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Greece: History

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Department History, Latin & Political Science
Category Humanities & Social Sciences
Duration 4 weeks
Primary Contact Gwyneth Lewis 604.323.5481 / glewis@langara.bc.ca
Overview Program Itinerary Testimonials How to Apply

Greece: History

May 7 to June 5 2012

Greece Field Studies

STOP AND EXPLORE
In May 2012, you could be in Greece earning University Transfer Credit in History 1190: History and Monuments.
Study one week at Langara College and three weeks on site in Greece where you could be standing in the mountains of Delphi, at the shrines of Apollo and Athena, looking out at the olive groves that stretch down to the sea.

HISTORY 1190: HISTORY AND MONUMENTS

  • University Transfer Credit Course
  • Dates:    May 7 to June 5, 2012
  • Cost:    $2795.00 plus tuition and airfare

An up close and personal exploration of the people and monuments of Greece, covering a range of historical periods including prehistoric, Mycenaean, Classical Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Venetian, Turkish and modern. We will also look at contemporary issues and enhance your understanding of political and social currents in modern Greece.

  • Athens
  • Hosios Loukas
  • Delphi
  • Kalavryta
  • Nauplion
  • Epidauros
  • Mycenae
  • Corinth
  • Island of Naxos
  • Island of Amorgos

Instructors

Gwyneth Lewis, M.A.
Instructor: History, Latin, Ancient Greek/ Instructor and
Coordinator of Classical Studies

Patty Moore, M.S.W.
Instructor: Women’s Studies, Peace and Conflict Studies /
Coordinator of Women’s Studies