CLASSICS (Div. I)

Fall Courses
Spring Courses
Not Offered

FALL COURSES

CLASSICS

CLAS 105(F) The Ancient Novel (Same as Comparative Literature 113)

CLAS 207(F) From Adam to Noah: Literary Imagination and the Primeval History in Genesis (Same as Comparative Literature 250, Jewish Studies 207 and Religion 207)

CLAS 218(F) Hellenistic Art: From Alexander to Cleopatra (Same as Art History 210)

CLAS 493(F)-W31, W31-494(S) Senior Thesis

CLAS 497(F), 498(S) Independent Study


CLASSICS--Greek

CLGR 101(F)-102(S) Introduction to Greek

CLGR 201(F) Intermediate Greek

CLGR 407(F) The Sophists

CLASSICS--Latin

CLLA 101(F)-102(S) Introduction to Latin

CLLA 201(F) Intermediate Latin I: The Late Republic

CLLA 403(F) The Invention of Love: Catullus and the Roman Elegists

 

SPRING COURSES

CLASSICS

CLAS 101(S) The Trojan War (Same as Comparative Literature 107) (W)

CLAS 205(S) Ancient Wisdom Literature (Same as Comparative Literature 217, Jewish Studies 205 and Religion 205)

CLAS 214(S) The Art of Classical Greece (Same as Art History 209)

CLAS 220(S) Art as a Tool of Empire(Same as Art History 208)

CLAS 323(S) Leadership, Government, and the Governed in Ancient Greece (Same as History 323 and Leadership Studies 323) (W)

CLAS 406(S) Topics in Roman Religion and the Arts: The Age of Augustus (Same as Art History 406)

CLAS 493(F)-W31, W31-494(S) Senior Thesis

CLAS 497(F), 498(S) Independent Study


CLASSICS--Greek

CLGR 101(F)-102(S) Introduction to Greek

CLGR 404(S) Tragedy


CLASSICS--Latin

CLLA 101(F)-102(S) Introduction to Latin

CLLA 202(S) Intermediate Latin II: The Early Empire

CLLA 408(S) Roman Comedy

 

NOT OFFERED COURSES

CLASSICS

CLAS 102 Roman Literature (Same as Comparative Literature 108) (Not offered 2006-2007)

CLAS 103 Greek and Roman Drama: Renewal and Transformation (Same as Comparative Literature 109 and Theatre 311) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

CLAS 201 The Hebrew Bible (Same as Comparative Literature 201, Jewish Studies 201 and Religion 201) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

CLAS 206 The Book of Job and Joban Literature (Same as Comparative Literature 206, Jewish Studies 206 and Religion 206) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

CLAS 210 Reading Jesus, Writing Gospels: Christian Origins in Context (Same as Religion 210) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008) (W)

CLAS 222 (formerly 216) Greek History (Same as History 222) (Not offered 2006-2007)

CLAS 223 (formerly 218) Roman History (Same as History 223) (Not offered 2006-2007)

CLAS 224 Helen, Desire and Language (Same as Comparative Literature 244 and Women's and Gender Studies 224) (Not offered 2006-2007) (W)

CLAS 239 The Construction of Gender in Ancient Greece and Rome (Same as History 322 and Women's and Gender Studies 239) (Not offered 2006-2007)

CLAS 333 Aristotle's Ethics (Same as Philosophy 333) (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

CLASSICS--Greek

CLGR 402 Homer: The Iliad (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

CLGR 403 Poetry and Revolution in Archaic Greece (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

CLGR 406T Coming of Age in the Polis (Same as Women's and Gender Studies 406T) (Not offered 2006-2007) (W)


CLASSICS--Latin

CLLA 402 Roman Letters (Not offered 2006-2007)

CLLA 404 Vergil's Aeneid (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2008-2009)

CLLA 405 Myth, Scandal, and Morality in Ancient Rome (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

CLLA 406 Horace Odes 1-3 (Not offered 2006-2007; to be offered 2007-2008)

CLLA 407 The Rhetoric of Cruelty (Not offered 2006-2007)