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Spring 2023
CLASSICS

CLAS 116B – Word Roots: Science and Medical Terminology
This course will focus on the history and structure of words including the use of Greek and Latin roots in the formation of technical terms in medicine and the sciences. Elements of word formation (prefixes, suffixes, and bases) will be intensively studied so that the words can by systematically analyzed and broken down into their component parts. Excellent preparation for standardized tests such as the GMAT, GRE, LSAT, and MCAT.

Section 101
Days
Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Instructor Eva Carrara
Date Jan 11 - May 3
Status Open
Enrollment 196 / 600
  • Days:
  • Time: 5:00 PM
  • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 196 / 600
Section 102
Days
Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Instructor Alex Lee
Date Mar 13 - May 3
Status Open
Enrollment 40 / 250
  • Days:
  • Time: 5:00 PM
  • Dates: Mar 13 - May 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 40 / 250
Section 201
Days
Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Instructor Eva Carrara
Date Jan 11 - May 3
Status Open
Enrollment 196 / 600
  • Days:
  • Time: 5:00 PM
  • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 196 / 600
Section 202
Days
Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
Instructor Alex Lee
Date Mar 13 - May 3
Status Open
Enrollment 40 / 250
  • Days:
  • Time: 5:00 PM
  • Dates: Mar 13 - May 3
  • Status: Open
  • Enrollment: 40 / 250

CLAS 150C1 – Pyramids and Mummies: The Pharaoh and Ancient Egyptian Society
  • Gen Ed: Diversity Emphasis
  • Gen Ed: Tier 1 Individuals & Societies/150
  • Gen Ed: Building Connections
  • Pyramids and Mummies focuses on the role of the pharaoh in ancient Egyptian Society and its portrayal in modern culture. It centers on the overarching question of how political rulers consolidate, exert, and maintain political power over their constituent populations. To do this, Pyramids and Mummies takes an interdisciplinary approach to Egyptian history, examining it from Natural Science, Social Science, Arts, and Humanities perspectives, assessing how Egyptian pharaohs utilized a diverse array of tactics to rule their kingdom. This course then moves from ancient to modern, analyzing the portrayal of ancient Egyptian kingship in the modern world, with a special focus on the ways in which issues of race, ethnicity, diversity, and equity are addressed in cinematic adaptations of ancient Egyptian culture and kingship. Upon completing this course, students will be able to critically analyze issues of political rule from a variety of disciplinary lenses, and synthesize these multifaceted strategies in clear, concise, and powerful written prose, and they will be able to address issues of race, equity, and inclusion in the reception and adaptation of ancient Egyptian culture.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jan 11 - Mar 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 776 / 1000
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - Mar 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 776 / 1000
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jan 11 - Mar 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 776 / 1000
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - Mar 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 776 / 1000
    Section 401
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jan 11 - Mar 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 776 / 1000
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - Mar 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 776 / 1000

    CLAS 160B1 – Meet the Ancients: Gateway to Greece and Rome
  • Gen Ed: Tier 1 Traditions and Cultures/160
  • Gen Ed: Building Connections
  • Journey into the past to discover the worlds of the ancient Greeks and Romans. From democracy and republicanism to literature, philosophy and art, the contributions of these two cultures serve as the foundation for much of what has been described as ""western"" culture. This course explores who these peoples were, how these civilizations developed, what ideas and institutions they created, and why the Greeks and Romans matter today. Through this exploration into the Greco-Roman world, this course builds connections between the multiple types of evidence that scholars draw upon to paint a picture of the ancient past. Close readings of texts provide a humanistic perspective on classical culture; archaeological data inform us about social scientific trends in demography and economics; environmental evidence from ice cores, botanical remains, and soil samples enable a natural science perspective on the past; and some of the world¿s most famous objects ¿from the Venus di Milo to Grecian vases ¿allow for artistic insights. In this course, students will evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of each disciplinary approach to understanding the past, and ultimately weave together multiple strands of evidence to create their signature assignment. Upon completing ¿Meet the Ancients¿, students will not only have a better understanding of Greco-Roman history and culture, they will, above all, have a deeper understanding of the different perspectives used to approach ancient history and the skills to evaluate and synthesize diverse types of evidence.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
    Instructor Nathaniel Katz
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 163 / 230
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 12:30 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 163 / 230
    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Mar 13 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 264 / 1000
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Mar 13 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 264 / 1000
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Mar 13 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 264 / 1000
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Mar 13 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 264 / 1000

    CLAS 160D2 – Classical Mythology: Ancient Stories and What they Tell Us
  • Gen Ed: Tier 1 Traditions and Cultures/160
  • Gen Ed: Exploring Perspectives, Humanist
  • The myths, legends, and folktales of the Greeks, Romans and the peoples of the ancient Near East have remained popular for thousands of years. Together we¿ll not only learn about these stories themselves, but also think about why these stories are so popular, where they came from, and what insights they give us into the various people and cultures who created and reinterpreted them across the millennia.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
    Instructor Eva Carrara
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 195 / 230
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 9:30 AM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 195 / 230
    Section 002
    Days MoWe
    Time 3:00 PM - 4:15 PM
    Instructor Alex Lee
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 127 / 130
    • Days: MoWe
    • Time: 3:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 127 / 130
    Section 003
    Days TuTh
    Time 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
    Instructor Alex Lee
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Closed
    Enrollment 61 / 60
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 11:00 AM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Closed
    • Enrollment: 61 / 60
    Section 004
    Days TuTh
    Time 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
    Instructor Eva Carrara
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 195 / 230
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 9:30 AM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 195 / 230
    Section 102
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Nathaniel Katz
    Date Mar 13 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 161 / 250
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Mar 13 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 161 / 250
    Section 202
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Nathaniel Katz
    Date Mar 13 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 161 / 250
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Mar 13 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 161 / 250
    Section 402
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Nathaniel Katz
    Date Mar 13 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 161 / 250
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Mar 13 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 161 / 250

    CLAS 222 – Classics Through the Ages: Ancient Greek and Roman Influences on Western Civilization and Beyond
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Humanities
  • This course examines Ancient Greek and Roman art, literature, and thought, and the influence of this classical tradition on the artistic, intellectual, and cultural development of subsequent societies from late antiquity to the present day.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
    Instructor Sarah McCallum
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 21 / 60
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 12:30 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 21 / 60

    CLAS 301B – The Literature of the Ancient Romans: Latin Literature in English Translation
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • Classics 301B provides an introductory survey of Latin literature through English translations. The works to be studied include some of the earliest extant ones of the republican period down to those of the mid-empire: our authors span a period of over 300 years. We will read from a variety of genres, including comedy and tragedy, epic and lyric poetry, didactic literature, satire, historiography, the novel, letters, and philosophy. Latin writers appropriated all these genres- with the exception of satire, which apparently is a Roman innovation (satura quidem tota nostra est, Quintilian 10.1.93)-from the Greeks. In doing so they creatively and self-reflexively (Latin literature is extremely "meta") adapted their Greek source texts with a view to their own audiences and artistic purposes. The study of this literature provides a dynamic point of entry into the rich and diverse cultural world of the ancient Romans-the Roman empire was an extraordinarily complex experiment in multiethnic and polylingual exchange that is only now being rivaled by globalist movements. Latin literature is also critical to appreciation of subsequent European literatures and cultures.

