The American School of Classical Studies at Athens (ASCSA) offers a six-week summer programs for university students and high school and college teachers of classics and related subjects. Because Athens is hosting the Olympic Games in August 2004, the regular summer program in Greece will not be offered; instead, ASCSA will sponsor a 26-day program (June 9-July 4, 2004) that explores the sites and monuments of ancient and medieval Turkey. Applications must be postmarked no later than January 15, 2004. In 2005 the ASCSA will return to the regular Summer Sessions in Greece. (Contact: Committee on the Summer Sessions; tel: 609-683-0800; e-mail:; Web site:

Arcadia Center for Hellenic, Mediterranean and Balkan Studies offers courses in classical, Byzantine and modern Greek studies. This summer two courses will be centered in Greece; “Of Gods and the City” will combine Athens-based seminars with visits to archaeological sites. “On the Trail of Alexander the Great” will be based on the island of Samos and include visits to the Turkish cities of Priene and Miletus. (Contact: Wendy Eisenberg, Arcadia University Center for Education Abroad; tel: 1–866-9ARCADIA; e-mail:; Web site:

The Austin Peay State University (Tennessee) Study Abroad in Greece program offers a course from May 31 through July 4, 2004 on Greek art and archaeology as well as an intensive introductory course in modern spoken Greek. All participants take both courses while visiting 45 sites on Crete and the Greek mainland; seven semester hours of credit are available through Austin Peay State University. Applications are due by January 31, 2004. (Contact: Dr. Timothy Winters; tel: 931-221-7118; e-mail:; Web site: Abroad)

Centro Camuno di Study Preistorici, an Italian non-profit organization devoted to preserving prehistoric and tribal art, offers courses for post-graduate students. Students will inventory the tribal and rock art of Capo di Ponte, one of the world’s major areas of rock art. (Contact: Emmanuel Anati, CCSP, Capo di Ponte; tel. 0039 0364 42091; e-mail:; Web site:

College Year in Athens will be sponsoring courses this summer on ancient Athens and the Olympic Games (in Athens), modern Greek history and language (in Paros) and field work (in Santorini and in Crete). Summer sessions are open to all interested college-age students. (Contact: College Year in Athens, tel: 617-868-8200; e-mail:; Web site: