Monthly Archives: October 2011

A Roza Eskenazi Tribute Concert in Greek, Turkish, and Ladino

Last Tuesday I went to a tribute concert for Roza Eskenazi at the Badminton Theater in Athens. Roza Eszkenazi was born to Sephardic Jewish parents as Sarah Skinazi in Constantinople sometime in the mid-1890s (the date is not certain). Her … Continue reading

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The Oscar Broneer Papers and the Image of Corinth

On Friday, I was able to spend some time combing through the Oscar Broneer papers in the Archives of the Blegen Library. The School acquired it fairly recently (2-3 years ago), and it was previously stored in Elizabeth Gebhard’s home … Continue reading

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