2024-2025 Undergraduate Calendar

Classics and Archaeology  
Chair Katharine T. von Stackelberg Professor Emeritus David W. Rupp Professors Michael J. Carter, Allison M. J. Glazebrook, Elizabeth S. Greene, Carol U. Merriam, R. Angus K. Smith Associate Professors Fanny Dolansky, Carrie Murray, Katharine T. von Stackelberg Assistant Professors Roberto Nickel, Adam Rappold Undergraduate Program Officer Carrie Murray Academic Advisor Liz Hay  
General Information Go to top of document
Administrative Assistant Jordan Hawman 905-688-5550, extension 3575 International Centre 309 brocku.ca/classics Classics is an interdisciplinary field, overlapping all the main areas of the Humanities. The Department of Classics and Archaeology offers courses in ancient Greek (GREE) and Latin (LATI), and courses in Classics (CLAS), embracing ancient civilization in all its aspects: literature, philosophy, education, history, religion, art and archaeology. In general, CLAS courses require no knowledge of Greek or Latin. The Department has special resources for learning about the ancient world. Archaeological training sessions are conducted in the summer in Mediterranean lands. Brock is a contributing member to several research and teaching institutions located in the Mediterranean, including the American School of Classical Studies at Athens and the Canadian Institute in Greece. The Brock Museum of Cypriote Antiquities, housed in the Department of Classics and Archaeology, contains a representative collection of art and artifacts from the Neolithic period to beyond the Roman Empire. The Niagara Peninsula Society of the Archaeological Institute of America, in conjunction with the Department, organizes archaeological programs and lectures. Study tours in the Mediterranean are offered by Classics and Archaeology jointly with Visual Arts and other departments. Students are encouraged to consult the Chair, Undergraduate Program Officer or Academic Adviser to discuss their educational objectives and career plans. Students are advised that graduate programs in Classics generally require competence in Greek and Latin. Those considering graduate work in Classics should plan to take a minimum of four Greek and/or Latin (GREE/LATI) credits.  
Program Notes Go to top of document
1.  The breakdown of each program into Year 1 and Years 2, 3 and 4 is a guide only. Please see the Academic Advisor for further details.  
2.  Honours students contemplating graduate school in Classics in literature, history, or art and archaeology should consider maximizing the number of GREE and LATI credits.  
3.  Koine Greek or Classical Hebrew courses can be taken on Letters of Permission.  
4.  Contact the Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures for relevant language courses.  
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In 20 credit Honours degree programs a maximum of eight credits may be numbered 1(alpha)00 to 1(alpha)99; at least three credits must be numbered 2(alpha)90 or above; at least three credits must be numbered 3(alpha)90 or above; and the remaining credits must be numbered 2(alpha)00 or above.

In this 20 credit BA with Major degree program a maximum of eight credits may be numbered 1(alpha)00 to 1(alpha)99; at least four and one-half credits must be numbered 2(alpha)90 or above and at least one and one-half credits must be numbered 3(alpha)90 or above; and the remaining credits must be numbered 2(alpha)00 or above.

In 15 credit degree programs a maximum of eight credits may be numbered 1(alpha)00 to 1(alpha)99; at least three credits must be numbered 2(alpha)90 or above; and the remaining credits must be numbered 2(alpha)00 or above.

In some circumstances, in order to meet university degree and program requirements, more than 15 or 20 credits may be taken. Individual courses have different credit values, as indicated by the alphabetical letter in their course code. Refer to the Course Anatomy and Glossary of Terms section of the Undergraduate Calendar for a list of alphabetical course values.

 
Honours Program Go to top of document
11 program credits are required for an Honours degree. Program credits are designated as CLAS (Classics), GREE (ancient Greek) or LATI (Latin). Student progress will be evaluated annually. To continue in the Honours program students must achieve a minimum grade of 60 percent in all CLAS, GREE or LATI courses and a minimum 70 percent major average overall. Any student who does not meet the requirements of the Honours program will be placed in the BA with Major program. To re-declare to the Honours program a student must upgrade any CLAS, GREE or LATI course in which the minimum of 60 was not achieved and raise their major average to a minimum 70 percent. Honours majors should consult with the Undergraduate Program Officer and the Academic Advisor to arrange a suitable program. Year 1
- One credit from CLAS 1P91, 1P92, 1P93, 1P94, 1P95, 1P97
- one credit from CLAS, GREE or LATI
- one Sciences context credit
- one Social Sciences context credit
- one elective credit
Years 2, 3 and 4
- three credits from CLAS, GREE or LATI numbered 2(alpha)00 or above
- four credits from CLAS, GREE or LATI numbered 2(alpha)90 or above
- two credits from CLAS, GREE or LATI numbered 3(alpha)90 or above
- six elective credits (see program note 5)
 
