The concentration in East-West Classical Studies brings a comparative perspective to the traditional study of classics. Providing an intellectual inquiry into Eastern and Western literature, arts, theatre, philosophies and religions as they have emerged from magnificent periods of pre-modern cultural creativity, the concentration explores how Golden Ages rose and fell, how they came to be considered 'Golden' and their products 'classics' and how subsequent generations defined and continue to define themselves in light of the classical.
For More information, please contact:
Margo Kitts, Ph.D.
Professor of Humanities and Religious Studies
Coordinator, Religious Studies and East-West Classical Studies
Office Location: 1188 Fort St. Mall, Mezzanine #4
Office Phone: (808) 687-7026