Mediterranean and European Interconnections
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Students can choose one of the two suggested sections. Each section is comprised of four week-long seminars.Section 1%E2%80%A2 Ancient Greek Democracy and its present legacy%E2%80%A2 Life in an Imperial City: Byzantine and Ottoman Salonica%E2%80%A2 Empires and Nations in the modern Mediterranean, 19th-20th century%E2%80%A2 European and Mediterranean Revolutions since 1821 Section 2 %E2%80%A2 Alexander the Great: from Macedon to global empire%E2%80%A2 Salonica: Multiple legacies and the politics of memory and space%E2%80%A2 Religion and politics in SE Europe and the Middle East, 19th-20th century%E2%80%A2 The EU and its fringes: East-Central, SE Europe and the Middle EastExcursionsAs part of their coursework, students will have the opportunity to visit inner city or regional historical/archeological locations. Overall, the course includes three 1-day educational excursions and one final 4-day archeological field trip to Thassos.

Course leader
The MSSG is jointly organized by McGill University and the International Hellenic University of Thessaloniki.

Target group
University students with an interest in the history, art history, archeology of the Classical and Hellenistic Greek, Byzantine and Ottoman periods, as well as to those with a focus on the geopolitics of the Balkans, the Eastern Mediterranean and the Middle East.

Fee info
EUR 0: The cost of the McGill Summer Studies in Greece includes the following:Tuition Fees Regular tuition charges associated with the number of credits and your specific program.MSSG Fee- $2,900/per student. The fee covers the course pack, accommodation in a 4-Star Hotel or better, meals (7 breakfasts, 6 lunches, 5 dinners/per week), onsite visits, travel within Greece when associated with onsite visits.

McGill University & International Hellenic University
Address: McGill Modern Greek Studies, History and Classical Studies, McGill University
City: Thessaloniki
Country: Greece
Phone: 514-398-3975