Concentration in Ancient Art and Archaeology Go to top of document
Students may earn a Concentration in Ancient Art and Archaeology by completing the following seven credits as part of the eleven credits required for a BA (Honours) in Classics. Ancient Art and Archaeology examines the cultures of the ancient Mediterranean and Near East from the perspectives of both visual and material culture. This concentration is appropriate for students wishing to pursue advanced study in Classical archaeology.
- One credit from CLAS 1P91, 1P92, 1P93, 1P95, 1P97

GREE 1F00 or LATI 1F00

- CLAS 2P32 and 2P34
- CLAS 3P22 and 3P23
- CLAS 3P24 and 3P25
- two credits from CLAS 3F75, 3M20-3M29, 4P20, 4P22, 4P28, 4P31, 4P34, 4V20-4V29, 4V30-4V39
Note: Students are strongly encouraged to obtain international experience on an archaeological practicum (CLAS 3F75) or study tour (CLAS 3M20-29).
 
Concentration in Greek and Roman Studies Go to top of document
Students may earn a Concentration in Greek and Roman Studies by completing the following seven credits as part of the eleven credits required for a BA (Honours) in Classics. Greek and Roman Studies combines the study of Greek and Latin language and literature with Greek and Roman history. This concentration is appropriate for students wishing to pursue advanced study in Classical languages and literature, and Greek and Roman history.
This 7 credit GREK concentration ensures students obtain a minimum of 3 credits in GREE or LATI, one credit from the history sequence, and one credit from the lit in trans sequence. The final credit mirrors the language of the ANCI credit by listing a series of specific credits at the 400-level, plus the option of a Study Tour
· One credit from CLAS 1P91, 1P92, 1P94, 1P95, 1P97
· GREE 2P01 and 2P02, or LATI 2P01 and 2P02
· one credit from CLAS 2P93, 2P94, 2Q96, 2P97
· one credit from CLAS 3P15, 3P16, 3P17, 3P18
· one GREE, LATI credit numbered 3(alpha)90 or above
· one credit from CLAS 3M20-29, 4P60, 4P63, 4P64, 4P56, 4P66, 4P67, 4P68, 4P69, 4V50-4V69
 
BA with Major Program Go to top of document
The BA with Major in Classics combines the study of Greek and Roman history, religion, literature-in-translation, art and archaeology. BA with Major students should consult with the Academic Adviser to arrange a suitable program.

 
Classics Go to top of document
Year 1
- One credit from CLAS 1P91, 1P92, 1P94, 1P95, 1P97
- one credit from CLAS, GREE, LATI
- one Sciences context credit
- one Social Sciences context credit
- one elective credit
Years 2, 3 and 4
- Two and one-half credits from CLAS, GREE, LATI
- one credit from CLAS, GREE or LATI numbered 2(alpha)00 or above
- three CLAS credits numbered 2(alpha)90 or above
- one and one-half credits from CLAS, GREE, LATI credits numbered 3(alpha)90 or above
- seven elective credits (see program note 5)
 
Pass Program Go to top of document
Combines the study of Greek and Roman history, religion, literature-in-translation, art and archaeology. Pass majors should consult with the Academic Adviser to arrange a suitable program.  
Classics Go to top of document
Seven credits labelled CLAS, GREE or LATI are required for a Pass degree:
- One credit from CLAS 2P93, 2P94, 2Q96, 2P97
- six CLAS, GREE, LATI credits (see program note 5)
- one Sciences context credit
- one Social Sciences context credit
- six elective credits (see program note 5)
 
Combined Major Program Go to top of document
A student may combine either an Honours or a Pass program in Classics and another Humanities, Sciences or Social Sciences. For requirements in the other discipline, the student should consult the relevant department/centre. It should be noted that not all departments/centres provide a combined major option. Honours
- Three CLAS, GREE or LATI credits
- two CLAS, GREE or LATI credits numbered 2(alpha)90 or above
- two CLAS, GREE or LATI credits numbered 3(alpha)90 or above
Pass
- Three CLAS, GREE or LATI credits
- two CLAS, GREE or LATI credits numbered 2(alpha)90 or above
 
Certificate Program Go to top of document
The Department of Classics offers programs leading to an Introductory Certificate in Ancient Greek and Latin Language and an Enhanced Certificate in Ancient Greek and Latin Language. The Introductory Certificate in Ancient Greek and Latin Language will be of interest to those who want to acquire an introductory knowledge of Greek and Latin either for interest or to pursue concentrated study at the university level. The Enhanced Certificate in Ancient Greek and Latin Language is intended for students who have completed either the Introductory Certificate in Ancient Greek and Latin Language (or its equivalent) or a Bachelor of Arts in Classics degree and wish to attend a Master of Arts program but have not achieved the required level of proficiency in Greek and/or Latin for admittance.  
Introductory Certificate in Ancient Greek and Latin Language Go to top of document
Introductory Certificate in Ancient Greek and Latin Language is awarded upon completion of the following courses with a minimum 70 percent overall average:
- One credit from LATI 1F00, LATI 2P01 and 2P02
- one credit from GREE 1F00 or GREE 2P01 and 2P02
- one credit from the following: CLAS 1P94 and 0.5 CLAS credit numbered 1(alpha)90 or above, one Koine Greek credit, one Classical Hebrew credit, one language credit from the Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures (see program notes 3 and 4)
 