    Section 001
    Days MoWe
    Time 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM
    Instructor Cynthia White
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 25 / 43
    • Days: MoWe
    • Time: 3:30 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 25 / 43

    CLAS 303 – Crime and Punishment in the Ancient World
  • Cross Listed
  • This course explores the history of criminal justice systems in the ancient Mediterranean through close examination of select primary sources. Its primary focus is Greece and Rome, but it will also cover Pharaonic Egypt and the Ancient Near East. We shall move chronologically, geographically, and topically, treating a broad range of literary and archaeological evidence. Of central importance to the course will be the issue of boundaries: between right and wrong, imprisonment and freedom, individual and state. Law codes from Mesopotamia, tomb robbery in the Egyptian New Kingdom, the trial and execution of Socrates, police in the streets of Rome, execution by gladiator, spiritual and allegorical punishment: the course encompasses it all!

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
    Instructor John Bauschatz
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Closed
    Enrollment 28 / 30
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 9:30 AM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Closed
    • Enrollment: 28 / 30

    CLAS 305 – Greek and Roman Religion
  • Cross Listed
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Individuals and Societies
  • Gen Ed: Building Connections
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • Religious beliefs and cult practices in ancient Greece and Rome. All readings in English.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Grant Adamson
    Date Jan 11 - Mar 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 438 / 450
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - Mar 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 438 / 450
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Grant Adamson
    Date Jan 11 - Mar 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 438 / 450
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - Mar 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 438 / 450
    Section 401
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Grant Adamson
    Date Jan 11 - Mar 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 438 / 450
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - Mar 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 438 / 450

    CLAS 310 – Rome in Film: The City as Text
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Arts
  • A grand tour of Rome in film, beginning with the epic themes of ancient history-the Caesars, Cleopatra, and Mark Anthony-through the modern period . Films in their thematic, stylistic, and narrative range invite students to explore both Rome's unique status in the west as well as Rome's place in the national Italian consciousness.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Cynthia White
    Date Jan 11 - Mar 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 71 / 85
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - Mar 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 71 / 85
    Section 102
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Cynthia White
    Date Jan 11 - Mar 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 71 / 85
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - Mar 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 71 / 85
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Cynthia White
    Date Jan 11 - Mar 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 71 / 85
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - Mar 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 71 / 85

    CLAS 313 – Health and Medicine in Classical Antiquity
  • Cross Listed
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • The course examines the mythology and practice of medicine in Greek and Roman times from Asclepius to Hippocrates and Galen, medical instruments and procedures, the religious manifestation of healing in Greek and Roman sanctuaries, the votive dedications by patients and cured, midwifery and child care, public hygiene and diseases. The topics cover a large spectrum of the medical practice and public health in the ancient societies of Classical antiquity, as well as how ancient worldviews, including religion and religious practice, shaped health and medicine in Greek and Roman civilization.

    Section 001
    Days MoWe
    Time 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
    Instructor Eleni Hasaki
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 43 / 62
    • Days: MoWe
    • Time: 2:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 43 / 62

    CLAS 313 – Health and Medicine in Classical Antiquity
  • Cross Listed
  • Honors Course
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • The course examines the mythology and practice of medicine in Greek and Roman times from Asclepius to Hippocrates and Galen, medical instruments and procedures, the religious manifestation of healing in Greek and Roman sanctuaries, the votive dedications by patients and cured, midwifery and child care, public hygiene and diseases. The topics cover a large spectrum of the medical practice and public health in the ancient societies of Classical antiquity, as well as how ancient worldviews, including religion and religious practice, shaped health and medicine in Greek and Roman civilization.

    Section 002
    Days MoWe
    Time 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
    Instructor Eleni Hasaki
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 43 / 62
    • Days: MoWe
    • Time: 2:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 43 / 62

    CLAS 323 – Ancient Empires
  • Cross Listed
  • Gen Ed: Diversity Emphasis
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Individuals and Societies
  • During this class, we will be exploring the diverse nations of the Mediterranean that pursued the acquisition of empire in the ancient world: Pharaonic Egypt, Achaemenid Persia, 5th century Athens, 4th century Macedon, and Imperial Rome. More than only the respective "rise and fall" of each empire, we will examine how the rulers of each civilization depicted and justified their policies of conquest, how the pursuit of empire changed the cultures of these civilizations, and how each empire paved the way for the next. In the end, we will be learning how empires in general (mis)function, and how empires are justified to their participants, subjects, and enemies.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Alex Lee
    Date Mar 13 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 99 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Mar 13 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 99 / 100

    CLAS 329 – Art History of the Cinema
  • Cross Listed
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Arts
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Humanities
  • Gen Ed: Exploring Perspectives, Humanist
  • Survey of major artistic movements, including academicism, expressionism, cubism, and surrealism, and their influence on film in Germany, Italy, America, and France.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor David Soren
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 722 / 800
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 722 / 800
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor David Soren
    Date Jan 11 - Mar 3
    Status Closed
    Enrollment 88 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - Mar 3
    • Status: Closed
    • Enrollment: 88 / 100
    Section 401
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor David Soren
    Date Jan 11 - Mar 3
    Status Closed
    Enrollment 88 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - Mar 3
    • Status: Closed
    • Enrollment: 88 / 100

    CLAS 335 – The Roman Empire: Rulers and Ruled
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Humanities
  • Gen Ed: Exploring Perspectives, Humanist
  • Topics in multiculturalism: transformation of the Roman Empire by diverse individuals and peoples all over the Mediterranean basin; centered on the second century C.E.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM
    Instructor Eva Carrara
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 45 / 75
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 3:30 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 45 / 75

    CLAS 338 – Introduction to Roman Art and Archaeology
  • Cross Listed
  • Engagement: Intercultural Exploration
  • Engagement: Global and Intercultural Comprehension
  • This course provides an overview of the culture of ancient Rome beginning about 1000 BCE and ending with the so-called "Fall of Rome". It looks at some of the key people who played a role in Rome, from the time of the kings through the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire. It will also focus on the city of Rome itself, as well as Rome's expansion through Italy, the Mediterranean, and beyond.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor David Soren
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 103 / 150
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 103 / 150

    CLAS 338 – Introduction to Roman Art and Archaeology
  • Cross Listed
  • This course provides an overview of the culture of ancient Rome beginning about 1000 BCE and ending with the so-called "Fall of Rome". It looks at some of the key people who played a role in Rome, from the time of the kings through the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire. It will also focus on the city of Rome itself, as well as Rome's expansion through Italy, the Mediterranean, and beyond.

