Summer Session and Seminars

Deadline for program application(s) is January 8, 2024. 


*New* One online application form to apply for any (or all) of the three summer program offerings!

Summer Session

Summer Session

Six-week intensive introduction to Greece from antiquity through the modern period. The program provides the most extensive exposure to Greece, ancient and modern, for participants with interests in Classics and related fields. A strong academic component with participants researching and presenting topics on site.  Offers unique opportunities to interact with eminent archaeologists in the field.

Summer Seminar

Summer Seminar

Eighteen-day sessions designed for those who wish to study specific topics in Greece and visit major monuments with exceptional scholars as study leaders, and to improve their understanding of the country’s landscape, history, literature, and culture. Choose one, or both(!), seminars - seminar topics change every summer. 

2024 Summer Seminars

The 2024 Seminars are: 

Warrior Sailors, Traders, and Pirates: Aegean Islands Through the Ages (June 17 to July 5, 2024), led by Professors Emilia Oddo (Tulane University) and Bice Peruzzi (Rutgers University)

Alexander to Actium: The Archaeology of Hellenistic Greece (July 11 to July 29, 2024), led by Professors Jake Morton (Carleton College) and Thomas C. Rose (Randolph-Macon College)

Testimonials from Previous Seminar Participants

Learn about the Seminars

Apply to lead a summer program

If you are a scholar who is interested in leading a Summer Seminar or the Summer Session, click here to link to more information about open positions. 

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