A Companion to the Roman Republic

Rosenstein, Nathan

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A Companion to the Roman Republic

Rosenstein, Nathan

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Pros: very interesting subject matter, lots of provided readings, no obligatory textbook, decent support for essay. Cons: Duncan is a VERY dry lecturer. You'll have to figure out how, when, and what to study completely independently. 90% of presented content is irrelevant to your grade.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Under Duncan, this subject is horrid. Sadly, this does not seem to have always been the case. But this year, it was dry; fascinating topics were made uninteresting; and the exam was horrific- it had a ridiculous, confusing structure that alienated many students just completing this subject as an elective. If you must do this subject, pray that you get Carlos- he is the only good part. Indicative of how poor the state of Ancient History teaching currently is at UQ.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2019

Super fun and interesting introduction into Roman history! I found it way more gripping than ANCH1240 and much easier to study for. It's easy to do well in if you stay on top of the readings during the semester!

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Shushma is a fantastic lecturer - really engaging and fun, made the lecture content easy and interesting to learn. Far better organised than ANCH1240. Assignment takes a while, start preparing early. End of stem test was quite stressful - 4 essays in 2hrs - but doable, I didn't revise any extra topics (just the four I chose) and got a good mark. I just learnt those four topics in depth. Overall an enjoyable course

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015