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Roman Civilization

Ancient Rome produced great works of literature, art, and architecture, and was the model for the American Republic. Yet its people enjoyed the blood sports of the arena and engaged in the ruthless conquest and subjugation of much of the Mediterranean world. This course explores the history and culture of this seemingly contradictory civilization, from its origins as an Etruscan kingdom through the rise of the Republic and its transition into Empire. Through a critical and integrated analysis of literary and material culture, students develop a picture of what it meant to be Roman, and consider what it might mean to see ourselves as the inheritors of a Roman tradition. Taught in English.

Course Number

GLAM 204 C1

Course Number (Cross Listing 1)

HIST 222 C1

Instructor

Walsh, Lisl A.

Code(s)

3B,C

Credits

1.00

Course Format

hybrid

Course Format Description

Class will meet in-person in smaller groups maximum 2x/week; other meetings will be remote. Synchronous/asynchronous meetings, assignments and assessment will depend on the location and preferences of students.

Time Slot

Mid Afternoon

Module

2

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