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Course Catalog Descriptions: Classics | Classical Archaeology | Classical Linguistics | Greek | Latin

Winter 2015

Classics Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
B - 12385 Daniel Abraham Miller T Th 08:30-09:20
DEN 205
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
C - 12386 Megan April O'Donald T Th 09:30-10:20
SIG 226
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
D - 12387 Daniel Abraham Miller T Th 09:30-10:20
PAR 106
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
E - 12388 Megan April O'Donald T Th 10:30-11:20
THO 135
CLAS 205: Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin And Greek

Designed to help the student master the scientific vocabulary of his or her particular field by a study of the Latin and Greek roots that are used to create the majority of scientific terms. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
A - 12390 Charles Carver M W F 08:30-09:20
CDH 711A
CLAS 205: Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin And Greek

Designed to help the student master the scientific vocabulary of his or her particular field by a study of the Latin and Greek roots that are used to create the majority of scientific terms. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
B - 12391 Alberto Requejo M W F 08:30-09:20
BLD 392
CLAS 205: Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin And Greek

Designed to help the student master the scientific vocabulary of his or her particular field by a study of the Latin and Greek roots that are used to create the majority of scientific terms. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
C - 12392 Alberto Requejo M W F 09:30-10:20
LOW 219
CLAS 205: Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin And Greek

Designed to help the student master the scientific vocabulary of his or her particular field by a study of the Latin and Greek roots that are used to create the majority of scientific terms. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
D - 12393 Xiaoran Luo 罗逍然 M W F 09:30-10:20
FTR 106
CLAS 205: Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin And Greek

Designed to help the student master the scientific vocabulary of his or her particular field by a study of the Latin and Greek roots that are used to create the majority of scientific terms. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
E - 12394 Charles Carver M W F 10:30-11:20
LOW 219
CLAS 205: Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin And Greek

Designed to help the student master the scientific vocabulary of his or her particular field by a study of the Latin and Greek roots that are used to create the majority of scientific terms. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
F - 12395 Xiaoran Luo 罗逍然 M W F 10:30-11:20
FTR 106
CLAS 210: Greek And Roman Classics In English

Introduction to classical literature through a study of the major Greek and Latin authors in modern translation. Offered: AWSp.

VLPA
A - 12396 Olga Levaniouk M W F 10:30-11:20
KNE 220
CLAS 210: Greek And Roman Classics In English

Introduction to classical literature through a study of the major Greek and Latin authors in modern translation. Offered: AWSp.

AA - 12397 Joshua Hartman T Th 10:30-11:20
SMI 407
CLAS 210: Greek And Roman Classics In English

Introduction to classical literature through a study of the major Greek and Latin authors in modern translation. Offered: AWSp.

AB - 12398 Adriana Vazquez T Th 10:30-11:20
HCK 320
CLAS 210: Greek And Roman Classics In English

Introduction to classical literature through a study of the major Greek and Latin authors in modern translation. Offered: AWSp.

AC - 12399 Joshua Hartman T Th 11:30-12:20
SMI 305
CLAS 210: Greek And Roman Classics In English

Introduction to classical literature through a study of the major Greek and Latin authors in modern translation. Offered: AWSp.

AD - 12400 Adriana Vazquez T Th 11:30-12:20
SWS 032
CLAS 326: Women In Antiquity

A broad survey of primary sources in medicine, law, philosophy, religious ritual, myth, history, and ethnography, informed by perspectives from literature, art, and archaeology. Provides students the tools to analyze the social roles of women in ancient Greece and Rome.

DIV, I&S, VLPA
A - 12401 Catherine M. Connors T Th 12:30-14:20
DEN 307
CLAS 422: Intellectual History Of Classical Greece

Uses Plato's Republic as a core text to explore a range of issues of ancient and contemporary interest, such as justice, political theory, education, gender, and the nature of the soul. Besides the Republic and other works of Plato, reading are taken from Homer, Hesiod, the dramatists, and other authors. Taught in English.

I&S, VLPA
A - 12402 Ruby Blondell T Th 14:30-16:20
DEN 307
CLAS 430: Greek And Roman Mythology

Principal myths found in classical and later literature. Offered: AWSp.

VLPA
C - 12404 Brandon Jones M W F 09:30-10:20
KNE 110
CLAS 490: Supervised Study

Individual study in classical topics by arrangement.

A - 12405 to be arranged -
* *
CLAS 495: Senior Essay

Usually written in conjunction with another course in the final year of study in the major.

VLPA, W
A - 12406 to be arranged -
* *
CLAS 496: Special Topics

Offered occasionally by visitors or resident faculty.

VLPA
A - 12407 Olga Levaniouk M W 12:30-14:20
DEN 307
CLAS 496: Special Topics

Offered occasionally by visitors or resident faculty.

