Expert in ancient Mediterranean art discusses the story behind a Greek sculptor’s masterpiece and its impact on different audiences.
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Tunisian Archaeologist Nejib Ben Lazreg lectures on Roman mosaics.
McKibben Lecture: Ruth Scodel listens to Homer’s characters to explore ancient Greek thought about the mind and behavior.
Charles Platter ’81 discussed Plato’s Apology in his Dec. 5 Roberts Lecture “Killing Socrates”
First-year students turn to ancient Greeks for insights into human life and nature.
Intensive academic work in classical Greek studies. Participants take five courses each semester at the Hellenic-American Institute and have access to the museums, libraries, national monuments, and archaeological sites of Athens. Field trips to the Peloponnesus, northern Greece, the Aegean Islands, and other areas.
Oakley explains how funerary art illustrates classical Athenian perceptions and reactions to death.