27 June 2015
Athens: from ancient polis to postmodern metropolis.
A three-week long, intensive study abroad programme combining morning on-site classes with afternoon lectures and weekend fieldtrips.
Covering Athenian history and culture from Greek prehistory to the present, this exciting, experience-based course invites students from around the globe to study, as well as enjoy, one of the world’s most ancient cities.
Prof. Dimitris Plantzos
We welcome applicants from a wide range of backgrounds, including archaeology, history, classics, social anthropology, art history and cultural studies, both undergraduates and graduates.
Through a comprehensively structured academic syllabus, enrolled students are able to reflect on many different aspects of the city’s history and culture – from its archaeology and art-history to matters of modern and post-modern political and social life.
6 ECTS / 4 SCH (equivalent to a regular one-semester course according to either European or American standards; since degree requirements vary among universities, students are advised to ensure in advance that their home university will recognize this programme; detailed syllabus outlining the contact hours, reading and assessment available upon request).
EUR 800: Fee inclusive of all fieldtrips, welcome and farewell receptions, as well as teaching materials and assistance.