Author Archives: Othon

INFO SESSION

Friday December 4th, 10AM Vari Hall 2041 If you can’t make it, email oalexand@yorku.ca to schedule a one-on-one appointment! Advertisements

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Announcing our 2015 partner institution in Athens: The Athens Centre

From their website: Athens Centre is an educational organization founded in 1969 to sponsor academic and cultural activities in Greece. The Centre is located in Mets, a residential area of central Athens, about 15 minutes walk from the heart of … Continue reading

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Announcing our 2015 Featured Speaker – Heath Cabot

Recent Book: On the Doorstep of Europe: Asylum and Citizenship in Greece (U PENN Press) Greece has shouldered a heavy burden in the global economic crisis, struggling with political and financial insecurity. Greece has also the most porous external border of … Continue reading

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An interesting report on the Exarchia neighbourhood…

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ANTH 3110 :: ATHENS (2014) in the news!

Click this link to download a PDF of the article: ANTH 3110 – Kathimerini Or click here!

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Athens and Epidaurus Festival Programme

  Click HERE to access the Greek Festival Program for 2014!  Click HERE to access their website.

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Upcoming Public Lecture at York

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Announcing our 2014 Accommodations

This year ANTH 3110 will be hosted in Greece by CYA – College Year in Athens!  Learn more about CYA here.  Click here for information about our accommodations.  Click here for a live view of Athens from the CYA rooftop … Continue reading

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City Walks

Explore art, architecture, literature, history, or cuisine – on foot! This group brings visitors and local experts together to explore aspects of the city’s history plus current events.  Big Olive will take groups as small as four people…   Pick … Continue reading

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