Academic Calendar 2017/2018 - Selected Topics in Greek History and Culture (Honours)
CLAS 4416 Selected Topics in Greek History and Culture (Honours)
Prerequisites:CLAS 1006 plus three additional CLAS upper-level credits
Hours:Three hours of lecture per week for one term.
Description:This course, which is taught together with CLAS 3416, is an intensive examination of a specific topic in the social or cultural history of Ancient Greece not covered in other 3000 level courses chosen in conjunction with the interests of both students and faculty. Such topics might include but will not be limited to the origins and evolution of democracy in Greece, Greek science and medicine, the life and career of Alexander the Great, the Hellenistic monarchies, or the origins and evolution of Pan-Hellenism to name a few. The selected topics will vary from year to year and those enrolled in CLAS 4416 will be expected to submit a research proposal on a related topic and are required to enroll in CLAS 4427 where they must complete a major research project related to the selected topic.