VLPA
B - 12408 Kathryn Topper T Th 12:30-14:20
CDH 139
CLAS 496: Special Topics

Offered occasionally by visitors or resident faculty.

VLPA
C - 21433 Ahuvia, Mika M W 13:30-15:20
RAI 116
CLAS 525: Proseminar

Introduces graduate students to the chief subfields, together with their various methodologies and resources, of the broad discipline of classical studies.

A - 12409 Alain M. Gowing F 12:30-15:20
DEN 210
CLAS 700: Master's Thesis
Catalog description not available.
A - 12410 to be arranged -
* *
CLAS 800: Doctoral Dissertation
Catalog description not available.
A - 12411 to be arranged -
* *

Greek Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
GREEK 102: Elementary Greek

An intensive study of grammar, with reading and writing of simple Attic prose. Second in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: GREEK 101. Offered: W.

A - 14911 Alexander Hollmann MTWThF 13:30-14:20
DEN 212
GREEK 306: Attic Prose

Translation of selections from Attic prose; elementary exercises in Attic prose composition. Prerequisite: GREEK 305.

VLPA
A - 14912 Ruby Blondell MTW F 13:30-14:20
DEN 309
GREEK 451: Lyric Poetry

Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

VLPA
A - 14913 Olga Levaniouk M W 14:30-15:50
DEN 309
GREEK 490: Supervised Study

Special work in literary and philosophical texts for graduates and undergraduates. Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

A - 14914 to be arranged -
* *
GREEK 490: Supervised Study

Special work in literary and philosophical texts for graduates and undergraduates. Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

Honors
B - 14915 to be arranged -
* *
GREEK 520: Seminar
Catalog description not available.
A - 14916 Alexander Hollmann T Th 16:00-17:50
DEN 210
GREEK 590: Supervised Study

Prerequisite: permission of Graduate Program Coordinator.

A - 14917 to be arranged -
* *
GREEK 600: Independent Study Or Research
Catalog description not available.
A - 14918 to be arranged -
* *

Latin Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
LATIN 102: Elementary Latin

An intensive study of grammar, with reading and writing of simple Latin prose. Second in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: LATIN 101. Offered: W.

A - 15925 Matthew Gorey MTWThF 10:30-11:20
DEN 305
LATIN 102: Elementary Latin

An intensive study of grammar, with reading and writing of simple Latin prose. Second in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: LATIN 101. Offered: W.

B - 15926 Eunice Kim MTWThF 11:30-12:20
MLR 316
LATIN 300: Latin Language, Accelerated

Intensive introduction to classical Latin. Not accepted as upper-division credit toward a major in Latin or classics. Does not satisfy foreign language proficiency requirement. Cannot be taken for credit if LATIN 101 already taken. Offered: WS.

A - 15927 Allison Das MTWThF 11:30-12:20
DEN 312
LATIN 306: Cicero And Ovid

Readings from the orations of Cicero and the poetry of Ovid; elementary exercises in Latin prose composition. Prerequisite: LATIN 305. Offered: W.

VLPA
A - 15928 Bridget Langley MTW F 11:30-12:20
DEN 213
LATIN 423: Cicero And Sallust

Recommended: either minimum two years of Latin language study at college level or equivalent.

VLPA
A - 21302 Alain M. Gowing T Th 14:30-15:50
MGH 253
LATIN 458: Roman Epic

Recommended: either minimum two years of Latin language study at college level or equivalent.

VLPA
A - 20847 Catherine M. Connors M W 16:00-17:20
DEN 316
LATIN 490: Supervised Study

Special work in literary and philosophical texts for graduates and undergraduates. Recommended: either minimum two years of Latin language study at college level or equivalent.

A - 15929 to be arranged -
* *
LATIN 490: Supervised Study

Special work in literary and philosophical texts for graduates and undergraduates. Recommended: either minimum two years of Latin language study at college level or equivalent.

Honors
B - 15930 to be arranged -
* *
LATIN 520: Seminar
Catalog description not available.
A - 15931 Sarah Culpepper Stroup T 12:30-15:20
DEN 210
LATIN 590: Supervised Study

Prerequisite: permission of Graduate Program Coordinator.

A - 15932 to be arranged -
* *
LATIN 600: Independent Study Or Research
Catalog description not available.
A - 15933 to be arranged -
* *

Classical Archaeology Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
CL AR 341: Greek Art And Archaeology

Survey of the material remains and the developing styles in sculpture, vase painting, architecture, and the minor arts from the geometric to the Hellenistic periods, illustrated by slides. Principal sites and monuments, as well as techniques and methods of excavation, are examined in an attempt to reconstruct the material culture of antiquity. Offered: jointly with ART H 341.

