Small Worlds, Large Worlds: Constructing Place in a Rural Frontier of Ancient Athens [The Kotroni Archaeological Survey Project (KASP)]

Spring 2022 Grant Recipient

Anastasia Dakouri-Hild (Art)

The project explores the ancient and contemporary landscape of Aphidna near Athens, Greece, combining historical analysis with the systematic collection of surface archaeological finds (survey) and ethnography, augmenting the humanistic toolkit with insight from remote sensing, geophysics, and geology. Following the successful conclusion of the remote sensing and the field campaigns (2019, 2021), KASP will engage in a study season to analyze the 2019 and 2021 finds and to conduct ethnographic analysis in the nearby living community.