Communicating the results of our research to an international audience, and providing a forum for the latest news and ideas is a fundamental part of our work. The School organises public lectures in Athens, Thessaloniki and London, and hosts seminar series in Athens on varied topics: Upper House seminars present current research by School members and/or arising from School projects; Fitch Wiener seminars in archaeological science are jointly hosted with the American School of Classical Studies; Theoretical Archaeology Seminar at Athens is a collaborative venture with the Irish Institute for Hellenic Studies providing a forum for doctoral and postdoctoral students from the Foreign Schools and the Greek archaeological community to discuss theoretical issues relevant to their (primarily archaeological) research. We organize occasional exhibitions, conferences and workshops, often in collaboration with other British and Greek institutions, and welcome proposals for such events from our members and colleagues. We also provide an up-to-date diary of the many events held in Athens through the academic year. RSS feeds ensure delivery of changing web content and retrieval of the latest news and events.
A select number of events organized by the School either in Greece or the UK have been made available (since 2011) to a wider audience through recordings in the Audio/Video Media Archive. There are also links to a number of Video tours and montages highlighting aspects of the School’s work.