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The Classics department offers courses with three different prefixes. Course numbers with the CLAS prefix are taught in English; those with the GREK prefix are language courses in either ancient or modern Greek; and those with the LATN prefix are language courses in Latin. The course listings will be updated each semester. For more detailed descriptions of the courses, follow the link for the course brochure.

Course Semester Titlesort descending Sections Instructor(s)
CLAS330 Spring 2019 Ancient Greek Religion: Gods, Myths, Temples 1 sections Jorge Bravo
CLAS289A Spring 2019 Are We Rome? 6 sections Gregory Staley
GREK102 Spring 2019 Elementary Ancient Greek II 1 sections Gregory Bucher
LATN101 Spring 2019 Elementary Latin I 1 sections Instructor: TBA
GREK112 Spring 2019 Elementary Modern Greek II 1 sections Polyvia Parara
CLAS170 Spring 2019 Greek and Roman Mythology 9 sections Francisco Barrenechea
GREK415 Spring 2019 Homer 1 sections Lillian Doherty
GREK604 Spring 2019 Homer 1 sections Lillian Doherty
CLAS699 Spring 2019 Independent Study in Classical Civilization 1 sections Lillian Doherty
LATN201 Spring 2019 Intermediate Latin 1 sections Robert Matera
GREK212 Spring 2019 Intermediate Modern Greek II 1 sections Polyvia Parara
LATN405 Spring 2019 Lucretius 1 sections Jorge Bravo
LATN302 Spring 2019 Ovid 1 sections Robert Matera
GREK301 Spring 2019 Scenes from Athenian Life 1 sections Instructor: TBA
CLAS309Q Spring 2019 Special Topics in Classical Literature; Queer History of Classics 1 sections Robert Matera
LATN688L Spring 2019 Special Topics in Latin Literature; Lucretius 1 sections Jorge Bravo
CLAS419B Spring 2019 The Classical Tradition; The Classical Tradition in Spain and Latin America 1 sections Francisco Barrenechea
GREK399A Spring 2019 Topics in Advanced Modern Greek Language and Culture; Advanced Modern Greek II 1 sections Polyvia Parara
LATN605 Spring 2019 Vergil 1 sections Gregory Staley
LATN415 Spring 2019 Vergil's Aeneid 1 sections Gregory Staley