Kostis Kourelis on Byzantium and the Avant Garde

Professor Kostis Kourelis of Franklin and Marshall College will speak today at 4 PM CST on the American School Excavations at Corinth in the 1930s.  The presentation at the University of North Dakota is the 2011 Cyprus Research Fund Lecture.  As Bill Caraher notes at here, he “will tell the unlikely story of how the excavation of Byzantine remains at Corinth, Greece influenced avant garde movements in mid-20th century America.”

If you’re interested in hearing it, you can listen to a live stream of the lecture at The New Archaeology of the Mediterranean World at 4 PM CST

Kourelis The Cyprus Research Fund

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Categories: American School Excavations, Byzantine, Corinth in the Mind, Periods, Modern

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