Syllabus CC 301 - CC 301: Introduction to Ancient Greece...

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CC 301: Introduction to Ancient Greece The University of Texas at Austin Spring 2007 Meets: MWF 1:00 - 2:00 UTC 2.102A Unique number: 31915 Instructor: Marie-Claire Beaulieu Office: Waggener Hall, 14C Office Hours: MWF 2-3 Email: marieclaireb@mail.utexas.edu Teaching Assistant: Stephen Foy Office: Waggener Hall, 14B Email: sfoy@mail.utexas.edu Required textbooks -H.D. Amos and A.G.P.Lang, These Were the Greeks , Chester Springs, 1982. (available at the University Coop on Guadalupe) -Course Packet: available at the copying center in Welch Hall Course objectives This course will present an overview of all aspects of ancient Greece: geography, history, archaeology, art, and literature. Students will learn to master the basic notions that will allow them to pursue further studies in the fields of Classics, history, art history, literature, and philosophy. Students will be required to prepare for each class: readings will be assigned each time in the course manual and in the course packet. Grading 2 exams: 35% each: Midterm: March 23 rd , Final: May 4 th Short essay questions (due in April: exact date TBA): 30% Religious Holidays Students can make up work missed for a religious holiday if they notify the instructor ahead of time. If you know that you will miss class or an exam for a religious holiday, notify me as early as possible in the semester so that we can make arrangements. Scholastic dishonesty
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Syllabus CC 301 - CC 301: Introduction to Ancient Greece...

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