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Gennadius Library closed April 13 - June 8, 2017

01/20/2017
Due to the transfer of books to the new mobile stacks in the refurbished West Wing of the Gennadeion, the Library will remain closed to researchers from April 13 to June 8, 2017. We apologize for the inconvenience. In the case of a change in the dates a new notice will be issued.

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Announcement Concerning Access to the Archives in the Gennadius Library

01/20/2017
Researchers will not be able to access the Archives of the G.L. between July 1, 2017 and February 28, 2018. H πρόσβαση των ερευνητών στα Αρχεία της Βιβλιοθήκης δεν θα είναι δυνατή από 1/7/2017 έως 28/2/2018.

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Winter 2017 Edition of Newsletter Now Online

01/09/2017
New summer seminars, major event wrap-ups, a Q&A with our incoming Director Jenifer Neils and much more await you in this edition of the School newsletter.

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  • Outreach News
  • From the FieldLooking for a lesson plan? A video showing conservation of the beautiful Eutychia mosaic? Check out Corinth Excavation's outreach page.
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  • Looking to the Future
  • From the FieldJenifer Neils, the Elsie B. Smith Professor in the Liberal Arts in the Department of Classics at Case Western Reserve University, is the next Director of the American School, beginning July 2017. An internationally renowned scholar in classics and art history, her work on the Parthenon has earned her the reputation as one of the world’s most established authorities on the monument. Prof. Neils shares here her perspectives on the School, Hellenic studies, and Greece as she prepares for the post.
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  • From the Archives
  • From the FieldWhat do George Cram Cook, a Philhellenist who liked to dress in Greek peasant clothes, Cold War Cultural Diplomacy, and European artist Anders Zorn all have in common? They are all the latest subjects in School Archivist Natalia Vogeikoff-Brogan's new blog on the widely diverse and interesting items discovered while doing archival research in and about the School's large collection.
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