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Fall 2017 Courses

LAT 001-10  Elementary Latin I (Fall)  40703  4 credits  (HU)  
Fundamentals of grammar and syntax. Emphasis on language structure and vocabulary building.  Professor Pavlock   M, W, F; 11:10 - 12:00 p.m. 

LAT 011-10  Intermediate Latin (Fall)  40137  4 credits  (HU)   
Readings in Latin prose or poetry. Consolidation of reading ability; introduction to literary analysis. Students should have completed two semesters of elementary Latin or the equivalent.  Professor Pavlock   M, W; 12:45 - 2:00 p.m. 

CLSS, HIST 021-10  Greek History  41479  4 credits  (SS) CBE Global  
The development of civilization from palaeolithic times to the world empire of Alexander the Great. The social, economic, religious, philosophic, artistic and literary development of the ancient world; the origin of political institutions.  Professor Clark   M, W, F; 10:10 -11:00 a.m. 

CLSS, THTR, ENGL 054-10  Greek Tragedy  43918  4 credits  (HU) CBE Global  
This course will include major works of Greek tragedy of the fifth-century B. C. that continue to have a powerful impact on readers and audiences. Using well known Greek myths for their plots, these plays raise questions about human responsibility and choice and explore tensions between personal and civic obligations. The readings will include tragedies based on myths about the Trojan War, such as the complex hero of Sophocles' Ajax, the aftermath of King Agamemnon's return from the war in Aeschylus' Oresteia, and the effect of Agamemnon's murder on the heroine of Euripides' Electra. We will also examine the powerful portrayal of women who defy social norms in Sophocles' Antigone and Euripides' Medea and the young king who rejects the power of a divinity in Euripides' Bacchae, Professor Pavlock   M, W; 2:35 - 3:50 p.m. 

CLSS, PHIL 131-10  Ancient Philosophy  42936  4 credits  (HU) CBE Global  
Historical survey of selected texts and issues in the classical world, from the pre-Socratics through Aristotle, with emphasis on the origins of the western philosophical traditions in ethics, metaphysics, and epistemology. Professor Weiss   M, W; 8:45 - 10:00 a.m. 

CLSS 171-10  Independent Study  42451  1-4 credits    
Instructor permission required. Professor Pavlock    

GRK 171-10  Independent Study  42456  1-4 credits  (HU)  
Instructor permission required. Professor Pavlock    

LAT 171-10  Independent Study  42454  1-4 credits  (HU)  
Instructor permission required. Professor Pavlock    

CLSS 191-10  Special Topics  42452  1-4 credits  
Instructor Permission Required Professor Pavlock    

LAT 291-10  Independent Study  42458  1-4 credits  (HU)  
Instructor Permission Required Professor Pavlock    

GRK 291-10  Independent Study  42457  1-4 credits
Instructor Permission Required Professor Pavlock    

CLSS 291-10  Independent Study  42453  1-4 credits  
Instructor Permission Required Professor Pavlock    


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