VLPA
A - 12383 Kathryn Topper M W F 09:30-10:20
SAV 166

Spring 2015

Classics Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
A - 00000 T Th 08:30-09:20
CDH 711A
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
C - 00000 T Th 09:30-10:20
CLK 219
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
E - 00000 T Th 10:30-11:20
SMI 115
CLAS 101: Latin And Greek In Current Use

Designed to improve and increase English vocabulary through a study of the Latin and Greek elements in English, with emphasis on words in current literary and scientific use. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
G - 00000 T Th 11:30-12:20
DEN 217
CLAS 205: Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin And Greek

Designed to help the student master the scientific vocabulary of his or her particular field by a study of the Latin and Greek roots that are used to create the majority of scientific terms. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
A - 00000 M W F 08:30-09:20
BLD 286
CLAS 205: Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin And Greek

Designed to help the student master the scientific vocabulary of his or her particular field by a study of the Latin and Greek roots that are used to create the majority of scientific terms. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
B - 00000 M W F 09:30-10:20
CHL 101
CLAS 205: Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin And Greek

Designed to help the student master the scientific vocabulary of his or her particular field by a study of the Latin and Greek roots that are used to create the majority of scientific terms. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
C - 00000 M W F 10:30-11:20
RAI 116
CLAS 205: Bioscientific Vocabulary Building From Latin And Greek

Designed to help the student master the scientific vocabulary of his or her particular field by a study of the Latin and Greek roots that are used to create the majority of scientific terms. No auditors. Knowledge of Latin or Greek is not required. Offered: AWSpS.

VLPA
D - 00000 M W F 11:30-12:20
DEM 124
CLAS 210: Greek And Roman Classics In English

Introduction to classical literature through a study of the major Greek and Latin authors in modern translation. Offered: AWSp.

VLPA
A - 00000 Olga Levaniouk M W F 10:30-11:20
THO 101
CLAS 210: Greek And Roman Classics In English

Introduction to classical literature through a study of the major Greek and Latin authors in modern translation. Offered: AWSp.

AA - 00000 T Th 10:30-11:20
SMI 311
CLAS 210: Greek And Roman Classics In English

Introduction to classical literature through a study of the major Greek and Latin authors in modern translation. Offered: AWSp.

AB - 00000 T Th 10:30-11:20
SMI 309
CLAS 210: Greek And Roman Classics In English

Introduction to classical literature through a study of the major Greek and Latin authors in modern translation. Offered: AWSp.

AC - 00000 T Th 11:30-12:20
* *
CLAS 210: Greek And Roman Classics In English

Introduction to classical literature through a study of the major Greek and Latin authors in modern translation. Offered: AWSp.

AD - 00000 T Th 11:30-12:20
* *
CLAS 399: Study Abroad: Classics

For participants in Classics overseas study programs. Specific course content determined by assigned faculty member. Credit not applicable to majors in the Classics Department without approval.

VLPA
A - 00000 to be arranged -
* *
CLAS 430: Greek And Roman Mythology

Principal myths found in classical and later literature. Offered: AWSp.

VLPA
B - 00000 M W F 13:30-14:20
SMI 120
CLAS 445: Greek And Roman Religion

Religion in the social life of the Greeks and Romans, with emphasis placed on their public rituals and festivals. Attention is given to the priesthoods, personal piety, rituals of purification and healing, and the conflict of religions in the early Roman Empire. Many lectures illustrated by slides. Recommended: JSIS B 201. Offered: jointly with JSIS C 445.

I&S, VLPA
A - 00000 Alexander Hollmann MTWThF 12:30-13:20
CDH 135
CLAS 490: Supervised Study

Individual study in classical topics by arrangement.

A - 00000 to be arranged -
* *
CLAS 495: Senior Essay

Usually written in conjunction with another course in the final year of study in the major.

VLPA, W
A - 00000 to be arranged -
* *
CLAS 496: Special Topics

Offered occasionally by visitors or resident faculty.

VLPA
A - 00000 to be arranged -
* *
CLAS 700: Master's Thesis
Catalog description not available.
A - 00000 to be arranged -
* *
CLAS 800: Doctoral Dissertation
Catalog description not available.
A - 00000 to be arranged -
* *

Greek Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
GREEK 103: Elementary Greek

Reading of selections from classical Greek literature. Third in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: GREEK 102. Offered: Sp.

A - 00000 Olga Levaniouk MTWThF 13:30-14:20
DEN 309
GREEK 307: Homer

Translation of selections from the Iliad or the Odyssey; Attic prose composition, metrics. Prerequisite: GREEK 306. Offered: Sp.

