09.15    Νikolas Papadimitriou (Canellopoulos Museum)
Welcome and introduction

Key concepts and approaches
09.30    John Papadopoulos (University of California, Los Angeles)
Approaches to colonialism in the teaching of archaeology

10.00    Yannis Hamilakis (Brown University)
Coloniality, race, archaeology: lessons from a buffer zone

10.30    Michael Herzfeld (Harvard University)
Greece in a larger universe: why Thai, Iranian, and Icelandic historical experience might make a difference to understanding Greece today

11.00 – 11.30    Break

Colonization and decolonization as historical processes
11.30    Krishnan Ram-Prasad (Oxford University)
Ancient Greek in British colonialism

12.00    Antonis Hadjikyriakou (Panteion University)
The Cypriot post-colonial condition: Ottoman and British legacies

12.30    Theodoros Rakopoulos (University of Oslo)
Decolonize this! On the Cypriot experience, and lessons thereof

13.00    Konstantinos Kalantzis (University of Thessaly)
Recalcitrant poses: visual ethnography and the question of colonialism

13.30 – 15.00    Break

Decolonization, decoloniality and the ancient past
15.00    Antonis Kotsonas (New York University)
Ancient Greek colonization as a paradigm for decolonization?

15.30    Dimitris Plantzos (University of Athens)
The archaeology of exclusion: repatriation, whiteness, and a lost daughter named Carrie

16.00    Lylaah Bhalerao (New York University)
Decoloniality, Inclusivity and the display of Greek art

16.30 – 17.00    Break

Methodologies for inclusivity
17.00    Aris Anagnostopoulos (HERITΛGE/University of Kent) & Christoph Bachhuber (University of Oxford)
Decolonizing digital archaeological landscapes; questions of scale, methodology and ethics

17.30    Andromachi Katselaki – Olga Sakali (Ministry of Culture and Sports –  Department of Educational Programs and Communication)
Μουσειοπαιδαγωγικές δράσεις συμπερίληψης. Η περίπτωση του προγράμματος «Multaka: Διαπολιτισμικές περιηγήσεις στην Αθήνα»

18.00    Penelope Papailias (University of Thessaly)
Anti-tour as decolonial methodology: taking dëcoloиıze hellάş to the streets

18.30    Mantha Zarmakoupi (University of Pennsylvania)
An archaeology of disability: thinking beyond ableism about the past

19.00    General discussion