CLAS 4010: Problems in Greek History

(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as CLAS 60.1.
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3 classroom hours plus conference and independent research; 4 credits

A course on new directions and specific issues in ancient history, including but not limited to the development of Greek ideas about democracy and empire; sociopolitical changes; changes in the landscape and built environment; forms of government; development of religious, social, and political networks. Investigation of literary, epigraphic, numismatic, and archaeological source materials and the problems of interpretation. Emphasis on research methodologies.

Prerequisite: English 1012 [2] and at least sophomore standing; or permission of the chairperson.


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