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Visitors and student groups (2014)

Crete’s Culinary Sanctuaries: Lessons from the Mediterranean: Applying Yesterday’s Wisdom to Tomorrow’s Table, May 19, 2014;
University of Missouri, Study Abroad in Greece: The Cretan-Mediterranean Diet and Lifestyle, May 23, 2014
Rob Christensen, Raleigh News and Observer
Mieke Prent, VU University Amsterdam, Department of Archaeology (student group)
James Wright, Director, American School of Classical Studies at Athens
ASCSA Summer Session I
ASCSA Summer Session II
Spyro Jacobson, New York, NY
Laura Jacobson, New York, NY
Amalia Delicari, Stavros Niarchos Foundation, New York, NY
Anna Maria Kosmoglou, Stavros Niarchos Foundation, Athens
Kostas Liveris, Stavros Niarchos Foundation, Athens
Vivi Saripanidi, Itanos Project, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Vicky Vlachou, Itanos Project, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Athena Tsingarida, Itanos Project, Université Libre de Bruxelles
Paula Perlman, University of Texas at Austin
Antonis Kotsonas, University of Cincinnati
Erica Platania, Phaistos excavations

Media and public programming

Rob Christensen, “In ancient land, UNC-led teams unearth history,” Raleigh News and Observer, July 26, 2014.

Visitors and student groups (2013)

Academic groups

Dartmouth College’s Foreign Study Program in Greece (May 22)

Crete’s Culinary Sanctuaries: Interactive Educational Programs in Crete (May 24, May 29)

American School of Classical Studies (Summer Sessions) (June 17; June 24)


Mike Taylor, Chapel Hill, NC (June 3-8)

John Taylor, Chapel Hill, NC (June 3-8)

William West, Department of Classics, UNC (on permit) (June 6-11)

Sarah Shields, Department of History, UNC (June 13-15)

William Merryman, Chapel Hill, NC (June 13-15)

Christine Hastorf, UC Berkeley, Department of Anthropology (June 14-15)

Athanasia Kyriakou, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, History and Archaeology (July 7-11)

Alexander Tourtas, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Architecture (July 7-11)

Irene Lemos, BSA and Merton College, Oxford (with two students) (July 11-13)

Carla Antonaccio, Department of Classical Studies, Duke University (on permit) (July 2-15)

Antonis Kotsonas, Amsterdam Archaeological Centre, University of Amsterdam (July 13)

Niki Oikonomaki, Herakleion (epigraphy consultant) (July 25)

Psarantonis (Antonis Xilouris) (July 17)

Jan Driessen, UCL Louvain, Archaeology and Art History; Director, Belgian School at Athens (July 15)

Anaya Sarpaki (July 18)

Giorgos Proistakis, Antidemarchos Ierapetras (July 22)

Sissy Nika, Real News (July 22)

Maria Foutoulaki, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, School of Medicine (July 30)

News coverage and public outreach

Interview, Radio Verenike, Ierapetra, Crete (Βερενίκη News) ΟΙ ΑΝΑΣΚΑΦΕΣ ΣΤΟΝ ΑΖΟΡΙΑ ΣΥΝΕΧΙΖΟΝΤΑΙ ΑΠΟ ΤΟΥΣ ΑΜΕΡΙΚΑΝΟΥΣ, July 4, 2013.

Λεωνίδας Γ. Κουδουμογιαννάκης, “Αποκαλύφθηκε η πιο πρώιμη πόλη στην Κρήτη μετά την μινωική εποχή φωτίζοντας την “εποχή της σιωπής””  Ιεράπετρα 21ος Αιών, 18 Jouly 2013;, July 17, 2013.