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«Languages in Europe and their diachronies. Explore the past & present of European languages and advance your knowledge on modern theoretical approaches to the study of ancient languages».  

«Languages in Europe and their diachronies» is a blended-learning programme that consists of an intensive online winter school (February 2021), an online workshop and an intensive summer school that will take place on the island of Naxos, Cyclades, Greece (July 2021).

This CIVIS course is opened to advanced Bachelor students (with knowledge of at least two ancient/medieval languages), Master students and Phd students studying in the fields of Linguistics, Languages (Classical Languages - Medieval, Modern European Languages), History, Archaeology, Classics or Medieval Literature.

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Sacred Sounds, Sacred Spaces: Curso CIVIS para nuestros estudiantes de Máster y Doctorado. Coorganiza: prof. Luis Calero ( Clases teóricas on line y prácticas presenciales en Grecia (Atenas y Delfos).


CIVIS summer school entitled “Sacred Sounds, Sacred Spaces” is a highly innovative educational module that explores the interplay between music, sound and space in relation to the experience of sacredness in historical and synchronic perspectives. It is organized jointly by the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, the University of Tübingen and the University of Glasgow and will take place at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. This module draws its core methods and analytical concepts from the fields of sound studies and soundscape and applies them in historical research on auditory perception, and in the creative reconstruction of auditory perception in the present. The module covers a broad historical period from Antiquity to the present and focuses selectively on sacred liturgical spaces and the music and sound practices they hosted in the East Mediterranean, Central and North Europe. Main topics addressed: Ancient/Medieval music and sounding spaces; Acoustic ecology and ecological aesthetics: human and natural soundscapes as compositional context; Living the acousmatic: immersive sound and virtual acoustics in performance.

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