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Humanities in Athens

Note: This program is not running in Spring 2017 or the 2017-18 academic year. Please check back for later program dates when the program will resume. In this program, you will learn about and experience contemporary and historic Greek life and culture while living in the birthplace of democracy. The city of Athens is your classroom; archaeological field trips and cultural outings provide an integrated approach designed to immerse you in both the ancient and the modern culture and diversity of Greece. Athens is the perfect place to merge your sense of adventure and exploration with your...

Art and Artifact: Intermedia Art in Athens

The unique landscape of the Greek islands and the multilayered city of Athens provide the setting for this intensive three-week studio art course. Through a series of lectures, studio work, daily excursions to archaeological sites and museums, contemporary galleries and engagement with land and sea, students will have the opportunity to weave global history and theory into the practice of making art. Our methods will be interdisciplinary and open to various modes of expression, which might include but are not limited to, drawing and painting, performance, installation, photography and video...

Greek Food and Culture in Athens

Through structured engagements with influential texts in food studies and Greek food, culture and history and guided encounters in key food related locations (ancient and contemporary) across the country participants will gain important insights into Greek cuisine in the three different and complementary regional contexts. The program focuses on experiential learning in the historical rich and dynamically modern city of Athens and on the nearby Cycladic Island of Kea, the productive fields and vineyards of the charming Peloponnese region and in Crete, the sun-drenched the epicenter of the...
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