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Classics Schedule 2017-18

 

Block 1

Block 2

Block 3

Block 4

½

Block 5

Block 6

Block 7

Block 8

Buxton

FYE

GS/PS/CL117

Concepts of Freedom from Ancient to Modern Times

Before Fuller (Poli. Sci)

CL227/HY209

/EC110

Ancient Economy

N/T

CL431

Senior Thesis

 

CL101

Intro. Greek

CL101

Intro. Greek

N/T

CL202/302/402

Greek Reading

Cramer

Sabbatical

Sabbatical

Sabbatical

Sabbatical

 

CL221/HS302

Invention of History

 

N/T

CO252/HY235

Age of Alexander the Great

CL 160/HY209

RM200

Race, Ethnicity & Prejudice in the Ancient World

Dobson

FYE

CL118

Myth, Gender & Metamorphosis in the Ancient Mediterranean

N/T

CL220/CO200/

RM220

Myth and Meaning

PY120/PH262

CO200

Discovering the Unconscious

 

Sabbatical

Sabbatical

Sabbatical

Sabbatical

Thakur

N/T

FYE 

CL118

Myth, Gender & Metamorphosis in the Ancient Mediterranean

Chair

CL222/MA240

Calendars and Time with Anderson

 (Math)

 

 

CL111

Intro Latin

CL111

Intro Latin

N/T

CL212/312/412

Latin reading

Wise

CL226/HY216

Roman History: Literature and Culture of the Augustan Age

 

CL201/301 /401

Greek Reading

CL211/311/

411

Latin Reading

N/T

 

N/T

CL222/CO210/EN?

Classics and Literary Theory

CL260/RM206/

CO220

Gender and Sexuality in

Antiquity

CL222/CL200

Eros & Amor: Conceptions of Love in Ancient Greece and Rome

Other

Dept.

PH101/CL210

Greek Philosophy

Riker

 

 

 

 

CL222/RE210

Bible: Myth & History

 Reaves

 

CL222/PH244

History of Social & Political Philosophy

McEnnerney

 

CL222/RE305

Making & Faking Scripture

Reaves

 

 

 

Extended Greek

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Extended Latin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Classics Schedule 2016-17 

 

Block 1

Block 2

Block 3

Block 4

½

Block 5

Block 6

Block 7

Block 8

Buxton

CL115

FYE

GS101

Freedom & Authority (after Cramer)

CL125/HY209

The Ancient Mediterranean

N/T

 

CL101

Greek for Beginners

 

 

N/T

CL226/HY227

Roman History II

Cramer

GS101

Freedom & Authority (Before Buxton)

CL201,301,401

Greek Reading

CL211,311,411

Latin Reading

N/T

 

CL221/HY302

Invention of History

CHAIR

CL218/CO200

Homer

N/T

Dobson

HS218/CO220

Psyche, Symbol, Dream: The World of C.G. Jung

N/T

CL/HY/PH116

Soul & Self from Antiquity to Modernity

(With Riker)

 

 

N/T

PH/PY/CO

CL220/CO200/

FG220

Myth & Meaning

CL202/302/402

Greek Reading

Thakur

N/T

CL115

FYE (after Buxton)

CL431

Senior Thesis

CL275

Greek & Roman Sports & Entertainment

 

CL431

Senior Thesis

 

CL111

Latin for Beginners

 

N/T

CL212/312/412

Latin Reading

Other, Dept.

CL210/PH101

Greek Philosophy

(Daly-Philosophy)

CL219/CO200/

TH200/FG206

Gender Trouble on the Acropolis (In Athens) (Hughes-English)

CL222/RE200

The Bible: Myth and Mystery (Reaves- Religion)

 

CL222/CO220

PH141/EN280

The Art of Living: Greek Poetry & Philosophy

(Mason- English, Lee-Philosophy )

CL209/AH209

Late Antiquity

(Kolarik- Art)

Latin Boot camp (Henry)

CL222/RE200

Greco/Roman Religions

(Reaves- Religion)

CL219/TH220/

CO200

Ritual, Greek Tragedy & Early Comedy (Lindblade- Theatre)

 

 

Extended Greek

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Extended Latin

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Course grid for 2015-16

Course grid for 2014-15