[GLAM 202] Greek Civilization


What can a study of the ancient Greeks teach us about history, politics, philosophy, law, literature, gender, sexuality, and art? And how reliable are works of literature as historical sources? This course follows the birth and progression of Greek societies from the Bronze Age through the death of Alexander the Great. Students learn much about the Greeks, but are also challenged both to extract nuanced historical information from literary sources and to relate the ancient material of the course to modern day practices, ideas, and structures. Taught in English.

Course Title

Greek Civilization

Course Code

GLAM 202

Units

1

Fulfills Requirements

3B

Frequency

Offered fall term, even years.

Cross-Lists

Also listed as History 221.
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