Fall 2013 Adjunct Teaching Opportunities In Ancient Greek History In The History Department At The College Of Staten Island, Cuny
FALL 2013 ADJUNCT TEACHING OPPORTUNITIES IN ANCIENT GREEK HISTORY IN THE HISTORY DEPARTMENT AT THE COLLEGE OF STATEN ISLAND, CUNY
The History Department of the College of Staten Island CUNY seeks a suitably qualified adjunct (Classics/ancient history graduate student with a minimum qualification of an M.A., or Ph.D. in the appropriate field) to teach TWO classes in Fall 2013. Appropriate knowledge of ancient Greek history is expected, with evidence of experience in teaching at the College level. CUNY adjunct pay commensurate with experience.
HST 110: INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIETY IN ANCIENT GREECE, 3 credits, 3 hours.
A course examining social relations in the ancient Greek world through a variety of sources, which could include literature, history and archaeology. Themes and topics may include the soldier and the citizen, the aristocrat and the commoner, women and children both in their respective roles and in their mutual relations within the society in which they live.
Course meets Mondays 2:30-4:25 pm and Wednesdays 2:30-3:20 pm.
This course is a new Pathways Initiative course with learning outcomes directed towards fulfilling the Individual and Society category of the Pathways General Education. Syllabus and book order have already been prepared for use by the successful candidate.
HST 321: THEMES IN CLASSICAL AND HELLENISTIC (GREEK) HISTORY, 4 hours, 4 credits. The history and culture of the Greek civilization and from its early times through its expansion in the Hellenistic period. This course discusses important issues in the development of classical Greece and its subsequent encounters with the history and culture of the Ancient Near East and Egypt after the conquest of Alexander the Great.
Course meets Wednesday evenings, 6:30-10:00 pm. Sample syllabi can be supplied upon request.
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Eric A. Ivison, Ph.D.
Associate Professor and Chair
Department of History, College of Staten Island CUNY
Ph.D. Program in History, CUNY Graduate Center