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Prof. Ada Dialla: ‘Russian Philhellenism: Inventing Greece, Reinventing Europe’

The Finnish Institute at Athens is very happy to welcome you to follow a fascinating lecture and round-table discussion on the topic of philhellenism at 6pm on 9 December 2021. This is a hybrid event open to the public via zoom. It is a part of Finnish Institute’s project Other Philhellenisms: Northeastern Perspectives on Slavic and Baltic Philhellenism, which will continue to the year 2022. At the event Prof. Antonia (Ada) Dialla gives a lecture on the topic “Russian Philhellenism: Inventing Greece, Reinventing Europe” and a small panel of specialists in philhellenism and its aspects in the Slavic and Baltic as well as Nordic cultural spheres, in particular, will discuss...
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Prof. Ada Dialla: ‘Russian Philhellenism: Inventing Greece, Reinventing Europe’

The Finnish Institute at Athens is very happy to welcome you to follow a fascinating lecture and round-table discussion on...
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Dr. Frederick Whitling gives the thirteenth Johannes Sundwall lecture on 15 November 2021.

The thirteenth Johannes Sundwall Lecture will be held on November 15 at 7 p.m. The lecturer is Dr. Frederick Whitling,...
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Lectures in Honour of Prof. Robin Hägg by Prof. James Wright: The Archaeological History of the Mycenaean Palace. 4.-5.11.2021.

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Mainalian Run in Arcadia 17.10.2021

Mainalian Run in Arcadia The third Mainalian Run will be organised on Sunday 17 October in Arcadia. The track is...
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Aristophanes Now! 23.6-21.7.2021

The Finnish Institute at Athens will organise a series of lectures between 23 June and 21 July 2021 on the...
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