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Master
Classics and Ancient Civilizations
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Curious to find out if the Master's in Classics and Ancient Civilizations really suits you? Find out through the information and activities below.

Spotlight on a course: Great Debates

Which role does 'the East' play in the formation of classical Greek civilisation? Is gender a useful category of historical analysis for the ancient world? What can the study of pilgrimage tell us about lived experiences in the ancient world? Each of these themes is topic of fierce debate between ancient historians and archaeologists. These debates will be central to this course. Using these debates, we will deal with methodical and theoretical questions, and come to grips with the difficulties of interpreting different types of source material.

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Master's Classics and Ancient Civilizations explained

In this video the teacher and students of the programme explain in less than 5 minutes how this programme is structured and what the unique aspects are.

Vincent:

'Do not be put off by distractions such as career prospects, but follow your heart! Every university programme will – in theory – professionally prepare you for a life as a decent citizen in our society and will teach you more than enough skills which will be useful on the (international) job market.'

Prof. Jan Willem van Henten:

'Students are able to participate actively in the unique research environment of the Amsterdam Centre for Ancient Studies and Archaeology, which is an incredibly stimulating opportunity for us all.'