The programme for the Classics Summer School 2014 has now been released!
Melbourne University's Classics Summer School is an opportunity for anyone to explore the beliefs, philosophy and politics of the ancient world, better understand Greek tragedy or improve their thinking and arguing skills.
Classes are small, relaxed and fun, and anyone is welcome to take part. Participants typically include the general public, high school teachers, secondary/tertiary students and many others.
Classes take place at Melbourne University, using university facilities and academic staff.
Note that there is are fees associated with this class - follow the link for more details.
This summer, five courses will be offered:
- Understanding Greek Tragedy Like an Ancient Greek
- Aristotle's Human Flourishing Project
- Athenian Democracy in Practice
- The Big Issues in Ancient Greece
- How to Argue Like Socrates
Classes will take place between 6-10 January 2014.
For more information or to enrol go to:
The study of classics and archaeology provides insight and understanding into contemporary society by delving into past human culture and activities as they are revealed through ancient language, literature, philosophy, art, architecture, treasure, tombs, and other intellectual and material culture.