Study of monuments and topographical archaeology of southern Italy and Sicily. Readings include primary sources and analyses of excavated material.
See ARTH 4368 for course information.
See ARTH 4369 for course information.
Various texts to be read (in translation) are selected to meet the needs of the student. With content changed, this course may be repeated up to a total of six semester hours.
Introduction to the history, tools and resources, and main methods of research of the discipline of classics. In addition, the course provides an overview of the major subdisciplines of classical studies such as ancient history, epigraphy, papyrology, archaeology, and numismatics.
Specific topics in the history of ancient Greece and Rome and related fields with attention to the methodologies of ancient historical inquiry. May be taken five times, provided topics change.
Supervised research for final project.
Supervised research for master’s thesis.