Courses

Courses

General information about course offerings

Greek. Each semester we offer Greek at the elementary level (Greek 001 and 002), at the intermediate level (Greek 011 and 012) and at the advanced level. Teaching at the advanced level is typially an Honors seminar in the Fall (open to all qualified students) and the Classical Studies seminar plus attachment in the Spring.

Latin. Each semester we offer Latin at the elementary level (Latin 001 and 002), at the intermediate level, and we offer an Honors seminar (open to all qualified students). We also offer a directed reading for students at the advanced intermediate level; students are encouraged to discuss their interests with the department chair.

Ancient History. Each semester we offer one course in Ancient History (typically Greek history in the Fall and Roman history in the Spring). Students may combine any course with a research paper ("attachment") to create a 2-credit unit for the Honors program or the Course major.

Classical Studies. Courses in Greek, Latin, and Ancient History can be part of any Classical Studies program. In addition, we offer at least one Classical Studies course (In English translation) every Fall, and a capstone seminar (open to all students but with preference given to those with at least one course in the field) in the Spring.

Spring 2015 | Fall 2015 | Spring 2016 | Fall 2016

Spring 2015
Course Name Course Description
Grek 002 Intensive first year Greek
Grek 012 Homer
Grek 114 Greek Drama
Latn 002 Intensive first year Latin
Latn 019 Roman Imperial Literature
Anch 044 Early Roman Empire

Clst 020

Plato and His Modern Readers
Clst 104/A Classical Studies Seminar: Ancient Storytelling and Fiction
Grek 098, Latn 098, Anch 098, Clst 098 Senior Course Study
Fall 2015
Course Name Course Description
Grek 001 Intensive first year Greek
Grek 011 Plato and Socratic Irony
Grek 111 Greek Philosophy and Religion
Latn 001 Intensive first year Latin
Latn 011 Lyric, Pastoral and Elegiac Poetry
Latn 030 Advanced Survey of Latin Poetry
Latn 093 Directed reading
Latn 104 Ovid (two credit seminar or one credit advanced Latin)
Anch 016 FYS: Augustus and Rome
Anch 031 Greeks and the Persian Empire
Clst 036 Mythology or alternative
Grek 098, Latn 098, Anch 098, Clst 098 Senior Course Study
Spring 2016
             Course Name Course Description
Grek 002 Intensive first year Greek
Grek 015 Sophocles
Grek 093 Directed reading for students who have completed one or two semesters of Greek at the intermediate level.
Interested students should ontact the department chair regarding scheduling and interests.
Grek 112 Greek Epic
Latn 002 Intensive first year Latin
Latn 027 Gender and Sexuality in Rome
Latn 093 Directed reading for students who have completed one or two semesters of Latin at the intermediate level.
Interested students should contact the department chair regarding scheduling and interests.
Anch 066 Rome and Late Antiquity
Clst 060 Dante's Divine Comedy
Clst 105

Classical Studies Capstone Seminar: The Classical in Art and Literature

Grek 098, Latn 098, Anch 098, Clst 098 Senior Course Study
Fall 2016
             Course Name Course Description
Grek 001 Intensive first year Greek
Grek 013 Plato's Republic
Grek 113 Greek Historians
Latn 001 Intensive first year Latin
Latn 011 Lyric, Pastoral and Elegiac Poetry
Latn 030 Advanced Survey of Latin Poetry
Latn 103 Latin Epic
Anch 042 Democratic Athens
Clst 010 FYS: Classics and the Modernists
Clst 025 Greek Myth in Ballet and Opera
Grek 098/Latn 098/Anch 098/Clst 098 Senior Course Study