Fall, 2015

Number Title Course Description Instructor
CLST 089S FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR (TOP) Topics in classical literature and/or art and archaeology vary each semester. Instructor: Staff Jiménez, Alicia
CLST 144 PRINCIPLES ARCHAEOLOGY Introduction to the many disciplines of archaeology, using a survey of cultures and civilizations... Jiménez, Alicia
CLST 170FS LIBERTY AND EQUALITY Examines the democratic values of liberty and equality in Greek, Roman, and American political... Atkins, Jed
CLST 240L VIRTUAL MUSEUMS Analysis of interaction between virtual museum theories/practices and society. Focuses on digital... Forte, Maurizio
CLST 240L VIRTUAL MUSEUMS Analysis of interaction between virtual museum theories/practices and society. Focuses on digital... Forte, Maurizio
CLST 271 HST ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY The pre-Socratics, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, and post-Aristotelian systems. Not open to students... Ferejohn, Michael
CLST 283 GREEK HISTORY The political and intellectual history of the Greeks from earliest times to the death of Alexander... Sosin, Joshua
CLST 322 THE HISTORICAL JESUS An investigation of what can be known about Jesus of Nazareth, his teaching about the kingdom of... Goodacre, Mark
CLST 348 CLASSICAL GREEK ARCHAEOLOGY The archaeology of the Greek citystate including its historical context. Emphasis on both themes (... Shea, Timothy
CLST 544L DIGITAL ARCHAEOLOGY Course studies radical changes new methodologies and technologies have wrought in archaeology.... Forte, Maurizio
CLST 572S PLATO Selected dialogues. Instructor: Ferejohn Ferejohn, Michael
CLST 724S SEM IN ANCIENT HISTORY I (TOP) Selected topics. Instructor: Boatwright, Johnson, or Sosin Boatwright, Mary
Number Title Course Description Instructor
LATIN 101 ELEMENTARY LATIN Study of the structure of the language (i.e., forms, vocabulary, syntax, and pronunciation);... Davis, N. Gregson
LATIN 101 ELEMENTARY LATIN Study of the structure of the language (i.e., forms, vocabulary, syntax, and pronunciation);... Huber, Melissa
LATIN 101 ELEMENTARY LATIN Study of the structure of the language (i.e., forms, vocabulary, syntax, and pronunciation);... Graham, Theodore
LATIN 203 INTERMEDIATE LATIN Politics and thought in the late Republic: Caesar and Cicero. Instructor: Boatwright or Staff Langenfeld, Kathryn
LATIN 203 INTERMEDIATE LATIN Politics and thought in the late Republic: Caesar and Cicero. Instructor: Boatwright or Staff Zalin, Mackenzie
LATIN 203 INTERMEDIATE LATIN Politics and thought in the late Republic: Caesar and Cicero. Instructor: Boatwright or Staff Janan, Micaela
LATIN 364S EDUCATING ROME Readings in the very Roman category of 'didactic.' How Romans thought to educate themselves and... Atkins, Jed
LATIN 368S SNAPSHOTS OF ROME Readings in Latin literature from a specific time period and historical context, such as the Age of... Davis, N. Gregson
LATIN 524S EPIC, LYRIC, AND ELEGY Detailed study of selections from one or more genre. Authors and readings might include Vergil,... Janan, Micaela
LATIN 764 SEMINAR IN LATIN LIT I (TOP) Selected authors and topics. Instructor: Atkins, Boatwright, Davis, Janan, or Woods Woods, J
Number Title Course Description Instructor
GREEK 101 ELEMENTARY GREEK Structure of the language (grammatical forms, syntax, vocabulary, and pronunciation); introduction... Johnson, William
GREEK 203 INTERMEDIATE GREEK Readings in classical Attic prose literature. Instructor: Staff González, José
GREEK 324S GREEK EPIC Epic. Readings in Greek epic, with attention to language, meter, oral poetics, characterization,... González, José
GREEK 580 GREEK LITERATURE SURVEY Instructor: Staff Sosin, Joshua
GREEK 586S PAPYROLOGY Introduction to the field of Greek Papyrology, its history, methods and place within the field of... Johnson, William

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