Enhanced Certificate in Ancient Greek and Latin Language Go to top of document
Enhanced Certificate in Ancient Greek and Latin Language is awarded upon completion of the following courses with a minimum 70 percent overall average:
- Two credits numbered 2(alpha)00 or above from GREE, LATI
- one credit from the following: one credit numbered 2(alpha)90 or above from CLAS, GREE, LATI, one Koine Greek credit, one Classical Hebrew credit, one language credit from the Department of Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures (see program notes 3 and 4)
 
Minor in Classics Go to top of document
Students in other disciplines can obtain a Minor in Classics within their degree program by completing the following courses with a minimum 60 percent overall average:
- One credit from CLAS 1P91, 1P92, 1P94, 1P95 and 1P97, GREE 1F00, LATI 1F00
- one credit from CLAS, GREE, LATI
- one credit from CLAS, GREE, LATI numbered 2(alpha)00 or above
- one credit from CLAS, GREE, LATI numbered 2(alpha)90 or above
 
Description of Courses Go to top of document
Note that not all courses are offered in every session. Refer to the applicable term timetable for details. # Indicates a cross listed course * Indicates a primary offering of a cross listed course  
Prerequisites and Restrictions Go to top of document
Students must check to ensure that prerequisites are met. Students may be deregistered, at the request of the instructor, from any course for which prerequisites and/or restrictions have not been met.

