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2023-2024 Catalog

Ancient Mediterranean Studies


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Ancient Mediterranean Studies

Associate Professor Trautmann (Chair); Professors Butera, Holland Goldthwaite, Hook, Mills; Assistant Professor Taylor



The Ancient Mediterranean Studies major will give the student as complete a background as possible in the Greco-Roman cultural spheres of the ancient Mediterranean, with a strong emphasis on their modern contextualization. Ancient Mediterranean Studies majors can acquire the linguistic skills necessary to read original Greek and Latin texts as well as competence in topics that range from ancient history, daily life, and art and archaeology, to religion, sexuality, social issues, identities (including race, gender, and social class), and the modern reception of the ancient world. Interested students may also pursue teacher licensure in Latin. The Ancient Mediterranean Studies major is inherently interdisciplinary, provides excellent general intellectual training, and does not limit the student to any one future career.

Ancient Mediterranean Studies Department Programs

Ancient Mediterranean Studies

Programs

 

Courses

    Ancient Mediterranean StudiesAncient Mediterranean Studies - Topical CoursesAncient Mediterranean Studies - Special TopicsAncient Mediterranean Studies - GreekAncient Mediterranean Studies: Greek - Topical CoursesAncient Mediterranean Studies: Greek - Special TopicsAncient Mediterranean Studies - HebrewAncient Mediterranean Studies - LatinAncient Mediterranean Studies: Latin - Topical CoursesAncient Mediterranean Studies: Latin - Special Topics

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