The Institute publishes the journal Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens (PoDIA), and the series Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens (MoDIA). Other publications may be found under the heading Miscellanea further down on this page.
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Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens, PoDIA
Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens publishes academic articles on topics related to Greek and Mediterranean archaeology, history, language, literature, visual arts, architecture, art history and cultural traditions. The publication of preliminary reports of Danish archaeological fieldwork carried out in Greece is furthermore an essential part of the journal’s content. PoDIA appears approximately every other year and is primarily in English.
The Danish Institute welcomes any submissions to the Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens which fall within the scope of the journal. Submitted articles will first undergo an initial review by the editors. Articles that the editors find suitable for publication will be submitted to a double-blind peer review procedure.
Submissions and Guidelines
Submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for contributions to PoDIA vol. X, planned for 2021, is 15 of May 2020.
Guidelines for the Proceedings
Open Access to back volumes of the Proceedings of the Danish Institute is now available through Tidsskrift.dk, which is the Royal Danish Library’s portal for the publication of professional, scientific and cultural journals in digital full-text. Some of the older volumes are being prepared for online publication and are, as of yet, not available. Articles may be read online or downloaded. Open Access to future volumes will be made available after an embargo period of two years.
Back issues of Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens
Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens
MoDIA is scientific publications of conferences and workshops on topics related to Greek and Mediterranean archaeology and cultural history. An important part of the monograph series the publication of Danish archaeological fieldwork conducted in Greece. MoDIA is primarily published in English.
Open Access to some of the previous editions of MoDIA is now available through Tidsskrift.dk, which is the Royal Danish Library’s portal for the publication of professional, scientific and cultural journals in digital full-text. Articles may be read online or downloaded.
Back issues of Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens
MoDIA vol. 23, 2019:Ascending and Descending the Acropolis. Sacred Travel in Ancient Attica and its Borders. Edited by W. Friese, T. Myrup Kristensen & S. Handberg (eds),
MoDIA vol. 22, 2018: Material Koinai in the Greek Early Iron Age and Archaic Period. Edited by S. Handberg, A. Gadolo, C. Morgan (eds),
MoDIA vol. 21, 2017: Petras, Siteia. The Pre- and Proto-palatial cemetery in context. Acts of a two-day conference held at the Danish Institute at Athens, 14-15 February 2015. Edited by Metaxia Tsipopoulou.
MoDIA vol. 20, 2018: Communities in Transition. The Circum-Aegean Area During the 5th and 4th Millennia BC. Edited by S. Dietz, F. Mavridis, Ž. Tankosić, T. Takaoğlu.
MoDIA vol. 19, 2017: Unfolding a mountain. An ethno-archaeological investigation of modern cave use on Mount Pelion (2006-2008). Edited by N. H. Andreasen, P. Pantzou & D. Papadopoulos.
MoDIA vol. 18, 2016: Fokus on Fortifikation. Conference on the Research of Ancient Fortifications, Athens 6-9 December 2012. Edited by R. Frederiksen, S. Müth, M. Schnelle and P. Schneider.
MoDIA vol. 17, 2016: The Architecture of the Ancient Greek Theatre: conference at the Danish Institute at Athens January 2012. Edited by R. Frederiksen, E. Gebhard and A. Sokolicek.
MoDIA vol. 15.3, 2019:The Ancient Harbours of the Piraeus II – Zea Harbour: the Group 1 and 2 shipsheds and slipways – architecture, topography and finds. Edited by B. Lovén & I. Sapountzis
MoDIA vol. 15, 2012: The Ancient Harbours of the Piraeus – I.1. The Zea Shipsheds and Slipways: Architecture and Topography. By Bjørn Lovén ; The Ancient Harbours of the Piraeus – I.2. The Zea Shipsheds and Slipways: Finds, Area 1 Shipshed Roof Reconstructions and Feature Catalogue. By Bjørn Lovén & Mette Schaldemose with contributions by B. Klejn-Christensen & M.M. Nielsen.
MoDIA vol. 13, 2011: The French connection – 100 years with Danish architects at l’École française d’Athènes. Edited by Erik Hallager & Dominique Mulliez.
MoDIA vol. 12, 2011: Kalydon in Aitolia I – Reports and Studies. Danish/Greek Field Work 2001-2005; Kalydon in Aitolia II – Catalogues. Danish/Greek Field Work 2001-2005. Edited by Søren Dietz and Maria Stavropoulou-Gatsi.
