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Society and Politics in Ancient Greece

            Conducted in English 

Study in Greece, the birthplace of Western civilization, and the land of poets, philosophers, politicians, and artists. The country is a spectacular natural beauty, where mountains meet the sea, islands sparkle in the sun-drenched blue ocean, and bleached ancient monuments tower over beaches and olive tree groves. Over its long history, Greece produced magnificent achievements in areas of government, science, philosophy and the arts that still influence our lives.

In this course, we’ll be based in Athens to study the politics and society of Ancient Greece.  Athens is the perfect location to study Greece’s ancient past because it is there we’ll find the Parthenon on the Acropolis and the new, world-famous Acropolis museum, the Ancient Agora where Socrates taught, and Keramikos, the ancient cemetery where Pericles gave his Funeral Oration. Athens has great museum collections of ancient cultural artifacts such as the National Archaeological Museum, the Cycladic Museum, the Benaki collection, and others. We’ll venture out of the city as well to take a cruise to nearby islands and a three-day trip to visit the ancient sites of Delphi, Olympia, Mycenae, and Epidauros.

Syllabus​

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Location: Athens, Greece

NY departure and return dates: June 02 –June 30, 2014

Arrive in Athens the morning of June 3rd

Course: 3 credits, History

Faculty: Professor Helen Gaudette

Program Costs

Cost (includes all expenses below except airfare): $3972

CUNY tuition (for in-state, matriculated undergraduates): $735

Travel insurance: $37


          
Consultation fee (housing, tours, excursions, welcome and farewell dinner): $3200

Total cost with airfare: $4972

Airfare: $1000 (estimate)

Additional costs

Minimum budget for meals and personal expenses of $15 to $20 per day (approximately $420 to $560)


Application Deadline April 7, 2014

Programs are open to all undergraduate students from all CUNY campuses (unless restricted by level of study, language fluency, or other program criteria). Travel on Fridays and some Saturdays for some programs.

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​Scholarships Available for Queens College students! ​


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Queens College, CUNY
Flushing, New York 11367-1597 
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Email: Education Abroad



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