1000 Level Courses

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CS 1000: Ancient Greece and Rome (Olson-Section 001/ Lamari-Section 002) 
Although this course will necessarily include a brief historical outline, it is less concerned with battles and politics than with the cultural and social life and achievements of Greece and Rome. Among the topics to be considered are: magic, religion and philosophy and their inter-relationships; the aesthetic principles of the art and literature of the Greeks and Romans and their masterpieces of architecture, sculpture and painting, poetry and prose; the structure of society; the position of women; slavery; everyday life; sport; warfare; and medicine.
Antirequisite: The former CS 047
3 lecture hours; 1.0 course