CLSX 355 Ancient Greece and Rome in Film
This course explores the reception of the cultures of ancient Greece and Rome in film. Students in this course learn about the cultures of ancient Greece and Rome through primary sources, and analyze several films from the 20th and 21st centuries for which these sources are relevant. The course considers the relationship between historical accuracy and artistic license in the films selected for the course, how each film reflects the concerns of the modern cultural context in which it was made, the common visual and thematic elements that link films set in ancient Greece or Rome, and the reuse of elements from Greek and Roman mythology and history in films set in the modern world. No knowledge of Latin or Greek required.
Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
...1870 to Present WGSS/CLSX 515 Gender and...Jewish Women WGSS/GIST 355 International Women's...
Bachelor of Science in Education
...354 Playwriting I ENGL 355 Nonfiction Writing I...LAT 305 Roman Drama CLSX 148 Greek and...
Minor in Human Sexuality
...Sex Roles WGSS/GIST 355 International Women's...Sex and Love WGSS/CLSX 515 Gender and...