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Picturing Athens: the ever-present light

In the Picturing Athens class, students use the photographic lens to create and curate their own stories of Athens. Each… More

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Picturing Athens: the ever-present light

Jan Sanders October 12, 2017

In the Picturing Athens class, students use the photographic lens to create and curate their own stories of Athens. Each week is marked by a photographic theme chosen by the students. This week’s theme grew out of our focus on noticing details in the… More

What do laughter and Ancient Greek have in common?

Joanna Simos September 15, 2017

Dr Nikos Anterriotis teaches Modern and Ancient Languages at the arcadia center and although the Classics can sometimes be a challenge, he always finds a way to bring laughter to the classroom.  Here, Dr Anterriotis elaborates on his most recent publication… More

Bringing excavated finds to life

Joanna Simos September 8, 2017

Dr Stavros Oikonomidis, our Archaeology Professor, spends most of his time on site, directing various archaeological excavations: in between teaching  his class at the arcadia center that is! Here, Dr Oikonomidis tells us of his recent, exciting excavation… More

Picturing Athens: theme of the week

Jan Sanders September 1, 2017

In the Picturing Athens class, students use the photographic lens to create and curate their own stories of Athens. Each week is marked by a photographic theme and some recent themes, chosen by the students, includes cats and light. The feline strays… More

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