Created by:  Wesleyan University

Commitment3-5 hours/week
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English, Subtitles: Spanish
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4.7 stars
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 of 720 ratings

Good course, lectures dragged a little; but really coherent picture of Greek history. I felt like I learned a great deal.

Es muy bueno el curso. Gracias.

I love this course I feel so grateful with the Teacher.

Awesome! The professor is obviously very knowledgeable about the ancient Greece history and it's a pity that I'm done with the course; I wish I could attend the full, comprehensive version of it! On top of the basic history, I appreciated the comments on the research method, the nuances in the interpretation of different events, the presentation of additional elements (e.g., pictures, maps, artifacts) to support the lectures, etc. I was sometimes rushing a bit to go through all the reading assignments but I'm glad to know now what to read and where to search to get more information on the topic. I think it's one of the good side-effect of this course: it motivates you to learn even more about the ancient Greeks. Thanks!