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HIST 302: Greek Civilization

Students study the emergence and development of Greek civilization from the early Bronze Age through the Hellenistic period, concentrating on such topics as the Homeric Age, Greek colonization of the Mediterranean basin, Athens' evolution from democratic city-state to imperialist power, the Golden Age of Athens, social and intellectual trends and Alexander. May be repeated if topic is different. Offered periodically. Counts toward ancient studies, classics, and Greek majors.
Prerequisite: HIST 203 or permission of instructor.

Ancient Studies

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...HIST 205 Ancient: Near East HIST 299 Topics in History HIST 302 Greek Civilization HIST...

Chinese

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...Modern China HIST 250 Chinese Civilization HIST 251...language courses (above CHIN 302) and/or courses...

Japanese

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...Japan (abroad) HIST 252 Japanese Civilization HIST 253...language courses above JAPAN 302) and/or III...

Management Studies

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...Media HIST 193 Modern Latin America HIST 222...Year Chinese I CHIN 302 Third-Year Chinese...

Medieval Studies

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...Synthesis HIST 111 Viking and Medieval Scandinavia HIST...Religion and Community REL 302 History of Christian...