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L’ICG travaille en étroite collaboration avec des membres institutionnels afin de permettre à des étudiants gradués et non-gradués de participer à un stage de formation de trois mois dans nos bureaux à Athènes.

 

Stagiaire de l’Université Wilfrid Laurier

Sarah Bidinosti
(Septembre à Décembre 2022)

Sarah Bidinosti is a fourth-year undergraduate student at Wilfrid Laurier University, majoring in Archaeology and Heritage Studies, with a minor in Criminology. Through her current studies, Sarah has developed an interest in working with human remains. She particularly enjoys analyzing the health of individuals as influenced by societal structures. Upon graduation, she intends to continue her education by pursuing bioarchaeology at a graduate level.

With the opportunity to work as an intern at the Canadian Institute in Greece, Sarah hopes to gain a first-hand experience working in the field of archaeology, beyond the preliminary research and excavation stages, in order to be well versed in the discipline. This placement will allow her to immerse herself in Greek culture, while learning about the history of Greek civilization and its people.

 

Stagiaire de l’Université de Waterloo

Aaron Westrik
(Septembre à Décembre 2022)

Aaron Westrik is a fourth year undergraduate student studying Classics at the University of Waterloo. His plan is to continue studying linguistics at the graduate level either continuing in the path of Classics or shifting his focus into Theological Studies.

His main interest in Classics comes from a fascination in linguistics, particularly Latin and Ancient Greek. In addition to these two he has also studied Hebrew for a year taking a couple of courses with McMaster University. His favourite texts thus far are from Hellenistic Poetry. With each poem having so much meaning and alluding to so many other classical works, they have such depth which makes them particularly enjoyable. Moreover, he appreciates that some of these texts are quoted in the New Testament connecting the Classical and Biblical worlds together.

Serving as an intern at the Institute is a great opportunity for Aaron to take in the sights and sounds of Greek culture. He plans to expand his knowledge of the Greek language connecting some of the Ancient Greek that he has already knows with the Modern Greek so visibly present all around Athens.

 

York University Intern

(Mai à Juillet 2023)