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Hum 2051: civilization I ancient through Medieval Fall 2014 Presentations


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HUM 2051: CIVILIZATION I

Ancient through Medieval

Fall 2014

Presentations

II. Greece and the Hellenic World
8/27 Chapter 3: The Greek City-State: Democratic Politics (Perry 48-71)

Homer (181-188), The Iliad Book I (189-204), Book VI (205-215)



Garret Clark
8/29 Homer, The Iliad Books XVIII, XXII, XXIV (243-290)

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9/3 Homer, The Odyssey Books I-IV (291-344)
9/5 Homer, The Odyssey Books V-IX (344-397)

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9/8 Homer, The Odyssey Books X-XII (397-436)

Joseph Fisher
9/10 Homer, The Odyssey Books XIII-XVI (436-485)

Kevin Manzotti and Maher Basha
9/12 Homer, The Odyssey Books XVII-XX (485-536)

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9/15 Homer, The Odyssey Books XXI-XXIV (536-581)

Nathaniel Cunha
9/17 Chapter 4: Greek Thought: From Myth to Reason (Perry 72-100)

Ernestas Zarskis
Aeschylus, Agamemnon (609-636)
9/19 Aeschylus, Agamemnon (636-660)

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9/24 Aristophanes, Lysistrata (782-804)
9/26 Aristophanes, Lysistrata (804-820)

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9/29 Lysistrata
10/1 Plato (821-825), The Apology of Socrates (handout)

Julie McCarthy

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10/6 Plato, from The Republic Books VI and VII (The Sun, the Divided Line, and the Cave) (handout)

Monica Stillson

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III. Rome and Christianity
10/15 Chapter 5: The Hellenistic Age: Cultural Diffusion (Perry 101-116)

Chapter 6: The Roman Republic: City-State to World Empire (Perry 117-139)



Charlie Morrisette
10/17 Chapter 7: The Roman Empire: A World-State (Perry 140-169)

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10/20 Virgil, The Aeneid Book I (977-1002)

Gabriel Serrano
10/22 Virgil, The Aeneid Book II (1002-1024)

Jannetta Richardson

10/24 Virgil, The Aeneid Book IV (1025-1044) and Book VI (handout)

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10/27 Virgil, The Aeneid Books VIII and XII (1044-1089)



Michael Knott and Stephen Barnett
10/29 Chapter 8: Early Christianity: A World Religion (Perry 170-195)

Sean O’Neal, Jace Brown, and Birchel Ralph
The Bible: New Testament

Luke 2, Matthew 13, Matthew 27- 28 (1135-1152; 1152-1154; 1159; 1161-1163)

Lauren Bolhuis and Milica Tapuskovic
Chapter 9: The Heirs of Rome: Byzantium, Islam, and Latin Christendom (Perry 198-226)
IV. Early Medieval World
10/31 Beowulf (1230-1250 [top])

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11/3 Beowulf (1250-1276 [top])

Dilan Gobeil
11/5 Beowulf (1276-1305)

Mark Quinn and Jessica Kerney
11/7 Beowulf

Chapter 10: The High Middle Ages: Vitality and Renewal (Perry 227-253)


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V. Later Medieval World

11/12 Chapter 11: The Flowering of Medieval Culture: The Christian Synthesis (Perry 254-272)

Dante, Inferno Cantos I-VI (1595-1620)

Talia Abdool
11/14 Dante, Inferno Cantos VII-XV (1620-1651)

Cassidy Brown

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11/17 Dante, Inferno Cantos XVI-XXV (1651-1686)
11/19 Dante, Inferno Cantos XXVI-XXXIV (1686-1719)

Brian Finnell, James Kearney, and David Vereb


11/21 Chapter 12: The Late Middle Ages: Crisis and Dissolution (273-289)

Jasmine Nacrur



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