Humanities 2: Rome, Christianity, and the Middle Ages (Spring - 6 units)

The Roman Empire, the Christian transformation of the classical world in late antiquity, and the rise of a European culture during the Middle Ages. Representative texts from Latin authors, early Christian literature, the Germanic tradition, and the high Middle Ages.

Course Information - 2017

Caciola - A00 Smarr - B00 Lerer - C00      Watts - D00 Chodorow - E00
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Lerer Documents - 2017

Powerpoints Handouts
Lecture 1 - 4/4/17 Virgil & Opening
Lecture 2 - 4/6/17 Aeneid Summaries
Lecture 3 - 4/11/17

Aeneid Books Four-Five

Lecture 4 - 4/13/17 Aeneid Book Six
Lecture 5 - 4/18/17
Mark and Luke
Lecture 6 - 4/20/17 St. Paul
Lecture 7 - 4/25/17 Augustine - Confessions
Lecture 8 - 4/27/17 Boethius
Lecture 9 - 5/2/17 The Romance of the Rose
Lecture 10 - 5/4/17 Dante La Vita Nuova
Lecture 11 - 5/9/17 Book of the Duchess
Lecture 12 - 5/11/17 Course Review
Lecture 13 - 5/16/17
Lecture 14 - 5/18/17
Lecture 15 - 5/23/17
Lecture 16 - 5/25/17
Lecture 17 - 5/26/16
Lecture 18 - 5/31/16
Lecture 19 - 6/2/16