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HIST 101: Ancient Warfare

This seminar examines the social and political role of warfare in ancient Greek and Roman history. Students investigate the concepts of war and peace by considering the role of the soldier within society, details of tactics and logistics, and the impact of warfare on both combatants and non-combatants alike. The seminar uses primary sources to examine these themes. Offered periodically. Counts toward ancient studies and classics majors.

American Studies

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...History HIST 165 Slavery in the Americas HIST...The Diaspora Experience AMCON 101 Declaring Independence, 1607...

Ancient Studies

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...231) HIST 101 Ancient Warfare HIST 190 Europe from the Ancients to the Renaissance HIST...

History

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...Level I: History Seminars Courses numbered HIST 101 - HIST 189 are seminars open only to...

Media Studies

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...English) HIST 182 America Since 1945 HIST 290...ENGL 296 Screenwriting FILM 101 Introduction to Film...