Fall 2017

Number Title Course Description Instructor
CLST 151 CLASSICAL ETYMOLOGY Studies the Greek and Latin roots of English words, and the adoption and evolution of English... Crews, Rex
CLST 283 GREEK HISTORY The political and intellectual history of the Greeks from earliest times to the death of Alexander... Aldrup-MacDonald, John
CLST 312S ANCIENT GREEK JUSTICE Examines constructions of "justice" in ancient Greek literature and culture and explores their... González, José
CLST 364 ANCIENT SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Development of scientific thought and technological innovation in the ancient Near East, Greece,... Staff, Departmental
GREEK 101 ELEMENTARY GREEK Structure of the language (grammatical forms, syntax, vocabulary, and pronunciation); introduction... Johnson, William
LATIN 101 ELEMENTARY LATIN Study of the structure of the language (i.e., forms, vocabulary, syntax, and pronunciation);... Crews, Rex
LATIN 364S EDUCATING ROME Readings in the very Roman category of 'didactic.' How Romans thought to educate themselves and... Atkins, Jed
Number Title Course Description Instructor
CLST 151 CLASSICAL ETYMOLOGY Studies the Greek and Latin roots of English words, and the adoption and evolution of English... Crews, Rex
CLST 170FS LIBERTY AND EQUALITY Examines the democratic values of liberty and equality in Greek, Roman, and American political... Atkins, Jed
CLST 186FS ANCIENT AND MODERN LIBERTY Introduction to various conceptions of liberty in Greek and Roman political and philosophical... Atkins, Jed
CLST 204 ANCIENT/MEDIEVAL EPIC Reading the major epics of antiquity in translation (Gilgamesh, Homer's Iliad and Odyssey, Vergil's... Janan, Micaela
CLST 240L VIRTUAL MUSEUMS The future of museums will be one of immateriality and interaction. Course focuses on how the "... Forte, Maurizio
CLST 240L VIRTUAL MUSEUMS The future of museums will be one of immateriality and interaction. Course focuses on how the "... Forte, Maurizio
CLST 271 HST ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY The pre-Socratics, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, and post-Aristotelian systems. Not open to students... Gessell, Bryce
CLST 283 GREEK HISTORY The political and intellectual history of the Greeks from earliest times to the death of Alexander... Aldrup-MacDonald, John
CLST 312S ANCIENT GREEK JUSTICE Examines constructions of "justice" in ancient Greek literature and culture and explores their... González, José
CLST 344 EARLY GREEK ARCHAEOLOGY Greek material culture in its social, economic, and historical contexts, 1200 to 480 BCE.... Staff, Departmental
CLST 364 ANCIENT SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Development of scientific thought and technological innovation in the ancient Near East, Greece,... Staff, Departmental
CLST 528S LATER GREEK HISTORY Studies in later Greek History from the fifth through first centuries BC. Coverage within these... Sosin, Joshua
CLST 550 PRE-ROMAN, ETRUSCAN ARCHAELOGY This course is about the study of one of the most important and fascinating civilizations of... Forte, Maurizio
CLST 572S PLATO Selected dialogues. Instructor: Ferejohn Ferejohn, Michael
Number Title Course Description Instructor
LATIN 101 ELEMENTARY LATIN Study of the structure of the language (i.e., forms, vocabulary, syntax, and pronunciation);... Crews, Rex
LATIN 101 ELEMENTARY LATIN Study of the structure of the language (i.e., forms, vocabulary, syntax, and pronunciation);... Fowler, Alexander
LATIN 101 ELEMENTARY LATIN Study of the structure of the language (i.e., forms, vocabulary, syntax, and pronunciation);... Camp, Laura
LATIN 101 ELEMENTARY LATIN Study of the structure of the language (i.e., forms, vocabulary, syntax, and pronunciation);... High, Adrian
LATIN 203 INTERMEDIATE LATIN Politics and thought in the late Republic: Caesar and Cicero. Instructor: Boatwright or Staff Monahan, Courtney
LATIN 203 INTERMEDIATE LATIN Politics and thought in the late Republic: Caesar and Cicero. Instructor: Boatwright or Staff Cole, Thomas
LATIN 204 ADV INTERMEDIATE LATIN The culture of Republican and Augustan Rome: selections from Cicero, Catullus, Vergil, Horace, Ovid... Stifler, David
LATIN 324S LATIN EPIC Readings in Roman Epic with attention to genre, language, meter, characterization, narrative... Janan, Micaela
LATIN 364S EDUCATING ROME Readings in the very Roman category of 'didactic.' How Romans thought to educate themselves and... Atkins, Jed
LATIN 508S MEDIEVAL & RENAISSANCE LATIN Detailed study of selections from one or more authors or genres. Selections either constitute a... Woods, Jennifer
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 Staff, Departmental
GREEK 344S GREEK NOVEL Readings in the Greek novel with attention to genre, distinctive themes, narrative structure and... González, José
GREEK 528 DRAMA Readings in the dramatic and mimetic genres, especially Attic Tragedy and Comedy, with attention to... Staff, Departmental
Number Title Course Description Instructor
CLST 344 EARLY GREEK ARCHAEOLOGY Greek material culture in its social, economic, and historical contexts, 1200 to 480 BCE.... Staff, Departmental
CLST 364 ANCIENT SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Development of scientific thought and technological innovation in the ancient Near East, Greece,... Staff, Departmental
CLST 550 PRE-ROMAN, ETRUSCAN ARCHAELOGY This course is about the study of one of the most important and fascinating civilizations of... Forte, Maurizio