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CLASS 123: The Roman Animal

This course examines the complex and shifting relationship between human and non-human animals in the ancient Roman world. Through literary sources and artistic evidence, students explore the Roman view of animals and their use of them for food, entertainment, and companionship. The class discusses Roman attitudes toward the non-human animal "other" and the ethical implications of such attitudes, both in antiquity and today. All selections from Greek and Latin literature are read in English translation. Offered periodically during Interim. Counts toward ancient studies, classics, Greek, and Latin majors.

Ancient Studies

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...following: CLASS 123 The Roman Animal CLASS 124 The Many Faces of Homer CLASS 126...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...considerable freedom to choose classes that fulfill their...African-American Art ASIAN 123 Asia in America...

Japanese

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...interview) in upper division classes above JAPAN 231...in Comparative Perspectives ASIAN 123 Asia in America...

Chinese

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...interview) in upper-division classes above CHIN 231...in Comparative Perspectives ASIAN 123 Asia in America...