Current Courses

The following is a selection only of graduate courses relating to the Ancient History and Mediterranean Archaeology program that are offered in the Spring 2023 semester. Click the links below to take you to the online schedule of classes for detailed and up-to-date information.

Department of Ancient Greek and Roman Studies (formerly Classics)

CLASSIC 200: Classics Proseminar - Mastronarde (MW 9:30-11am)

CLASSIC 202B: Survey of Latin Literature II - Sailor (TuTh 11am-12:30pm)

CLASSIC 239: Herodotus' Conversations - Kurke (M 2-5pm)

Department of Anthropology

ANTHRO 291: Professional Development in Archaeological Anthropology - Joyce (M 4-6pm)

ANTHRO 230 003: Materialities - Joyce (W 2-4pm)

ANTHRO 230 005: Human Paleoecology - Maher (W 10am-12pm)

Department of History

HIST 280A/285A: Problems in Archaic Greek History - Mackil (Th 1-4pm)

Department of History of Art

HISTART 290 / MELC 298 / AHMA 210: Demystifying Funerary Landscapes, Identities and Receptions in Egypt and Etruria - Lucarelli and Pieraccini (Th 2-5pm

Department of Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures (formerly Near Eastern Studies)

MELC 223: The Vibrancy of Animals, Plants, and Objects in the Ancient Middle East - Porter (W 2-5pm)

MELC 298 / AHMA 210 / HISTART 290: Demystifying Funerary Landscapes, Identities and Receptions in Egypt and Etruria - Lucarelli and Pieraccini (Th 2-5pm)

CUNEIF 200B: Advanced Akkadian - Pearce (W 2-5pm)

HEBREW 202B: Advanced Late Antique Hebrew Texts - Boyarin (Tu 2-5pm)

3D model of the coffin of Iwefaa

3D model of the coffin of Iwefaa. Image courtesy of Rita Lucarelli.