Undergrads: Autumn 2017 – JSIS 488E

Greece: Ancient to Modern,
JSIS 488E | CLAS 496C
T/TH, 3:30-5:20, SMI 307

Course Description:
Instructors: Dr. Alexander Hollmann (hollmann@uw.edu) and Dr. Nektaria Klapaki (nklapaki@u.washington.edu).

How are Ancient and Modern Greece connected to each other? Learn about great moments in Ancient Greek culture (tyranny and democracy, tragedy and comedy, athletics and art) and the complex ways Modern Greece has drawn on this heritage by exploring ancient and modern texts and images.

For further information, contact clasdept@uw.edu.

We’ve made it a featured course in the Jackson School, here:
https://jsis.washington.edu/cwes-euc/new-fall-course-greece-ancient-modern/

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