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Classics in Translation

CLCV V 3110 The Ancient City

Uses archaeological and literary sources to discuss the beginnings of urbanism in the ancient Mediterranean region, with particular focus on 5th-century Athens and Imperial Rome. Aims not just to study how cities developed, but also how that development affected the ways in which people of the time thought about community living and the meaning of their physical environment.
BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Historical Studies (HIS)..
3 points

CLLT V 3132x and y Classical Myth

Survey of major myths from the ancient Near East to the advent of Christianity, with emphasis upon the content and treatment of myths in classical authors (Homer, Hesiod, Aeschylus, Euripides, Sophocles, Vergil, Livy, Ovid).

- H. Foley
BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Literature (LIT)..
3 points
Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: CLLT V3132
CLLT
3132
06333
001
TuTh 2:40p - 3:55p
LL104 Diana Center
H. Foley 51 [ More Info ]

CLLT V 3140 Comedy Past and Present: Fantasy, Adventure, and Satire

Examines ancient Greek and Roman works of comedy in conjunction with 20th-century texts composed in English. Explores how fantasy and satire grapple with political, social, and cultural issues and the remarkable continuity within this particular comic tradition. Authors include Aristophanes, Petronius, Lucian, Apuleius, Seneca, Tom Stoppard, Thomas Pynchon, Douglas Adams, and John Waters.

- E. Scharffenberger
BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Literature (LIT)..
3 points

CLCV V 3158x Women in Antiquity

Examines the role of women in ancient Greek and Latin literature; the portrayal of women in literature as opposed to their actual social status; male and female in ancient Mediterranean cosmologies; readings from ancient epics, lyric drama, history, historical documents, medical texts, oratory, and philosophy, as well as from contemporary sociological and anthropological works that help to analyze the origins of the Western attitude toward women.

- K. Milnor
BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Cultures in Comparison (CUL).. BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Historical Studies (HIS)..
3 points

CLCV V 3162y Ancient Law

Greek and Roman legal systems; archaic law in its social context; philosophy of law; development of private law in Rome.

- J. Zetzel
BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Cultures in Comparison (CUL)..
3 points

CLLT V 3205 Classics in the 20th and 21st Centuries

- M. Folch
3 points

CLLT V 3230 Classics and Film

Considers cinematic representations of the ancient Mediterranean world, from early silent film to movies from the present day. Explores films that purport to represent historical events (such as Gladiator) and cinematic versions of ancient texts (Pasolini�s Medea). Readings include ancient literature and modern criticism.
BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: The Visual and Performing Arts (ART)..
3 points

CLCV V 3535 Identity and Society in Ancient Egypt

The lives of ancient Egyptians varied greatly according to their age, gender, class, ethnicity, profession and spatial and temporal locality. Using material and textual evidence, we examine selected individuals, communities, and specific topics. The latter include public and private religious life, law, human lifecycles, social revolution, and the living dead. - E. Morris
BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Historical Studies (HIS).. BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Social Analysis (SOC)..
3 points

CLCV W 4015 Roman Law

Examines the history of the development of Roman law and legal thought. The role of law in Roman society. Introductions to Roman methods of legal analysis, with emphasis on study and class discussion of cases from the Roman jurists.
Not offered in 2014-2015.
3 points

CLCV W 4110y Gender and Sexuality in Ancient Greece

Examination of the ways in which gender and sexuality are constructed in ancient Greek society and represented in literature and art, with attention to scientific theory, ritual practice, and philosophical speculation. Topics include conceptions of the body, erotic, homoerotic literature and practice, legal constraints, pornography, rape and prostitution.

- H. Foley
Prerequisites: Sophomore standing or permission of the instructor. BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Reason and Value (REA)..
3 points
Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Spring 2015 :: CLCV W4110
CLCV
4110
06204
001
TuTh 2:40p - 3:55p
TBA
H. Foley 0 [ More Info ]

CLLT W 4115 Tragedy and Performance

Intensive study of issues relating to the interpretation and performance of Greek and Roman tragedy, including modern stage versions. Special consideration will be given to staging, the changing role of actors and chorus, Aristotle�s Poetics, and the reception of ancient tragedy, as well as to social and philosophical issues, including gender conflict.

