Annual Meeting 2023

The 2023 CANE annual meeting will take place March 17-18, 2023, at St. Sebastian’s School in Needham, Massachusetts. We are now accepting proposals for papers, panels, and workshops. Please follow this link for the proposal submission form. The deadline for submissions is December 15, 2022.


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COME VISIT THE GLORIES OF ANCIENT GREECE   Recently updated !

Join an archaeological team of professors, Joanne Murphy of UNC Greensboro and Shannon Hogue of UMass Amherst, and 11 students from the US and Ireland as they prepare for their field season with a 12-day tour of the highlights of ancient Greece. This tour is an exciting and novel way to explore ancient Greek culture.

Proposed Schedule:

Friday 9th of June: Arrive in Greece. 

Saturday 10th of June: We will meet the students around noon and visit the South Slope of the Acropolis including the Theatre of Dionysus, followed by Hadrian’s Gate and the Olympic Stadium.  (Dinner included)

Sunday 11th of June: We will tour the Acropolis in the morning and see the Propylaia, the glorious Parthenon, the Temple of Athena Nike, and the Erechtheion. We will then proceed to the Pnyx where the people’s assembly met. In the afternoon, we will enjoy the (air conditioned) Acropolis Museum and see the ancient art works up close. (Dinner included)

Monday 12th of June: In the morning we will visit the Roman Agora, the Library of Hadrian, and the ancient Greek Agora. After lunch, we visit the treasures in the National Museum(Dinner included)

Tuesday 13th of June: We will leave the city of Athens and head south to the Peloponnese. We will visit the Isthmus, Ancient Corinth, and the Panhellenic Sanctuary of Nemea with its amazingly well-preserved stadium and Temple of Zeus. Stay in Argos (Lunch and Dinner included)

Wednesday 14th of June: We will start our day at the magnificent site of Mycenae, then visit Tiryns, where we will have a picnic lunch, and later explore the museum and city of Nauplion. (Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner included)

Thursday 15th of June: Depart Argos for the port of Lavrion where we will catch the boat to Kea. (Breakfast and Dinner included. Ferry included)

Friday 16th of June: After an introduction to our research on Kea, we will tour the city of Ioulida and see the famous Lion of Kea. (Dinner included)

Saturday 17th of June: Natalie Abell of U. Michigan will give us a tour of the Bronze Age site of Ayia Irini in the morning and afterwards we will enjoy a leisurely lunch in a tavern by the sea in Vourkari. (Lunch included)

Sunday 18th of June and Monday 19th of June at leisure when you can enjoy the island at your own pace.

The cost is $2500 per person for 10 days plus the additional expense of your hotel room in Athens from Friday to Tuesday (4 nights) and your flight. The $2500 includes all tours, entrance to museums and sites, travel related to our program in Greece, some (basic) lunches and most evening dinners (which we have as a group), and hotels in Argos and on Kea. Dinner is paid for with the group every night except Saturday 18th when we do our own thing for dinner.  We walk or take the metro around Athens, travel to the Peloponnese in a luxury coach, and then ferry to Kea. These travel expenses are included. When in Athens the students will stay at the Athens Studios on Veikou near the Acropolis museum. The Athens Studios has comfortable apartments and you could book there if they have space https: www.athensstudios.gr. There are many hotels in the area as well.

Please let Professor Joanne Murphy (jmmurph2@uncg.edu) know as soon as possible but no later than January 15th if you are interested in joining us. A deposit of $400 will be due by Feb 1. The rest of the price will be due on March 15th. We would also welcome any contribution you might like to make to the project and our students. Checks should be made out to UNCG with Joanne Murphy and Kea in the information line. You can post the checks to Professor Murphy’s office address below. With questions, feel free to email Joanne or Shannon (shogue@umass.edu).