Courses: Political Action in Greek and Latin Literature (COMLH224B01)

Spring 2012

An examination of political action in classical literature as an avenue of ancient political thought. The course explores the ever-changing relationship between individual participation and the body politic in Greek and Roman epic, drama, history, and philosophy

Prerequisites: As with most of our 200 level courses in Classical Studies, this one has no prerequisites. My understanding (and this has come up at faculty meeting) is that this is not in fact a rule for 200-level courses in many departments.

Fulfills: HU III

Department

Comparative Literature (Web site)

Taught By

Staff

Meeting Times

TTh 11:30-1:00