Units of study

ANHS3611 - Research Issues in Roman Studies

Semester 1, 2011  |  Credit Points: 6

Coordinator: Eleanor Cowan

Description

This seminar offers an introduction to advanced research design and techniques in Roman history and culture, including library resources and technology. You will undertake a detailed study of a topic relevant to Roman studies selected by your teacher. Your research paper will treat an aspect of that topic chosen by you with advice from your teacher and your class.

Assessments

1x6000 word research essay (100%)

Classes

2x1 hour lectures per week

Prerequisites

Credit average in 18 senior credit points of Ancient History, Classical Studies, History, Latin, Greek (Ancient), Archaeology including ANHS2691 or HSTY2691

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