- H. Foley
BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Literature (LIT).. BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: The Visual and Performing Arts (ART)..
3 points

CLCV W 4145 Political Theory in the Ancient World

Major texts of ancient political theory. Topics include constitutional theory, origins and legitimation of government, ethics, and politics, the regulation of private life, the rule of law, and the cosmopolis. Authors include Sophists, Plato, Aristotle, Cicero, Polybius, Dio of Prusa, and Augustine.
3 points

CLCV W 4190 Virtue and Happiness: Philosophy in Classical Rome

This class provides an introduction to the philosophical texts and practices of Rome's classical period (1st century BC and 2nd century AD). Readings are in Egnlish translation and include works by Lucretius, Cicero, Horace, Vergil, Seneca, Marcus Aurelius, and others. - K. Volk
3 points

CLLT W 4300x or y Classical Tradition

Overview of Greek and Roman literature. Close analysis of selected texts from the major genres accompanied by lectures on literary history. Topics include the context of which the genres rose. the suitability of various modern critical approaches to the ancient texts, the problem of translation, and the transmission of the classical authors and their influence on modern literature.

- C. Charles
BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Literature (LIT)..
3 points
Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: CLLT W4300
CLLT
4300
01666
001
MW 2:40p - 3:55p
202 MILBANK HALL
N. Worman 14 [ More Info ]

Greek Language and Literature

GREK V 1101x-V1102y Elementary Full-Year Course

Grammar, composition, and reading.
Prerequisites: GREK V1101 is prerequisite to GREK V1102. No credit is given for GERK V1101 unless GREK V1102 is completed.
4 points

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: GREK V1101
GREK
1101
65467
001
MWF 1:10p - 2:25p
616 HAMILTON HALL
E. Rudoni 3 [ More Info ]
GREK
1101
24276
002
TuTh 6:10p - 8:00p
616 HAMILTON HALL
S. Oppen 11 [ More Info ]
Autumn 2014 :: GREK V1102
GREK
1102
17200
001
TuTh 4:10p - 6:00p
616 HAMILTON HALL
S. McVane 4 [ More Info ]

GREK V 1121x or y Intensive Elementary Course

Designed to cover all of Greek grammar and syntax in one semester in order to prepare a student to enter third-semester Greek.
4 points

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: GREK V1121
GREK
1121
74226
001
MWF 11:40a - 12:55p
616 HAMILTON HALL
C. Charles 4 [ More Info ]

GREK V 1201x or y Intermediate Greek: Prose and Poetry

Selections from Plato.
Prerequisites: GREK V1101 - V1102 or V1121. BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Literature (LIT)..
4 points

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: GREK V1201
GREK
1201
08819
001
MW 6:10p - 8:00p
225 MILBANK HALL
N. Worman 18 / 25 [ More Info ]

GREK V 1202x or y Selections from Homer

Detailed grammatical and literary study of several books of the Iliad and introduction to the techniques of oral poetry, to the Homeric hexameter, and to the historical background of Homer.

- H. Foley
Prerequisites: GREK V1101-V1102 or V1121, or permission of the instructor.
4 points
Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: GREK V1202
GREK
1202
12196
001
TuThF 11:40a - 12:55p
617B HAMILTON HALL
D. Steiner 7 [ More Info ]

GREK V 3309y Selections from Greek Literature: Rhetoric

Content of this course changes year to year; it may be taken in consecutive years.

- N. Worman
Prerequisites: Greek V1201-1202, or their equivalents. BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Literature (LIT)..
3 points
Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: GREK V3309
GREK
3309
02073
001
TuTh 11:40a - 12:55p
501 MILBANK HALL
H. Foley 9 [ More Info ]

GREK V 3310 Selections from Greek Literature: Poetry

Content of course changes each year; it may be taken in consecutive years.
BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Literature (LIT)..
3 points

GREK V 3320 Intensive Reading Course
- M. Fantuzzi
3 points

GREK V 3998 Supervised Research in Greek Literature

Program of research in Greek literature, with the composition of a paper embodying results.

