The Summer School in Homer is the only UK Summer School to specialise in Homer and will be celebrating its fifth year this coming summer. The Summer School will be taking place from Monday 23rd July to Friday 27th July 2018 at University College London. There will be four classes each day as well as lectures, screenings and readings between 10.30 and 16.30. We welcome students of all levels of Greek, with classes tailored to suit beginners, intermediate and advanced learners. This year we have added five new modules: Homer in Translation and his Legacy in Rome, Philosophy and Homer, Linear B, Papyrology and Homer and Latin Palaeography and Homer, as well as a very exciting Ceramics workshop. The cost of the course is £120 and it is non-residential.
New for 2018, the Summer School is offering the exciting opportunity to study Homer at the Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation. This will take place in Nicosia, Cyprus, from Sunday 28th July to Thursday 2nd August 2018. The course is comprised of three days of classes (between 10.30 a.m. and 4 p.m.) and two days of archaeological visits (Kourion, Kouklia & Kato Paphos), as well as lectures and screenings. The course fee is £120 and it is non-residential. Travel should be independently arranged.
For students wishing to attend the course in Cyprus, attendance at the Summer School at UCL is encouraged but not required. Both application forms (to be returned no later than Monday 16th July 2018) and further information may be obtained from our website: