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Approved Courses, 2013-2014   

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Greek

 

 

Euripides and Thucydides: Athens Destroys Itself

A study of how a contemporary tragedian and a contemporary historian viewed Athens' loss of its empire in the Peloponnesian War.  Prerequisite: GRK 213 or permission of the instructor.  4 credits

 

Offered Fall 2013

T TH 1:00-2:20 p.m.

Scott Bradbury

 

        

                              

 

 

LAT213 Introduction to Virgil's "Aeneid"

Selections from the Aeneid, with attention to literary, historical, and cultural aspects. Prerequisite: 212 or permission of the instructor. {F} {L} 4 credits

 

 

Offered Spring 2014

TIME: TBA

Justina Gregory

 

 

LAT330 Advanced Readings in Latin Literature

 

          A study of Western philosophy from the early Greeks to the end of the Middle Ages, with emphasis on the pre-Socratics, Plato,

Aristotle, the Stoics and Epicureans, and some of the scholastic philosophers.  {H/M}  4 credits

         

                                                                             

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Director:  Joshua Birk


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