Spring 2017

Number Title Course Description Instructor
CLST 089S FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR (TOP)

Utopia and Dystopia: Ancient and Modern Visions: In this course we analyze and interpret classic...

Young, Carl
CLST 141 AGE OF WARRIORS

Classical archaeology is often centered on Roman and Greek civilizations, but can overlook other...

Forte, Maurizio
CLST 344 EARLY GREEK ARCHAEOLOGY Greek material culture in its social, economic, and historical contexts, 1200 to 480 BCE.... Antonaccio, Carla
CLST 354 ROMAN SPECTACLE Gladiatorial games, wild beast hunts, elaborately-staged executions of condemned criminals, and... Jiménez, Alicia
GREEK 111 INTENSIVE FIRST-YEAR GREEK

Intensive introduction to ancient Greek language and culture. Includes structure of the language...

Johnson, William
LATIN 368S SNAPSHOTS OF ROME Readings in Latin literature from a specific time period and historical context, such as the Age of... Davis, N.
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 Forte, Maurizio
CLST 089S FIRST-YEAR SEMINAR (TOP)

Utopia and Dystopia: Ancient and Modern Visions: In this course we analyze and interpret classic...

Young, Carl
CLST 141 AGE OF WARRIORS

Classical archaeology is often centered on Roman and Greek civilizations, but can overlook other...

Forte, Maurizio
CLST 205K GREEK DRAMA: TRAGEDY & COMEDY Introduction to ancient Greek theater, using as primary examples two plays related by their... Burian, Peter
CLST 208 ANCIENT MYTH Myth in Ancient to Medieval contexts, from Homer and Hesiod to Boccaccio. Attention to nature of... Janan, Micaela
CLST 248 ART/ARCHAELOGY ANCIENT ATHENS Monuments, archaeology, art, and topography of ancient Athens from the Archaic to the Roman period... Dillon, Sheila
CLST 264 GREEK AND ROMAN RELIGION Topics in Greek and Roman religion from the Bronze Age through the rise of Christianity, based on... González, José
CLST 264 GREEK AND ROMAN RELIGION Topics in Greek and Roman religion from the Bronze Age through the rise of Christianity, based on... Staff, Departmental
CLST 271 HST ANCIENT PHILOSOPHY The pre-Socratics, Socrates, Plato, Aristotle, and post-Aristotelian systems. Not open to students... Ferejohn, Michael
CLST 275 DEMOCRACY: ANCIENT AND MODERN Examines democracy in its ancient and modern forms, with special attention to Athenian and American... Atkins, Jed
CLST 284 ROMAN HISTORY From the founding of Rome by Romulus to the founding of Constantinople by Constantine: social,... Huber, Melissa
CLST 344 EARLY GREEK ARCHAEOLOGY Greek material culture in its social, economic, and historical contexts, 1200 to 480 BCE.... Antonaccio, Carla
CLST 354 ROMAN SPECTACLE Gladiatorial games, wild beast hunts, elaborately-staged executions of condemned criminals, and... Jiménez, Alicia
CLST 360 HISTORY OF THE BOOK The history of the book as physical object from its earliest forms (clay tablets, papyrus scrolls... Woods, Jennifer
CLST 480S CAPSTONE SEMINAR Specific aspects of the history, art, and literature of classical Greece and Rome. Open only to... Janan, Micaela
CLST 540S ROMAN COINAGE

New trends in Roman numismatics (from the late Republic to the early Empire, 3rd c. BCE-2nd c....

Jiménez, Alicia
CLST 590S SPECIAL TOPICS IN GREEK ART Problems and issues in a specific period or genre of Greek material culture. Instructor consent... Antonaccio, Carla
Number Title Course Description Instructor
LATIN 102 ELEMENTARY LATIN Second half of Latin 101, 102. Instructor: Staff Crews, Rex
LATIN 102 ELEMENTARY LATIN Second half of Latin 101, 102. Instructor: Staff Cole, Thomas
LATIN 102 ELEMENTARY LATIN Second half of Latin 101, 102. Instructor: Staff Crews, Rex
LATIN 102 ELEMENTARY LATIN Second half of Latin 101, 102. Instructor: Staff Monahan, Courtney
LATIN 203 INTERMEDIATE LATIN Politics and thought in the late Republic: Caesar and Cicero. Instructor: Boatwright or Staff Young, Carl
LATIN 204 ADV INTERMEDIATE LATIN The culture of Republican and Augustan Rome: selections from Cicero, Catullus, Vergil, Horace, Ovid... Crews, Rex
LATIN 302S THE CATILINARIAN CONSPIRACY Examines the primary evidence surrounding Catiline s plot to seize power at Rome. The affair... 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.
LATIN 504S HISTORY, ORATORY, PHILOSOPHY Detailed study of selections from one or more genres. Typical iterations might investigate Roman... Boatwright, Mary
Number Title Course Description Instructor
GREEK 102 ELEMENTARY GREEK Second half of Greek 101,102. Instructor: Staff Stifler, David
GREEK 111 INTENSIVE FIRST-YEAR GREEK

Intensive introduction to ancient Greek language and culture. Includes structure of the language...

Johnson, William
GREEK 204 ADV INTERMEDIATE GREEK Introduction to Athenian Drama. Instructor: Staff Johnson, William
GREEK 334S ANCIENT GREEK SCHOLARSHIP Team-based translation (and web publication) of ancient encyclopedias, lexica, scholia,... Sosin, Joshua
GREEK 534S ANCIENT GREEK SCHOLARSHIP Team-based translation (and web publication) of ancient encyclopedias, lexica, scholia,... Sosin, Joshua
GREEK 580 GREEK LITERATURE SURVEY Instructor: Staff González, José
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 Forte, Maurizio
CLST 141 AGE OF WARRIORS

Classical archaeology is often centered on Roman and Greek civilizations, but can overlook other...

Forte, Maurizio
CLST 344 EARLY GREEK ARCHAEOLOGY Greek material culture in its social, economic, and historical contexts, 1200 to 480 BCE.... Antonaccio, Carla
CLST 354 ROMAN SPECTACLE Gladiatorial games, wild beast hunts, elaborately-staged executions of condemned criminals, and... Jiménez, Alicia
CLST 540S ROMAN COINAGE

New trends in Roman numismatics (from the late Republic to the early Empire, 3rd c. BCE-2nd c....

Jiménez, Alicia