Ancient History at the University of Oregon:
Academic Years, Spring Term 2016 - Spring Term 2017
- Professor J. Nicols was awarded Emeritus status on 1 July 2011.
- Nicols will continue to teach 'half time' through the end of the spring term, 2017;
hence the full repetoire of classes outlined here may not be available each academic year.
A collection of maps and
images illustrating primarily Greek and Roman history. A collaborative project
with historians at the Universtät Münster and supported by major grants
from the University of Oregon and the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.
To view the syllabus for the courses below, please go to the klio homepage
Fall Term 2016,
- Nicols has a research grant and will we working in Germany until November. He can be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Winter Term 2017:
- HC 232h The City = HUM 354: Athens, Florence, Vienna, & 20thCent Berlin. J.
This course considers the role of culture, political freedom and
urban development in three of the most important cities in the western tradition
- HIST 412/512. Classical Greece. J Nicols. Ancient Greece from the Bronze Age to the death of Alexander.
Spring Term 2017
- HIST 414/514 Roman Empire: Imperial Rome from the death of Caesar to Constantine. Politics, urbanization, Christianity, Roman Law.
- HC434h. Science and Culture. = HIST / HUM / PHYS 361.To be offered in the Honors College. J. Nicols; co-taught with Professor Greg Bothun, Physics.