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Archaeology of the Medieval and Post Medieval Mediterranean

The Archaeology of Xenitia
Greek Immigration
and Material Culture

Kostis Kourelis, Clemson University
Lita Tzortzopoulou-Gregory,La Trobe University

Archaeological Institute of America, 208th Annual Meeting, Chicago, Ill.
January 6, 2008, 1:30-4:30 pm


Opening Remarks: Kostis Kourelis, Clemson University
Abstract | Podcasticon

Session Papers

1.  The Ruins of Engagement: Rural Landscapes and Greek-American Immigration
Susan Buck Sutton, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis
Abstract | Podcasticon

2.  Home Again: The Recreation of a House, and a History, in Epeiros
Eleni N. Gage, Columbia University
Abstract | Podcasticon

3.  Household Archaeology in Australia and Kythera: Examples of Two-Way Exchange
Timothy E. Gregory, Ohio State University and Lita Tzortzopoulou-Gregory, La Trobe University
Abstract | Podcasticon

4.  The Ludlow, Colorado Coal Miners’ Massacre of 1914: The Greek Connection
Philip Duke, Fort Lewis College

5.  From Greek Revival to Greek America: Archaeology and Transformation in Philadelphia’s Orthodox Cathedral
Kostis Kourelis, Clemson University
Abstract | Podcasticon

6.  'Knowing Your Feelings for Hellas and the Knowledge that You Always Carry with You the Hellenic Culture. . .’ Exploring the Relationship of the American School of Classical Studies with the Greek Omogeneia in the 1940’s
Natalia Vogeikoff-Brogan, American School of Classical Studies at Athens

Abstract | Podcasticon

Commentary and Closing Remarks
Jack Davis, American School of Classical Studies at Athens and University of Cincinnati







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