Classics 004. Late Antiquity (4 units)

imageClassics 004. Late Antiquity (4 units)
Mike Chin

Lecture:
TR 12:10-1:30P
204 Art Building

Disc. Sec. Disc. Lead Day/Time Room CRN
  01   TBA   T 4:10-5:00P   116 Veihmeyer Hall   27612
  02   TBA   T 5:10-6:00P   116 Veihmeyer Hall   27613
  03   TBA   R 4:10-5:00P   116 Veihmeyer Hall   27614
  04   TBA   R 5:10-6:00P   116 Veihmeyer Hall   27615

Course Description: History and culture of the Roman and Byzantine empires from the third to the eighth century. Transformation of the classical Mediterranean world through political and cultural interactions, rise of Christianity and Islam, beginning of the medieval period in Europe.

Prerequisite: None.

GE credit (New): Arts & Humanities, World Cultures and Writing Experience.

Format: Lecture - 3 hours; Discussion - 1 hour.

Textbooks:

  • Peter Jenny, The Artist's Eye  (Princeton Architectural Press, 2012)
  • Averil Cameron, The Later Roman Empire  (Harvard University Press, 2011)