- H. Foley
3 points Requires direct approval from instructor and department.
Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: GREK V3998
GREK
3998
88549
001
TBA M. Folch 0 [ More Info ]
GREK
3998
91953
002
TBA C. Franklin 0 [ More Info ]
GREK
3998
83283
003
TBA C. Charles 0 [ More Info ]
GREK
3998
96098
004
TBA C. Dutschke 0 [ More Info ]
GREK
3998
02523
005
TBA K. Milnor 0 [ More Info ]
GREK
3998
01118
006
TBA H. Foley 0 [ More Info ]
GREK
3998
78037
007
TBA E. Scharffenberger 0 [ More Info ]
GREK
3998
80787
008
TBA S. Schwartz 0 [ More Info ]
GREK
3998
85044
009
TBA D. Steiner 0 [ More Info ]
GREK
3998
88540
010
TBA K. Volk 0 [ More Info ]
GREK
3998
82196
011
TBA G. Williams 0 [ More Info ]
GREK
3998
03482
012
TBA N. Worman 0 [ More Info ]
Spring 2015 :: GREK V3998
GREK
3998
05025
004
TBA H. Foley 0 [ More Info ]
GREK
3998
07205
005
TBA K. Milnor 0 [ More Info ]
GREK
3998
05109
012
TBA N. Worman 0 [ More Info ]

GREK W 4009y Selections from Greek Literature: Prose

Content of course changes from year to year; it may be taken in consecutive years. Fall 2010: Aeschylus

- H. Foley
BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Literature (LIT)..
3 points
Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: GREK W4009
GREK
4009
28477
001
TuTh 10:10a - 11:25a
616 HAMILTON HALL
M. Folch 6 [ More Info ]

GREK W 4010x Selections from Greek Literature: Poetry

Content of course changes from year to year; it may be taken in consecutive years.

- H. Foley
Prerequisites: GREK V 1201 - 1202; or their equivalents. BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Literature (LIT)..
3 points

GREK W 4105x History of Greek Literature I

Lectures based on extensive readings in Greek literature from Homer to the 4th century C.E.
Prerequisites: At least two terms of Greek beyond GREK V1201, V1202. BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Literature (LIT)..
4 points

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: GREK W4105
GREK
4105
23384
001
TuTh 2:10p - 4:00p
617B HAMILTON HALL
D. Steiner 8 [ More Info ]

GREK W 4106y History of Greek Literature II

Lectures based on extensive readings in Greek literature from Homer to the 4th century C.E.
Prerequisites: At least two terms of Greek beyond V 1201, V 1202 BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Literature (LIT)..
4 points

GREK W 4108 History of the Greek and Latin Languages

Explores the reasons behind the grammatical structures of classical Greek and Latin, based on examination of earlier forms of the languages and on comparison with related languages. The techniques and principles of historical linguistics will also be examined.

- E. Dickey
3 points

GREK W 4139 Elements of Greek Prose Style

Intensive review of Greek syntax. Writings of sentences and connected passages in Greek.
Prerequisites: At least four terms of Greek, or the equivalent.
4 points

GREK W 4140y Greek Stylistics

The study of the development of Greek prose style through practice in composition.
Prerequisites: GREK W 4139 or the equivalent.
3 points

Latin Language and Literature

LATN V 1101x or y-V1102 Elementary Full-Year Course

V 1101: Grammar, composition and reading.

