CLAS200 Introduction to Classical Studies
Department of Classics
The general aim of this
to survey current topics in the
provide an overview of research models and resources available to the
undergraduate student of the Classics.
Class will meet for 75 minutes
on TTh, 3:30-4:45 in the Capron Classics Room. During this time
there will be discussion
of assigned readings and occasional
student reports. Attendance at various classics lectures and events during the
semester is also required.
Attendance and participation counts 15% toward your grade
List of Assignments
Gould Manuscript Project (preliminary
version due Oct. 31; final version plus presentation,
originally due Nov. 7,
now Nov. 14)
counts 30% of your final grade.
Summary paper on Beard and Henderson
Nov. 14, now Nov. 21)
Summary paper on
12 Greeks and Romans (Dec. 11)
4.) Seminar reflection (Dec. 14)
Assignments 2-4 each count 10% of your final grade.
There are regular short assignments, including:
Archaeology Lecture Paper (Nov.
3. Timeline (due Nov.
Oral Resource Reports on
12GR (Nov. 19, 21, 26, Dec. 3
and Dec. 5)
Resume 1st Draft
Revised Resume (Dec. 5)
The average of these short assignments counts
25% of your final grade.
Some Nifty Classics Webites /
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Grading Summary /
Grading Scale /
Expectations / Academic
Honesty / Writing Center
/ Teaching and
Learning Center /
Academic Calendar / Caveat
Mary Beard and John Henderson
CLASSICS: A Very Short Introduction
Oxford University Press, USA
Pub. Date: April 2000
||Richard, Carl J..
Twelve Greeks and
Romans Who Changed the World
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