CLASSICS COURSES

#CLAS 1P91 Discovering Ancient Greece Culture and society of ancient Greece explored through literature, art, archaeology, and history. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 1P92 Discovering Ancient Rome Culture and society of ancient Rome explored through literature, art, archaeology, and history. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 1P93 Culture and Civilization of Central Europe: From the Prehistoric to 350CE (also offered as GERM 1P93) Cultural development of Central Europe from the earliest stone and pottery cultures, through the Bronze, Iron and Celtic Ages, ending with the Gallo-Roman period. Beliefs and practices, material objects, artistic developments, and architecture. Digitized images are used to illustrate the cultural evidence. Lectures, tutorial, 4 hours per week. Note: given in English. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 1P94 Understanding Medical and Scientific Language Introduction to Greek and Latin roots of contemporary medical and scientific terminology and their usage. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: no previous knowledge of Greek or Latin required. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 1P95 Myths of the Greek and Roman Gods Traditional story types: nature myths, ritual myths. Diffusion of myths in the ancient world. The creation, the succession in heaven and the individual gods. Functions of myth in ancient society. Modern theories of myth. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 1P97 Myths of the Heroic Age Traditional story types: folktale, legend. Concept of a Heroic Age, centres and cycles of legend, pseudo-history. Response to Greek and Roman myths through the ages. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 2P32 Introduction to Archaeology Theory, practice, and history of archaeology, with examples from the ancient Mediterranean, Europe, the Americas, and other world cultures. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 2P34 Cities and Sanctuaries of the Ancient World Archaeological surveys of ancient cities and heritage sites considering their cultural and historical contexts. Includes sites from Mesopotamia, Egypt, Greece, Italy, and the Indus Valley Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in INTC 2P34. *CLAS 2P40 Ancient Sport and Spectacle (also offered as KINE 2P40) Sport and sporting values and their central role in ancient society. Topics include sporting events and facilities, sporting festivals, religious and political connections, intellectual and popular attitudes, a comparison of ancient and modern realities and values. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 2P45 Health and Healing in the Ancient Mediterranean Cultural concepts of the body, disease, and hygiene in ancient Mediterranean society; myths, treatments, rituals, and social impact; male and female practitioners. Topics may include mental health, fertility, disability, diet and nutrition, diagnostic theory, and medical constructions of gender and race. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. *CLAS 2P50 Myth, Mutation and Transformation (also offered as IASC 2P50) Myths of transformation from the Greek and Roman world, and their influence and reception in later literature and contemporary media. Selected readings from Ovid's Metamorphoses and their representation in literature, performance, and visual art. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: one of CLAS 1P95, 1P97 recommended. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 2P52 Beyond Troy: The Art, Literature, and Film of the Trojan War Enduring myths of the Trojan War through literature, art, archaeology, and film. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. *CLAS 2P61 Women in the Ancient Mediterranean (also offered as WGST 2P61) Women's social roles, environment and legal rights including conceptions of the female and ideals of women in Ancient Greece, Rome, Etruria, Egypt and the Near East. Emphasis on the nature and limitations of the various types of evidence. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. *CLAS 2P93 History of Early Greece (also offered as HIST 2P93) Social and political history of the Greek world from the Bronze Age to 479 BCE: Minoans and Mycenaeans, Dark Age, colonizing period, tyrants, rise of Sparta, Persian wars, and Athenian Empire. Readings from Greek historians and documents in translation. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: CLAS 1P91 is recommended. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CLAS (HIST) 3P03. *CLAS 2P94 History of Classical Greece (also offered as HIST 2P94) Social and political history of the Greek world, 479-323 BCE. The great war between Athens and Sparta, rivalry of city-states, rise of national states. Alexander the Great. Readings from Greek historians and documents in translation. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: CLAS 2P93 is recommended. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CLAS (HIST) 3P04. *CLAS 2P97 History of the Early Roman Empire (also offered as HIST 2P97 and ITAL 2P97) Roman history from the rise of Augustus (31 BCE) to the death of Marcus Aurelius (180 CE). Emphasis on social and political developments, including imperial expansion and provincial colonisation. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: CLAS 2Q96 is recommended. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CLAS (HIST/ITAL) 3P06. *CLAS 2Q96 History of the Roman Republic (also offered as HIST 2Q96 and ITAL 2Q96) Roman history from the legendary regal period (753 BCE) to the death of Julius Caesar and the Battle of Actium (31 BCE). Emphasis on social and political developments including state formation and Mediterranean expansion. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: CLAS 1P92 is recommended. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CLAS (HIST/ITAL) 3P05. *CLAS 3F75 Archaeological Practicum in Mediterranean Lands (also offered as HIST 3F75) Field work including excavation, surveys, lectures, demonstrations and study tours of ancient sites, monuments and museums. Prerequisite(s): one of CLAS 2P32, 2P34, 3P22, 3P23, 3P24, 3P25 and permission of the instructor. Note: offered in the Spring or Summer session for four to six weeks of intensive study abroad. Students are expected to pay their own expenses. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. *CLAS 3M20-3M29 Study in Mediterranean Lands (also offered as VISA 3M20-3M29) Study tours of the great cities and museums of the Mediterranean world emphasizing the art and architecture of the Prehistoric, Classical and later periods. Restriction: permission of the instructor. Note: offered in the Spring or Summer Session for two to four weeks of intensive study abroad. Students are expected to pay their own expenses. *CLAS 3M25 2024-2025: Study Tour in Italy (also offered as VISA 3M25) Archaeological and art historical investigation of the houses, gardens and villas of Roman Italy. Restriction: permission of the instructor. Note: offered in the Spring Session for two to four weeks of intensive study abroad. Students are expected to pay their own expenses. