Mortality: Facing Death in Ancient Greece
A four-week Summer Institute funded by NEH. The Institute encourages the study of mortality in ancient Greece as the basis for comparative study across cultures, disciplines, and historical periods.
Congratulations to UCSC Professor of Literature, Sharon Kinoshita, and Brian Catlos for receiving an NEH grant for 2015 Summer Institute for College and University Teachers, "Negotiating Identities in the Christian-Jewish-Muslim Mediterranean."Read More
Why study mortality in ancient Greece? “We are investigating the link between the quality of one’s life and the contemplation of one’s death in ancient […]Read More
UC Santa Cruz alumnus Cary Fukunaga has been nominated for an Emmy Award in the category of “Outstanding Director for a Drama Series” for the […]Read More