Monthly Archives: March 2011
|March 23, 2011||Posted by admin under Sunoikisis News||
Sunoikisis will pay the participation fees for this student, which covers the cost of the educational program, accommodations and most meals.
Airfare to and from Athens, train fare to and from Corinth, certain weekend meals, and incidental expenses are the student’s responsibility. He or she will receive a stipend of $1,300 to help cover these costs.
|March 18, 2011||Posted by admin under Sunoikisis News||
The Sunoikisis Undergraduate Research Symposium will take place April 29, at the Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington, DC. Click here to view the schedule and read the abstracts of the papers selected for the symposium. This year SURS is held in conjunction with the Center for Hellenic Studies’ Research Symposium. It will feature talks […] Read more…
|March 15, 2011||Posted by admin under Student Chronicle||
The Grand Finale of Sunoikisis’ Action Athena Web Comic Series! Athena reflects on the events of her tenure at the college library. Hope you all enjoyed the series! A big thank you to Athena Currier to her work in creating this series. To read more of Athena’s comics visit www.actionathena.com. Read more…
|March 11, 2011||Posted by admin under Sunoikisis News||
We are happy to announce Benjamin Acosta-Hughes, Professor of Greek at The Ohio State University will be the course development seminar consultant for Sunoikisis’ fall Hellenistic poetry course. Professor Acosta-Hughes is a leading expert on the poetry of the Hellenistic epoch and made his reputation with his first book, Polyeideia: The Iambi of Callimachus and […] Read more…
|March 7, 2011||Posted by admin under Student Chronicle||
Food Fight! Athena joins the battle as the drama escalates over Patrick’s fateful apple pie decision when Henrietta’s husband, Professor Melvin Von Sparta, brings some allies… About the Sunoikisis’ Action Athena Webcomic Series: “Action Athena” is created and drawn by Athena Currier. Each week the series features a re-imagination of Athena myths–and influenced by a bit of […] Read more…