Each student will pursue a semester-long project which
combines individual reflection and scholarly research
in pursuit of a personal definition sacred space. This project must
include a comparison of one sacred place examined in the course with
another major sacred place from outside the ancient Greco-Roman world
and significant reflection on ways that these sacred places compare with
your own views of sacred space. Preparation for this project must include
primary (ancient) and secondary (scholarly)
analysis of material
original work (personal reflection)
for this project is due around mid-semester. See
individualized project guidelines
for additional suggestions about choosing a topic and
completing this assignment.
For additional information and
guidelines about this assignment see
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for Individualized Projects.
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