Courses

WINTER 2011 

Art History 20

Art of Ancient Egypt & the Ancient Near East

Classical Studies 11

Topics in Greek and Roman Social and Economic History: Greek and Roman Engineering and Technology

Classical Studies 19 = History 94.7

Methods and Theory in Ancient History

Classical Studies 22

Greek Classical Archaeology: City-States and Pan-Hellenic Sanctuaries

SPRING 2011

Art History 22

Greek Art: Late Classical to Hellenistic

Art History 17.2 = Jewish Studies 41

Art and Archaeology of Israel: From Prehistory to the Roman period

Classical Studies 25

Early Roman Imperial Archaeology: The First Emperors

FALL 2011

Art History 1

Introduction to Art History I

Art History 21

Greek-Prehistoric to Classical

Art History 85

Senior Seminar in Art Historical Theory and Method

Classical Studies 5

The Heroic Vision: Epics of Greece and Rome

WINTER 2012

Art History 25 

Roman Art

Classical Studies 18 = History  94.6

History of the Roman Empire: Roman Principate to Christian Empire

Classical Studies 11

Sports and Democratization

SPRING 2012

Anthropology 5

Reconstructing the Past: Introduction to Archaeology

Classical Studies 26 

Later Roman Imperial Archaeology: The Golden Age and Beyond

FALL 2012

Art History 1

Bodies and Buildings: Introduction to the History of Art in the Ancient World and the Middle Ages

Classical Studies 6

Introduction to Classical Archaeology

WINTER 2013

Art History 17.1

Ancient Art and Myth

Art History 30

Early Christian Art

Classical Studies 1

Antiquity Today: An Introduction to Classical Studies

Classical Studies 14 = History 94.3

Greek History: Archaic and Classical Greece

Classical Studies 22

Greek Classical Archaeology: City-States and Panhellenic Sanctuaries

SPRING 2013

Art History 16.1

The Mediterranean City: Second to Sixth Centuries

Art History 20

The Art of Ancient Egypt and the Ancient Near East

Classical Studies 11.1

Greek and Roman Engineering and Technology

Classical Studies 17 = History 94.5

Roman History: The Republic

Classical Studies 25

Early Roman Imperial Archaeology: The First Emperors

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