Greece - ETLA 240: Emory Odyssey in Greece

Study the history, politics, and literature of ancient Greece on campus in the spring semester and then spend spring break in Athens, Mycenae, Corinth, Epidaurus, and Delphi exploring the ancient remains. Athens is one of the oldest and greatest cities of Western Civilization, with a recorded history that extends back 3,400 years. During the Classical period Athens was a centre for the arts, learning, and philosophy. It was the home of Plato’s Academy and Aristotle’s Lyceum. 

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Next Offering: Spring 2019. Cost: $3900. 

Professor: Dr. Jack Wells jwells@ehc.edu

Estimated cost:  Estimated $3900

Included: Airfare, Accommodations, Breakfasts/Dinner, Entrance Fees, Excursions, Ground Transportation, Travel Insurance, Medical Insurance

Not included: Passport, Lunches, Spending Money

 

Meets Core Curriculum requirements: 

ETLA 240: Emory Abroad

ETLA 305: GWIC

POLS 240 & HIST 232: MOI Interpreting Texts

Enroll in one of these courses: 

HIST 232: Myth, Magic, & Ritual

POLS 240: History of Political Thought

ETLA 305 : Homer’s Iliad and Cities Under Siege

AND add ETLA 240: Study Abroad Greece (1 credit hour)

Prerequisites: Permission of instructor

Application Deadline: November 1, 2018

Get application here.

Location:

the parthenon, athens, greece