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Winter Break 2016
 

Greece: Monumental Politics

 

When people fight over the ‘sacred ground’ of the 9/11 memorial, debate the politics of the Vietnam Memorial, or grieve with the six thousand statues that attended the death of Sulla in Rome; they demonstrate the political stakes and importance of public monuments. This class examines the political importance of monuments and memorials. What lives are worthy of commemoration?

 

 

 
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The Oxford Semester
 

Interested in the Classics? The Ashmolean Museum, founded in 1683 is one of the most important museums of art and archaeology in Britain and home to the only great Minoan collection in Britain. If you are interested in philosophy, what better place to explore it than in Oxford where the likes of John Locke and David Chalmers have gone before you.

Participating in the Oxford Semester or Academic Year Experience program will provide you with valuable research and analytical skills that will improve your scholarship greatly and set you apart from your peers. Topics explored by previous participants: Political Theory & Thought, Philosophy of Religion, Philosophy of Perception, Moral Philosophy War & Diplomacy in Europe, Socrates, Ancient Near East History, Ancient Roman Art History; Pigments and Color, Iconograpy of the Julio-Caudian Emperors... and more.

 

 

 

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Most affordable option for students paying out-of-state tuition - pay a set program fee that is less expensive than tuition at Mason. Credits from the institutions below can be applied to your major!

 
 
 
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