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One of Scutt’s referees for the chair, the Revd. F. Fisher, at that time headmaster of Repton School and a future Archbishop of Canterbury, wrote that while he thought that Scutt had a ‘very good brain’ he would nonetheless have been more favourably impressed if he had had a better set of false teeth. 20 Toynbee’s inaugural lecture in the Koraes chair was a characteristically wide-ranging tour de force in which he expressed his interest in the way in which the Greeks would administer the large Muslim population in the territories that they had recently acquired in western Asia Minor.
Topics such as the Sarakatsanoi, refugee communities in Piraeus, folk poetry, the folk textiles of Crete, urban folk music and the attitude of Greek political parties towards European integration afford evidence enough, if such were needed, that the study of modern, even contemporary Greece, is firmly integrated into the life of the School, a development all the more fruitful now that Greece is a member of the European Community. The range and diversity of the studies being undertaken at the School in recent years are beginning to match those of the first two decades of the century.
L. M. M. Fraser and John Stevens. 41 The propensity of the British military and intelligence authorities to seek to make use of the linguistic and other talents of former members of the British School was by no means unique. Many alumni of the American School of Classical Studies served in a similar capacity, as, indeed, did former members of the German Archaeological Institute. L. 42 This was not in the least surprising, nor were the trenchantly expressed criticisms levelled at British policy by many of the ‘archaeological captains’ (as they were known within OSS and who sometimes came under fire for their prima donna-ish ways).
Anglo-Greek Attitudes: Studies in History by Richard Clogg (auth.)