This unit will allow students to analyse how a particular topic of ancient history research has developed over time and to develop a firmer grasp of the state of the field. This will aid in developing both historical skills and a sharper appreciation of how to situate research within the existing fields of Greek and Roman history. The thematic focus of the unit will vary from year to year.
|Academic unit||Classics and Ancient History|
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