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Classicism & Romanticism In French Art & Thought; An Online Course And Field Study Experience

Imagine exploring ancient Athens and modern Paris with other international students!

If you are a mature, self-motivated student with an interest in art, architecture, design or European History, and if you like to travel, read on:

This course, combining an online learning experience with a rich field study experience in Athens and Paris, has been created by the instructors, Ms. Kathleen Jasonides and Ms. Amalia Zavacopoulou, as an opportunity for an international group of students to research and study firsthand the influence of Classical Greek civilization on European art and thought in the 18th to 20th centuries.

To request an application, contact Ms. Marietta Garbis, IIC Office, Theater at ACS Athens lobby or at or 210-6393-200 ext. 302.

Itinerary, Costs, Important Dates

Cost for ACS Athens students: €1400


  • R/T airfare Athens-Paris
  • Airport transfers
  • Excursions to Versailles and Chartres
  • Hotel with breakfast in Paris
  • Excursions in Athens
  • Some museum entrance fees
  • Course credit (1⁄2 ACS Arts or elective credit on the transcript)

Field study portion:
March 17 - 24, 2018

Tour the ancient center of Athens, the Acropolis, the New Acropolis Museum. Fly to Paris to study the great works of art in the Louvre, Orsay, Rodin, Pompidou, and Cluny Museums. Explore the Latin Quarter and Montmartre. Visit Notre Dame, the Eiffel Tower, and important historical sites. Enjoy a concert in beautiful, historic Sainte Chapelle. Experience Versailles and Chartres. Sample French food and Parisian life. Document your experience in a field study notebook.

Online portion
Nov. 14, 2017 - April 30, 2018

Complete selected digital readings. View online videos. Participate in online discussion groups. Explore selected websites related to the field study portion of the course. Learn to organize a field study notebook and develop a working vocabulary of terms relevant to the field study.

Culminating activities to earn credit
by April 30, 2018

Contribute to a collaborative project, submit a complete field study notebook documenting and reflecting upon the field study experience and complete a digital survey giving feedback on the course.

View the program in pdf


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