The ancient world of the Mediterranean, West Asia, and western Europe is currently studied either by archaeologists, or by ancient historians, or by researchers specialized in the Greek or Latin or Near Eastern languages. However, we believe that – in addition to solid, in-depth research – thematic research integrating all these fields of study generates important new insights and opens up entirely new paths in research. We combine the best of two worlds, both by offering these two different approaches and by cooperating closely with our colleagues of the University of Amsterdam (the best of two universities!).
|Language||Dutch / English|
|Faculty||Faculty of Humanities|
both 1st and 2nd year students with the subjects Interdisciplinary
Theme-Ethnicity (6 ec) and one Specialization module or tutorial (6 ec)
All students have to follow courses for at least 10 ec at one of the
die worden aangeboden in de eenjarige masters van de afdeling Oudheid
van de VU en andere randstedelijke universiteiten (UL, UvA). Daarnaast
kunnen studenten onderdelen volgen bij andere afdelingen en/of
faculteiten, onder voorbehoud van goedkeuring door de examencommissie.