    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor David Soren
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 103 / 150
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 103 / 150

    CLAS 346 – Family Feuds: Re-Interpreting Greek Tragedy
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Humanities
  • Gen Ed: Building Connections
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • In this course, students will examine ancient Greek tragedy both in its original context, and as it has been interpreted and re-interpreted in more modern times. They will combine historical, critical, and artistic perspectives to consider what tragedy was/is and what made/makes it moving, effective, and enduring. The course will spotlight one the great tragic themes, centering the stories of Agamemnon, Oedipus, or the Trojan War. Students will build upon their understanding of both ancient tragedy and modern receptions to conceptualize effective modern stagings and adaptations.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
    Instructor Robert Groves
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 30 / 32
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 11:00 AM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 30 / 32

    CLAS 355 – Horror, Terror, Violence & Trauma in the Ancient Roman World
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Humanities
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • This course analyzes some of the most culturally prevalent forms of horror, terror, and violence in the ancient Roman world, including those associated with war, slavery, autocratic rule, and the spectacles of the amphitheater. In addition to examining relevant literary and documentary evidence from Roman antiquity, this course incorporates select writings in trauma studies, as well as modern comparative materials, that can provide frameworks for interpreting how both individuals and groups in the Roman world experienced and remediated the effects of trauma in their lives.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
    Instructor David Christenson
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 27 / 50
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 12:30 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 27 / 50

    CLAS 401A – Early Christian Literature: Greek Texts
  • Cross Listed
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • This course involves in depth study of early Christian texts together with related contemporary Jewish and Greco-Roman literature. Students will engage in careful analysis of individual texts in the New Testament and from the first four centuries of the Common Era, focusing on questions of genre, authorship, and meaning. Alongside these, students will examine writings by contemporary Jewish, Greek, and Roman authors (e.g., Philo, Josephus, Seneca, and Plutarch) as illustrative of the wider literary and religious culture. For students who have completed GRK 201, an option for readings in ancient Greek will be available as part of the course.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
    Instructor Courtney Friesen
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 11 / 22
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 9:30 AM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 11 / 22

    CLAS 403A – History of Greece: Democracy, War, and Empire in the 5th Century BCE
  • Cross Listed
  • Beginning with Herodotus¿ history of the Persian Wars and concluding with Thucydides¿ account of the Peloponnesian War, you will read and discuss various types of ancient sources in order to write your own history of the growth of democracy, the spread of empire, and the persistence of war in Classical Greece.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
    Instructor Steven Johnstone
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 23 / 25
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 12:30 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 23 / 25

    CLAS 404A – History of Rome: The Republic to the Death of Caesar
  • Cross Listed
  • The Republic to the death of Caesar.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
    Instructor Alison Futrell
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Closed
    Enrollment 19 / 24
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 2:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Closed
    • Enrollment: 19 / 24

    CLAS 404C – Cleopatra: Power, Passion, Propaganda
  • Cross Listed
  • This course focuses on Cleopatra VII (69-30 BCE), the last ruler of Ptolemaic Egypt and one of the best-known women in history and a key powerbroker during a period of important political change, one with enduring repercussions for the western world. She has been, however, deliberately memorialized as a "romantic" agent, a deployer of "feminine wiles", whose gender and political toolbox rightly doomed her efforts to failure. Students will interrogate the process of transforming a historical individual into an object lesson, a trope of femininity, and a cinematic legend, unpacking the messages crafted for a range of audiences and purposes by multiple creators, including Cleopatra herself. We begin with the historical background of the Hellenistic period, cosmopolitan and multicultural, focusing especially on the dynamism of women in the ideology of royal power and as image-makers in their own right, developing special forms for female authority and female patronage. A number of earlier Cleopatras establish context and particular precedents, creating official personae to engage effective interactions with fundamental groups; these include the resilient Ptolemaic queen Cleopatra II (r. 175-116 BCE) and Cleopatra Thea, token in a dynastic alliance who became Great Queen of Syria, dominating the Seleucid throne for a generation. Students will then sift through the evidence for Cleopatra VII, both the contentious (and largely hostile) material for her Mediterranean activities as well as the Egyptian record that may represent the specific efforts of the queen herself, utilizing then-ancient symbol and ritual to assert her legitimate imperial authority and structure her collaboration with major stakeholders in the Nile realm. The last section of the course looks to the lingering memory of Cleopatra long after her death, closely examining images in drama, art, and film to explore how the story of Cleopatra has been crafted and recrafted to represent different "truths" about sex, power, and identity.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
    Instructor Alison Futrell
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 25 / 30
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 11:00 AM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 25 / 30

    CLAS 420 – Archaic Greek Sanctuaries
  • Cross Listed
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • This course therefore concentrates on the evidence for Greek sanctuary sites between 1000 and 600 B.C. We examine the excavated material from numerous sanctuary sites, including architectural remains (temples and/or altars), votive offerings of bronze and clay, and any other evidence revealing religious practices during these formative years. The role the sanctuaries played in society is also considered with a view to their political, social, economic and spiritual implications for Archaic Greek life.

    Section 001
    Days Tu
    Time 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM
    Instructor David Gilman Romano
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 12 / 15
    • Days: Tu
    • Time: 3:30 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 12 / 15

    CLAS 432 – Literary Translation as Classical Reception
    This course examines the translation of classical (poetic) texts as a way of receiving these texts and rendering them accessible - and fresh - for new audiences. The course consists of five components: (1) an introduction to the field of Translation Studies; (2) diachronic study of some of the most influential writers on translation, i.e. from Cicero to 21st century theorists; (3) the translation and adaptation of Greek texts by Latin authors at the beginnings of Latin literature; (4) close study of selected Greek and Latin poetic texts against a selection of published translations of them in English; (5) translation practica.

    Section 001
    Days Th
    Time 3:30 PM - 6:00 PM
    Instructor David Christenson
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 4 / 20
    • Days: Th
    • Time: 3:30 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 4 / 20

    CLAS 465 – Greek Pottery: Craft and Society in Ancient Greece
  • Cross Listed
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • This course surveys the development of ancient Greek pottery from c. 3000 to 400 BCE, with a focus on the period 1200-400 BCE (Mycenaean-Late Classical). Topics to be addressed include stylistic and typological developments, uses of ceramics within historical settings, iconography and meaning, materials and manufacturing techniques, organization of ceramic workshops, and potters and their social status. Key goals of the course include gaining an appreciation for the great importance of pottery in establishing and verifying the foundations of chronology in Greek archaeology as well as illuminating fundamental aspects of Greek society and culture. Opportunities for hands-on experiences in UA ceramics labs and museum collections will be available.

