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The 2024 edition of the Brazilian Summer School in Greece, which will take place between 2 and 14 for June, will focus on the study of the Macedonian Empire, famous for Alexander the Great, and one of the first and most significant globalized cultures of the ancient world. Using the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki as a base, participants will visit various sites in the city and surrounding regions to learn about the history, archeology and art of the ancient Macedonians in relation to the globalized Hellenistic and Roman world. The deadline for registration and submission of CV is February 10, 2024.

Themes explored will include the integration of cultures and the projection of power through images and monuments. Participants will also learn about the techniques that allow us to recreate this world at the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki through work in the laboratories that analyze ceramics and metallurgy and preserve papyri.

In this edition, 18 vacancies will be offered, requiring listening comprehension and oral communication in English, and the selection process consists of CV evaluation, cover letter, letter of recommendation and interview. In the first stage, candidates must register (link below) and send a one to two page CV (to the address for expression of interest. After the initial selection, interested parties will be contacted to send a cover letter and letter of recommendation. The choice of volunteers also includes an interview with researcher Erica Angliker, in which the candidate's suitability for the program will be assessed.

The event is organized by the IdEA Philology Theory Center at Unicamp, the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki, the University of Volos, Greece, and the Brazilian Embassy in Athens.

> Target audience: Students and researchers of archaeology, art, history and classics
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(From the editorial team with information from Guilherme Gorgulho)
Image: Reproduction IdEA website

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