Monthly Archives: June 2012

Greece: An Unquiet History

In March, the BBC aired a program on 20th century Greek history and memory. It begins with the Nazi occupation of Greece during WWII, which was esp. brutal (see Mazower, Inside Hitler’s Greece for this). The rest of the program … Continue reading

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PKAP 2012: The Season in Review

The PKAP field season wrapped up this weekend, culminating (as it typically does) in a flurry of last minute activities (paperwork, administrative stuff, museum organization, beard shaving, etc.). Here are some ruminations on our work this year. 1. Logistics. We … Continue reading

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