A three-week study abroad experience in Greece examining and reflecting on how this ancient culture revolutionized its self-understanding of certain eternal human questions. Students reflect on the texts and sites associated with revolutions in thinking about democracy, theatre, art and rhetoric and discuss the gender roles, ancient religion and sporting competitions, to fulfill the LE Arts and Humanities and Global Perspectives themes.
|Credit Type||Resident Credit|
|Sponsor||College of Liberal Arts|
|Student Type||UofM Students, Non UofM Students|
|Student Year||Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors|
|Language||No Language Prerequisite|
Mid-range hotels. Breakfast provided in hotels; students are responsible for other meals. Opening and closing dinners included in program fee.
October 31, 2019
December 28, 2019-January 16, 2020
Students will earn three credits for COMM 3666.
Dr. John Nordin, Senior Lecturer in Communication Studies, has been traveling to Greece since 1986 and has studied its history, theology, and modern politics. He has led several study abroad classes to Greece. His website on Greece is at www.theplaka.com.
The program fee includes tuition and registration fees, orientation and international health insurance. It also includes, housing, excursions and some meals. Airfare is separate. Check with the program leader for the exact program fee and what is included.
For more information on the class visit theplaka.com/revolution
|Center Name||TC Learning Abroad Ctr|
|Education Abroad Term||Winter Break 2020|
|Program Name||The Greek Intellectual Revolution|
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