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LLCU 316-010/080 Classical Mythology: Gods, Heroes, and Monsters

Cosmological myths and heroic sagas in the literature and art of Greece and Rome. The influence of the mythology in later art and literature.

3 credit hours

Note: This course satisfies the College of Arts & Sciences Group A: Creative Arts & Humanities Breadth Requirement.

Cross-listed with CMLT316

LLCU 330-010/080 Topics: World Literatures and Cultures

Cultural, especially cross-cultural, study with primary emphasis on the historical development of the announced area, e.g., Nature in the Ancient World, Speculative Fiction, Transformation of a Myth. 

3 credit hours

RESTRICTIONS: May be repeated three times for credit when topics vary.

Note: Section satisfies A&S writing requirement.

Cross-listed CMLT330, HIST399, and WOMS330

LATN 101 Elementary Latin I

Prepares students to read ancient Roman literary works in the original language. Emphasizes building a basic vocabulary and acquiring essential grammar. Discussion of Roman culture and civilization.

3 credit hours

LATN 201-010/080 Intermediate Latin Prose

Introduction to reading Latin literature in the original language, focusing on the philosophical and forensic works of Cicero, the historical writings of Livy, and the letters of Pliny. 

3 credit hours

PREREQ: LATN101 and LATN102 or equivalent.

LATN 301-010/080 Advanced Intermediate Latin Prose

Focuses on the works (in the original language) of one or more prose authors with particular attention to interpretative issues such as themes and contemporary intellectual and cultural milieu. Readings drawn from the philosophical, historical, and oratorical works of authors such as Tacitus, Pliny the Elder, Pliny the Younger, Caesar, Cicero, Sallust, and Seneca in rotation or in combination. 

3 credit hours

PREREQ: LATN202 or equivalent.

Note: This is an Honors section/course. 

This course satisfies the College of Arts & Sciences Group A: Creative Arts & Humanities Breadth Requirement.

LATN 401 Advanced Latin Prose

Focuses on the works (in the original language) of one or more prose authors with particular attention to interpretative issues such as themes and contemporary intellectual and cultural milieu. Readings drawn from the philosophical, historical, and oratorical works of authors such as Tacitus, Pliny the Elder, Pliny the Younger, Caesar, Cicero, Sallust, and Seneca in rotation or in combination. 

3 credit hours

PREREQ: LATN301 and LATN302 or equivalent. 

RESTRICTIONS: Meets with LATN301. May be repeated for credit four times.

Note: This is an Honors section/course. Open to Honors students only -- min. 3.0- GPA required. See www.udel.edu/honors for enrollment policies.

GREK 101 Elementary Ancient Greek I

Prepares students to read ancient Greek literary works in the original language. Emphasizes building a basic vocabulary and acquiring essential grammar. Includes discussion of ancient Greek culture and civilization.

3 credit hours

GREK 201-010/080 Ancient Prose: Intermediate Greek

Focuses on the works of one or more prose authors with particular attention to review of grammar and syntax. Readings will be drawn from the philosophical, historical, and oratorical works of authors such as Plato, Herodotus, Xenophon, Lysias, Demosthenes, and Isocrates in rotation or in combination.

3 credit hours 

PREREQ: GREK102 or equivalent.

GREK 301-010/080 Ancient Prose: Advanced Intermediate Greek

Focuses on the works (in the original language) of one or more prose authors with particular attention to interpretative issues such as themes and contemporary intellectual and cultural milieu. Readings drawn from the philosophical, historical, and oratorical works of authors such as Plato, Herodotus, Xenophon, Lysias, Demosthenes, and Isocrates in rotation or in combination. 

3 credit hours

PREREQ: GREK202 or equivalent. May be repeated for credit four times.

Notes: This course satisfies the College of Arts & Sciences Group A: Creative Arts & Humanities Breadth Requirement.

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  • Department of Languages, Literatures & Cultures
  • Jastak-Burgess Hall
  • University of Delaware
  • 30 East Main St.
  • Newark, DE 19716, USA
  • Phone: 302-831-2591
  • dllc-academics@udel.edu