Study of the major developments, achievements, and contradictions in Greek culture from the Bronze Age to the 4th century BCE.
Investigation of the main achievements and tensions in Roman culture from Romulus to the High Empire.
The society, culture, values and outlook on life of the ancient Greeks as expressed in their mythology; their views on life, birth, marriage, death, sex and sexuality; on culture and civilization, the origin and meaning of the world.
Through this field school students will participate in archaeological excavation and museum study in Greece at the site of Nemea and the Classical Sanctuary of Zeus.
Designed for anyone who wishes to acquire reading knowledge of ancient Greek; replaces 2+ semesters of traditional study.
Designed for anyone who wishes to acquire reading knowledge of Latin; replaces 2+ semesters of traditional study.