The use of classical and antiquity-related themes in modern cinematography has become a popular field of research in humanities in the recent decades. This semester, CYA students have the opportunity to explore such themes in our casual and fun series of Ancient World & Film Movie Nights held at the Academic Center Cafeteria Lounge.
We are pleased to host the lecture by Thomas W. Gallant, Professor of Modern Greek History and Archaeology at the University of California, CYA Alumnus (’76) and member of our Board of Advisors : Murder on Black Mountain: Love and Death on a Nineteenth Century Greek Island on Monday 13 March at 7:00 p.m.
CYA will be hosting the first of it’s series of public lectures for 2017: “Bronze Age and Archaic Boeotia: New Research at Ancient Eleon” by Brendan Burke Associate Professor and Department Chair of Greek and Roman Studies at the University of Victoria and CYA Alumnus 1989.
On October 5-7 CYA was delighted to host The Forum on Education Abroad 3rd European conference Living Change: Education Abroad in 21st Century Europe. We welcomed 350 education abroad administrators and faculty from across Europe, as well as their colleagues from the U.S. who work with European programs and universities.
CYA is a not-for-profit educational institution that has been offering semester, academic year, and summer study abroad programs in Greece for over 5 decades. We offer students an academically outstanding program of studies combined with the vibrant experience of day-to-day contact with the people, monuments, and landscape of Greece and the Mediterranean.