Spring 2014 CLASSIC 239 002 SEM

Topics in Greek or Roman Literature, History, and C...
Section: 
002 SEM
Days and Time: 
Th 2-5P
Room: 
308C DOE LIBRARY
Units: 
2,4
Instructor: 
SAILOR, D
Final: 
NONE
Enrollment: 
Limit:20 Enrolled:7 Waitlist:0 Avail Seats:13 [on Oct 2, 2014]
Note: 
This seminar will consider the Tiberian books of Tacitus' Annals from a variety of perspectives and serve as an introduction to basic issues surrounding the interpretation of Roman historical writing. The first ten or so weeks of the semester will be devoted to reading and discussion while the final sessions will be reserved for participants presentation of their research.
Course Description: 

Select issues in ancient Greek and/or Roman literature or history or culture.

Texts: 
Title Author/Editor Publisher ISBN # Edition/Year Required?
Cornelii Taciti libri qui supersunt. Tomus I. Ab excessu divi Augusti Tacitus and Cornelius; ed. by H. Heubner De Gruyter 978-3598718335 2nd; 2013 Yes
The Annals Tacitus; trans. by A. J. Woodman Hackett 978-0872205581 2004 Yes

 

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