Current Courses

Greek

GRE-102   ELEMENTARY GREEK II

Drinkwater, MWF 10:30-11:20am

Readings from Greek authors, especially New Testament writers.

Prerequisite: GRE-101 or two entrance credits

Latin

LAT-102   ELEMENTARY LATIN II

Abbot, MWF 10:30-11:20am

Fundamentals of Latin grammar with selected reading.

Prerequisite: LAT-101 or two entrance credits

LAT-202   INTERMEDIATE LATIN II

Drinkwater, MWF 1:00-1:50pm

Readings of Latin poetry. Authors may include Catullus, Virgil, and/orOvid, among others.

Prerequisite: LAT-201 or departmental permission based on placement list

LAT-222/322 LATINLYRIC

Drinkwater, TTh 11:30am-12:45pm

Poetry of Horace or Catullus, among others, reflecting the influence ofGreek lyric poetry in a unique Roman style.

Offered SPRING 2013

Classical History and Culture In English

CLA-122   HISTORY OF ROMAN CIVILIZATION

Drinkwater, TTh 10:00-11:15am

The development of Roman institutions from the Etruscan period throughConstantine's adoption of Christianity as evidenced from literature, art andarchaeology, including the basic outline of events with methods forunderstanding history and culture in constructing Roman social history.

(Cross-listed with HIS-122)

Offered in Alternate Years

Next Offered – SPRING 2013

Classical Literature

CLL-331    TOPICS IN CLASSICAL LITERATURE

Samson, MW 2:00-3:15pm

Topics in the literature of ancient Greece and Rome: a study of some of the many texts from ancient Greece and Rome, with emphasis on historical andcultural background, poetic genres and styles, ancient and modern literarycriticism and/or the later influence of classical literature. May be repeatedif the topic varies.

Prerequisites: Any 200-levelliterature course, any CLA, CLL, GRE, or LAT course, or permission of theinstructor

Offered in Alternate Years

SPRING 2013: DISEASE AND DISABILITY INCLASSICAL LITERATURE

This course willexplore the Greek and Roman concepts of disease and disability as expressed inliterature. Its focus is how these depictions both reflect and subvert ancientparadigms of illness and its impact on the community, and how they shape themodern views of illness.