Recent events



Gerald Durrell's Corfu 2012 Following the great success of the 2011 Gerald Durrell's Corfu (click here for a report and here for photographs), the Durrell School of Corfu again offered an unforgettable week in May 2012 exploring the fauna and flora of Corfu, led by the irrepressible botanist and broadcaster David Bellamy.

May 11th - May 18th 2012, Corfu



For full report, click here (.pdf file)

For Matt Wilson's report and photographs, click here

Durrell Association of Ireland event The Durrell Association of Ireland, in conjunction with Queen's University Belfast, presents the Tenth Annual BYZANTINE GREEK SUMMER SCHOOL in Belfast, Northern Ireland, UK, 26 June - 24 July 2011 (from Beginners to Advanced).
26 June - 23 July 2011, Belfast

New programme!
The Durrell School of Corfu offered an opportunity to spend a week re-living the life of Gerald Durrell on Corfu, with experts on its ecology.

For the report on the programme, including feedback from those who took part, click here (Adobe .pdf file. This will open in your browser in a new window. Alternatively, right click to download it).

To see photographs from the programme click here (opens in new window)

Click here for the original details of the course.

16-23 May 2011, Corfu

September 2010 - 'Exploring Corfu on Foot' The magic - and the heritage - of Corfu on foot, guided by experts. 24-30 September 2010 click here for details


July 2010 - The University of Iowa
Overseas Writing Workshop
The Durrell School hosted the University of Iowa Overseas Writing Workshop from July 1st to July 14th.
Participants and faculty click
here
Photos from the course added! click here



Newly discovered mammal species named after Gerald Durrell A newly discovered cat-like species of  mammal has been discovered in Madagascar, and named Durrell's vontsira in honour of Gerald Durrell. Full story here (BBC, opens in new page)

Durrell Association of Ireland (DAI) Members of the Durrell School Advisory Board who are resident in the Ireland and the UK are setting up the Durrell Association of Ireland (DAI)  as a partner organization to the Durrell School of Corfu. Its purpose is to assist in the management, development and financing of the Durrell School of Corfu.  For an outline of the objectives of the DAI, click here (pdf file, opens in new window)



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