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Education

This page provides an overview of MA and ReMA courses on the Ancient World offered by the different departments of the University of Groningen related to CRASIS, including Ancient History, Religious Studies, Archaeology, Classics, Ancient Philosophy, and Law. Note that this list does not include courses and workshops organised by the National Research Schools, which might be co-organised by members of the University of Groningen.

If you would like to include one of the modules in your programme, please contact one of the relevant lecturers or a study advisor. Topics of courses may slightly change per year; please check the programmes of the different studies via Ocasys or contact the instructor. In case a certain course is not taught or in case the planning does not fit your programme, ReMA-students can consider setting up a tutorial with one of the staff members. Find their areas of expertise and links to their staff-pages here .

Course name

Ocasys page

Lecturer(s)

Archaeological Theory

here

dr. L. de Jong ,prof. dr. P.D. Jordan

Archaeology of Death (MA and ReMA)

Not in 18-19

prof. dr. S. Voutsaki

Archaeology of the Settled Landscape

here

Death as a Mirror of Life (ReMA)

here

prof. dr. S. Voutsaki

Dirk Smilde Research Seminar: Comparative Studies with Special Reference to the Dead Sea Scrolls

Not in 18-19

prof. dr. M. Popovic , prof. G. J. Brooke

Greek Epigraphy

here

prof. dr. O.M. van Nijf

Historical Methods in Early Christianity

here

prof. dr. dr. F.L. Roig Lanzillotta

Jews, Christians and Others: Pluralism and Politics in the Graeco-Roman World

here

prof. dr. S.N. Mason

Landscape and Memory

here

dr. B.L. Reitz-Joosse , dr. C.G. Williamson

Mediterranean Landscape Archaeology

Not in 18-19

prof. dr. P.A.J. Attema , dr. P.M. van Leusen

Muslims and non-Muslims: The Emergence of the Islamic State in the Late Antiquity

here

C.E. Wilde, PhD

Pliny and Dio Chrysostom on Kingship

Not in 18-19

dr. J.J.H. Klooster ,prof. dr. R.R. Nauta

Reception and Re-Use of Authoritative Texts

here

prof. dr. J.T.A.G.M. van Ruiten

Research Seminar: Athens and Rome

Not in 18-19

prof. dr. O.M. van Nijf

Research Seminar: Roman Empire in the Third Century

Not in 18-19

dr. J.W. Drijvers

Rise of Cities and States

Not in 18-19

dr. A.J. Nijboer ,dr. E. van 't Lindenhout

Texts of Terror

here

prof. dr. J.T.A.G.M. van Ruiten , C.E. Wilde, PhD

Thematic Course: Literary Patronage in Antiquity

here

dr. J.J.H. Klooster ,prof. dr. R.R. Nauta

Last modified:17 July 2018 11.57 a.m.