Independent Activities Period (IAP)

IAP in Ancient Greece 2017

Building on the success of ten prior seasons of the IAP in Ancient Italy/Greece  program, the MIT History Faculty and MT Concourse will again offer to between 10 and 15 MIT undergraduate a first-hand experience of Greek art and archeology in the settings where they can best be explored:  in the magnificent heart of bustling Athens, and across the breathtaking landscape of central Greece (Delphi, Olympia, Epidauros, Mycenae, Corinth).

Program, itinerary, and costs

Application deadline:  Friday, October 7, 2016
For further information, and for a copy of the application form, please contact one of the directors:

Prof. Will Broadhead: williamb@mit.edu, Prof. Steve Ostrow: sostrow@mit.edu, Prof. Linda Rabieh: lrabieh@mit.edu.

Eligibility:
All registered MIT students are eligible. In the case that more than 15 applications are received, priority for participation will be offered to current students and successful veterans (Seniors first) of MIT Ancient and Medieval Studies subjects and of MIT Concourse. For a complete list of eligible subjects, see ams.mit.edu/curriculum.