    Section 001
    Days MoWe
    Time 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
    Instructor Eleni Hasaki
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 21 / 30
    • Days: MoWe
    • Time: 9:30 AM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 21 / 30

    CLAS 472A – Ancient Philosophy
  • Cross Listed
  • A philosophical introduction to the major works of Plato.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Lenin Vazquez-Toledo
    Date Mar 13 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 43 / 80
    • +
    • Section: 101
    • Instructor:Lenin Vazquez-Toledo
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Mar 13 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 43 / 80
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Lenin Vazquez-Toledo
    Date Mar 13 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 43 / 80
    • +
    • Section: 201
    • Instructor:Lenin Vazquez-Toledo
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Mar 13 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 43 / 80
    GREEK

    GRK 102 – Elementary Classical Greek II
    The second semester of the introduction to the basic morphology, grammar, syntax, and vocabulary of ancient Greek through reading and composition for students of the Bible and of classical authors.

    Section 001
    Days MoTuWeTh
    Time 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM
    Instructor Arum Park
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 13 / 18
    • Days: MoTuWeTh
    • Time: 1:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 13 / 18

    GRK 202 – Intermediate Classical Greek II
    Selections from classical Greek poetry.

    Section 001
    Days MoTuWeTh
    Time 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM
    Instructor John Bauschatz
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 11 / 18
    • Days: MoTuWeTh
    • Time: 1:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 11 / 18

    GRK 433 – Readings in Ancient Greek Poetry of the Archaic and/or Hellenistic Period
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • Critical readings in ancient Greek with literary and social-historical contextual analyses of ancient Greek Poetry of either the Archaic or Hellenistic period or both.

    Section 001
    Days MoWe
    Time 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
    Instructor Arum Park
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 6 / 22
    • Days: MoWe
    • Time: 2:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 6 / 22
    LATIN

    LAT 101 – Elementary Latin I
    An introduction to the basic morphology, syntax and vocabulary of Latin through reading and composition.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Nathaniel Katz
    Date Jan 11 - Mar 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 41 / 50
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - Mar 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 41 / 50
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Nathaniel Katz
    Date Jan 11 - Mar 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 41 / 50
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - Mar 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 41 / 50

    LAT 102 – Elementary Latin II
    A second semester introduction to the basic morphology, syntax and vocabulary of Latin through reading and composition.

    Section 001
    Days MoTuWeTh
    Time 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
    Instructor Alexander Kiprof
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 12 / 25
    • Days: MoTuWeTh
    • Time: 10:00 AM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 12 / 25
    Section 002
    Days MoTuWeTh
    Time 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM
    Instructor Jackson Abhau
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 12 / 25
    • Days: MoTuWeTh
    • Time: 1:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 12 / 25
    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Nathaniel Katz
    Date Mar 13 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 41 / 50
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Mar 13 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 41 / 50
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Nathaniel Katz
    Date Mar 13 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 41 / 50
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Mar 13 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 41 / 50

    LAT 201 – Intermediate Latin I
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Humanities
  • Review of Latin grammar with readings from prose writers.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Eva Carrara
    Date Jan 11 - Mar 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 12 / 25
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - Mar 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 12 / 25
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Eva Carrara
    Date Jan 11 - Mar 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 12 / 25
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - Mar 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 12 / 25

    LAT 202 – Intermediate Latin II
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Humanities
  • Pass/Fail Option Available to Qualified Students
  • Review of Latin grammar with readings from the poetry of Virgil's Aeneid.

    Section 001
    Days MoTuWeTh
    Time 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
    Instructor Thomas McMath
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 11 / 25
    • Days: MoTuWeTh
    • Time: 10:00 AM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 11 / 25
    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Eva Carrara
    Date Mar 13 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 18 / 25
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Mar 13 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 18 / 25
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Eva Carrara
    Date Mar 13 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 18 / 25
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Mar 13 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 18 / 25

    LAT 401 – Latin Reading Course
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • Readings in one of the following: epic, lyric, drama, history, oratory, satire, epistles, novel, philosophical, technical or medieval literature.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
    Instructor Sarah McCallum
    Date Jan 11 - May 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 15 / 25
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 2:00 PM
    • Dates: Jan 11 - May 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 15 / 25
    Summer 2023
    CLASSICS

    CLAS 116B – Word Roots: Science and Medical Terminology
    This course will focus on the history and structure of words including the use of Greek and Latin roots in the formation of technical terms in medicine and the sciences. Elements of word formation (prefixes, suffixes, and bases) will be intensively studied so that the words can by systematically analyzed and broken down into their component parts. Excellent preparation for standardized tests such as the GMAT, GRE, LSAT, and MCAT.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Sarah McCallum
    Date Jun 5 - Jul 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 60
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jun 5 - Jul 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 60
    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Sarah McCallum
    Date Jul 10 - Aug 9
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 60
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jul 10 - Aug 9
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 60
    Section 131
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Unassigned
    Date May 15 - Jun 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 25
    • +
    • Section: 131
    • Instructor:Unassigned
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: May 15 - Jun 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 25
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Sarah McCallum
    Date Jun 5 - Jul 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 60
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jun 5 - Jul 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 60
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Sarah McCallum
    Date Jul 10 - Aug 9
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 60
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jul 10 - Aug 9
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 60

    CLAS 150C1 – Pyramids and Mummies: The Pharaoh and Ancient Egyptian Society
  • Gen Ed: Diversity Emphasis
  • Gen Ed: Tier 1 Individuals & Societies/150
  • Gen Ed: Building Connections
  • Pyramids and Mummies focuses on the role of the pharaoh in ancient Egyptian Society and its portrayal in modern culture. It centers on the overarching question of how political rulers consolidate, exert, and maintain political power over their constituent populations. To do this, Pyramids and Mummies takes an interdisciplinary approach to Egyptian history, examining it from Natural Science, Social Science, Arts, and Humanities perspectives, assessing how Egyptian pharaohs utilized a diverse array of tactics to rule their kingdom. This course then moves from ancient to modern, analyzing the portrayal of ancient Egyptian kingship in the modern world, with a special focus on the ways in which issues of race, ethnicity, diversity, and equity are addressed in cinematic adaptations of ancient Egyptian culture and kingship. Upon completing this course, students will be able to critically analyze issues of political rule from a variety of disciplinary lenses, and synthesize these multifaceted strategies in clear, concise, and powerful written prose, and they will be able to address issues of race, equity, and inclusion in the reception and adaptation of ancient Egyptian culture.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jun 5 - Jul 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jun 5 - Jul 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jul 10 - Aug 9
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jul 10 - Aug 9
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 131
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date May 15 - Jun 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: May 15 - Jun 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jul 10 - Aug 9
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jul 10 - Aug 9
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jun 5 - Jul 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jun 5 - Jul 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 401
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jul 10 - Aug 9
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jul 10 - Aug 9
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 401
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jun 5 - Jul 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jun 5 - Jul 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100