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 3M61 2024-2025: Local Historical Archaeology (also offered as HIST 3M61) Practice of archaeology within local historic environments, with a focus on Niagara. Multidisciplinary approaches to human-landscape interaction, connecting material culture, archival sources, and the natural and built environment. Offered online. Restriction: permission of the Department. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 3P08 History of the Hellenistic World Development of the Greek-speaking world (323-31 BCE) following the death of Alexander the Great, and the rise of successor states in Greece, Egypt, and Asia Minor to the death of Cleopatra. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one of CLAS 1P91, 2P94, 3P25 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. *CLAS 3P09 The Later Roman Empire (also offered as ITAL 3P09 and MARS 3P09) Roman imperial history from the death of Marcus Aurelius to late Antiquity. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one of CLAS 1P92, 2P97, 3P23 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CLAS 4P55. #CLAS 3P10 Cleopatra: Egypt's Last Pharaoh Ancient Egypt's transition to Roman province, focusing on the most renowned and controversial queen of the ancient world, including her afterlife and reception. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one of CLAS 1P95, 2P34, 2P61, 2P94, 2Q96, or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 3P15 Homer and Epic Heroism Struggle, loss and reconciliation in Homer's Iliad and Odyssey. Depiction of epic heroes and heroines may include Achilles, Helen, Odysseus, and Penelope. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: one of CLAS 1P91, 1P92, 1P95, 1P97, 2P50, 2P52 recommended. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 3P16 The World of Imperial Epic Imperial power, colonisation and conquest in Vergil's Aeneid and Apollonius of Rhodes' Argonautika. Depiction of epic heroes and heroines include Aeneas, Dido, Jason, and Medea. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: one of CLAS 1P91, 1P92, 1P95, 1P97, 2P50, 2P52 recommended. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 3P17 Love on the Dramatic Stage Varieties of love in Greek and Roman tragedy and comedy including romantic love and love in family relationships. Works include Sophocles' Antigone; Euripides' Helen and Alcestis; Aristophanes' Lysistrata; Terence's The Eunuch. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: one of CLAS 1P91, 1P92, 1P95, 1P97, 2P50, 2P52 recommended. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 3P18 Power on the Dramatic Stage Power and conflict in the domestic and political spheres in Greek and Roman tragedy and comedy. Works may include Aeschylus' Oresteia; Sophocles' Oedipus the King; Euripides' Bacchae; Aristophanes' Birds; Plautus' The Braggart Soldier. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: one of CLAS 1P91, 1P92, 1P95, 1P97, 2P50, 2P52 recommended. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. *CLAS 3P22 Art and Architecture of the Roman Republic and Early Empire (also offered as ITAL 3P22 and VISA 3P22) Art and architecture of the cultures of the Italian peninsula, in the first millennium BC, within the framework of cultural change and external influences. Lectures, 3 hours per week. Note: one of CLAS 1P92, 1P95, 1P97, 2P32, 2P34 or VISA 1Q98, 1Q99 recommended. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. *CLAS 3P23 Art and Architecture of the Roman Empire (also offered as ITAL 3P23 and VISA 3P23) Roman art and architecture from Augustus to Late Antiquity. Christian art and architecture and the influence of Roman aesthetics on the Renaissance and beyond. Lectures, 3 hours per week. Note: one of CLAS 1P92, 1P95, 1P97, 2P32, 2P34 or VISA 1Q98, 1Q99 recommended. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. *CLAS 3P24 Art and Architecture of Early Greece (also offered as VISA 3P24) Greek art and architecture from the end of the Bronze Age through the end of the Archaic period within the framework of historical and cultural change. Lectures, 3 hours per week. Note: one of CLAS 1P91, 1P95, 1P97, 2P32, 2P34 or VISA 1Q98, 1Q99 recommended. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. *CLAS 3P25 Art and Architecture of Classical Greece and the Hellenistic World (also offered as VISA 3P25) Greek art and architecture from the early Classical era through the Hellenistic period within the framework of historical and cultural change. Lectures, 3 hours per week. Note: one of CLAS 1P91, 1P95, 1P97, 2P32, 2P34 or VISA 1Q98, 1Q99 recommended. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 3P31 Art and Archaeology of Pompeii Roman art and archaeology from Pompeii. Topics include domestic architecture and urbanization. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one credit from CLAS 1P91, 1P92, 1P93, 1P94, 1P95, 1P97, 2P32, 2P34, or VISA 1Q98, 1Q99. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CLAS (VISA) 3V31 and VISA 3P31. #CLAS 3P32 Archaeology of Ancient Shipwrecks Introduction to maritime archaeology and the role of the sea in the social, economic, military, political and technological life of the ancient Mediterranean. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one credit from CLAS 1P91, 1P92, 1P93, 1P94, 1P95, 1P97, 2P32, 2P34. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CLAS 4V24. #CLAS 3P36 Digital Innovations: History and Computing I (also offered as HIST 3P36 and IASC 3P36) Explores innovative, digital methods historians are using to research, express and teach the past. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: practical component features introduction to 3D modelling. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CLAS (HIST/IASC) 3F31. #CLAS 3P37 Digital Innovations: History and Computing II (also offered as HIST 3P37 and IASC 3P37) Surveys ways historians have used computation to transform our understanding of the past. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: practical component features introduction to more advanced methods for 3D modelling. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CLAS (HIST/IASC) 3F31. #CLAS 3P60 Ancient Judaisms and Judaic Societies: From Cyrus to Mohammed Examination of evidence for major forms of Judaism and their relation to social, cultural, administrative, and political institutions. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CLAS 2P60. *CLAS 3P61 Gender and Society in Ancient Mediterranean Cultures (also offered as HIST 3P61 and WGST 3P61) Ancient constructions of femininity and masculinity and their relationship to the social, political and legal systems of the Greco-Roman world. Cultural regions vary. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one of CLAS 1P91, 1P92, 2P61, HIST 1P98, 1P99, WGST 1F90 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 3P63 Western Diasporas in the Ancient and Modern Eras (also offered as HIST 3P63) Reception, presence and experience of migrant and immigrant peoples as cultural, religious and ethnic minorities in both ancient and modern times. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. *CLAS 3P65 Ancient Law in the Near Eastern and Mediterranean Lands (also offered as HIST 3P65) Principal codified legal corpora of the ancient world, including Mesopotamia, the Levant (Land of Israel), Greece and Rome. Lectures, 3 hours per week. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 3P98 Engaged Leadership in Classics I Independent individual or team-based project that presents Classics in a public-facing environment; focus on developing leadership and professional organisation skills through community engagement, educational outreach, and/or event management. Project Course. Restriction: Classics majors and minors; permission of the Department. Note: Chair must approve proposals for projects and circulate approved projects to the Department. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 3P99 Engaged Leadership in Classics II Independent individual or team-based project that presents Classics in a public-facing environment; focus on developing leadership and professional organisation skills through community engagement, educational outreach, and/or event management. Project Course. Restriction: Classics majors and minors; permission of the Department. Note: Chair must approve proposals for projects and circulate approved projects to the Department. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 3V20-3V29 Survey Topics in Classics Special Topics in Classical history, art, literature and culture, offering an overview of selected periods, genres, practices and beliefs. #CLAS 3V21 2024-2025: Health and Well-Being in Ancient Greece Survey of disease, understandings of biology, practices, and attitudes towards the body. Draws on myth and literature, medical texts, and material culture. Focus is on the Greek world in its Mediterranean context. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 3V30-3V39 Survey Topics in Mediterranean Art and Archaeology Topics in Mediterranean art, architecture, and archaeology, offering an overview of selected chronological periods, geographic regions, and artistic disciplines. Prerequisite(s): one credit from CLAS 1P91, 1P92, 1P93, 1P95, 1P97, 2P32, 2P34, VISA 1Q98 and 1Q99. #CLAS 3V30 2024-2025: Art and Archaeology of the Prehistoric Aegean Introduction to the art and archaeology of prehistoric Greece and the Aegean from the Stone Age to the end of the Bronze Age. Lectures, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one credit from CLAS 1P91, 1P92, 1P93, 1P95, 1P97, 2P32, 2P34. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 3V70-3V79 Survey Topics in Archaeological and Classical Methods Topics focused on methodological and technical skills in Archaeology and Classics. #CLAS 4P20 Archaeology of Technology Ancient technologies from an archaeological perspective, focusing on the prehistoric cultures of the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean. Cross-cultural comparisons from a variety of Indigenous cultures. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one credit from CLAS 2P32, 2P34, CLAS 3P22, 3P23, 3P24, 3P25, 3V30-3V39 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 4P22 Archaeology of Death Ancient burial customs, concentrating on the cultures of the prehistoric Mediterranean, emphasizing mortuary theory. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one credit from CLAS 2P32, 2P34, 3P22, 3P23, 3P24, 3P25, 3V30-3V39 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 4P28 Archaeological Ethics Ethical, legal, and practical dimensions of Classical Archaeology. Topics include looting and the antiquities trade, maritime archaeology and treasure hunting, archaeology as a profession, educational outreach, and museum exhibition. Lectures, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one credit from CLAS 2P32, 2P34, 3P22, 3P23, 3P24, 3P25, 3V30-3V39. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 4P31 Art and Archaeology of Etruscan Italy Etruscan culture through its monuments and material remains from the eighth to third centuries BCE. Lectures, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one of CLAS 3P22, 3P23, 3P24, 3P25, ITAL 2P92, VISA 2P41, 3P52. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in VISA 4P31. #CLAS 4P34 Archaeology of the Aegean Bronze Age Development of the Bronze Age cultures of the Aegean basin from 3000 to 1100 BCE emphasizing art and architecture of the Minoans on Crete and the Mycenaeans of the Greek mainland. Lectures, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one credit from CLAS 2P32, 2P34, 3P22, 3P23, 3P24, 3P25, 3V30-3V39, ITAL 2P92, VISA 1Q98, 1Q99, or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CLAS (VISA) 4V34 and VISA 4P34. #CLAS 4P60 Slavery in the Greek World Theoretical approaches to, practices of and attitudes toward slavery including the experiences of enslaved people and enslavers. Lectures, seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one CLAS credit numbered 2(alpha)90 or above or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 4P63 Children and Childhood in the Ancient Mediterranean World Children's lives from birth through adolescence. Topics may include play, education, labour, apprenticeships, religious rituals, health, disability, child abuse, burial, and commemoration. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one CLAS credit numbered 2(alpha)90 or above or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CLAS 4V68. #CLAS 4P64 Food and Dining in the Roman Empire Food production and social rituals of dining in the Greco-Roman world, historical value of cultural foodways, experiential reconstruction of ancient recipes. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one CLAS credit numbered 2(alpha)90 or above or permission of the instructor. Note: one of CLAS 1P92, 2Q96, 2P97, 3P09 recommended. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 4P65 Disasters in the Ancient Mediterranean World Natural and human-made disasters in antiquity including volcanic eruptions, earthquakes, famines, plagues, and slave revolts. Impact, response, recovery, and reporting of such events. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one CLAS credit numbered 2(alpha)90 or above or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 4P66 Sparta in Context Socio-political institutions, social roles and organization, rituals and material culture, including representations of Sparta in various media. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one CLAS credit numbered 2(alpha)90 or above or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CLAS 4V66. #CLAS 4P67 Nature and the Roman Landscape Cultural attitudes towards nature and construction of identity through landscape in Roman art and literature. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one CLAS credit numbered 2(alpha)90 or above or permission of the instructor. Note: one of CLAS 2P50, 2P97, 2Q96, 3P16 recommended. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 4P68 Augustus and the Roman Revolution Political, social, and cultural history of the Augustan Age, from the Late Republic to the Early Empire. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one CLAS credit numbered 2(alpha)90 or above or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #CLAS 4P69 Empire and Environment Ethnography and environmental impact of Roman Empire. Focus on Indigenous responses to Roman presence, cartographic representations of power, and natural resources. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one CLAS credit numbered 2(alpha)90 or above or permission of the instructor. Note: one of CLAS 2Q96, 2P97, 3P08 recommended. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CLAS 4V55. #CLAS 4P80 Advanced Archaeological Fieldwork in Greece Fieldwork and study at the archaeological site of Gournia in Crete, Greece. Advanced techniques of archaeological survey, excavations, data recording, finds processing, and analysis. Restriction: permission of the instructor. Prerequisite(s): CLAS 3F75 and permission of the instructor. Note: students are expected to pay their own expenses. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CLAS 4V80. #CLAS 4P85 Advanced Archaeological Fieldwork in Italy Fieldwork and study of archaeological materials under the supervision of a faculty member. Restriction: permission of the instructor. Prerequisite(s): CLAS 3F75. Note: students are expected to pay their own expenses. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CLAS 4V85. #CLAS 4P86 Advanced Fieldwork in Maritime Archaeology Fieldwork and study of archaeological materials under the supervision of a faculty member. Restriction: permission of the instructor. Prerequisite(s): CLAS 3F75. Note: students are expected to pay their own expenses. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CLAS 4V86. #CLAS 4P87 Advanced Archaeological Fieldwork in Sicily Fieldwork and study of archaeological materials under the supervision of a faculty member. Restriction: permission of the instructor. Prerequisite(s): CLAS 3F75. Note: students are expected to pay their own expenses. This course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. Completion of this course will replace previous assigned grade and credit obtained in CLAS 4V87. #CLAS 4V20-4V29 Special Topics in Archaeology Selected topics and problems in current archaeological research that pertain to the Mediterranean and to the Near East. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one credit from CLAS 2P32, 2P34, CLAS 3P22, 3P23, 3P24, 3P25, 3V30-3V39 or permission of the instructor. #CLAS 4V25 2024-2025: Archaeology of Greek and Punic Colonization Archaeological remains of Greek and Punic colonies in the western Mediterranean, primarily during the eighth to fifth centuries BCE. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one of CLAS 2P32, 2P34, 3P22, 3P23, 3P24, 3P25, 3V30-3V39, VISA 1Q98, 1Q99, 2P41, 2P92, 3P52 or permission of the instructor. *CLAS 4V30-4V39 Special Topics in Mediterranean Art and Architecture (also offered as VISA 4V30-4V39) Selected topics and problems in current art, historical and archaeological research pertaining to the art and architecture of the ancient Greek or Roman world. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one credit from CLAS 2P32, 2P34, 3P22, 3P23, 3P24, 3P25, 3V30-3V39, VISA 1Q98 and 1Q99, VISA 2P41, 2P92, 3P52 or permission of the instructor. #CLAS 4V50-4V69 Special Topics in Classics Selected topics and problems in current research areas of Classical culture, history, and reception. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one CLAS credit numbered 2(alpha)90 or above or permission of the instructor. #CLAS 4V54 2024-2025: Adornment and the Body Adornment practices, including clothing, cosmetics, hairstyling, jewelry, and tattooing in the Greek world and their significance to age, gender, and status. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one CLAS credit numbered 2(alpha)90 or above or permission of the instructor. #CLAS 4V62 2024-2025: Classics and Pop Culture Use and misuse of Classical antiquity in modern culture through media of television, movies, videogames, comic books, and tabletop games. Overview of Classical reception and adaptation, as well as a practical perspective through focused creative projects. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): one CLAS credit numbered 2(alpha)90 or above or permission of the instructor. #CLAS 4V80-4V89 Advanced Archaeological Fieldwork and Directed Research Fieldwork and study of archaeological material under the supervision of a faculty member. Restriction: permission of the instructor. Prerequisite(s): CLAS 3F75. Note: students are expected to pay their own expenses. #CLAS 4V90-4V99 Advanced Study and Directed Research Individual study in one of the following areas: archaeology, ancient history, classical literature. Restriction: permission of the instructor. Note: content to be determined by the interests of the student and the advice of the instructor. #CLAS 4V91 Advanced Study in Archaelogical Ethics Issues of ownership, stewardship and management pertaining to heritage sites, archaeological objects and the preservation, destruction, reconstruction of memory on a local and global scale. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: permission of the instructor. Note: content to be determined by the interest of the student and the advice of the instructor. #CLAS 4V92 Advanced Study in Ancient Slavery Advanced readings in Greek Slavery with a focus on the enslaved perspective using new methodologies and approaches. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: permission of the instructor. Note: content to be determined by the interest of the student and the advice of the instructor.

