ARCH 0420 Archaeologies of the Greek Past
From Bronze Age palaces to the Acropolis in Athens and on the trail of Alexander the Great, this course explores the ancient Greek world through archaeology—using art, architecture, and everyday objects to learn about ancient Greek society, from the monumental to the mundane. It also considers how we experience ancient Greece today, including questions about archaeological practice, the antiquities trade, and cultural heritage. WRIT.
Instructor: Fotini Kondyli
Teaching assistant:Müge Durusu
Meets: MWF 1:00-1:50, Rhode Island Hall 108
Prerequisites: None. Students are responsible for doing the assigned reading before class and hand in their assignments on time. Students are also expected to comply with Brown’s Code of Student conduct (http://www.brown.edu/Student_Services/Office_of_Student_Life/judicial_affairs/randr/conduct_standards.html).
Printable Syllabus Spring 2014 Syllabus.pdf