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Greek Syntax: Prose Composition

(First-year graduate students register for 275A,B.) Review of Greek grammar and instruction in Greek prose composition skills. Begins sixth week of Winter Quarter and continues through Spring Quarter. Classics majors and minors must take course for letter grade. Prerequisite for undergraduates: three years of Greek.

Subject Code: 
CLASSGRK
Units: 
3-5
Term: 
Spr
Course Number: 
175B/275B
Day/Time: 
TTh / 9:00-10:50
Room: 
TBA
Type: 
Seminar

Intermediate Greek: Homer's Iliad

Selections from Homer's Iliad in Greek, aimed at enabling students to master Homeric language in order to read the poetry with precision and pleasure. In addition, the class will read the entire Iliad in English; discussions will focus on Homeric style, narrative technique, world-view and the history of interpretation. Classics majors and minors must take course for letter grade. 

 

Subject Code: 
CLASSGRK
Units: 
3-5
Term: 
Spr
Course Number: 
103
Day/Time: 
TTh / 2:15-3:45
Room: 
TBA
Type: 
Seminar

Beginning Greek

Continuation of CLASSGRK 2. Classics majors and minors must take course for letter grade. Vocabulary and syntax of the classical language. CLASSGRK 3 fulfills University language requirement.

Subject Code: 
CLASSGRK
Units: 
5
Term: 
Spr
Course Number: 
3
Day/Time: 
MWF / 10:00-10:50
Room: 
TBA
Type: 
Seminar

Undergraduate Thesis: Senior Research

Subject Code: 
CLASSGEN
Units: 
2-10
Term: 
Spr
Course Number: 
199
Day/Time: 
Determined with Instructor
Room: 
Determined with Instructor
Type: 
Thesis/Dis
Academic Year: 
2010

Directed Readings (Undergraduate)

Subject Code: 
CLASSGEN
Units: 
1-15
Term: 
Spr
Course Number: 
160
Day/Time: 
Determined with Instructor
Room: 
Determined with Instructor
Type: 
IndivStudy
Academic Year: 
2010

Latin Syntax

(First-year graduate students register for 275A,B.) Intensive review of Latin syntax. Begins Autumn Quarter and continues through the fifth week of Winter Quarter. See CLASSGEN 205A,B for supplemental courses. Classics majors and minors must take course for letter grade. Prerequisite for undergraduates: three years of Latin.

Subject Code: 
CLASSLAT
Units: 
2
Term: 
Win
Course Number: 
175B/275B
Day/Time: 
TTh / 9:00-10:50
Room: 
110-101
Type: 
Seminar

Advanced Latin: Seneca

Classics majors and minors must take course for letter grade. May be repeated for credit.

Subject Code: 
CLASSLAT
Units: 
3-5
Term: 
Win
Course Number: 
112
Day/Time: 
MW / 11:00-12:30
Room: 
20-21B
Type: 
Seminar

Beginning Latin

Continuation of CLASSLAT 1. Classics majors and minors must take course for letter grade.

Subject Code: 
CLASSLAT
Units: 
5
Term: 
Win
Course Number: 
2
Day/Time: 
MTWThF / 9:00-9:50
Room: 
ART4
Type: 
Seminar

The Greeks

Greek history from the rise of the city state through Alexander the Great's conquest of Persia. Economics, society, culture, and technology. Competition and cooperation within and between states; the emergence of strong forms of citizenship along with chattel slavery and gender inequality; the origins and practices of democracy; and relations with non-Greek peoples. Focus is on ancient sources and archaeological remains.

 

Subject Code: 
CLASSHIS
Units: 
4-5
Term: 
Win
Course Number: 
101
Day/Time: 
MW / 11:00-11:50
Room: 
320-220
Type: 
Lecture

Greek Syntax: Prose Composition

(First-year graduate students register for 275A,B.) Review of Greek grammar and instruction in Greek prose composition skills. Begins sixth week of Winter Quarter and continues through Spring Quarter. Classics majors and minors must take course for letter grade. Prerequisite for undergraduates: three years of Greek.

Subject Code: 
CLASSGRK
Units: 
2
Term: 
Win
Course Number: 
175A/275A
Day/Time: 
MW / TTh / 9:00-10:30
Room: 
420-245
Type: 
Seminar