19 Νοεμβρίου 2020
|19:00 - 20:30||
The Ancient Methone Archaeological Project (AMAP): The Movie
About the Speakers:
John Papadopoulos, Professor of Archaeology and Classics at UCLA, has excavated widely in Greece, Albania, Italy, and Australia. He is the author or editor of over twelve books, most recently Agora XXXVI on the Early Iron Age cemeteries in the area of the later Athenian Agora, over 100 articles in peer-reviewed journals and book chapters, and some 50 book reviews. He is currently co-director of the Ancient Methone Archaeological Project.
Jeff Vanderpool is a photographer and imaging specialist based in Athens, Greece, working primarily with heritage subjects. He has worked for educational institutions, NGOs, archaeological excavations and individual researchers.
Among others, he has had long-term involvement with the following projects and institutions: the Athenian Agora Excavations, The Ancient Methone Archaeological Project, The Palace of Nestor Excavations, the Registration of Athenian Buildings (sponsored by the Stavros Niarchos Foundation), Athenian Houses of the Modern Movement (Elliniki Etairia), and the Municipality of Eleusis. His work has been published in books, academic journals and print and online media, including the New York Times, National Geographic, and Greece’s leading daily, Kathimerini. In addition to his photography and imaging work, he teaches a course in Photography and Archaeology at the College Year in Athens.
Professor of Archaeology and Classics at UCLA
Photographer and imaging specialist based in Athens