• ISAW to Host "Digital Approaches to Teaching the Ancient Mediterranean"

    ISAW to Host "Digital Approaches to Teaching the Ancient Mediterranean"

    On Friday, October 26th, ISAW will host the one-day conference Digital Approaches to Teaching the Ancient Mediterranean (DATAM). The event is co-sponsored by the Society for Classical Studies, and the local organizers are Sebastian Heath, David Ratzan, Tom Elliott, and Patrick Burns.
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  • Library Research Spotlight: Patrick J. Burns

    Library Research Spotlight: Patrick J. Burns

    Assistant Research Scholar for Digital and Special Projects Patrick Burns reports on his research in two areas: 1. digital philology via development work for the Classical Language Toolkit (CLTK) at the DH2018 conference in Mexico City and the Digital Classics Seminar at the Institute of Classical Studies; and 2. digital preservation of scholarly social media activity at the Center for Hellenic Studies.
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  • ISAW Announces 2018-19 Visiting Research Scholars

    ISAW Announces 2018-19 Visiting Research Scholars

    ISAW is pleased to announce its roster of Visiting Research Scholars for the 2018-19 academic year. Each scholar will work on a research project (listed below), participate in ISAW seminars, and present a public lecture during his or her time at ISAW. Please join us in welcoming these scholars to our community!
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  • PhD Student Narges Bayani Studies "Petrography of Cultural Materials"

    PhD Student Narges Bayani Studies "Petrography of Cultural Materials"

    Eager to learn more about the field of petrography, PhD Student Narges Bayani participated in an intensive course this summer at the Center for the Analysis of Archaeological Materials (CAAM) in University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology in Philadelphia.
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  • Prof Antonis Kotsonas Appointed the AAIA 2018 Visiting Professor

    Prof Antonis Kotsonas Appointed the AAIA 2018 Visiting Professor

    Newly appointed Assistant Professor of Mediterranean History and Archaeology, Antonis Kotsonas is currently on a lecture and seminar tour of Australia as the 2018 Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens (AAIA) Visiting Professor.
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  • Hellenistic-era Temple Found at ISAW's Excavation at Kınık Höyük

    Hellenistic-era Temple Found at ISAW's Excavation at Kınık Höyük

    Professor and Site Director Lorenzo d'Alfonso reports on the team's recent findings at the excavation at Kınık Höyük, in the modern province of Niğde, Turkey.
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  • From the Field: The First Excavation Season at Gird-i Rostam, Kurdistan

    From the Field: The First Excavation Season at Gird-i Rostam, Kurdistan

    Professor Daniel T Potts directed the first excavation season at the site of Gird-i Rostam in the far eastern part of the Sulaimaniyah Governate in Kurdistan. The project is a collaboration between the Sulaimaniyah Directorate of Antiquities, the Ludwig-Maximilians-University (Munich) and ISAW.
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  • Soto Marin and Tsolakis Participate in the Summer Institute in Papyrology at Washington University

    Soto Marin and Tsolakis Participate in the Summer Institute in Papyrology at Washington University

    Dr. Irene Soto Marin and PhD Candidate Georgios Tsolakis take part in this year's Summer Institute in Papyrology (SIP), organized by the American Society of Papyrologists, hosted at Washington University, and led by Prof. Roger Bagnall and Prof. Todd Hickey.
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  • ISAW Newsletter 21: Spring 2018

    ISAW Newsletter 21: Spring 2018

    Our newly released newsletter includes photos and updates from our Commencement celebration, community news, as well as a look at our upcoming Fall exhibition.
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