V 1102: Complete review of grammar and syntax; emphasis on representative readings.
Prerequisites: LATN V1101 is normally prerequisite to LATN V1102. LATN V1102 may be taken without LATN V1101 by permission of the instructor. No credit is given for LATN V1101 until LATN V1102 is completed.
4 points

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: LATN V1101
LATN
1101
63988
001
TuThF 10:10a - 11:25a
609 HAMILTON HALL
C. Charles 10 [ More Info ]
LATN
1101
16318
002
MW 6:10p - 8:00p
616 HAMILTON HALL
A. Conser 6 [ More Info ]
LATN
1101
27544
003
MW 4:10p - 6:00p
609 HAMILTON HALL
A. Simone 16 / 20 [ More Info ]
Autumn 2014 :: LATN V1102
LATN
1102
65450
001
TuTh 4:10p - 6:00p
408 HAMILTON HALL
N. Rynearson 10 [ More Info ]

LATN V 1120 Preparation for Intermediate Latin

A one-term intensive review of basic grammar and reading skills; designed for students who have had some Latin in the past, but need further instruction to qualify for LATN V1201.
4 points

LATN V 1121 Intensive Elementary Latin

Designed to cover all of Latin grammar and syntax in one semester in order to prepare student to enter third-semester Latin.
4 points

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: LATN V1121
LATN
1121
70513
001
MWF 1:10p - 2:25p
613 HAMILTON HALL
C. Charles 6 [ More Info ]

LATN V 1201y Intermediate Latin I

Selections from Catullus and from Cicero or Caesar.
Prerequisites: LATN V1101 - V1102 or 2 - 3 years of high school Latin. BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Literature (LIT)..
4 points

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: LATN V1201
LATN
1201
11376
001
MWF 11:40a - 12:55p
609 HAMILTON HALL
E. Jewell 14 [ More Info ]
LATN
1201
62697
002
MW 6:10p - 8:00p
609 HAMILTON HALL
U. Poole 12 [ More Info ]
LATN
1201
90958
003
MW 6:10p - 8:00p
613 HAMILTON HALL
S. Kaczor 10 [ More Info ]

LATN V 1202y Intermediate Latin II

Selections from Ovid, Metamorphoses, and Sallust, Livy, Seneca, or Phiny.
Prerequisites: LATN V1201 or 3 - 4 years of high school Latin. BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Literature (LIT)..
4 points

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: LATN V1202
LATN
1202
17833
001
TuTh 6:10p - 8:00p
609 HAMILTON HALL
Z. Herz 11 [ More Info ]

LATN V 3012x Augustan Poetry

Selections from Virgil and Horace. Combines literary analysis with work in grammar and metrics.

- K. Milnor
Prerequisites: LATN V1202 or four years of high school Latin. BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Literature (LIT)..
3 points
Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: LATN V3012
LATN
3012
26170
001
MW 4:10p - 5:25p
603 HAMILTON HALL
G. Williams 28 [ More Info ]

LATN V 3309y Selections from Latin Literature: Poetry

Content of course changes from year to year, it may be taken for credit in consecutive years.
Prerequisites: LATN V3012 or the equivalent. BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Literature (LIT)..
3 points

LATN V 3310x Selections from Latin Literature: Poetry

Content of course changes from year to year; it may be taken for credit in consecutive years.

- K. Milnor
Prerequisites: Prerequisite: LATN V3012 or the equivalent. BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Literature (LIT)..
3 points

LATN V 3320y Intensive Reading Course
3 points

LATN V 3996 The Major Seminar

Required for all majors in classics and classical studies. The topic will change from year to year, but will always be broad enough to accommodate students in the languages as well as those in the interdisciplinary major.
3 points

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: LATN V3996
LATN
3996
12543
001
Th 4:10p - 6:00p
613 HAMILTON HALL
M. Folch 11 [ More Info ]

LATN V 3997 Directed Readings in Latin Literature

To be tested by a series of short papers, one long paper, or an oral or written examination.

