CLU22111 Greek History: Culture and Society in Archaic Greece
- Module Organiser:
- Dr. Shane Wallace
- Semester 1
- Contact Hours:
- 15 (11 lectures, 4 seminars)
- 5 ECTS
- 100% coursework (two written assignments)
- Course Open To:
- Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology; TJH Ancient History and Archaeology; Columbia Dual Degree; Ancient and Medieval History and Culture; Visiting; Open Module
CLU22113 Greek History (Culture and Society in Archaic Greece) with Project: This 10-ECTS version of the module includes a substantial element of independent research on a topic to be agreed with the module coordinator.
On successful conclusion of this module, students should be able to:
- Demonstrate sound knowledge of the history and geography of the Greek world.
- Analyse critically the primary textual sources relevant to the module.
- Identify and contextualise relevant forms of non-textual evidence (inscriptions, coins, archaeological material), and integrate them with textual sources.
- Evaluate the major theoretical approaches, debates and scholarship relevant to the module topic.
- Discuss the above, both orally and in writing, in a clear and scholarly manner.
- Work effectively in small groups.