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Problems in Roman History: New Approaches

CLA 546

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This course, intended partly as a continuation of the Roman History Proseminar, has two aims. The first is to teach active debates in the study of Roman history. To this end, each week, we read a monograph-or, in select cases, programmatic long articles or edited volumes-published in Roman history within the past five years. The second aim is to sharpen collective skill in critically engaging monographs, from evaluation of their role in resolving-or amplifying-live controversies to assessment of their place within infrastructures of knowledge production.
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Section S01