Fall 2007

Readings in the European Tradition I

Listed in: European Studies, as EUST-21

Faculty

Robert Doran (Section 01)

Description

Readings and discussion of a series of related texts from Homer and Genesis to Dante: Homer's Iliad and Odyssey, selected Greek tragedies, selected dialogues of Plato, Virgil's Aeneid, selections from the Bible, Augustine's Confessions, and Dante's Divine Comedy. Three class hours per week. Open not only to European Studies majors but also to any student interested in the intellectual and literary development of the West, from antiquity through the Middle Ages. Required of European Studies majors. Limited to 25 students. First semester. Professor Doran.

Course Syllabus

EUST-21 Syllabus 0708F