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  • Locations: Athens, Greece
  • Program Terms: Winter break
  • Restrictions: Rochester applicants only
  • This program is currently not accepting applications.
Program Description:
CLA 224/REL 223: Sacred Spaces in Greece. In this six-credit course, taught by two award-winning professors, students study sacred sites and sacred spaces in order to learn about the history of ancient Greece as well as about ancient Greek religion, society, culture, theater, athletics, politics, and medicine. The fall 2016 course includes a winter break 2017 trip to Greece, January 3 though 15, during which students will visit Athens, Delphi, Corinth, Mycenae, Epidauros, Olympia, Eleusis, and more. Additionally, students will develop skills within the field of Digital Humanities by working individually and collaboratively to create an online "museum" of sacred spaces in Ancient Greece. For more information, email Professor Nick Gresens (nicholas.gresens@rochester.edu) or Professor Anne Merideth (anne.merideth@rochester.edu) and visit the Religion and Cassics website.
 
CLA 224/REL 223: Sacred Spaces in Greece. In this six-credit course, taught by two award-winning professors, students study sacred sites and sacred spaces in order to learn about the history of ancient Greece as well as about ancient Greek religion, society, culture, theater, athletics, politics, and medicine. The fall 2016 course includes a winter break 2017 trip to Greece, January 3 though 15, during which students will visit Athens, Delphi, Corinth, Mycenae, Epidauros, Olympia, Eleusis, and more. Additionally, students will develop skills within the field of Digital Humanities by working individually and collaboratively to create an online "museum" of sacred spaces in Ancient Greece. For more information, email Professor Nick Gresens (nicholas.gresens@rochester.edu) or Professor Anne Merideth (anne.merideth@rochester.edu) and visit the Religion and Cassics website.
 
 

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