    CLAS 160B1 – Meet the Ancients: Gateway to Greece and Rome
  • Gen Ed: Tier 1 Traditions and Cultures/160
  • Gen Ed: Building Connections
  • Journey into the past to discover the worlds of the ancient Greeks and Romans. From democracy and republicanism to literature, philosophy and art, the contributions of these two cultures serve as the foundation for much of what has been described as ""western"" culture. This course explores who these peoples were, how these civilizations developed, what ideas and institutions they created, and why the Greeks and Romans matter today. Through this exploration into the Greco-Roman world, this course builds connections between the multiple types of evidence that scholars draw upon to paint a picture of the ancient past. Close readings of texts provide a humanistic perspective on classical culture; archaeological data inform us about social scientific trends in demography and economics; environmental evidence from ice cores, botanical remains, and soil samples enable a natural science perspective on the past; and some of the world's most famous objects--from the Venus di Milo to Grecian vases--allow for artistic insights. In this course, students will evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of each disciplinary approach to understanding the past, and ultimately weave together multiple strands of evidence to create their signature assignment. Upon completing "Meet the Ancients", students will not only have a better understanding of Greco-Roman history and culture, they will, above all, have a deeper understanding of the different perspectives used to approach ancient history and the skills to evaluate and synthesize diverse types of evidence.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jun 5 - Jul 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jun 5 - Jul 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jul 10 - Aug 9
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jul 10 - Aug 9
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 131
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date May 15 - Jun 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: May 15 - Jun 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jul 10 - Aug 9
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jul 10 - Aug 9
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jun 5 - Jul 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jun 5 - Jul 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 401
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jul 10 - Aug 9
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jul 10 - Aug 9
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 401
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jun 5 - Jul 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jun 5 - Jul 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100

    CLAS 160D2 – Classical Mythology: Ancient Stories and What they Tell Us
  • Gen Ed: Tier 1 Traditions and Cultures/160
  • Gen Ed: Exploring Perspectives, Humanist
  • The myths, legends, and folktales of the Greeks, Romans and the peoples of the ancient Near East have remained popular for thousands of years. Together we'll not only learn about these stories themselves, but also think about why these stories are so popular, where they came from, and what insights they give us into the various people and cultures who created and reinterpreted them across the millennia.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jun 5 - Jul 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jun 5 - Jul 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jul 10 - Aug 9
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jul 10 - Aug 9
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 131
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date May 15 - Jun 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: May 15 - Jun 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jul 10 - Aug 9
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jul 10 - Aug 9
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jun 5 - Jul 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jun 5 - Jul 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 401
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jul 10 - Aug 9
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jul 10 - Aug 9
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 401
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jun 5 - Jul 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jun 5 - Jul 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100

    CLAS 201 – Contexts for Studying Classical Reception Abroad
    A survey of history, geography and culture designed to provide a thorough grounding for students studying Classics and Classical Receptions as part of study abroad programs. In this course, we will develop a foundation for your study abroad experience by helping you develop a thorough sense of the historical and cultural context in which the works of art, architecture, and literature you will encounter, as well as the museums, buildings, and archaeological sites you will visit, were created. Because the logistics of a study abroad program often mean visiting sites out of historical or chronological order, this course will help you construct a mental framework into which you may place the disparate items you will consider in your program. Classics study abroad programs require students like you to grapple with material in multiple disciplines (Archaeology, Architecture, History, Art History, Literature, Religious Studies) simultaneously, and this basic grounding in the most important periods, figures, movements, discoveries, and ideas relevant to your study abroad program will be a foundation that will allow you to connect these interwoven threads. While we will only be able to provide a brief introduction to these periods and ideas in this course, you will develop both a general sense of the shape of the relevant cultural history as well as a robust set of illustrative examples and figures.

    Section 001
    Days MoTuWeThFr
    Time 8:30 AM - 10:15 AM
    Instructor Robert Groves
    Date May 15 - Aug 18
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 25
    • Days: MoTuWeThFr
    • Time: 8:30 AM
    • Dates: May 15 - Aug 18
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 25

    CLAS 202 – Myths, Legends, and Religion: Foundational Literature of the European Visual World
  • Cross Listed
  • This literature course examines Greek and Roman classical myths and Jewish and Christian biblical stories that have frequently been represented in visual cultures over the centuries in Europe and beyond. When taught as part of a study abroad trip, the course will be customized to provide the literary background of the specific visual material students will view while abroad.

    Section 001
    Days MoTuWeThFr
    Time 10:30 AM - 12:15 PM
    Instructor Grant Adamson
    Date May 15 - Aug 18
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 25
    • Days: MoTuWeThFr
    • Time: 10:30 AM
    • Dates: May 15 - Aug 18
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 25

    CLAS 240 – Ancient Athletics
  • Cross Listed
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Individuals and Societies
  • Gen Ed: Building Connections
  • This course investigates athletics, sport, and spectacle in ancient Greece and Rome. From the birth of the ancient Olympics in the early days of archaic Greece, to the blood in the arena of the Roman gladiatorial games, this course looks at the ways in which ancient athletics articulate with the societies and cultures of the Classical world. Through this exploration of ancient Greek sport and ancient Roman spectacle, this course builds connections across the humanities, social sciences, and arts. Students analyze how ancient athletics, and the evidence for it, can be studied from various perspectives, each providing their own strengths, weaknesses, and unique insights. Students use a humanist lens to conduct close readings to look at the roll of sport within Classical literature; they employ social scientific model building to construct economic models for the Panhellenic games; and they leverage an artistic perspective to consider the messages sent by portrayals of athletes on Panathenaic vases and in Greco-Roman Sculpture. Upon completing "Ancient Athletics", students will not only have a better understanding of sport and spectacle in ancient Greece and Rome, they will have a deeper understanding of the different perspectives used to approach ancient history and the skills to evaluate and synthesize diverse types of evidence.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jun 5 - Jul 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jun 5 - Jul 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jul 10 - Aug 9
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jul 10 - Aug 9
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 131
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date May 15 - Jun 3
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: May 15 - Jun 3
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jul 10 - Aug 9
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jul 10 - Aug 9
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jun 5 - Jul 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jun 5 - Jul 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 401
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jul 10 - Aug 9
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jul 10 - Aug 9
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 401
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Jun 5 - Jul 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jun 5 - Jul 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100

    CLAS 305 – Greek and Roman Religion
  • Cross Listed
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Individuals and Societies
  • Gen Ed: Building Connections
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • Religious beliefs and cult practices in ancient Greece and Rome. All readings in English.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Grant Adamson
    Date Jul 10 - Aug 9
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jul 10 - Aug 9
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Grant Adamson
    Date Jul 10 - Aug 9
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 100
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jul 10 - Aug 9
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 100

    CLAS 323 – Ancient Empires
  • Cross Listed
  • Gen Ed: Diversity Emphasis
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Individuals and Societies
  • During this class, we will be exploring the diverse nations of the Mediterranean that pursued the acquisition of empire in the ancient world: Pharaonic Egypt, Achaemenid Persia, 5th century Athens, 4th century Macedon, and Imperial Rome. More than only the respective "rise and fall" of each empire, we will examine how the rulers of each civilization depicted and justified their policies of conquest, how the pursuit of empire changed the cultures of these civilizations, and how each empire paved the way for the next. In the end, we will be learning how empires in general (mis)function, and how empires are justified to their participants, subjects, and enemies.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Alex Lee
    Date Jun 5 - Jul 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 18
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jun 5 - Jul 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 18
    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Alex Lee
    Date Jul 10 - Aug 9
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 18
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jul 10 - Aug 9
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 18

    CLAS 472A – Ancient Philosophy
  • Cross Listed
  • A philosophical introduction to the major works of Plato.

