The Londinium Summer School

Boudicca statue

The Londinium Summer School

15-19 and 22-26 July 2019 

Institute of Classical Studies, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU

The Londinium Summer School offers a series of five-day courses for adult learners on different aspects of Greek and Roman antiquity, from Greek tragedy to the archaeology of Roman London. Taught out of the Institute of Classical Studies, a national centre for research, these intensive courses do not require a knowledge of Greek or Latin. Those enrolled on the courses will also be able to make use of one of the world’s greatest libraries. Courses maybe taken for pleasure or MA level credits, or both.

Provisional list of courses (to be confirmed)

15-19 July 2019

Roman London 

Greek tragedy – text, film, performance

Ovid and his afterlife

22-26 July 2019

Troy – reality and myth

Greek art in British collections

Roman games

The fee for the Londonium Summer School is £650 for one week (£520 concessions), which includes the provision of documentary material, sandwich lunches and coffee and tea. There is a further charge of £150 per course for students who wish to be assessed for credit offered by the University of London.

Booking details to follow.