GREEK COURSES

#GREE 1F00 Language (Introductory) Fundamentals of ancient Greek. Selections from various Greek authors. Lectures, seminar, 4 hours per week. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #GREE 2P01 Language and Literature I Review of grammar. Intermediate selections from Greek authors. Lectures, seminar, 4 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): GREE 1F00. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #GREE 2P02 Language and Literature II Further intermediate selections from Greek authors. Greek prose composition. Lectures, seminar, 4 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): GREE 2P01 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #GREE 4P01 Epic I Selections from Greek epic. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): GREE 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #GREE 4P02 Epic II Selections from Greek epic. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): GREE 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #GREE 4P05 Historians I Selections from the works of the classical Greek historians and biographers. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): GREE 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #GREE 4P06 Historians II Selections from the works of the classical Greek historians and biographers. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): GREE 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #GREE 4P11 Greek Oratory and Dialogue I Selections from the Attic orators and/or Greek philosophical works. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): GREE 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #GREE 4P12 Greek Oratory and Dialogue II Selections from the Attic orators and/or Greek philosophical works. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): GREE 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #GREE 4P21 Greek Tragedy I One or more Greek tragedies and/or satyr-drama. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): GREE 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #GREE 4P22 Greek Tragedy II One or more Greek tragedies and/or satyr-drama. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): GREE 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #GREE 4P31 Greek Comedy I One or more Greek comedies. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): GREE 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #GREE 4P32 Greek Comedy II One or more Greek comedies. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): GREE 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #GREE 4P41 Greek Lyric and Elegy I Selections from Greek lyric, elegiac, iambic and bucolic poetry. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): GREE 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #GREE 4P42 Greek Lyric and Elegy II Selections from Greek Lyric, elegiac, iambic and bucolic poetry. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): GREE 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #GREE 4V90-4V99 Advanced Readings and Directed Research Studies in Greek literature. Content to be determined by the interests of the student and availability of instructors. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: permission of the instructor.

LATIN COURSES

#LATI 1F00 Language (Introductory) Fundamentals of Latin. Selections from various Latin authors. Lectures, 4 hours per week. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #LATI 2P01 Language and Literature I Review of grammar. Intermediate selections from Latin authors. Lectures, seminar, 4 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): LATI 1F00. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #LATI 2P02 Language and Literature II Further intermediate selections from Latin authors. Latin prose composition. Lectures, seminar, 4 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): LATI 2P01 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #LATI 4P01 Epic, Didactic and Pastoral I Selections from Vergil, Ovid, and Lucretius. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): LATI 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #LATI 4P02 Epic, Didactic and Pastoral II Selections from Vergil, Ovid, and Lucretius. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): LATI 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #LATI 4P05 Historians I Selections from Caesar, Sallust, Nepos, Livy, Tacitus, and Suetonius. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): LATI 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #LATI 4P06 Historians II Selections from Caesar, Sallust, Nepos, Livy, Tacitus, and Suetonius. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): LATI 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #LATI 4P07 Historians III Selections from Nepos' Lives. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): LATI 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #LATI 4P11 Latin Oratory, Letters and Dialogues I Selections from Cicero, Seneca and Pliny the Younger. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): LATI 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #LATI 4P12 Latin Oratory, Letters and Dialogues II Selections from Cicero, Seneca and Pliny the Younger. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): LATI 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #LATI 4P21 Roman Elegy I Selections from Tibullus, Ovid, and Propertius. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): LATI 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #LATI 4P22 Roman Elegy II Selections from Tibullus, Ovid, and Propertius. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): LATI 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #LATI 4P31 Roman Comedy and Satire I Selections from Plautus, Terence, Juvenal, Martial, Petronius, Seneca, and Apuleius. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): LATI 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #LATI 4P32 Roman Comedy and Satire II Selections from Plautus, Terence, Juvenal, Martial, Petronius, Seneca, and Apuleius. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): LATI 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #LATI 4P41 Roman Lyric I Selections from Horace and Catullus. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): LATI 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #LATI 4P42 Roman Lyric II Selections from Horace and Catullus. Authors and works vary. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Prerequisite(s): LATI 2P02 or permission of the instructor. Note: this course may be offered in multiple modes of delivery. The method of delivery will be listed on the academic timetable, in the applicable term. #LATI 4V90-4V99 Advanced Readings and Directed Research Studies in Latin literature. Content to be determined by the interests of the student and availability of instructors. Seminar, 3 hours per week. Restriction: permission of the instructor.
 
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