- K. Milnor
Prerequisites: Permission of the department chair required.
3 points
Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: LATN V3997
LATN
3997
75801
001
TBA M. Folch 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3997
26448
002
TBA C. Franklin 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3997
92349
003
TBA C. Charles 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3997
27210
004
TBA C. Dutschke 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3997
01887
005
TBA K. Milnor 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3997
07235
006
TBA H. Foley 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3997
83540
008
TBA S. Schwartz 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3997
86788
009
TBA D. Steiner 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3997
70951
010
TBA K. Volk 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3997
99701
011
TBA G. Williams 1 [ More Info ]
LATN
3997
08335
012
TBA N. Worman 0 [ More Info ]
Spring 2015 :: LATN V3997
LATN
3997
04631
005
TBA K. Milnor 0 [ More Info ]

LATN V 3998 Supervised Research in Latin Literature

A program of research in Latin literature with the composition of a paper embodying results.

- K. Milnor
Prerequisites: Requires direct approval from instructor and department.
3 points
Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: LATN V3998
LATN
3998
12952
001
TBA M. Folch 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3998
16097
002
TBA C. Franklin 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3998
11500
003
TBA C. Charles 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3998
18452
004
TBA C. Dutschke 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3998
04109
005
TBA K. Milnor 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3998
04392
006
TBA H. Foley 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3998
28701
007
TBA E. Scharffenberger 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3998
27803
008
TBA S. Schwartz 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3998
24708
009
TBA D. Steiner 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3998
94276
010
TBA K. Volk 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3998
60957
011
TBA G. Williams 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3998
05301
012
TBA N. Worman 0 [ More Info ]
Spring 2015 :: LATN V3998
LATN
3998
03205
010
TBA K. Milnor 0 [ More Info ]
LATN
3998
04519
013
TBA N. Worman 0 [ More Info ]

LATN W 4009x Selections from Latin Literature: Prose

Content of course changes year to year; it may be taken in consecutive years.
Prerequisites: LATN V3012 or the equivalent. BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Literature (LIT)..
3 points

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: LATN W4009
LATN
4009
15398
001
MW 10:10a - 11:25a
616 HAMILTON HALL
G. Williams 9 [ More Info ]

LATN W 4010y Selections from Latin Literature: Poetry

Content of course changes from year to year; it may be taken in consecutive years.
Prerequisites: LATN V3012 or the equivalent. BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Literature (LIT)..
3 points

LATN W 4105x Latin Literature of the Republic

Lectures based on extensive readings in Latin literature from the beginning to the fourth century.
Prerequisites: At least two terms of Latin beyond LATN V3012. BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Literature (LIT)..
4 points

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: LATN W4105
LATN
4105
17345
001
MW 4:10p - 6:00p
617B HAMILTON HALL
K. Volk 6 [ More Info ]

LATN W 4106y Latin Literature of the Empire

Lectures based on extensive readings in Latin literature from the beginning to the fourth century.
Prerequisites: At least two terms of Latin beyond LATN V3012. BC: Fulfillment of General Education Requirement: Literature (LIT)..
4 points

LATN W 4139 Elements of Latin Prose Style

Intensive review of Latin syntax. Writings of sentences and connected passages in Latin. - K. Milnor
Prerequisites: At least four terms of Latin or the equivalent.
3 points

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: LATN W4139
LATN
4139
02269
001
TuTh 11:40a - 12:55p
225 MILBANK HALL
K. Milnor 7 [ More Info ]

Ancient Studies

CLCV V 3101x or y Archaeology and Egypt and Nubia

Examines ancient Egyptian and Nubian towns, temples, cemeteries, fortresses, and other material remains. Subjects of interest include the origins of inequality, state formation, urbanism, state and private religion, gendered spaces, ethnicity, colonialism, religious revolution bureaucracy, private enterprise, and governmental collapse. - E. Morris
3 points

ANCS V 3995x Senior Seminar in Ancient Studies
3 points

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: ANCS V3995
ANCS
3995
28764
001
Th 4:10p - 6:00p
613 HAMILTON HALL
M. Folch 4 [ More Info ]

ANCS V 3997x and y Directed Readings in Ancient Studies

Program of readings in some aspect of Ancient Studies, supervised by an appropriate faculty member chosen from the departments offering Ancient Studies courses. Testing by a series of essays, one long paper, or oral or written examination(s).
Prerequisites: Permission of the departmental representative required.
3 points

