[GLAM 343] Roman Laughter and Society
Exploration of the comic as a critical key to social history and the Roman mind. Approaches to the intersection of humor and society: how the comedic illustrates and reveals issues of class structure and social ethics, personality and stereotype, power politics and statesmanship. Possible authors include Plautus, Horace, Juvenal, Martial, Seneca, and Petronius.
Roman Laughter and Society
Prerequisite: Greek, Latin, and Ancient Mediterranean Studies 141 or consent of instructor.