Sunoikisis is now accepting applications for Kenchreai. This four-week summer program (May 26-June 23, 2010) introduces students to the archaeology, history and culture of Greece through participation in a field school and accompanying seminars and excursions. The Kenchreai Excavations, directed by Professor Rife, provide a unique opportunity to learn about the past first-hand at one … Read moreKenchreai Summer Program
Classicists in the Washington D.C. area may be interested in the following performances: DANCE Synetic Theater’s Antony and Cleopatra at the Lansburgh Theater Bolshoi Ballet’s Spartacus at the Kennedy Center THEATER Orestes, A Tragic Romp adapted by Anne Washburn from the play by Euripides at the Folger Shakespeare Library By the Bog of Cats, a … Read moreAdaptations of Classics in the D.C. Theater Scene
Check out Theater of War, an organization that performs Sophocles’ Ajax and Philoctetes for military communities. Recent performances have been at the Center for Deployment Psychology (Bethesda, MD), St. Vincent’s Hospital Trauma and Wellness Center (New York, NY), and Walter Reed Army Medical Center (Washington, D.C.).
If you missed the meeting at the American Philological Association in Anaheim earlier this month, you can now watch clips from the meeting to learn more about Sunoikisis and the upcoming events. The videos are available in our archives and on YouTube. Here is Part 1 with Miriam Carlisle’s introduction and Kenny Morrell’s history of … Read moreVideo of Sunoikisis Meeting at APA