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Durham University

Postgraduate Module Handbook 2021/2022

Module Search

Please ensure you check the module availability box for each module outline, as not all modules will run in each academic year. Each module description relates to the year indicated in the module availability box. Please be aware that modules may change from year to year, and may be amended to take account of, for example: changing staff expertise, disciplinary developments, the requirements of external bodies and partners, and student feedback.

  • CLAS40230 - Forms After Plato
  • CLAS40260 - Dissertation (Greece, Rome and The Near East)
  • CLAS40330 - Latin for Research
  • CLAS40430 - Ancient Greek for Research
  • CLAS40460 - Dissertation (Ancient Philosophy)
  • CLAS40530 - Latin Text Seminar
  • CLAS40630 - Greek Text Seminar
  • CLAS40730 - Akkadian
  • CLAS40930 - Latin Love Elegy
  • CLAS41130 - Religious Life in The Roman Near East
  • CLAS41430 - Monumental Architecture of The Roman East
  • CLAS41530 - Vitruvius, On Architecture: The First Treatise On Architecture, Its Significance and Legacy
  • CLAS42230 - The Classical Tradition: Art, Literature, Thought
  • CLAS42930 - Juvenal's satires in Context
  • CLAS43030 - Ancient Philosophers On Origins
  • CLAS43130 - Animals in Graeco-roman Antiquity
  • CLAS43230 - The Queen of The Desert: Rise and Decline of Palmyra's Civilization
  • CLAS43330 - The Roman Republic: Debates and Approaches
  • CLAS43530 - Aristotle's Systems
  • CLAS43630 - Diocletian and His Era: Sources and Narratives
  • CLAS43830 - What The Ancients Knew: Science in Greece and Rome
  • CLAS43930 - Law and Literature in Ancient Greece and Rome
  • CLAS44030 - Cicero Philosophus
  • CLAS44130 - Romosexuality: Homosexuality in Latin Literature and Its Reception
  • CLAS44330 - Baroque Modes: Classical Excess and Its Reception in Literature and The Visual Arts
  • CLAS44430 - Edessa: The Athens of The East
  • CLAS44530 - Greek Epigraphy
  • CLAS44630 - Greeks and The East: 800-100 Bce
  • CLAS44730 - Independent Research Topic
  • CLAS44830 - Magic in The Roman World
  • CLAS44930 - Classical Modernisms: Receptions of Greece and Rome in Literary and Visual Cultures From T. S. Eliot to Anne Carson
  • CLAS45030 - Money and Coinage in The Ancient World
  • CLAS51260 - Dissertation

    If you have a query about a specific module or degree programme, please contact the appropriate department. For programmes in the Business School please see the Learning & Teaching Contact List.

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