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CLASS 244: The Golden Age of Rome

What made the last years of the Roman Republic and the early years of the Roman Empire "golden"? Students learn the answer by reading some of the finest Latin literature ever written, from epic to satire. They also do research with historical source materials. The course emphasizes the many ways in which ancient Rome has influenced and continues to influence Western culture. Offered alternate years. Counts toward ancient studies, classics, Greek, and Latin majors.

Ancient Studies

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...CLASS 241 Greek and Roman Myth CLASS 243 The Golden Age of Greece CLASS 244...

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...considerable freedom to choose classes that fulfill their...Christianities, for majors) NORW 244 The Sami: Traditions...

Latin American Studies

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...Interims in Cuba ( HIST 244 Collective Memory in...SOAN 264 Race and Class in American Culture...

American Studies

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...Media and Politics PSCI 244 Race and American...SOAN 264 Race and Class in American Culture...

Neuroscience

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...Philosophy of Mind PHIL 244 Philosophy of Science...0.5 credit dance classes must be taken...