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Past Courses

Spring 2018 Courses

Classical Civilization

CLAS 2302, Classical Mythology: 12-12:50pm, MWF, Dr. Sydnor Roy
- Fulfills: Language Philosophy and Culture Requirement (College of Arts and Sciences CORE/General Education)

CLAS 2303, Sports in Ancient World: 9.30-10:50am, TT, Dr. William Tortorelli
- Fulfills: Language Philosophy and Culture Requirement (College of Arts and Sciences CORE/General Education), Multicultural Requirement (University)

CLAS 2305, Ancient Technology: 12-12:50pm, MWF, Dr. Hannah Friedman
- Fulfills: Social and Behavioral Sciences Requirement (College of Arts and Sciences CORE/General Education)

CLAS 3315, World of Egypt: 12:30-1:50pm, TT, Dr. Christopher Witmore
- Fulfills: Language Philosophy and Culture Requirement (College of Arts and Sciences CORE/General Education), Multicultural Requirement (University)

-Course Description: The Land of Pharaohs: this crucible witnessed the genesis of sedentary communities, urbanism, writing, the megamachinery of bureaucratic oversight and much more—the land along the Nile figures prominently in the modern imagination. From Neolithic beginnings to the development of written memory to the emergence and long-term maintenance of the territorial-state: this course is a general survey of the art and archaeology of ancient Egypt. A broad interest in the cities (from Memphis and Amarna), architectures (from the canonical temple complexes, pyramids to the common atmospheres of sleep and work), art, literature, and material culture will be balanced with a critical and creative appreciation of key themes in ancient studies: surveillance and governance, cosmopolitanism and movement, diplomacy and war, writing and visual media, death and commemoration.

*Check out the CLAS 3315 course flyer here*

CLAS 3330, World of Rome: 10-10:50am, MWF, Dr. Hannah Friedman
- Fulfills: Language Philosophy and Culture Requirement (College of Arts and Sciences CORE/General Education), Multicultural Requirement (University)

CLAS 4310, Classics Seminar [Animals in Ancient Thought]: 2-3:20pm, TT, Dr. Pamela Zinn

*(Check out the CLAS 4310 course flyer here*

Latin

LAT 1501, A Beginning Course in Latin I: 10-10:50am, MTWTF, Dr. William Tortorelli

LAT 2301, A Second Course in Latin I: 9:30-10:50am, TR, Dr. Pamela Zinn
- Contributes to the Fulfillment of: Foreign Language Requirement (College of Arts and Sciences CORE/General Education)

LAT 4300, Individual Problems in Latin [Romans and Britian]: 9-9:50am, MWF, Dr. Sydnor Roy

Ancient Greek

GRK 1501, A Beginning Course in Ancient Greek II: 2:30-3:20am, MWF,

Dr. Donald Lavigne

GRK 2301, A Second Course in Ancient Greek II: 10:00-10:50am, MTWRF,

Dr. Donald Lavigne

- Contributes to the Fulfillment of: Foreign Language Requirement (College of Arts and Sciences CORE/General Education)

GRK 4300, Advanced Ancient Greek: Euripides Medea and other authors:

1:00-1:50pm, MWF, Dr. Sydnor Roy

Online

CLAS 1310, Latin and Greek Terminology, Mr. Jackson Vaughn

CLAS 3350, Comparative Mythology [Metamorphosis and Identity], Dr. Peter Barta
- Fulfills: Language Philosophy and Culture Requirement (College of Arts and Sciences CORE/General Education), Multicultural Requirement (University)

Graduate

CMLL 5305, Greek Poetry Survey: 4-6.50pm, M, Dr. Donald Lavigne

GRK 5330, Greek Prose [Greeks Writing Persia]: 2-.4.50, T, Dr. Sydnor Roy

LAT 5310, Latin Satire: 2-4.50, W, Dr. David Larmour

Classical Language & Literature Studies