Monthly Archives: September 2011

130 Years of Teaching at the American School

Yesterday I wandered over to the Gennadius library to take a look at the current exhibit in the Basil Room: “It is better to know Greece than what has been written about Greece. Celebrating 130 Years of Teaching at the … Continue reading

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News and Notes

Some news and notes on a windy night in Athens: On the work of Sherry Fox and the Wiener Lab at the ASCSA. A new agreement between the Getty and Greece. And for some background on the Getty and its … Continue reading

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An Evening at Herod’s Theater

Last Friday my wife and I went to a performance of Aristophanes’ Peace at the Herod Atticus theater on the slopes of the Acropolis. The play is one of the last in this year’s Athens-Epidaurus festival series. The Herod Atticus … Continue reading

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