THE HISTORY AND MYTHOLOGY OF GREECE FROM THE BRONZE AGE TO THE HELLENISTIC AGE
Sponsored by Northeast Community College
It’s a Big World, go see it!
MAY 18 – May 30, 2019
Open to all students, especially associate of arts and associate of science degree-seeking students.
This spring 2019 semester-long course will provide a rich comprehensive study of Greek mythology, philosophy, culture, and theatre which will include hands-on travel shortly after the conclusion of the term. The two-weeks spent abroad will entail a cultural feast, with visits to the Acropolis and the National Archeological Museum. Students will tour the birthplace of the Olympic games at the ruins of Olympia. They will explore modern Greek culture in Corinth and go on to experience the ruins of Epidaurus, Crete, the Heraklion Archeological Museum, Athens, among other locations.
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Instructor Adam Peterson and Paul Muncy
- Cost is approximately $3400. Includes airfare, ground transportation, some meals, most – if not all – admissions, lodging, and travel insurance.
- Easy payment plans available. The earlier you sign up, the smaller the payments!
- Payment plans are available to make these educational opportunities more affordable.
- All trips are led by experienced full-time Northeast faculty.
- Have experiences you’ll remember for the rest of your life!