Classical Studies: incl. Classical Civilization and Tradition (in English), Ancient Greek, and Latin

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  • CAS CL 520: Studies in Latin Literature
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: CAS CL 351.
    Topic for Spring 2017: Ovid's Metamorphoses: Text and Reception. Extensive readings in the original Latin from Ovid's Metamorphoses, supplemented by readings in modern scholarship and studies of post-classical receptions of the poem.
  • CAS CL 521: Survey of Latin Literature I
    Historical survey from archaic Latin through Republican literature; introduction to classical scholarship. For advanced students wishing to increase their language skills through extensive reading.
  • CAS CL 522: Survey of Latin Literature II
    Survey of Latin authors focusing on the period of the early Empire; introduction to classical scholarship. For advanced students wishing to increase their language skills through extensive reading.
  • CAS CL 530: Latin Prose Composition
    Practice in set and free composition of Latin prose, aimed at developing advanced language proficiency.
  • CAS CL 561: Survey of Greek Literature 1
    Reading course designed to study the history of Greek literature through a chronological survey of representative authors and genres: Homer through the archaic age.
  • CAS CL 562: Survey of Greek Literature 2
    Reading course designed to study the history of Greek literature through a chronological survey of representative authors and genres: Classical through Hellenistic period.
  • CAS CL 563: Greek Prose Composition
    Close study of exemplary Greek prose as the basis for original composition in Greek of sentences and short passages, then more extensive prose pieces.