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World Civilization in Greece

Experience the richness of the ancient Greeze and the modern Mediterranean world in this 14-day study abroad program. Walk in the footsteps of the ancients in Delphi and Athens, while you encounter the history and architecture of the classical world. Join in the buzzing energy of the market place in Greece's second largest city, Thessaloniki, while you experience the people and flavors of modern Greece. 

Join NWACC World History Professor, Sevin Gallo, and partner schools, Northampton Community College and Harrisburg Area Community College in Pennsylvania and Howard Community College in Maryland. 

Trip Itinerary

Approximately $4,269 includes:

  • Round trip air transportation (approximately $1,300)
  • Lodging and accommodations onsite
  • Admission to sites and attractions that are part of the program's curriculum
  • Project supplies and materials
  • Travel health and extraction insurance
  • Most meals are covered

  • New passport application fees (if applicable)
  • Visa fee (if applicable)
  • Tuition and fees
  • 3 hour World Civilization course (Spring) or 1 hour Global Studies course (Summer)
  • 3-5 meals on your own
  • Optional excursions
  • Immediate medical expenses

May 24 - June 7, 2019

Students enroll in World Civilization Spring Course (3 credits) or World Civilization Spring Course (1 credit).  Community members may audit (AU) with permission of the instructor.

Sevin Gallo
Dr. Sevin Gallo
Faculty Leader Trip: Greece
Assistant Professor of World Civilizations
Burns Hall 2225

Sevin teaches world history through the lens of food for the Honors Program. Her classes meet at Brightwater: A Center for the Study of Food, NWACC's new culinary school, and at local restaurants. In these non-traditional environments, students examine different historical processes while considering how food systems and food culture shape the human experience.

Sevin has a Ph.D. in Modern Middle East/World history from the University of Akron in Ohio. Her research focuses on gender, nationalism, popular culture, and state-formation in the Kurdish regions of the Middle East---particularly Turkey. She studied electronic media and journalism at the University of Cincinnati as an undergraduate. She transferred to Kent State University, and earned a B.A. and M.A. in European history. In addition to teaching world history, Sevin works as the Global Studies degree coordinator at NWACC, and she leads a study abroad program in Greece.