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GREK 210. Herodotus (.5, 1). Delineation of the Herodotean view of history. The interaction of personal motive and social movement. The historian as reporter and interpreter, as ethnologist and sociologist, as entertainer, moralist, and artist. (5T) Prerequisite: Greek 105 or equivalent.
GREK 396. Teaching Assistant Research (.5). Course and curriculum development projects with faculty.