    Section 103
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Nathaniel Oakes
    Date Jul 3 - Aug 18
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 60
    • +
    • Section: 103
    • Instructor:Nathaniel Oakes
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jul 3 - Aug 18
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 60
    Section 203
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Nathaniel Oakes
    Date Jul 3 - Aug 18
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 60
    • +
    • Section: 203
    • Instructor:Nathaniel Oakes
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jul 3 - Aug 18
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 60
    GREEK

    GRK 112 – Intensive Beginning Classical Greek
    Intensive study of basic morphology, grammar, and vocabulary of beginning classical Greek. Greek 112 provides an intensive introduction to Greek and is the equivalent of Greek 101 and 102. There are no prerequisites, though some background in Latin or Romance language may be helpful. As we will cover two semesters of material in fewer than five weeks, the pace is fast and the workload necessarily demanding. Students who successfully complete the course may advance to Greek 212 in Summer term or Greek 201 in the Fall term.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Groves
    Date Jun 5 - Aug 9
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 25
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Jun 5 - Aug 9
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 25
    LATIN

    LAT 112 – Intensive Beginning Latin
    Intensive study of basic morphology, syntax, and vocabulary of beginning Latin. Latin 112 is the equivalent of Latin 101 and 102 OR Latin 112A and Latin 112B; the pace is fast and the workload necessarily demanding. Students who successfully complete the course may advance to Latin 212 in Summer Session II, or Latin 201 in the fall term.

    Section 001
    Days MoTuWeThFr
    Time 9:00 AM - 12:45 PM
    Instructor Philip Waddell
    Date Jun 5 - Jul 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 25
    • Days: MoTuWeThFr
    • Time: 9:00 AM
    • Dates: Jun 5 - Jul 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 25

    LAT 212 – Accelerated Latin II
    Equivalent of LAT 201 and 202. Reading and composition, prose and poetry.

    Section 001
    Days MoTuWeThFr
    Time 9:00 AM - 12:45 PM
    Instructor Philip Waddell
    Date Jul 10 - Aug 9
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 25
    • Days: MoTuWeThFr
    • Time: 9:00 AM
    • Dates: Jul 10 - Aug 9
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 25
    Fall 2023
    CLASSICS

    CLAS 116B – Word Roots: Science and Medical Terminology
    This course will focus on the history and structure of words including the use of Greek and Latin roots in the formation of technical terms in medicine and the sciences. Elements of word formation (prefixes, suffixes, and bases) will be intensively studied so that the words can by systematically analyzed and broken down into their component parts. Excellent preparation for standardized tests such as the GMAT, GRE, LSAT, and MCAT.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Unassigned
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 300
    • +
    • Section: 101
    • Instructor:Unassigned
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 300

    CLAS 150C1 – Pyramids and Mummies: The Pharaoh and Ancient Egyptian Society
  • Gen Ed: Diversity Emphasis
  • Gen Ed: Tier 1 Individuals & Societies/150
  • Gen Ed: Building Connections
  • Pyramids and Mummies focuses on the role of the pharaoh in ancient Egyptian Society and its portrayal in modern culture. It centers on the overarching question of how political rulers consolidate, exert, and maintain political power over their constituent populations. To do this, Pyramids and Mummies takes an interdisciplinary approach to Egyptian history, examining it from Natural Science, Social Science, Arts, and Humanities perspectives, assessing how Egyptian pharaohs utilized a diverse array of tactics to rule their kingdom. This course then moves from ancient to modern, analyzing the portrayal of ancient Egyptian kingship in the modern world, with a special focus on the ways in which issues of race, ethnicity, diversity, and equity are addressed in cinematic adaptations of ancient Egyptian culture and kingship. Upon completing this course, students will be able to critically analyze issues of political rule from a variety of disciplinary lenses, and synthesize these multifaceted strategies in clear, concise, and powerful written prose, and they will be able to address issues of race, equity, and inclusion in the reception and adaptation of ancient Egyptian culture.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 650
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 650
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 650
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 650

    CLAS 160B1 – Meet the Ancients: Gateway to Greece and Rome
  • Gen Ed: Tier 1 Traditions and Cultures/160
  • Gen Ed: Building Connections
  • Journey into the past to discover the worlds of the ancient Greeks and Romans. From democracy and republicanism to literature, philosophy and art, the contributions of these two cultures serve as the foundation for much of what has been described as ""western"" culture. This course explores who these peoples were, how these civilizations developed, what ideas and institutions they created, and why the Greeks and Romans matter today. Through this exploration into the Greco-Roman world, this course builds connections between the multiple types of evidence that scholars draw upon to paint a picture of the ancient past. Close readings of texts provide a humanistic perspective on classical culture; archaeological data inform us about social scientific trends in demography and economics; environmental evidence from ice cores, botanical remains, and soil samples enable a natural science perspective on the past; and some of the world's most famous objects--from the Venus di Milo to Grecian vases--allow for artistic insights. In this course, students will evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of each disciplinary approach to understanding the past, and ultimately weave together multiple strands of evidence to create their signature assignment. Upon completing "Meet the Ancients", students will not only have a better understanding of Greco-Roman history and culture, they will, above all, have a deeper understanding of the different perspectives used to approach ancient history and the skills to evaluate and synthesize diverse types of evidence.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
    Instructor Unassigned
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 150
    • +
    • Section: 001
    • Instructor:Unassigned
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 2:00 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 150

    CLAS 160D2 – Classical Mythology: Ancient Stories and What they Tell Us
  • Gen Ed: Tier 1 Traditions and Cultures/160
  • Gen Ed: Exploring Perspectives, Humanist
  • The myths, legends, and folktales of the Greeks, Romans and the peoples of the ancient Near East have remained popular for thousands of years. Together we'll not only learn about these stories themselves, but also think about why these stories are so popular, where they came from, and what insights they give us into the various people and cultures who created and reinterpreted them across the millennia.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
    Instructor Unassigned
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 120
    • +
    • Section: 001
    • Instructor:Unassigned
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 11:00 AM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 120
    Section 002
    Days MoWeFr
    Time 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
    Instructor Unassigned
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 230
    • +
    • Section: 002
    • Instructor:Unassigned
    • Days: MoWeFr
    • Time: 11:00 AM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 230
    Section 003
    Days MoWeFr
    Time 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
    Instructor Unassigned
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 230
    • +
    • Section: 003
    • Instructor:Unassigned
    • Days: MoWeFr
    • Time: 10:00 AM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 230
    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Oct 12 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 650
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Oct 12 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 650
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Stephan
    Date Oct 12 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 650
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Oct 12 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 650

    CLAS 160D2 – Classical Mythology: Ancient Stories and What they Tell Us
  • Gen Ed: Tier 1 Traditions and Cultures/160
  • Gen Ed: Exploring Perspectives, Humanist
  • Honors Course
  • The myths, legends, and folktales of the Greeks, Romans and the peoples of the ancient Near East have remained popular for thousands of years. Together we'll not only learn about these stories themselves, but also think about why these stories are so popular, where they came from, and what insights they give us into the various people and cultures who created and reinterpreted them across the millennia.

