SLA104H1 Lecture 1: SLA104 Lecture 1
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Department
Slavic Languages and Literatures
Course
SLA104H1
Professor
Davor Piskac
Semester
Winter

Description
Mediterranean Cities: SLA104 Lecture 1 The Mediterranean: Space, History, Idea What is the Mediterranean? • Climate o Soil • Food • Tourism • History Mediterranean Diet • Olives • Garlic • Tomato • Cabbage • “Blue fish” • Wine Architecture • Amphitheatres o Pula, Croatia o Use of arches (Rome) o Use of theatre (Greece) Philosophy • Greek influence on the western world In art • A Relief of a Striding Lion, Babylon 604-562 BCE • Heracles and Lion Religion • Naming children after gods Climate Syllabus • Office hours Monday 11-12 • Location AH 424b • [email protected] Books The Mediterranean: A Cultural Landscape Breakdown • Attendance 5 (12 points) • Participation 5 (12 points) • Essay 1 25 • Essay 2 25 • Final Exam 40 Essays • 800-1000 words • Feb 12 and March 12 both until 8pm • Send to [email protected] • Out of 25 o Each point is a percent • Originality 9 • Coherence 5 • Evidence 4 • Appropriate use of sources (from at least 3 sources) 3 o W/ authors • Style 2 • Grammar and spelling 2 Final exam • 650-800 words • Excerpt from the book o Explain the passage • Evidence of understanding 21 • Correct answering 5 • Extensive knowledge base 5 • Originality 9 !!!!! First Essay • Influence of ancient Greek cities on Adriatic Sea • Influence of roman art on Croatian Mediterranean cities • The birth of Venetia and its influence on Creation Mediterranean cities Second essay • City of Zagreb in between central and south-east Euro
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