconstructing Dutch Jewry, 1945-1955"

 

 Illustratie Wallet     

 

On Tuesday 5 June (17.30) the fourth lecture in our lecture series "Jews in Greece and the Netherlands: The Shoah, restoration and rehabilitation" will take place at the Netherlands Institute at Athens. Speaker of the evening is the Dutch historian Bart Wallet (Assistant Professor of Jewish History at VU University Amsterdam and the University of Amsterdam) who will address the subject «Community of Survivors: Reconstructing Dutch Jewry,1945-1955».
Historian Kostis Kornetis (Carlos III University of Madrid) will act as discussant.

Please note that the lecture and the discussion will be conducted in English. The lecture is open to the public, but preregistration at the Institute is required (by Dit e-mailadres wordt beveiligd tegen spambots. JavaScript dient ingeschakeld te zijn om het te bekijken., or by phone 210-9210760, Mon.-Fri. 09.00-17.00 as of Tuesday 29 May).

The lecture series is co-organized with Εργαστήριο Μελέτης Νεότερου Ελληνικού Εβραϊσμού, the Workshop on the Study of Modern Greek Jewry.

Lecture D. Hondius "Mapping hiding places in Amsterdam: Jewish testimonies on hiding, survival, and the postwar years"

 


 

 Illustratie     

On Thursday 17 May (18.00) the third lecture in our lecture series "Jews in Greece and the Netherlands: The Shoah, restoration and rehabilitation" will take place at the Netherlands Institute at Athens. Speaker of the evening is the Dutch historian Dienke Hondius (VU University Amsterdam) who will address the subject «Mapping hiding places in Amsterdam: Jewish testimonies on hiding, survival, and the postwar years».
Historian Alexandra Patrikiou (Jewish Museum of Greece) will act as discussant.

After the lecture, Jan Erik Dubbelman will give a presentation entitled "The power of place, the power of voice" about his work at the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, where he heads the department of international educational projects. 

Please note that the lecture , the presentation and the discussion will be conducted in English. The lecture is open to the public, but preregistration at the Institute is required (by Dit e-mailadres wordt beveiligd tegen spambots. JavaScript dient ingeschakeld te zijn om het te bekijken., or by phone 210-9210760, Mon.-Fri. 09.00-17.00 as of Wednesday 2 May).

The lecture series is co-organized with Εργαστήριο Μελέτης Νεότερου Ελληνικού Εβραϊσμού, the Workshop on the Study of Modern Greek Jewry.

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infrademos.net Seminar


The Netherlands Institute at Athens has the pleasure to host the first infra-demos.net seminar in Athens. 

The title of the seminar, which will take place on May 12th, is "Infrastructural Gap, State and the Commons".
The seminar is organised in collaboration with VU University Amsterdam and will focus on the relationship between infrastructure and crisis to discuss everyday innovations associated to socio-technological forms of participation arising within the infrastructural gap (IG). 

With the participation of:
- AbdoulMaliq Simone (Research Professor of Sociology - Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity)
- Lila Leontidou (Professor of Geography - University of the Peloponnese)
- Dimitris Dalakoglou (Professor of Social Antrhopology - VU University Amsterdam (infra-demos))

Chair:
- Yannis Kallianos (Post-Doc fellow in Anthropology - VU University Amsterdam (infra-demos)).

Please reserve a seat at the Dit e-mailadres wordt beveiligd tegen spambots. JavaScript dient ingeschakeld te zijn om het te bekijken. in order to be able to attend,

More information can be found here and on the infrademos-website .



Summer School 2018 " Visual Ethnography of Cityscapes "

 


For the fourth consecutive year, the intensive and highly successful summer school Visual Ethnography of Cityscapes is taking place between 1-20 July at the Netherlands Institute at Athens (NIA) in collaboration with the Ethnographic Film Festival of Athens (Ethnofest) and VU University Amsterdam (VU). Teaching staff will be joining the school from the University of Amsterdam (UvA), University of Leiden, Panteion University, University of Aegean and the Heritage Management Organization.

It is apparent that today the visual, in all its manifestations, possesses a special place in the "world" of anthropology and social sciences. Besides the internal changes in the academia and the technological developments that have reshaped the relationship of anthropology/ethnography with the use of audio-visual means, the field of visual anthropology has by now expanded both in terms of scope and institutional role. These recent changes have not been thoroughly explored in the cityscapes of Greece. Although the social, political and economic transformations of the last years are being examined by social and political scientists, there is a need to add to our toolbox visual ethnography and visual anthropology in a more systematic way. In our summer school we are having a focus on the theoretical position of the visual within social/political theory and on the practical use of audio-visual means in the ethnographic process. In examining the use of visual methods, the courses will focus on both historical and contemporary examples of ethnographic film and photography.

Only outstanding students from all over the globe at last year BA, Master and first year PhD students can participate in the school. Students can apply by sending the application form to Dr. Tryfon Bampilis Dit e-mailadres wordt beveiligd tegen spambots. JavaScript dient ingeschakeld te zijn om het te bekijken. until the 15th of May 2018 and successful applicants will be notified by the 21st of May. The number of participating students is limited (max. 30 students), so we encourage early registration. Selecting criteria will apply.

Click for more information and the application form

 

Leiden-NIA Workshop ‘Conservation, documentation & physicochemical study of glazed ceramics’

 


 

During two weeks in the summer of 2018 (18-29 June 2018), a workshop for the 'Conservation, Documentation & Physicochemical Study of Byzantine and Post-Medieval Glazed Ceramics' will take place at Athens and at Chalkis (central Greece). The course will be organized by the Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University (NL), in collaboration with the Netherlands Institute at Athens (NIA), the Ephorate of Antiquities of Euboea (Chalkis) and the Greek Research Center/Laboratory 'NCSR Demokritos' at Athens.
This workshop provides an unique opportunity for BA, MA, RMA and PhD students to gain more knowledge and a hands-on experience in Byzantine, Medieval and Post-Medieval pottery conservation. It guides the participants through the history and technology of Byzantine, Medieval and Post-Medieval pottery in Greece, and through stages of the study, conservation, restoration and documentation of archaeological artefacts. Both the theoretical and practical classes will be based on authentic pottery finds from recent excavations in the old city of Chalkis (modern Chalkida) on the island of Euboea. Finally, a first approach of physicochemical analyses will be presented.
All teaching will be in English

Click here for more information and registration (deadline: 20 May!). 

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Nederlands Instituut Athene

Makri 11
GR-11742   Athene Griekenland

Tel.: +30 210 9210760
Fax: +30 210 9210770
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