30th July to 15th August 2012
The University of Liverpool’s Ancient Worlds Summer School returns for its third year in 2012.
The summer school runs for two and a half weeks (30th July –15th August),and courses are offered on the language and culture of Ancient Egypt,Greece and Rome,taught by experts from the University,with privileged access to current research.
As ever,we set ourselves apart from other summer schools by offering you:
- Research-led teaching from our full-time lecturing staff and researchers
- Access to the University library and resources
- Price includes all teaching and support materials
- A taste of campus life
- A friendly atmosphere
As well as teaching Greek,Latin and Hieroglyphs from beginner level,this year will feature an Egyptology study week entitled ‘From Amarna to Deir el-Medina:Current New Kingdom Research at Liverpool’,and an Ancient History and Archaeology week entitled ‘The Body and Leisure’. We are also offering courses in Coptic,Sanskrit and Akkadian. If you are a teacher of Ancient History at GCSE level,we are offering a separate teaching Summer School too.
Links to courses and further information:
For all Egyptology and the ancient world courses,click here.
For the teacher summer school,click here.
For general information (location,accommodation,fees and booking),click here.
For further details,feel free to contact the organisers:
Dr Amy Coker (Greek and Latin)
Office:0151 794 3061
Dr Glenn Godenho (Egyptology)
Office:0151 794 2475
The University of Liverpool is a leading international centre for the study of the ancient world – from the archaeology of human evolution,through ancient Egypt and the Near East to Greek and Roman history,culture and literature,and Iron Age Europe.
For more details of our programmes,go to www.liv.ac.uk/sace