2016-2017 Classical Studies Curriculum

2016-17 Courses2016-2017 Classical Studies Undergraduate Curriculum (PDF)
This list is subject to change. Last updated: 6/28/2016





Fall 2016

Greek/Latin Language

GREE 1 - Elementary Ancient Greek, J. Lynn

LATN 1 - Elementary Latin (2 sections offered), J. Lynn/STAFF


Survey

LIT 80W - Captive Minds: The Literature of Pre-Modern Slavery, M. Devecka


Greek Literature
Reading proficiency in Ancient Greek required.

*LIT 184B - Greek Drama: Euripides's Alkestis, K. Bassi


Latin Literature
Reading proficiency in Latin required.

*LIT 186B - Roman Poetry: Ovid's Metamorphoses, K. Bassi


Upper-Division Electives

HIS 159D - When Cities Were New: the Rise of Urbanism in the Ancient Near East and Mediterranean, E. Sullivan

*PHIL 100A - Ancient Greek Philosophy, STAFF



Winter 2017

Greek/Latin Language

*GREE 2 - Elementary Ancient Greek, J. Lynn

*LATN 2 - Elementary Latin, STAFF


Survey

HIS 60 - Scientific Vocabulary and the Roots of the European Scientific Tradition, Hedrick/Lynn (ONLINE COURSE)

LIT 61S - Sacred Texts, D. Selden


Greek Literature
Reading proficiency in Ancient Greek required.

*LIT 184C - Greek Poetry: Homer's Iliad, J. Lynn


Latin Literature
Reading proficiency in Latin required.

*LIT 186B - Roman Poetry: Vergil's Aeneid, M. Devecka


Upper-Division Electives

HIS 159B - Women and Gender in Ancient Egypt, E. Sullivan

*HIS 196S - Special Topics in Ancient History: History of Greco-Roman Science and Technology, C. Hedrick

LIT 130A - Ancient Literature in Cross-Cultural Perspective: The Madness of the Greeks, M. Devecka



Spring 2017

Greek/Latin Language

No Elementary Language Taught in Spring 2017


Survey

HIS 60 - Scientific Vocabulary and the Roots of the European Scientific Tradition, C. Hedrick (ONLINE COURSE)


Greek Literature
Reading proficiency in Ancient Greek required.

*LIT 184A - Introduction to Greek Literature: Plato, C. Hedrick


Latin Literature
Reading proficiency in Latin required.

*LIT 186A - Introduction to Latin Literature, J. Lynn

*LIT 186C - Prose Authors: Cicero’s De Re Publica, M. Devecka


Upper-Division Electives

HAVC 155 - Constructing Cleopatra: Power, Sexuality, and Femininity Across the Ages, M. Evangelatou

LIT 140A - Origins of Kabbalah, D. Selden

*POLI 105A - Ancient Political Thought, L. Fain



*Completion of course pre-requisites or instructor permission required for enrollment. Check the Searchable Schedule of Classes for further information. PLEASE NOTE: This information is subject to change. UPDATED: 6/28/2016

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