HI_307_2007 - HI 307: The Roman World Spring Semester 2007...

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HI 307: The Roman World Spring Semester 2007 Instructor:   Marc   Kleijwegt;   Humanities   Building   5219;  [email protected] Teaching   Assistants:   Casey   Stark;   [email protected] ;   James   Matenaer;  [email protected] Tuesday/Thursday 11:00-12:15. 5208 Social Sciences
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Course Description The emphasis in this lecture course will be on the social, economic and cultural history of Rome. Evidence from the second and first century BC will be included for discussion, but the main focus will be on the more abundant material from the first and second century AD, the period known as the Principate. The first part of the course – week 2 to 5 – will focus on the Roman Empire, and will analyze how it was ruled and how it worked. The second part – week 6 to 12 – will focus on the people inhabiting the Roman Empire, their religious attitudes and their social behavior and codes of conduct. From week 12 to week 14 the focus will be on the Roman economy. Weekly reading
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course HIST 307 taught by Professor Kleijwegt during the Spring '07 term at University of Wisconsin Colleges Online.

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