Fall 2013 Semester Courses

LAT 001-10 Elementary Latin I, CRN  41376 (4 credits) (HU) 
M/W/F, 11:10 - 12:00
Fundamentals of grammar and syntax. Emphasis on language structure and vocabulary building.   Professor Pavlock

LAT 011-10 Intermediate Latin, CRN  40301 (4 credits) (HU) 
M/W/F, 10:10  - 11:00
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

HIST 021-10 Greek History, CRN  45045 (4 credits) (SS) 
T/TH, 7:55 - 9:10
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 Phillips

CLSS, ENG 056-10 Topics in Greek and Roman Literature: Myth & Metamorphosis in Class Literature, CRN  48721 (4 credits) (HU) 
M/W/F, 1:10 - 2:00
Classical literature in translation, including themes or specific periods in Greek or Roman literature. May be repeated for credit, as topics vary   Professor Pavlock

GRK 091-10 Independent Study, CRN  48903 (1-4 credits) (ND) Instructor Permission Required

LAT 091-10 Independent Study, CRN  48904 (1-4 credits) (ND) Instructor Permission Required

CLSS 091-10 Independent Study, CRN  48891 (1-4 credits) (ND) Instructor Permission Required

LAT 115-10 Ovid, CRN  48724 (4 credits) (HU) 
M/W/F, 10:10  - 11:00
May include selections from the Ars Amatoria, Fasti, and the Metamorphoses, with attention to the problem of the ideology of Augustan Rome. May be repeated for credit. Students should have completed four semesters of Latin or the equivalent.   Professor Pavlock

PHIL, CLSS 131-10 Ancient Philosophy, CRN  48722 (4 credits) (HU)  
M/W, 11:10 - 12:25
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

LAT 171-10 Independent Study, CRN  48895 (1-4 credits) (HU) Instructor Permission Required

GRK 171-10 Independent Study, CRN  48901 (1-4 credits) (HU) Instructor Permission Required

CLSS 171-10 Independent Study, CRN  48892 (1-4 credits) (ND) Instructor Permission Required

CLSS 191-10 Special Topics, CRN  48893 (1-4 credits) (ND) Instructor Permission Required

CLSS 291-10 Independent Study, CRN  48894 (1-4 credits) (ND) Instructor Permission Required

LAT 291-10 Independent Study, CRN  48905 (1-4 credits) (HU) Instructor Permission Required

GRK 291-10 Independent Study, CRN  48903 (1-4 credits) (ND) Instructor Permission Required

CLSS, HIST 312-10 Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, CRN  48589 (3-4 credits) (SS)  
T/TH, 9:20 - 10:35
Political, social, and economic history of the Roman Empire, A.D. 117A.D. 565. Romanization of the provinces, diffusion of Christianity, and special attention to transformation to medieval period. Includes readings in translation of primary sources.   Professor Phillips