About Us

The Theoretical Archaeology Seminar at Athens (TASA) was founded in 200? under the name British-Irish Theory Seminars by a group of young scholars (Ellen Adams, Heinrich Hall and Matthew Haysom) based at Athens, Greece. Its aim is to promote debate and discussion of issues in theoretical archaeology.

Each seminar is dedicated to a specific theme and participants are encouraged to do some background reading prior to each meeting.

TASA is managed by an organising committee consisting of international scholars and students residing in Athens under the auspices of the British School at Athens and the Irish Institute of Hellenic Studies at Athens.

2014-2015 Committee

Dr Aris Anagnostopoulos (Irish Institute of Hellenic Studies at Athens)

Dr Ioannis Georganas (Independent Researcher)

Dr Chryssanthi Papadopoulou (British School at Athens)

2012-2013 Committee

Dr Ioannis Georganas (Foundation of the Hellenic World)

Dr Thomas Loughlin (Irish Institute of Hellenic Studies at Athens)

Mr Hüseyin Çınar Öztürk (University of Cincinnati)

2010-2011 Committee

Dr Ioannis Georganas (Foundation of the Hellenic World)

Dr Thomas Loughlin (Irish Institute of Hellenic Studies at Athens)

Mr Hüseyin Çınar Öztürk (University of Cincinnati)

2009-2010 Committee

Mr Jean-Sebastien Balzat (British School at Athens)

Dr Ioannis Georganas (Foundation of the Hellenic World)

Mr Heinrich Hall (Irish Institute of Hellenic Studies at Athens)

Dr Thomas Loughlin (Irish Institute of Hellenic Studies at Athens)

Dr Joseph Skinner (British School at Athens)

2008-2009 Committee

Mr Jean-Sebastien Balzat (British School at Athens)

Dr Ioannis Georganas (Foundation of the Hellenic World)

Mr Heinrich Hall (Irish Institute of Hellenic Studies at Athens)

Dr Matthew Haysom (British School at Athens)

Mr Thomas Loughlin (British School at Athens)

Mr Conor Trainor (Irish Institute of Hellenic Studies at Athens)

For more information, feel free to contact the Irish Institute of Hellenic Studies at Athens: iihsa@hol.gr

Webmaster: Dr Ioannis Georganas

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