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Classics: Lechaion Harbor and Land Settlement Project in Greece (CLSC 318/418)
Corinth, Greece (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Summer I
Dates / Deadlines:
Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Summer I 2018 03/15/2018 ** Rolling Admission 06/13/2018 07/07/2018

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.
Fact Sheet:
Program Sponsorship:
Program Purpose:
Language of Instruction: English Language Prerequisite: No
Housing Options: Hotel Courses Offered: Classics
Program Director/Assistant Director: Paul Iversen, Classics ( Credit Type: Graduate, Undergraduate
Case Credit Type: General Humanities, Global and Diversity Credit Number of Credits: 3
Deposit: $300
Total Program Cost:
Program Fee Deadline:
March 31 Included in Program Cost: All meals, Excursion, Housing, In-country transportation, Lab/Field Fee
Not Included in Program Cost: Books, Flights, Snacks, Spending Money, Tuition
Program Description:
Corinth, Greece

Lechaion Harbor and Land Settlement Project in Greece (CLSC 318/418)
In-Country Dates: June 13-July 7, 2018
Faculty leader: Prof. Paul Iversen

This interdisciplinary course takes place in situ in the Mediterranean. The Summer 2018  program will be attached to an active archaeological project: the Lechaion Harbor & Settlement Project. Students will learn the methodological principles of archaeological and epigraphical fieldwork by participating in activities such as surveying, excavation, museum work, geophysical survey, artifact analysis, and other scientific techniques. In addition to working in the field and museum, students will receive an introduction to the history of Greco-Roman culture through visits to major archaeological sites in the region, including Athens, Mycenae, Tiryns, and Nauplion.

Contact Prof. Paul Iversen at for more details or if you have any questions regarding the course itself.