CLST 1003: INTRODUCTION TO CLASSICAL STUDIES, GREECE
We will have class three days a week, and for each class there will be a reading assignment. For each reading assignment there will be a set of study questions.
Students are required to type answers to the study questions that end in the same number as the last digit of their student identification. For instance, if the last digit of my ID is "3", I would have to hand in answers to study questions #3, 13, 23, 33, etc. for each day's assignment.
The purpose of these questions is to ensure that everyone has read the assignment and therefore can get the most out of our meetings and can participate actively in class discussion. These written responses should be typed. Please, come to class prepared with these written responses. You may add material to your typed answers during class. However, I WILL NOT ACCEPT LATE ANSWERS.
Study Questions for Beard and Henderson: CLASSICS: A VERY SHORT INTRODUCTION
Study Questions for Thomas R. Martin: ANCIENT GREECE
Study Questions for Stanley Lombardo, THE ESSENTIAL HOMER
Study Questions for Blanco/Roberts HERODOTUS THE HISTORIES
Study Questions for Woodruff: THUCYDIDES ON JUSTICE POWER AND HUMAN NATURE
Study Questions for Meineck, AESCHYLUS ORESTEIA
Study Questions for Woodruff, EURIPIDES BACCHAE
Study Questions for Meineck, ARISTOPHANES I
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