Staging Greek Tragedy in the Digital Era
Aggeliki Poulou (GR) – Media Theorist, Researcher (University Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris III / National and Kapodistrian University of Athens) An attempt Read more.
Comparative Analysis of the Rule of Law in Ancient and Modern Greece
Kosmas Koteas (GR) – Lawyer (Koteas and Associates Law, Athens) This study outlines the evolution of the concept of the Read more.
Dr. Michael Gallagher (UK) – Social and Cultural Geographer (Manchester Metropolitan University) This talk is about the use of audio Read more.
Media Archaeology and the Politics of Listening
Keynote by Prof. Kate Lacy (UK) – Media History and Theory (University of Sussex) It seems appropriate in this ancient Read more.
The Tone of Prime Unity
Will Schrimshaw (UK) – Artist and Researcher (Edge Hill University, Lancashire) In The Soundscape R. Murray Schafer describes a tone Read more.
Energies as Optic in the Arts and Music
Keynote by Prof. Douglas Kahn (AUS) – Historian and Media Theorist (National Institute of Experimental Arts, The University of New Read more.
Messene. A Multiperiod Site
Introduction by Prof. Petros G. Themelis (GR) – Archeologist (University of Crete, Emeritus / Director of the Excavation and Restoration Read more.
Tacit Voices of Space, Bodies and Material Culture: Meaning, Transformation and Participatory Communication in Neolithic Communities and beyond
Dr. Yannis Kozantzas (GR) – Research Fellow (Theoretical Archaeology and Anthropology of Technology, Panteion University of Athens) Sound runs across Read more.
Space, Sound and the Law: From Solon to Xenakis – the Greek Entanglements of Spatial, Sonic and Human Law
Prof. Eric Lewis (CA) – Philosopher (McGill University, Montreal) Early Greek theories of space developed hand in hand with theories Read more.
Curated Decay: Arts of Losing, Noticing, Listening
Prof. Caitlin De Silvey (UK) – Cultural Geographer (University of Exeter) How might a focus on material process and persistence, Read more.
Tactics against Antiquity: Contemporary Ancient Messene
Marinos Koutsomichalis (GR) – Artist and Researcher (NTNU – Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim) ›Tactics against Antiquity‹ probes Read more.
The Force of Listening
Lucia Farinati (IT/UK) – Researcher (Cultural/Critical Studies, Kingston University) Lucia Farinati presents and draws out ideas about ‘listening politics’ from Read more.
Archaeology as Cultural Identity: Branding Greekness.
Keynote by Prof. Dimitris Plantzos (GR) – Archeologist (National and Kapodistrian University of Athens) Contemporary Greece is often imagined, by Read more.