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Earlham student in GreeceThere are many ways of engaging with the ancient past beyond the traditional classroom. At Arcadia University in Athens, students can study Greek, Latin, archaeology, politics and art while living in the capital of modern Greece. Curious about what it’s like to live in Athens? Lan Phan ’20 made a short film to capture her experiences there.


 

Earlham student at Hadrian's WallIn the EPIC Advantage research experience, Hiking with Hadrian: Explorations of Border and Empire, students can hike all 84 miles of Hadrian’s Wall path in northern England, as they use digital storytelling techniques to investigate the politics of “place” and border walls. Cora Johnson ’19 used ArcGIS to create an interactive map of Hadrian’s Wall and the events surrounding it.


 

Earlham students in Greece The Materiality of Belief: Cognitive Archaeology and Ancient Greece is an EPIC Advantage research experience in which students visit archaeological sites and museums in Greece where they conduct collections-based research on ancient Greek artifacts in order to investigate how meanings and ideas were expressed in material culture.

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