MoDIA vol. 11, 2011: LM IB pottery – relative chronology and regional differences. Acts of a workshop held at the Danish Institute in collaboration with the INSTAP Study Center for East Crete, 27-29 June 2007, I&II. Edited by Thomas M. Brogan & Erik Hallager.
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MoDIA vol. 10, 2009: Time’s Up! Dating the Minoan eruption of Santorini. Acts of the Minoan Eruption Chronology Workshop, Sandbjerg November 2007, initiated by Jan Heinemeier & Walter L. Friedrich. Ed. David A. Warburton.
MoDIA vol. 7, 2006: Chalkis Aitolias I. The prehistoric periods. Eds., S. Dietz & Y. Moschos.
MoDIA vol. 7.2, 2020: Chalkis Aitolias II: The Archaic Period. By Sanne Houby-Nielsen
MoDIA vol. 7.3, 2016: Chalkis Aitolias III – The Archaic Period. Eds., S. Dietz and L. Kolonas.
MoDIA vol. 6, 1-2, 2006: _Panayia Ematousa I. A rural site in south-eastern Cyprus ; II Political, cultural, ethnic and social relations in Cyprus. Approches to regional studies._ Eds. L. Wriedt Sørensen & K. Winther Jacobsen.
MoDIA vol. 5, 2004: Transport Amphorae and Trade in the Eastern Mediterranean. Acts of the International Colloquium at the Danish Institute at Athens, September 26-29, 2002. Eds. Jonas Eiring and John Lund.
MoDIA vol. 4, 2001: The Royal Palace Institution in the First Millennium BC. Regional Development and Cultural Interchange between East and West. Acts of a Meeting held at the Danish Institute at Athens, November 1999. Ed. Inge Nielsen.
MoDIA vol. 3, 2001: Foundation and Destruction. Nikopolis and Norhwestern Greece.The archaeological evidence for the city destructions, the foundation of Nikopolis, and the synoecism. Acts of a Meeting held at the Danish Institute at Athens, March 1999. Ed. Jacob Isager.
Miscellanea is a smaller format of the Institutes monograph series MoDIA. Miscellanea publishes events and exhibitions held at and organized by the Institute, as well as catalogues of the Institutes archives & collections.
Back issues of Miscellanea
2009 Piræus – et hav af øjeblikke/Piraeus – a sea of moments/Πειραιάς – μια θάλασσα στιγμών. Erik Hallager & Sine Riisager. The Danish Institute at Athens.
On-line publication: Galatista. The built-up environment of a Greek vernacular village.
2008 Den franske forbindelse/Une liaison française/Δεσμοί με τη Γαλλία – 100 années de présence d’architectes danois à l’École française d’Athènes. Erik Hallager et al. The Danish Institute at Athens.
2006 Videnskab & Kunst / Science & Art / Επιστήμη & Τέχνη – present activities of the Danish Institute at Athens. Erik Hallager et al. The Danish Institute at Athens.
2001 Translators and Translations. Acts of a Meeting held at the Danish Institute at Athens, September 1999. Ed. Henrik Holmboe and Signe Isager. The Danish Institute at Athens.
2001 Enas Danos stis stanes ton Sarakatsanon tes Pindou tou 1922. Apospasmata apo to hemerologio kai tis epistoles tou Kathegethe Panepistemiou klasikes philologias, Carsten Hoegh, apo ena ekpaideutiko tou taxidi stous nomades Sarakatsanous [=A Dane visits the settlements of the Sarakatsanoi in the Pindos Mountains during the year 1922. Excerpts from the diary and letters of professor of Classical Philology, Carsten Hoegh, from a study tour to the Sarakatsanoi nomads]. Translated into Greek by Panagiota Goula and edited by Jacob Isager. The Danish Institute at Athens.
2000 Carl Nielsen, Festival Prelude. Orchestrated for wind orchestra by Nikos Christodoulou. Carl Nielsen. The Danish Institute at Athens.
1999 Interviews with Ali Pacha of Joanina in the autumn of 1812; with some particulars of Epirus, and the Albanians of the present day. Peter Oluf Brøndsted. Edited by Jacob Isager. The Danish Institute at Athens.