Ancient History: Greece

Summer Session 2020: June 1-August 18

Description

Political and cultural developments in the Greek world from the time of the Trojan War through its transformations under Alexander the Great, and later, the Roman Empire. The "Classical" periods of the city-states Athens and Sparta are our particular focus. Key themes include transitions in economics, literature, art and architecture, society, and the various ways in which Hellenism spread throughout the Mediterranean.

Class Notes

Greece travel course. Application and $450 deposit due by March 13, see https://rce.csuchico.edu/passport for details. Requires additional enrollment in HIST 498.

Class Details

Location

OFFC TBA

Class Registration Information

Class #
1025
Course
HIST 301 -
SECT 101
Units
3
Fees
Flat Fee
  • $297
Amount per Unit
  • $300 / unit
Class Meeting Dates

06/03/2020 - 07/06/2020

Days

M-U

Times

8:00am5:00pm

HIST 301 - SECT 101

Ancient History: Greece

Class: 1025 Units: 3 Fees: $1,197.00

M-F 06/03/2020 - 07/06/2020 M-U 8:00am5:00pm

Political and cultural developments in the Greek world from the time of the Trojan War through its transformations under Alexander the Great, and later, the Roman Empire. The "Classical" periods of the city-states Athens and Sparta are our particular focus. Key themes include transitions in economics, literature, art and architecture, society, and the various ways in which Hellenism spread throughout the Mediterranean.

Class Notes

Political and cultural developments in the Greek world from the time of the Trojan War through its transformations under Alexander the Great, and later, the Roman Empire. The "Classical" periods of the city-states Athens and Sparta are our particular focus. Key themes include transitions in economics, literature, art and architecture, society, and the various ways in which Hellenism spread throughout the Mediterranean.

Location
OFFC TBA