VLPA
A - 00000 Kathryn Topper MTW F 13:30-14:20
DEN 310
GREEK 443: Greek Drama

Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

VLPA
A - 00000 Ruby Blondell M W 16:00-17:20
* *
GREEK 490: Supervised Study

Special work in literary and philosophical texts for graduates and undergraduates. Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

A - 00000 to be arranged -
* *
GREEK 490: Supervised Study

Special work in literary and philosophical texts for graduates and undergraduates. Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

Honors
B - 00000 to be arranged -
* *
GREEK 512: Greek Tragedy

Aeschylus, Sophocles, and/or Euripides.

A - 00000 Ruby Blondell F 12:30-15:20
DEN 210
GREEK 590: Supervised Study

Prerequisite: permission of Graduate Program Coordinator.

A - 00000 to be arranged -
* *
GREEK 600: Independent Study Or Research
Catalog description not available.
A - 00000 to be arranged -
* *

Latin Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
LATIN 103: Elementary Latin

Reading of selections from classical Latin literature. Third in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: LATIN 102. Offered: Sp.

A - 00000 MTWThF 09:30-10:20
DEN 317
LATIN 301: Latin Language, Accelerated

Intensive introduction to classical Latin. Not accepted as upper-division credit toward a major in Latin or classics. Does not satisfy foreign language proficiency requirement. Cannot be taken for credit if LATIN 101 already taken. Prerequisite: LATIN 300. Offered: SpS.

A - 00000 MTWThF 11:30-12:20
PAR 313
LATIN 307: Vergil

Selections from the first six books of the Aeneid; elementary exercises in Latin prose composition or metrics. Prerequisite: LATIN 306. Offered: Sp.

VLPA
A - 00000 MTW F 11:30-12:20
DEN 310
LATIN 307: Vergil

Selections from the first six books of the Aeneid; elementary exercises in Latin prose composition or metrics. Prerequisite: LATIN 306. Offered: Sp.

VLPA
B - 00000 to be arranged -
* *
LATIN 424: Tacitus

Recommended: either minimum two years of Latin language study at college level or equivalent.

VLPA
A - 00000 Alexander Hollmann T Th 14:30-15:50
DEN 317
LATIN 458: Roman Epic

Recommended: either minimum two years of Latin language study at college level or equivalent.

VLPA
A - 00000 to be arranged -
* *
LATIN 465: Roman Topography And Monuments

Study of the material remains of ancient Rome from the archaic period through the imperial age. Reading of source materials and inscriptions in Latin. Conducted in Rome. Recommended: either minimum two years of Latin language study at college level or equivalent. Offered: Sp.

VLPA
A - 00000 Sarah Culpepper Stroup to be arranged -
* *
LATIN 465: Roman Topography And Monuments

Study of the material remains of ancient Rome from the archaic period through the imperial age. Reading of source materials and inscriptions in Latin. Conducted in Rome. Recommended: either minimum two years of Latin language study at college level or equivalent. Offered: Sp.

VLPA
B - 00000 to be arranged -
* *
LATIN 465: Roman Topography And Monuments

Study of the material remains of ancient Rome from the archaic period through the imperial age. Reading of source materials and inscriptions in Latin. Conducted in Rome. Recommended: either minimum two years of Latin language study at college level or equivalent. Offered: Sp.

VLPA
C - 00000 to be arranged -
* *
LATIN 490: Supervised Study

Special work in literary and philosophical texts for graduates and undergraduates. Recommended: either minimum two years of Latin language study at college level or equivalent.

A - 00000 to be arranged -
* *
LATIN 490: Supervised Study

Special work in literary and philosophical texts for graduates and undergraduates. Recommended: either minimum two years of Latin language study at college level or equivalent.

Honors
B - 00000 to be arranged -
* *
LATIN 520: Seminar
Catalog description not available.
A - 00000 Alain M. Gowing T Th 12:30-14:20
DEN 210
LATIN 565: Seminar In Rome

Study of selected topics and authors in Latin literature. Conducted in Rome.

A - 00000 Sarah Culpepper Stroup to be arranged -
* *
LATIN 565: Seminar In Rome

Study of selected topics and authors in Latin literature. Conducted in Rome.

B - 00000 to be arranged -
* *
LATIN 590: Supervised Study

Prerequisite: permission of Graduate Program Coordinator.

A - 00000 to be arranged -
* *
LATIN 600: Independent Study Or Research
Catalog description not available.
A - 00000 to be arranged -
* *

Classical Archaeology Courses

Course Section / SLN Instructor Meetings
CL AR 343: Hellenistic Art And Archaeology

Survey of the art of Greece and the eastern Mediterranean from the time of Alexander the Great to the Roman conquest. Principal sites with their sculpture, painting, mosaics, and minor arts examined in lectures illustrated with slides. Offered: jointly with ART H 343.

VLPA
A - 00000 Kathryn Topper M W F 09:30-10:20
DEN 216