Cambridge-Stockholm Collaboration ‘Greece between Europe and Asia’ workshop
(24-25 April 2023)

Trans-Aegean migration, materiality and memory

Monday, 24 April 2023 Castlereagh Room, Fisher Building, St John’s College

9-9.15 Welcome

9.15-10.00 Anastasia Christophilopoulou, ‘The Island migration route: Rethinking migration from Anatolia to the Aegean and Cyprus in an interdisciplinary perspective’

10.00-10.45 Ann-Louise Schallin, ‘In between East and West – Late Bronze Age processional performances in the Cyclades’

10.45-11.00 coffee

11.00-11.45 Hannah Willey, ‘Crossing the Aegean with Artemis’

11.45-12.30 Johannes Siapkas, ‘The in-betweenness of Asine: Archaeologists negotiating notions of West and East’

12.30-13.45 lunch and coffee

13.45-14.30 Arja Karivieri, ‘Wandering artisans, sculptors and potters in Late Antiquity: from Asia Minor to Athens and back’

14.30-15.15 Tim Whitmarsh, ‘Dionysus cartographus’

15.15-15.30 coffee

15.30-16.15 Lea Niccolai, ‘The geography of wisdom in Porphyry of Tyre’

16.15-17.00 Suna Çağaptay, ‘Reframing Anaia: Patterns of habitation and layers of abandonment and reworking at a Byzantine settlement in Turkey’

19.30 Drinks and dinner for Collaboration participants

Tuesday, 25 April 2023 Castlereagh Room, Fisher Building, St John’s College

9.00-9.45 Richard Calis, ‘Graecia Illustrata: Early modern conceptions of Ottoman Greece’

9.45-10.15 Charlotta Forss, ‘“I journeyed from Christendom into Turkey” – early modern travellers and the lived experience of geocultural borders’

10.15-10.30 coffee

10.30-11.15 Michael Loy, ‘George Finlay’s wanderings between Greece, Europe and Asia in the mid-nineteenth century’

11.15-12.00 Lena Sjögren, ‘Frederika Bremer’s view on Greek material culture in the 1860s’

12.00-13.15 lunch and transport to Fitzwilliam Museum

Carol Humphrey, Mediterranean Embroideries
Anastasia Christophilopoulou, Islanders: the Making of the Mediterranean

15.00-15.30 coffee at Fitzwilliam Museum

15.30-16.00 return to St John’s College for last two presentations and final discussion

16.00-16.45 Deniz Türker, ‘The Embroidered Sea’

16.45-17.30 Elizabeth Key Fowden, ‘From Anatolian Ürgüp to Hellenic Prokopi: migration, materiality and memory’

17.30 Final Discussion

19.30 drinks and dinner for Collaboration participants