In Spring 2022 the Classics Department launched a new version of the Classics Foreign Study Program that spends several weeks both in Rome and in the Athens area. The aim of this combined program is to introduce students to the rich interaction between the worlds of Greece and Rome, as seen through material objects (ceramics, baskets, glass), domestic spaces, and developments in architectural technology and design. Students will receive credit for three courses.
Those planning to apply should plan ahead as there are some prerequisite courses. In particular, it is helpful to have taken CLST 06 (Introduction to Classical Archaeology) and at least one other course in Greek or Roman history or archaeology.
Questions may be directed to the faculty directors for the program, Prof. Roger Ulrich (email@example.com) and Prof. Julie Hruby (firstname.lastname@example.org).