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Temple of Hephaestus, Athens
The Department was established in 2019
following the annulment of the Department of Cultural Heritage Management and New Technologies
and has its headquarters in the city of Agrinio.
The Acropolis of Athens
The curriculum focuses on history and archaeology.
The Hellenistic Theatre on the Upper Acropolis of Pergamon, Turkey
Studies cover issues related to the history and archaeology of a large part of the Mediterranean area,
from the prehistoric times until the 20th century.
Peirene Fountain, Corinth
Various aspects of the civilizations emerged
in the Mediterranean area are addressed.
Pont du Gard, France
Special emphasis is placed on civilizations developed in the area of the modern Greek state:
the prehistoric Aegean civilizations, the ancient Greek, the Roman, the Byzantine, the Venetian,
the Ottoman, as well as the Modern Greek.
Rotonda of Galerius, Thessaloniki
Additional areas including museum studies, cultural heritage management,
public archaeology are also addressed.
Basilica of Agios Achillios, Prespes
An appealing and innovative part of the curriculum focuses on digital humanities,
a section of the humanities studies that has recenlty drawn large attention worldwide.
The core of the curriculum focuses on the history and archaeology of a large part of the Mediterranean area from the prehistoric times until the 20th century addressing various aspects of the civilizations emerged in this area, mainly those developed in the area of the modern Greek state: the prehistoric Aegean civilizations, the ancient Greek, the Roman, the Byzantine, the Venetian, the Ottoman, as well as the Modern Greek. Additionally, the curriculum covers a larger range of areas than other History and Archaeology Departments, including digital humanities.
The Department offers masters studies leading to MA in “Contemporary Approaches to the History and the Archaeology of Cities” (as of 2021-2022) as well as doctoral studies leading to PhD in History and Archaeology.
Graduates can be involved in professional activities falling into the general areas of history and archaeology but also extending to additional fields including museum studies, cultural heritage management, public archaeology. An appealing and innovative additional career perspective offered is digital humanities, a section of the humanities studies that has recently drawn large attention worldwide.
Talks, workshops, conferences, exhibitions
April16, 2021, 18.00
Photographic action "The Acropolis: Focusing on the restoration"
Duration of entries: 9/9/2020-20/10/2020
Protection guidelines against covid-19
December 12-14, 2019, Auditorium of the Acropolis Museum, Athens
September 30th, 2019, 12.30 @ room 101, "The Department and its curriculum", Dimitris DAMASKOS, Associate Professor, Department Chair
September 25-27, 2019 @ Conference Center, University of West Attica, Campus II, P. Ralli & Thivon str., 12241, Egaleo Attica