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Courses

Consult the Cluster director about courses that satisfy the requirement for the Graduate Certificates.
(mostly firm, but subject to change; see CAESAR for course descriptions)

Classics, Latin, and Greek courses 2018 - 2019

Fall 2018

CLASSICS 320 ORIGINS OF LAW IN ANCIENT GREECE (Wallace)

CLASSICS 330 ANCIENT ECONOMY (Terpstra)

CLASSICS 350 POETRY OF WAR AND PEACE (Radding)

CLASSICS 390 ANCIENT ROME IN CHICAGO (Tataranni)

CLASSICS 390 MATERIALITY OF ART AND ARCHEOLOGY OF ROMAN METALS (Terpstra, with Walton)

Latin & Greek

GREEK 201-1 INTRODUCTION TO GREEK LITERATURE (Radding)

GREEK 301 LYSIAS (Wallace)

LATIN 101-1 ELEMENTARY LATIN (Tataranni)

LATIN 201-1 INTRODUCTION TO LATIN LITERATURE (Byros)

LATIN 310 TACITUS "HISTORIES" BOOK ONE (Byros)

Winter 2019

Classics

CLASSICS 310 ARCHEOLOGY OF THE ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN (Terpstra)

CLASSICS 340 GREEK AND ROMAN DRAMA (Radding)

CLASSICS 350 GREEK AND LATIN LITERATURE (Schafer)

CLASSICS 395 RESEARCH SEMINAR (Terpstra)

CLASSICS 400 CLASSICAL RECEPTIONS (Wynne)

Latin & Greek

GREEK 115-1 ACCELERATED ELEMENTARY ANCIENT AND BIBLICAL GREEK (Platte)

GREEK 201-2 INTRODUCTION TO GREEK LITERATURE (Platte)

GREEK 301 READINGS IN GREEK LITERATURE (Wynne)

LATIN 101-2 ELEMENTARY LATIN (Tataranni)

LATIN 201-2 INTRODUCTION TO LATIN LITERATURE (Tataranni)

LATIN 310 READINGS IN LATIN LITERATURE (Schafer)

Spring 2019

Classics

CLASSICS 320 TOPICS IN ANCIENT HISTORY: Democracy (Wallace)

CLASSICS 250 LITERATURES OF THE ANCIENT WORLD (Radding)

CLASSICS 370 EXHIBITING ANTIQUITY: The Culture and Politics of Display (Wynne)

Latin & Greek

GREEK 115-2 ACCELERATED ELEMENTARY ANCIENT AND BIBLICAL GREEK (Platte)

GREEK 201-3 INTRODUCTION TO GREEK LITERATURE (Radding)

GREEK 301-0 READINGS IN GREEK LITERATURE: TBA (Hopman)

LATIN 101-3 ELEMENTARY LATIN (Byros)

LATIN 201-3 INTRODUCTION TO LATIN LITERATURE (Byros)

LATIN 303-0 ADVANCED LATIN SYNTAX AND COMPOSITION (Schafer)

LATIN 310 READINGS IN LATIN LITERATURE (Wynne)

LATIN 400 MEDIEVAL LATIN (Newman)

Classics & Classical Traditions Graduate Courses Archive

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