Classics 500 Level

Graduate Level Courses

CLASS 500 - FOURTH-YEAR HONOURS TUTORIAL  *3 (0-3s-0)

Prerequiste: consent of the Department. Closed to Web registration.

**Come to the department main office to obtain the purple consent form required.

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F18 X64846 SEM A1 Individual Study *Closed to web registration 
W19  X89570  SEM B1  Individual Study *Closed to web registration

CLASS 501 - Research Methods and Resources in Classics *1 (0-1s-0)

 

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F18 68046 SEM A1 W 12:00-12:50  T 2 79 Harris, John


CLASS 505 - Topics in the Culture and Society of Greco-Roman Antiquity *3 (0-3s-0)

Prerequiste: consent of the Department. Closed to Web registration.

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W19 95611 SEM B1 W 14:00-16:50 T 2 32 Stewart, Selina


CLASS 515 - Topics in the Archaeology of Greece 
*3 (0-3s-0)

Prerequiste: consent of the Department. Closed to Web registration.

Title: The Archaeology of Death, Burial and Afterlife in the Ancient Greek World

Description: A fundamental element in human culture is the way we dispose of and commemorate our dead. This course will focus on the way the peoples living in the Ancient Greek world dealt with their dead; students will learn about a wide variety of burial rituals, the construction of tombs and commemorative monuments, and to what extent the world of the dead relates to the world of the living. Our course will start with discussing conceptual issues related to death and burial in which we will look into contemporary funerary culture. We will then proceed to assess the evidence from cemeteries dating to the Neolithic, Bronze Age, Early Iron Age, Archaic and Classical periods. Our studies will include the Royal graves at Mycenae, the Kerameikos cemetery in Athens and the Macedonian Royal tombs at Vergina.

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F18 71867 SEM A1 W 14:00-16:50 T B 104 Haagsma, Margriet


CLASS 516 - Topics in the Archaeology of the Roman Provinces *3 (0-3s-0)

Prerequiste: consent of the Department. Closed to Web registration.

Title: Britain in the Roman Era

Description:  Roman Britain or un-Roman Britain?  What was life like in Britain under Roman rule?  To what degree can we consider Britain to have been 'Romanized' during the first half of the first millennium?  Can Britain reasonably be called the fourth ‘Gallic’ province?  This course will address these questions using the framework of the ongoing debate about the process of cultural change in the Roman provinces. Topics to be studied will include military settlement, urban development, rural exploitation, religion and art.  The course will introduce students to a wide range of primary source material, both textual and material, and to some of the latest archaeological research being done in Britain.

 

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W19 95609 SEM B1 M 14:00-16:50 T B 104 Rossiter, Jeremy


CLASS 522 - Studies in Ancient History *3 (0-3s-0)

Prerequiste: consent of the Department. Closed to Web registration.

 

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F18 7869 SEM A1 M 14:00-16:50 T B 104 Kemezis, Adam


CLASS 599 - Individual Study *3 (0-3s-0)

Prerequiste: consent of the Department. Repeatable. Closed to Web registration.

**Come to the department main office to obtain the purple consent form required.

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F18 X65574 SEM A1 Individual Study *Closed to web registration
W19 X89840 SEM B1 Individual Study *Closed to web registration