* If you have only recently joined the BSA mailing list, or have missed one of our past events, you can enjoy a huge range of lectures, panel discussions and podcasts in the Video Archive. Here are some of the highlights, but there are many more to explore:

Michael Scott, “The View from the Aegean: Greek perspectives on a global ancient world”

Ian Collins, “John Craxton: A Life in Greece”

John Bintliff and Anthony Snodgrass, “The City of Thespiai, Central Greece: Its Precursors, Florescence And Successors, a Narrative Of 7000 Years of Community Life”

C. P. Cavafy, ‘As Far As You Can’ read by Victoria Hislop

Roderick Beaton, “From the Europe of empires to the Europe of nation-states: The Greek Revolution of 1821 in international context”

* There is still time to apply for two key roles at the BSA! The BSA seeks an IT Officer to develop and maintain its ICT infrastructure, coordinating with the BSA’s departments to maintain services and develop new projects. More details can be found here. The BSA also seeks its next Assistant Director to take charge of its teaching programme and communications, conduct original research, contribute to its fundraising programme, and oversee the security and maintenance of its Athens premises. More details can be found here.

* You can read the latest Archive Story by Deborah Harlan here: 1936: Exhibition Season & The British School at Athens. The ‘Archive Stories’ page highlights the BSA’s Archive projects, from cataloguing and preventative preservation, to digitisation and exhibitions. It also presents the latest archive-related research from the many researchers consulting the BSA archives, on topics ranging from archaeological investigations to byzantine and early modern history. You can read all of our Archive Stories here.

BSA Recommends
Exhibition: Brice Marden and Greek Antiquity at the Cycladic Museum, Athens
20 May – 29 August 2022
American artist Brice Marden presents his work in dialogue with selected antiquities from the permanent collections of the Museum of Cycladic Art.

More details here.

Summer School: Summer School in Homer 2022 at UCL in London
1-5 August 2022
The Summer School offers five days of intensive teaching of Homeric language and literature

More details here.

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