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University of Kentucky

The University of Kentucky, in cooperation with the Polis Institute of Jerusalem, will host courses in spoken ancient Greek this summer from 12 July to 30 July. These courses will take place at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, KY. There will be two levels: a first level for students who have never studied ancient Greek before and a second level for students who have some experience with Greek grammar but minimal experience in speaking. Stephen Hill (University of Kentucky) will teach the first level and Dr. Christophe Rico (Polis Institute) will teach the second.

The enrollment fee for each course is $785. This does not include the cost of transportation to the University of Kentucky or the costs of lodging or meals. Participants in the course can stay in new and well‐equipped student housing on the campus for as little as $38 per night in a shared suite with another student. Daily meals can be had at a wide variety of eating establishments within walking distance of student housing.

All applicants will be notified about their places in the courses no later than 1 June, 2016. Those who wish to enroll in Greek Level I should buy the book Polis Speaking Ancient Greek on Amazon before the beginning of the course. Applications are now being accepted, and anyone wishing to apply for a place in either Greek Level I or Greek Level II should contact Professor Terence Tunberg (University of Kentucky) by email for further information: [email protected]


Terence Tunberg
[email protected]