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New Undergraduate Course Supplement 2018

COCO 27 From Jupiter to Jesus: Christianity and the Transformation of the Roman World

Through an introduction of major works of western literature and art from the Classical and Early Christian world students will be able to consider modern Western heritage as an enduring product of Greco-Roman civilization. Inquiry will include an exploration of how humans' understanding of themselves and their role in the cosmos evolved over the period of the Roman Empire. Students will develop skills in analyzing written texts and works of art.  They will be introduced to the intellectual tools used to investigate the transformation of societies impacted by exposure to new ideas and practices.

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