CLA 326 / HIS 326 / HLS 373 / HUM 324

Topics in Ancient History: Dining and Food in the Roman World

Caroline Cheung and Cait M. Mongrain

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This discussion-based seminar will examine the social, cultural, economic, and political aspects of food and dining in the ancient Roman world. This course will approach food in the Roman world through a variety of sources, literary and archaeological, and will push students to consider what we can learn about Roman society and culture through the lens of food.

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