Duke University

Classical Languages

Duke University
In Durham (USA)

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Durham (USA)
Start 01/09/2020
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Durham (USA)
  • Start:
    01/09/2020
Description

Students pursuing the Classical Languages major will take a combination of Latin, Greek and Classical Studies courses.

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Location

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Durham (USA)
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Durham, Carolina del Norte 27708, EE. UU., 27708

Starts

01 Sep 2020Now taking bookings

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What you'll learn on the course

Art
Classics
Archaeology
Latin
Greek

Course programme

FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR: THE ANCIENT MIND
FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR: IMPERIAL WOMEN
PRINCIPLES ARCHAEOLOGY
CLASSICS OF PAGE AND SCREEN
GREEK HISTORY
GREEK AND ROMAN LAW
EARLY GREEK ARCHAEOLOGY
ANCIENT SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
ELEMENTARY GREEK
ELEMENTARY LATIN
REFRESHER LATIN
First-Year Seminar
Age of Warriors: Pre-Roman and Italian Archaeology
Principles of Archaeology
Classical Etymology: The Greek and Latin Roots of English
Liberty and Equality: Ancient and Modern Perspectives
Birth of the West: Thinking about the Greek Origins of Western Civilization
Greek Civilization
Roman Civilization
Ancient and Medieval Epic
Classics of Page and Screen: Exploring the Iconic in Literature and Film
Ancient Myth
Virtual Museums: Theories and Methods of 21st-Century Museums
Etruscans: Myth, Archaeology and Civilization
Representations of Women in the Classical World
Roman Archaeology: Origins to Empire
Art and Archaeology of Ancient Athens
The Art of Greece and Rome
Ancient Athletics
Greek and Roman Religion
Gender and Sexuality in the Ancient World
History of Ancient Philosophy
The Birth of Reason in Ancient Greece
Democracy: Ancient and Modern
Roman Political Thought and Its Modern Legacy
Greek History
Roman History
Special Topics in Classical Studies
Duke-Administered Study Abroad: Special Topics in Classical Studies
Duke-Administered Study Abroad: Special Topics in Classical Studies
Independent Study
Research Independent Study
Introduction to Landscape Archaeology and Cultural Landscapes
Drama of Greece and Rome
Greek and Roman Law
Ancient Greek Notions of Justice
Self-Knowledge and the Pursuit of Wisdom
Mediterranean Cultures (Study Abroad)
Rome: History of the City
The Ancient City
Art and Archaeology
Political, Social, and Cultural Context
Conservation and Management of the Material Heritage
Early Greek Archaeology: From the Fall of Mycenae to the Persian Wars
Classical Sculpture
Classical Greek Archaeology, Archaic to Classical
The Aegean Bronze Age
Roman Spectacle
Roman Coinage: The Materiality of an Ancient Economy
The History of the Book
Ancient Science and Technology
Inventing Sickness: The Science and Practice of Medicine in Ancient Greece
The Afterlife of Classics
Aristotle
Capstone Seminars in Classical Studies
Capstone Research Seminars in Classical Studies
Special Topics in Classical Studies
Independent Study
Research Independent Study
Greek History from the Bronze Age to the fifth century BCE
Greek History: Fifth Through First Centuries BC
The Roman Republic
Roman History from Romulus to Augustus
The Roman Empire
Roman History from Augustus through Late Antiquity
Roman Coinage: The Materiality of the Roman Economy
Greek Art and Society: Archaic To Classical
Greek Art: Hellenistic to Roman
The Archaeology of Death: Ritual and Social Structure in the Ancient World
Introduction to Digital Archaeology
Ancient Spain and Portugal: the Roman Provinces of the Iberian Peninsula
Roman Provincial Archaeology: The West
Principles of Pre-Roman and Etruscan Archaeology
Principles of Roman Archaeology
Greek Archaeology Survey, Part 1
Greek Archaeology Survey, Part 2
Roman Topography: Urban Life and Cityscapes in Ancient Rome
Live Images: Ancient and Medieval Representations of the Divine
Etruscan Cities
Toleration, Freedom of Conscience, and Religious Liberty
The Legacy of Greece and Rome
Ancient Political Philosophy
Plato
Aristotle
Proseminar: Introduction to Classical Studies
Special Topics in Greek Art
Special Topics in Greek Archaeology
Special Topics in Roman Archaeology
Special Topics in Classical Studies

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