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CLAS0500A-W13

CRN: 10351

Independent Study

Independent Study
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CLAS0500B-W13

CRN: 10352

Independent Study

Independent Study
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CLAS0500C-W13

CRN: 10416

Independent Study

Independent Study
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CLAS0500E-W13

CRN: 10353

Independent Study

Independent Study
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CLAS0500F-W13

CRN: 10354

Independent Study

Independent Study
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CLAS0500G-W13

CRN: 10355

Independent Study

Independent Study
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CLAS0505A-W13

CRN: 10356

Ind Senior Project

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CLAS0505B-W13

CRN: 10357

Ind Senior Project

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CLAS0505C-W13

CRN: 10417

Ind Senior Project

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CLAS0505E-W13

CRN: 10358

Ind Senior Project

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CLAS0505F-W13

CRN: 10359

Ind Senior Project

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CLAS0505G-W13

CRN: 10360

Ind Senior Project

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CLAS0700A-W13

CRN: 10361

Sr Essay Classics/Cy

Senior Essay for Classics/Classical Studies Majors
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CLAS0700B-W13

CRN: 10543

Sr Essay Classics/Cy

Senior Essay for Classics/Classical Studies Majors
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CLAS0700C-W13

CRN: 10544

Sr Essay Classics/Cy

Senior Essay for Classics/Classical Studies Majors
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CLAS0700E-W13

CRN: 10546

Sr Essay Classics/Cy

Senior Essay for Classics/Classical Studies Majors
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CLAS0700F-W13

CRN: 10547

Sr Essay Classics/Cy

Senior Essay for Classics/Classical Studies Majors
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CLAS0700G-W13

CRN: 10548

Sr Essay Classics/Cy

Senior Essay for Classics/Classical Studies Majors
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CLAS1016A-W13

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WAGS1016A-W13

CRN: 11336

GenderSexualityAntiquity

Gender and Sexuality in the Ancient World
In this course we will examine issues of gender and sexuality in ancient Greece and Rome. Through close analyses of ancient texts and material remains, we will discuss representations of gender in literature and art, sexual norms and codes, medical theories concerning the male and female body, and views on marriage, rape, adultery, and prostitution. In addition we will examine the relationship between the construction of gender identities in literature and the actual roles of men and women in society. Authors and texts include Homer, Hesiod, Sappho, Sophocles, Euripides, Aristophanes, Plato, Aristotle, the Hippocratic Corpus, Livy, Virgil, Ovid, and Catullus. (This course counts as elective credit towards the major in Classics and the major in Women's and Gender Studies)

HEBR0101A-W13

CRN: 11323

Beginning Classical Hebrew I

Beginning Classical Hebrew I
The goal of the Hebrew sequence is to develop students' ability to read the Jewish Bible (Old Testament) and later Hebrew literature. An introduction to classical Hebrew, this course presupposes nothing, begins with mastery of the Hebrew alphabet, and leads students through the noun and the basic structure of the Hebrew verbal system. By the end of the course, students will be reading and translating brief biblical narratives with the use of a lexicon.

LATN0101A-W13

CRN: 11324

Beginning Latin

Beginning Latin I
The course offers an intensive introduction to the Latin language that prepares students to read the major authors of ancient Roman literature. In addition to their systematic study of grammar and syntax, students translate excerpts from Vergil, Seneca and the Vulgate Bible. This course is designed for students who have had no previous experience with Latin, as well as those who have had some Latin but want to review the fundamentals of grammar.