Roman Political Thought

HISTORY 262

Why does Rome still capture the imagination of modern political commentators and theorists? This course examines Roman political thought as it was conceived under the Republic, reimagined under the Empire, and transformed by Christianity. Topics may include the Roman constitution, liberty, equality, property, slavery, rights, citizenship, civil religion, political corruption, rhetoric, imperialism, just war theory, and cosmopolitanism. Instructor: Atkins

Crosslisting Numbers

CLST 278; ETHICS 276; POLSCI 278

Curriculum Codes: 

CCI, CZ, EI

Theme (Concentration)

Law and Governance

Region

Europe and Russia