Summer Opportunities for Classics Students
Hopkins Center For Talented Youth
Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth's summer programs
provide intensive course work in the liberal arts to talented
pre-collegiate students ages 12 to 16. Classics courses
Latin I, Beginning Ancient Greek, and Etymologies. Advanced
undergraduates are encouraged to apply.
for America Summer Institute
For America is seeking to hire undergraduates for an outstanding, paid
summer internship as an Operations Coordinator. Operations
coordinators play an integral role in the daily operations at
institute. Operations coordinators are guaranteed a salary of
$2,500—$3,000 and lodging and food will be provided by Teach For
America. Application deadline for Summer 2010 is January 24th.
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Summer Research Opportunities Program at the University of Michigan
University of Michigan Summer Research Opportunity Program (SROP)
offers outstanding undergraduates underrepresented in their field of
study the opportunity to conduct intensive research across a variety of
disciplines. The goal is to prepare students for advanced studies in a
II. Summer courses here at UT
III. Summer Courses
Elsewhere in the US: For a More Complete List, see Debra Hamel's Summer Courses in the
Community Colleges offers the first and second semester of Latin in the
summer. For information call the ACC Department of Foreign
Languages at 512-223-3351.
Association of New England Summer Institute
A week-long series of lectures and short courses.
College Summer Latin Institute
3-week courses in Latin at variou levels
Dickinsoniense. A new total immersion Latin
seminar, July 5-10. For information contact Professor Terence
College, Summer 2010 Latin Workshop (Carlisle, PA): July
July 16. Text to be studied will be De Orbe Novo by
of Angleria. Applications due by May 1, 2010. For
information contact email@example.com.
Online intensive courses in Greek, Latin, French, and German
Latin/Greek Institute at the City University of New York
Intensive Beginning and Advanced Greek and Latin
Ten days of oral Latin in the mountains of Washington State.
INTENSIVE LATIN WORKSHOP for 20 credits
Oral Latin Workshop, July 18-24, 2010
IV. Summer Courses Abroad
1. Programs run by UT
for the Study of Antiquity and Christian Origins
Excavations at a Jewish Synagogue in Ostia, near Roma
of Classical Archaeology
Excavations and conservation at Metaponto, Italy and Chersonesos,
Department excavations in Portugal
Excavations outside of Vila do Conde, Portugal, including Roman remains
The American Institute for Roman Culture
Excavations at the Villa delle Vignacce, an imperial villa on the
outskirts of Rome.
run by the University of Michigan at Gabii, near Rome (will not offer
academic credit this year).
Excavations at a Roman site in Albania.
Field School in Genzano di Roma, Italy
Excavations at a Roman Villa outside Rome. Credit through
Montclair State University, New Jersey.
"City, Country, Borders," an itinerant field school in Rome, Greece and
at Hadrian’s Wall, June 8 through July 13, 2010, led by Professors Don
Lavigne and Christopher Witmore
of Texas Tech University in association with Professor Corby Kelly of
Macalester College. For information contact Christopher
Includes programs in Greece and Egypt, and at a Roman-era
site in Romania.
Drew in Umbria
Excavation of a Roman town about 1 1/2 hours from Rome through Drew University.
The Iklaina Archaeological Project
at a Bronze Age Site in the area of Messenia, Greece run by the
University of Missouri at St. Louis. Staff includes UT Professor
Emerita Cynthia Shelmerdine, and numerous UT students have participated
in the project during the last years.
San Gemini Preservation Studies
in Ceramic Restoration and Building Restoration in San Gemini, Italy.
Students will have the opportunity to work on archaeological
artifacts from the excavation at the Roman Baths of Carsulae.
Excavations at Carsulae.
at the Public Baths of the ancient city of Carsulae. The Umbrian city,
founded along the via Flaminia in the late third century BCE, is
located near the town of San Gemini. This area has been associated with
healing waters since pre-Roman times. Work includes: field excavation,
documentation of the site and of the archaeological artifacts
collected. The excavation is a project of Valdosta State University
with the collaboration of the San Gemini Preservation Studies
B. Other Summer Courses
1. Programs affiliated with UT-Austin
College Year in Athens (CYA)
Courses in Modern Greek, Greek Archaeology and Civilization, Modern Greece, and Early Christianity.
Accademia Italiana in Rome (administered by Arcadia University): Includes a course in Roman Archaeological Sites, as well as courses in Italian.
IES Rome Summer Program: Includes courses in Ancient History and Art as well as Italian
2. Other programs
Academy in Rome Classical Summer School
Six-week intensive study of history and archaeology in Rome and its
environs: highly recommended
School of Classical Studies at Athens Summer Sessions
Six-Week intensive study of history and archaeology in Greece: highly
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Scholarships available for a course in Intensive Modern Greek in August
Baylor in Italy
A four-week course on the art, archaeology and literature of ancient
Rome taught in Rome and the Bay of Naples.
School in Latin, University of Bologna
3-week course (taught in English) in beginning or intermediate Latin,
taught in Bologna, Italy.
The University of
Georgia Classics in Rome
Five to Six weeks of summer courses in Roman history, art, literature,
archaeology, and Latin.
Greek Palaeography Summer School at Oxford
A one-week intensive course in Greek palaeography.
University of South Dakota Isles of Greece
A two-week interdisciplinary course on the Aegean taught while sailing.
Vergilian Society Tours
tours of various parts of Italy, and sometimes elsewhere in Europe and
the Mediterranean world, arranged around Roman themes.
Harvard Summer Program in Olympia and Nafplio, Greece
C. Additional resources
on Summer Courses Abroad
Institute of America
Lists opportunities for archaelogical fieldwork.
A magazine on Greece. Click on "education," and there is a
list of study abroad programs in Greece
UT-Austin Department of Classics Study Abroad Web site
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