HIST 3624 – From Alexander to Cleopatra

An exploration of the Greek and Roman experience during the period 336-31 B.C. Its primary objective is to examine the interplay between cultures in a historical context. Topics for discussion include the creation of identity, patterns of cultural assimilation, equity within and between societies, civil-military relations, and the use and abuse of propaganda. Prerequisite: HIST 1014 and FYS 1104. (Pre-Modern field) IV; V