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: ANCS V3997
ANCS
3997
28151
001
TBA M. Folch 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3997
25300
002
TBA C. Franklin 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3997
83451
003
TBA C. Charles 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3997
65964
004
TBA C. Dutschke 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3997
01665
005
TBA K. Milnor 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3997
06529
006
TBA H. Foley 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3997
78201
007
TBA E. Scharffenberger 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3997
78746
008
TBA S. Schwartz 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3997
81150
009
TBA D. Steiner 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3997
81997
010
TBA K. Volk 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3997
82398
011
TBA G. Williams 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3997
05460
012
TBA N. Worman 0 [ More Info ]
Spring 2015 :: ANCS V3997
ANCS
3997
01398
005
TBA K. Milnor 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3997
03651
012
TBA N. Worman 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3997
02672
013
TBA H. Foley 0 [ More Info ]

ANCS V 3998x Directed Research in Ancient Studies

Program of research in Ancient Studies. Research paper required. The topic must be submitted to the department representative and the appropriate adviser decided upon by April 1 of the semester preceding that in which the student will be enrolled in the course. The student and the departmental representative will request supervision of the research paper from an appropriate faculty member in a department offering Ancient Studies courses.
Prerequisites: Permission of the departmental representative required.
3 points

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Autumn 2014 :: ANCS V3998
ANCS
3998
75541
001
TBA M. Folch 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3998
65965
002
TBA C. Franklin 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3998
98397
003
TBA C. Charles 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3998
62397
004
TBA C. Dutschke 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3998
03338
005
TBA K. Milnor 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3998
08346
006
TBA H. Foley 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3998
73509
007
TBA E. Scharffenberger 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3998
76457
008
TBA S. Schwartz 0 [ More Info ]
ANCS
3998
77296
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ANCS V 3999y Directed Research in Ancient Studies

Program of research in Ancient Studies. Research paper required. The topic must be submitted to the departmental representative and the appropriate adviser decided upon by November 15 of the semester preceding that in which the student will be enrolled in the course. The student and the departmental representative wil request supervision of the research paper from an appropriate faculty member in a department offering Ancient Studies courses.
Prerequisites: Permission of departmental representative required.
3 points

CLCV W 4411x or y Egypt in the Classical World

This class traces Egypt's evolving integration into the Classical World from the Saite Dynasty (c. 685 BCE) to the suppression of paganism by the Coptic church. We'll pay close attention to the flashpoints that created conflicts between pagan Egyptians, Greeks, Jews, and Christians and also to integrative aspects of society. - E. Morris
4 points


Cross-Listed Courses

Classics

V1102 Elementary Modern Greek

V1201 Intermediate Modern Greek I

V1201 Intermediate Latin I

V1202 Intermediate Greek II: Homer

V1202 Intermediate Modern Greek II

V1202 Intermediate Latin II

V3033 Medieval Language and Literature

V3135 Topics Through Greek Film

V3140 Comedy Past and Present

V3308 Athens

V3309 Latin Literature Selections: Pliny

V3310 Selections from Greek Literature II: Greek Orators

V3320 Intensive Reading Course

V3320 Intensive Reading Course

V3400 Diaspora & Translation

V3996 The Major Seminar

V3997 Directed Readings

V3998 Senior Research Seminar

W4009 Presocratics & Sophists

W4010 Selections from Latin Literature: Cicero

W4110 Gender and Sexuality In Ancient Greece

W4115 Tragedy and Performance

W4139 Elements of Prose Style

W4140 Latin Stylistics

W4145 Ancient Political Theory

W4152 Medieval Latin Literature: The Fathers and The Bible

W4250 The Greek Islands 1600-present

G4420 Greece and Turkey: Literature and Politics

W4430 Greece and the Modern Imagination

Religion (Barnard)

V3508 Origins of Judaism

W4160 Gnosis