2017-2018 Classical Studies Curriculum

2017 - 2018 Classical Studies Undergraduate Curriculum (PDF)
(Last updated: 8/29/17)

This list is subject to change.



Fall 2017

Greek/Latin Language Courses

GREE 1 - Elementary Ancient Greek, J. Lynn

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


Survey Courses

HAVC 31 - The Nude in the Western Tradition, M. Evangelatou


Greek Literature Courses
Reading proficiency in Ancient Greek required.

*LIT 184B - Greek Drama: Aeschylus’s Persians, D. Selden
(may be repeated for credit)


Latin Literature Courses
Reading proficiency in Latin required.

*LIT 186B - Roman Poetry: Martial, C. Hedrick
(may be repeated for credit)


Upper-Division Elective Courses

HIS 161B - Topics in Roman History: Pompeii, C. Hedrick
(may be repeated for credit)

*PHIL 100A - Ancient Greek Philosophy, J. Bowin

*PHIL 118 - Stoic Ethics, J. Bowin


Winter 2018

Greek/Latin Language Courses

*GREE 2 - Elementary Ancient Greek, J. Lynn

*LATN 2 - Elementary Latin, STAFF


Survey Courses

HAVC 51 - Greek Eyes: Visual Culture and Power in the Ancient Greek World, M. Evangelatou

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


Greek Literature Courses
Reading proficiency in Ancient Greek required.

*LIT 184D - Greek Prose: Antiphon's Tetralogies, M. Devecka
(may be repeated for credit)


Latin Literature Courses
Reading proficiency in Latin required.

*LIT 186B - Roman Poetry: Ovid, J. Lynn
(may be repeated for credit)


Upper-Division Elective Courses

HIS 159A - Cleopatra to Constantine: Greek and Roman Egypt, E. Sullivan

*HIS 196S - Special Topics in Ancient History: History of the English Language, C. Hedrick
(may be repeated for credit)

LIT 181A - Biblical Hebrew, Part 1, D. Selden

*POLI 105A - Ancient Political Thought, D. Mathiowetz


Spring 2018

Greek/Latin Language Courses

No Elementary Language Taught in Spring 2018


Survey Courses

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

LIT 61M - Approaches to Classical Myth, M. Devecka


Greek Literature Courses
Reading proficiency in Ancient Greek required.

*LIT 184A - Introduction to Greek Literature, STAFF
(may be repeated for credit)


Latin Literature Courses
Reading proficiency in Latin required.

*LIT 186A - Introduction to Latin Literature, J. Lynn
(may be repeated for credit)

*LIT 186C - Prose Authors: Tacitus's Agricola, M. Devecka


Upper-Division Elective Courses

HAVC 151 - Greek Myths Antiquity to the Present, M. Evangelatou

HIS 159C - Temple and City: The Egyptian New Kingdom and the City of Thebes, E. Sullivan

HIS 163 - Genesis: A History, G. Hamel

*LIT 181B - Biblical Hebrew, Part 2, D. Selden



*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: 8/29/2017

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