Amanda has taught courses in elementary Latin, ancient historiography, ancient history, and art and archaeology. Her full teaching interests include: Mediterranean religious systems; colonization studies; Roman and Greek history from the Archaic period through High Empire; landscape and topography; Roman and Greek historiography; reading courses in Latin and Greek history, especially but not limited to Livy, Polybius, and epigraphic sources; the use and interpretation of archaeological material, non-literary texts, and model-building in ancient history; elementary Latin; and elementary Greek.
Here is a list of courses Amanda has taught:
Below are syllabi from a few of Amanda’s courses.
- Roman Art and Architecture (2012)
- Blood Rites and Mystery Cults in the Roman World (May Term 2011)
- Ancient Colonizations Syllabus (2011)
- The Ancient Roman City Syllabus (2010)
- The Ancient Roman City Travel Itinerary (May 2010)
- Roman Civilization Syllabus (2010)
- Greek Civilization Syllabus (2009)
- Ancient and Medieval West Syllabus (2010)
- Beginning Latin 101 Syllabus (2009)
- Beginning Latin 102 Syllabus (2010)
- Intermediate Latin 201 (Ovid) Syllabus (2012)
- Ancient Historiography Syllabus (2006)