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Course offerings for upcoming year

Tentative course offerings for 2018/2019

The following courses are being offered in the 2018/19 academic year.

Course Code Course Title Term
CLAS 100

An Introduction to Classical Studies

CLAS 104 Classical Mythology Spring/ Winter
CLAS 105 Introduction to Medieval Studies (Cross-listed with MEDVL 105) Fall
CLAS 201 Ancient Greek Society Winter
CLAS 202

Ancient Roman Society

Spring, Fall

CLAS 205  Medieval Society (cross-listed with MEDVL 205) Winter
CLAS 210 History of Ancient Law (Cross-listed with HIST 210?LS 235) Fall
CLAS 221

Principles of Archaeology (Cross-listed with ANTH 201)

CLAS 232 Survey of Roman Literature Winter
CLAS 242 Survey of Roman Art and Architecture (cross-listed with FINE 242) Winter
CLAS 251 Greek History (Cross-listed with HIST 242) Fall
CLAS 252

Roman History (Cross-listed with HIST 252)

CLAS 261 Great Works: Ancient and Medieval (Cross-listed with PHIL 283) Spring/Fall
CLAS 321 Archaeology of Complex Cultures (Cross-listed with ANTH 321) Fall
CLAS 327 Greek and Roman Religion Winter
CLAS 351 Advanced Studies in Greek History (Topic:Alexander the Great) Fall
CLAS 361 History of Ancient Philosophy (Online) (Cross-listed with PHIL 380) Fall
CLAS 461 Studies in Ancient Philsophy (Cross-listed with PHIL 403) Winter
CLAS 486

Senior Seminar (Topic:Hellenistic and Roman Judaea)

CLAS 486 Senior Seminar (Topic: Picatrix and the Classical Tradition) Winter
GRK 101

Introductory Ancient Greek 1

GRK 102 Introductory Ancient Greek 2 Winter
GRK 201 Intermediate Greek Fall
GRK 202 Selections from Greek Authors Winter
GRK 341

Advanced Studies in Greek: Selected Topics (Topic: Literary Sources for Material Culture)

GRK 490

Advanced Studies in Greek: Selected Topics (Topic: Literary Sources for Material Culture)

LAT 101

Introductory Latin 1

LAT 102 Introductory Latin 2 Winter
LAT 201

Intermediate Latin

LAT 202 Selections from Latin Authors Winter
LAT 332 Advanced Readings in Latin: Poetry (Topic: Lucretius and Cicero) Winter
LAT 490 Senior Studies in Latin: Selected Topics (Topic: Lucretius and Cicero) Winter