Det Danske Institut i Athen
Ινστιτούτο της Δανίας στην Αθήνα

The Danish Institute at Athens is both a research institution and a cultural institute. The Institute aims to promote research, education and culture in Greek and Mediterranean archaeology, history, language, literature, visual arts, architecture and cultural traditions.

We offer residencies to researchers, students, and artists among others and we organise conferences, concerts, exhibitions, seminars and courses. We also receive Danish school classes on excursion to Greece and help providing access to museums and archaeological sites.

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Get the Fall Programme 2023 here

FOREDRAG: Tirsdag d. 5. december kl. 19.00
Peter Moe Astrup: Towards a New Understanding of the Early Mesolithic: The Role of Underwater Archaeology, Strategies, and Problem-oriented Focus Areas
Maria Geraga: Marine Remote Sensing Techniques in the Studying of Underwater Cultural Heritage Sites: Case Studies from the Eastern Mediterranean Sea
Discussant: George Papatheodorou
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NOVEMBER 2023 – MAY 2024
Lecture Series: Underwater Archaeology and Cultural Resources: Methodology, Preservation and Communication – A Dialogue Between Denmark and Greece
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Get the abstracts here
View the lectures here

CONFERENCE 8-10 May 2024:
The Constant Participant: Constructing and Affirming Identity through Material Culture in Ancient Greek Sanctuaries and Modern Museums
Download the Call for Papers here
For more information and bibliography on the theme of the conference, see here

NOTICE: Deadline extended til March 2024
Submissions for PoDIA vol. X – Deadline March 2024

Opening hours
The Institute is open Monday – Thursday 09:00-13:00 (07:00-11:00 GMT)
The Institute remains closed in August