    Section 004
    Days TuTh
    Time 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
    Instructor Unassigned
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 120
    • +
    • Section: 004
    • Instructor:Unassigned
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 9:30 AM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 120

    CLAS 204 – Ancient History: Greek History
  • Cross Listed
  • A political, social and cultural history of Greek civilization from the Bronze Age to the death of Alexander the Great.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
    Instructor John Bauschatz
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 30
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 11:00 AM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 30

    CLAS 205 – Ancient History: Roman History
  • Cross Listed
  • This course offers a survey of Roman History from the prehistoric settlements in the area of the Seven Hills to the deterioration of the western Empire in the fifth century C.E. Special topics of interest include the material culture of the Roman world; the use of images in the pursuit of political agendas; classical notions of the divine; and concepts of gender, power, and identity. Popular representations of ancient Rome, specifically in film, will provide another area of consideration for comparison throughout the semester.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
    Instructor Alison Futrell
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 30
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 2:00 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 30

    CLAS 301A – The Literature of the Ancient Greeks: From Homer to the Novel
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • Survey of the major authors and works of ancient Greece: from Homer to the Greek novel. All readings in English.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM
    Instructor Robert Groves
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 60
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 3:30 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 60

    CLAS 303 – Crime and Punishment in the Ancient World
  • Cross Listed
  • This course explores the history of criminal justice systems in the ancient Mediterranean through close examination of select primary sources. Its primary focus is Greece and Rome, but it will also cover Pharaonic Egypt and the Ancient Near East. We shall move chronologically, geographically, and topically, treating a broad range of literary and archaeological evidence. Of central importance to the course will be the issue of boundaries: between right and wrong, imprisonment and freedom, individual and state. Law codes from Mesopotamia, tomb robbery in the Egyptian New Kingdom, the trial and execution of Socrates, police in the streets of Rome, execution by gladiator, spiritual and allegorical punishment: the course encompasses it all!

    Section 001
    Days MoWe
    Time 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
    Instructor John Bauschatz
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 30
    • Days: MoWe
    • Time: 11:00 AM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 30

    CLAS 305 – Greek and Roman Religion
  • Cross Listed
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Individuals and Societies
  • Gen Ed: Building Connections
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • Religious beliefs and cult practices in ancient Greece and Rome. All readings in English.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Grant Adamson
    Date Aug 21 - Oct 11
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 250
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Oct 11
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 250
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Grant Adamson
    Date Aug 21 - Oct 11
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 250
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Oct 11
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 250

    CLAS 313 – Health and Medicine in Classical Antiquity
  • Cross Listed
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • The course examines the mythology and practice of medicine in Greek and Roman times from Asclepius to Hippocrates and Galen, medical instruments and procedures, the religious manifestation of healing in Greek and Roman sanctuaries, the votive dedications by patients and cured, midwifery and child care, public hygiene and diseases. The topics cover a large spectrum of the medical practice and public health in the ancient societies of Classical antiquity, as well as how ancient worldviews, including religion and religious practice, shaped health and medicine in Greek and Roman civilization.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
    Instructor Eleni Hasaki
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 75
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 2:00 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 75

    CLAS 329 – Art History of the Cinema
  • Cross Listed
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Arts
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Humanities
  • Gen Ed: Exploring Perspectives, Humanist
  • This course is based on research and practices about art, film, and popular culture in France, England, Germany, and particularly in America. The learning activities inspire students to critically analyzing and incorporating past and current art perspectives in the arts and their influence on cinema. It is expected that students demonstrate skillful analysis and the latter description of theoretical and pragmatic solutions related to ideologies, art movements, and technology involved with the development of cinematography, through learning about different cultures, including ancient Greece and Rome, as well as America, France, and Germany over the centuries.

    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor David Soren
    Date Aug 21 - Oct 11
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 150
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Oct 11
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 150

    CLAS 335 – The Roman Empire: Rulers and Ruled
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Humanities
  • Gen Ed: Exploring Perspectives, Humanist
  • Topics in multiculturalism: transformation of the Roman Empire by diverse individuals and peoples all over the Mediterranean basin; centered on the second century C.E.

    Section 001
    Days MoWeFr
    Time 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
    Instructor Philip Waddell
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 150
    • Days: MoWeFr
    • Time: 11:00 AM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 150

    CLAS 340A – Introduction to Greek Art and Archaeology
  • Cross Listed
  • This course surveys the art and archaeology of Greece from the Early Bronze Age to the Hellenistic period (ca. 3000 BC-31 BC), focusing on iconic monuments in architecture, sculpture, ceramics, and minor arts that shaped ancient Greek civilization. Monumental projects, such as temples, tombs, fortifications, as well as miniature creations in luxurious materials will be examined within their larger political, social, religious, technological, and economic contexts in Ancient Greece. Athens, Delphi, Olympia, Crete, and the Aegean are just a few of the celebrated places explored in this course.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM
    Instructor Eleni Hasaki
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 80
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 9:30 AM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 80

    CLAS 342 – The Iliad, the Odyssey, and the Epic Tradition
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Humanities
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • A study of the Homeric poems, the Iliad and the Odyssey. All readings in English.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
    Instructor Unassigned
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 40
    • +
    • Section: 001
    • Instructor:Unassigned
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 11:00 AM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 40

    CLAS 353 – Heroes, Gods, Gore: Roman Epic in its Cultural Context
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Humanities
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • This course provides a survey of ancient Roman epic poetry (heroic, historical, didactic, and Ovidian), both within its unique cultural context and also as it was received by subsequent cultures and epochs.

    Section 001
    Days MoWe
    Time 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM
    Instructor David Christenson
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 50
    • Days: MoWe
    • Time: 3:30 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 50

    CLAS 403B – History of the Hellenistic World
  • Cross Listed
  • By reading and discussing many different ancient texts, including philosophy, Jewish histories and literature, and, especially, papyri from Egypt, you will explore the social and cultural history of the eastern Mediterranean from Alexander the Great until the Roman conquest.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 12:30 PM - 1:45 PM
    Instructor Steven Johnstone
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 24
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 12:30 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 24

    CLAS 446A – Mapping Ancient Cities
  • Cross Listed
  • Engagement: Discovery
  • Engagement: Innovation and Creativity
  • The course will introduce the student to the history, theory and archaeological evidence for city and landscape planning from the Minoan, Etruscan, Greek and Roman periods. In addition the course will consider some of the most modern techniques (digital cartography, remote sensing and GIS) in the study of ancient cities and will offer the student the opportunity to learn and practice a number of these modern techniques, including the use of AutoCAD.

