Fall 2014 Semester Courses

GRK 001-10 Elementary Ancient Greek I (Fall) (HU) 4 credits CRN 49503
M, W, F / 1:10 - 2:00 p.m.
Fundamentals of the Greek language. Grammatical exercises and short passages of easy prose. Professor Pavlock

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

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

CLSS, HIST 021-10 Greek History (SS) 4 credits CRN 45045
M, W, F / 2:10 - 3:00 p.m.
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

CLSS, ENG 052-10 Classical Epic (HU) 4 credits CRN 49092
M, W, F / 12:10 - 1:00 p.m.
Study of major epic poems from Greece and Rome. Works include Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey, Apollonius’ Argonautica, Vergil’s Aeneid, and Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Professor Pavlock

CLSS 091-10 Independent Study (ND) 1-4 credits CRN 48891 Instructor permission required

GRK 091-10 Independent Study (ND) 1-4 credits CRN 48489 Instructor permission required

LAT 091-10 Independent Study (ND) 1-4 credits CRN 48904 Instructor permission required

LAT 112-10 Latin Prose (HU) 4 credits CRN 49504
M, W, F / 10:10 - 11:00 a.m.
Readings from Latin prose literature of the late republic and early empire; selections may include Cicero’s letters, Sallust, Pliny’s letters. May be repeated for credit as content changes Students should have completed four semesters of Latin or the equivalent. Professor Pavlock

GRK 171-10 Independent Study (HU) 1-4 credits CRN 48901 Instructor permission required

LAT 171-10 Independent Study (HU) 1-4 credits CRN 48895 Instructor permission required

CLSS 171-10 Independent Study (ND) 1-4 credits CRN 48892 Instructor permission required

CLSS, ART, ARCH, ANTH 174-10 Greek Archaeology (SS) 4 credits CRN 49373
M, W, F / 1:10 - 2:00 p.m
Ancient Greek culture from the neolithic to Hellenistic periods. Reconstructions of Greek social dynamics from the study of artifacts. Professor Small

CLSS 191-10 Special Topics (ND) 1-4 credits CRN 48893 Instructor permission required

CLSS, PHIL 231-10 Figures/Themes in Ancient Philosophy: Plato on Socrates' Trial and Death: Euthyphro, Apology, Crito, Phaedo, and Gorgias (HU) 4 credits CRN 47805 (writing intensive)
M, W / 8:45 - 10:00 a.m.
This seminar course will involve in-depth focus upon a major ancient thinker (e.g. Plato, Aristotle, Sextus Empiricus, Plotinus, etc.) or the classical treatment of a particular theme (e.g.,“human nature,” “the good life,” ethical or political theory, etc. Professor Weiss

LAT 291-10 Independent Study (HU) 1-4 credits CRN 48905 Instructor permission required

GRK 291-10 Independent Study (ND) 1-4 credits CRN 48903 Instructor permission required

CLSS 291-10 Independent Study (ND) 1-4 credits CRN 48894 Instructor permission required