For a good decade now I have been posting my syllabuses online rather than handing out paper copies. Below you can find links to those syllabuses, arranged by course.
Please note that the listing below is not complete.
Courses for the Coming Year (2010-2011)
Courses for the Current Year (2009-2010)
Courses Taught Regularly or Occasionally in the Past 10 Years or So
History 111: Foundations of Greek and Roman History. This course is retired and will not be taught again.
History 203: Magic and Medicine in Ancient Greece
History 211: History of the Desert
History 225: Origin and Development of the Greek Polis
History 299: What Is History? (Also known as "History and Historical Methods")
History 333: The Roman Republic. This course is retired and will not be taught again.
History 334: Provinces of the Roman Empire
History 374: The Age of Alexander the Great
History 391: Jews in the Mediterranean and Near east from Nebuchadnezzar to Muhammad.
Senior/Junior Seminars (400-level courses)
First Year Seminars (FYS)
Guided Studies 219. I used to teach this course on rotation for the Classics Department, but that arrangement passed on some years ago. I do not expect to be teaching this courses again.
Colloquia and College Courses
The graduate program in History was terminated in the 2008-2009 academic year. I occasionally taught the graduate historiography course, and sometimes my undergraduate senior seminars were crossed-listed in the graduate program. None of the courses below will be taught again.