    Section 001
    Days MoWe
    Time 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM
    Instructor David Gilman Romano
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 30
    • Days: MoWe
    • Time: 3:30 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 30

    CLAS 472A – Ancient Philosophy
  • Cross Listed
  • A philosophical introduction to the major works of Plato.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Unassigned
    Date Oct 12 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 80
    • +
    • Section: 101
    • Instructor:Unassigned
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Oct 12 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 80
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Unassigned
    Date Oct 12 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 80
    • +
    • Section: 201
    • Instructor:Unassigned
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Oct 12 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 80

    CLAS 472B – Ancient Philosophy
  • Cross Listed
  • A philosophical introduction to the major works of Aristotle.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
    Instructor Benjamin Keoseyan
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 55
    • +
    • Section: 001
    • Instructor:Benjamin Keoseyan
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 11:00 AM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 55

    CLAS 477 – Greek Architecture
  • Cross Listed
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • This course examines the architectural developments in the Greek world from the Neolithic and Bronze Age through to the Classical and Hellenistic periods (6000-31 BC). We look at the various types of building structures including palaces, tombs, temples, theaters, town planning, and domestic architecture, and discuss sites such as Knossos, Mycenae, Pylos, Delphi, Athens, Corinth, and Olynthos. Students will consider issues such as the manner of construction of these buildings, the contexts in which they they were commissioned, built and used, and some of the architectural problems facing the architects.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM
    Instructor David Gilman Romano
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 20
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 11:00 AM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 20
    GREEK

    GRK 101 – Elementary Classical Greek I
    Introduction to ancient Greek for students of the Bible and of the classical authors.

    Section 001
    Days MoTuWeTh
    Time 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM
    Instructor Sarah McCallum
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 28
    • Days: MoTuWeTh
    • Time: 1:00 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 28

    GRK 201 – Intermediate Classical Greek I
    Selections from Greek prose texts.

    Section 001
    Days MoTuWeTh
    Time 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM
    Instructor Unassigned
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 20
    • +
    • Section: 001
    • Instructor:Unassigned
    • Days: MoTuWeTh
    • Time: 1:00 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 20

    GRK 402 – Greek Reading Course
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • Readings in major Greek authors including Homer, Plato, and the historians and dramatists.

    Section 001
    Days MoWe
    Time 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
    Instructor Courtney Friesen
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 22
    • Days: MoWe
    • Time: 2:00 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 22

    GRK 422 – Readings in Greek Drama
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • Close reading in Greek of either (1) tragedy-one play each by Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides or (2) comedy-two plays of Aristophanes, one of Menander.

    Section 001
    Days MoWe
    Time 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
    Instructor Courtney Friesen
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 25
    • Days: MoWe
    • Time: 2:00 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 25
    LATIN

    LAT 101 – Elementary Latin I
    An introduction to the basic morphology, syntax and vocabulary of Latin through reading and composition.

    Section 001
    Days MoTuWeTh
    Time 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
    Instructor Unassigned
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 25
    • +
    • Section: 001
    • Instructor:Unassigned
    • Days: MoTuWeTh
    • Time: 10:00 AM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 25
    Section 002
    Days MoTuWeTh
    Time 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM
    Instructor Unassigned
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 25
    • +
    • Section: 002
    • Instructor:Unassigned
    • Days: MoTuWeTh
    • Time: 11:00 AM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 25
    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Unassigned
    Date Aug 21 - Oct 11
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 40
    • +
    • Section: 101
    • Instructor:Unassigned
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Oct 11
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 40
    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Unassigned
    Date Oct 12 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 40
    • +
    • Section: 101
    • Instructor:Unassigned
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Oct 12 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 40
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Unassigned
    Date Aug 21 - Oct 11
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 40
    • +
    • Section: 201
    • Instructor:Unassigned
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Oct 11
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 40
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Unassigned
    Date Oct 12 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 40
    • +
    • Section: 201
    • Instructor:Unassigned
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Oct 12 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 40

    LAT 102 – Elementary Latin II
    A second semester introduction to the basic morphology, syntax and vocabulary of Latin through reading and composition.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Unassigned
    Date Oct 12 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 40
    • +
    • Section: 101
    • Instructor:Unassigned
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Oct 12 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 40
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Unassigned
    Date Oct 12 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 40
    • +
    • Section: 201
    • Instructor:Unassigned
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Oct 12 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 40

    LAT 201 – Intermediate Latin I
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Humanities
  • Review of Latin grammar with readings from prose writers.

    Section 001
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Unassigned
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 28
    • +
    • Section: 001
    • Instructor:Unassigned
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 28
    Section 001
    Days MoTuWeTh
    Time 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM
    Instructor Staff
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 28
    • +
    • Section: 001
    • Instructor:Staff
    • Days: MoTuWeTh
    • Time: 10:00 AM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 28
    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Groves
    Date Aug 21 - Oct 11
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 25
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Oct 11
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 25
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Groves
    Date Aug 21 - Oct 11
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 25
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Oct 11
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 25

    LAT 202 – Intermediate Latin II
  • Gen Ed: Tier 2 Humanities
  • Pass/Fail Option Available to Qualified Students
  • Review of Latin grammar with readings from the poetry of Virgil's Aeneid.

    Section 101
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Groves
    Date Oct 12 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 25
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Oct 12 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 25
    Section 201
    Days
    Time 5:00 PM - 5:00 PM
    Instructor Robert Groves
    Date Oct 12 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 25
    • Days:
    • Time: 5:00 PM
    • Dates: Oct 12 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 25

    LAT 400 – Prose of the Roman Republic
    Extended readings from Sallust, Cicero and Caesar with some grammatical review; development of skills in rapid readings and sight reading.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
    Instructor Sarah McCallum
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 18
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 2:00 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 18

    LAT 401 – Latin Reading Course
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • Readings in one of the following: epic, lyric, drama, history, oratory, satire, epistles, novel, philosophical, technical or medieval literature.

    Section 001
    Days MoWe
    Time 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM
    Instructor Philip Waddell
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 20
    • Days: MoWe
    • Time: 3:30 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 20

    LAT 421 – Latin Literature of the Imperial Age
  • Writing Emphasis Course
  • Readings in Latin of major authors and works produced from the second decade of the first century CE to the last decades of the second century CE. Course content may vary and may include both prose and poetry.

    Section 001
    Days TuTh
    Time 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
    Instructor David Christenson
    Date Aug 21 - Dec 6
    Status Open
    Enrollment 0 / 20
    • Days: TuTh
    • Time: 2:00 PM
    • Dates: Aug 21 - Dec 6
    • Status: Open
    • Enrollment: 0 / 20