Art and Archaeology of Greece

Course Requirements

Syllabus & Itinerary

Class Blog, Photos, Map

Dates for 2019

The course this year runs from May 19-31. Students leave the US on the 19th and arrive in Athens on the morning of the 20th. Students visit sites in Athens and then venture outside the capital to the island of Aegina, to Brauron and Sounian, Eleusis and Piraeus, then to Delphi, Olympia, Pylos, Mycenae, Nafplion, and ancient Corinth.

Students receive academic 2 credits for the course.

Where are we staying?

While in Athens, students will have access to the Athens Centre, while staying at the Jason Inn, nestled in the heart of the ancient and modern city. While outside of Athens, we will be staying at a series of 3-star hotels situated near ancient sites and modern activities in Delphi, Olympia, and Nafplion.