CLA 160H: Introduction to Classical Studies Spring 2008[class webpage at UofT Blackboard] SYLLABUS M W F 12:00-1:00 Northrop Frye 003 Jonathan Burgess Department of Classics, 125 Queen's Park Crescent (across from the ROM), rm. 123b [email protected]; Office Hours: MF 10-11:30 REQUIRED READING: Available for purchase at the U of T Bookstore on St. George; Nagle, The Ancient World. A Social and Cultural History, 6th ed. Nagle and Burstein, The Ancient World. Readings in Social and Cultural History, 2nd ed. —there will be further required reading and viewing at the class webpage, as directed EVALUATION: Your grades will necessarily reflect your attendance, since class lectures organize, coordinate, explain, and add to the variety of information in the assigned readings. quiz: 5% Objective, short-answer questions. 1/2 hour in class. term test: 30% Mix of short objective questions, one brief essay. in-class essay: 25% based on independent work in the Readingstextbook. See hand-out.
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