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Welcome

The Program in Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations at Rice University offers you a challenging, interdisciplinary major that explores the worlds of the ancient Greeks, Romans, and Jews, and the civilizations of the Christians and Muslims in their formative periods.

You'll immerse yourself in more than two millenia of some of the world's most influential cultures, studying their histories, arts, religions, philosophies, economies, literatures, languages, and political systems, and evaluating their contributions to the modern world. With AMC's highly integrated curriculum, you'll acquire a broad perspective on the beginnings of the society in which we live today. And you'll discover that antiquity is much closer than you think! 

 Contact the AMC Program

Susan K. McIntosh - Director and Faculty Advisor
576 Sewall Hall
 phone: 713.348.3380
mail iconmailto:skmci@rice.edu

Michael Maas - On Leave
306 Humanities Building
713-348-4995
maas@rice.edu

Leticia Gonzales - Program Coordinator
207 Rayzor Hall
713-348-4151
lgonzale@rice.edu

 

News & Events

Guest Speaker: C.D.C. Reeve

2016-03-18  -  The Killing Feet: Evidence and Evidence-Sensitivity in Sophocles' Oedipus Tyrannus

Morag Kersel Lecture

2015-10-15  -   


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CLAS 107 Greek Civilization and Its Legacy »

CLAS 108 Roman Civilization and Its Legacy »

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