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  • Locations: Multiple, Greece
  • Program Terms: Summer
  • Restrictions: UTSA applicants only
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer 2018 02/15/2018 03/01/2018 06/01/2018 06/16/2018
Fact Sheet:
Areas of Study: Archaeology, Architectural History, Architecture, Art History, Classical Studies, Classics, European Studies, History, Humanities, Religion/Theology Minimum Undergraduate GPA: 2.5
Language of Instruction: English Housing Options: Hotel
Program Description:

AcropolisMuseum

Philosophy and Classics in Greece

Summer: June 1 to June 16, 2018
Three credit hours

Faculty Leader

Dr. Jonathan MacLellan, Senior Lecturer, Classics

Overview
Join us for a 16-day tour focusing on the major sites and monuments of ancient Greek history and culture. In collaboration with The Paideia Institute, current itinerary will include visits to important archaeological sites and museums in Athens, Euboea, the Peloponnese, and the Aegean Islands.
 
The program will provide an enriching experience for students from a broad array of disciplines, from those who have a direct interest in the history, art, and archaeology of the ancient world (including Classics, Philosophy, Humanities, History, Museum Studies, and Anthropology) to those whose work in other disciplines will benefit from a survey of these important sites and monuments in their proper context (including students in Architecture, Political Science, and English).
 
You will also be introduced to the evolving relationship of these sites to Greece’s current economy, politics, and cultural identity as it continues to recover from a long recession. A first-hand examination of this relationship will be of particular value for students from UTSA, given your own lived experience in a city that benefits from a rich, multicultural history. 


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Program Costs
- Program Fee: $3,500
- UTSA Tuition and Fees for 3 credits: ~$1,270
- UTSA Study Abroad Fee: $150
- Airfare
- Passport
- Lunches
- Personal spending

Application Deadline: Tentative February 15
All program applicants must click the Apply Now button (found near the top of the page) and complete the application requirements by the deadline.  By clicking Apply Now, the application system will display the requirements for your program.

Questions?
If you have questions regarding the program, please contact Jonathan MacLellan at jonathan.maclellan@utsa.edu.


Temple of Poseidon

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