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

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  • 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 530: Latin Prose Composition
    Practice in set and free composition of Latin prose, aimed at developing advanced language proficiency.
  • CAS CL 546: Early Christian Latin Literature
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: one 300-level Latin course or equivalent, or consent of instructor.
    Introduction to the reading and interpretation of important works of early Christian literature (3rd -- 6th centuries) in Latin, for students of classics (esp. Latin), theology, and related historical disciplines. The focus is on language, literary form, relation to 'classical' literature, and historical contexts. Topics vary. Also offered as CAS CL 346.
  • CAS CL 560: Studies in Ancient Greek History
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: advanced knowledge of Greek or consent of instructor.
    Topics vary. Not offered 2014/2015.
  • 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.
  • CAS CL 596: Early Christian Greek Literature
    Undergraduate Prerequisites: one 300-level ancient Greek course or equivalent, or consent of instructor.
    Introduction to the reading and interpretation of important works of early Christian literature (1st --6th centuries) in Greek, for students of classics (esp. Greek), theology, and related historical disciplines. The focus is on language, literary form, relation to 'classical' literature, and historical contexts. Topics vary. Also offered as CAS CL 396.