Study Abroad in Religion and Classics
The San Martino Archaeological Field School is a summer program designed to teach students about archaeological field and laboratory methods, geophysical prospection in archaeology, and the archaeology of ancient Italy. The course is taught on site in central Italy, and participants learn through first-hand experience excavating at the San Martino site as well as through lab work, assisting in geophysical studies, lectures, readings, and guided museum and archaeological site visits. Participants live in the small town of Torano di Borgorose, where they have the opportunity to learn about life in modern as well as ancient Italy.
The trip focuses, on the political, socio-economic, and religious nature of Peru, offering participants a chance to study and experience one of Latin America's most complex and fascinating countries.
The interdisciplinary program in Roman Structures introduces students to the physical structures of ancient Rome, to the engineering principles underlying their construction, and to the social world of the Romans that produced them.
A four-week summer course which combines a study of literary works about Egypt by both Egyptian and foreign writers with tours of locales and monuments described in the works.