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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 section is reserved for the Associate in Arts Program.
This course satisfies the College of Arts & Sciences Group A: Creative Arts & Humanities Breadth Requirement.
LLCU 323-010/080 Greek Tragedy
This course is a survey of ancient Greek tragedy and the society that produced it. We will accomplish this by reading and discussing the works of the three great Athenian tragedians (Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides) of the fifth century BCE. Moreover, as plays written for competition in civic festivals, for a community that limited full citizen participation to men, not women, we will also focus on how Greek tragedy deals with the figures of women.
LLCU 336 Society & Spectacle in Ancient Greece and Rome
From the political machinations of the Athenian tyrant Peisistratus to the mysterious death of the Roman empress Agrippina; from the legendarily strange customs of Spartan men and women to the bloody gladiator and gladiatrix in the Roman arena, Classical culture provides a bounty of stories that continue to engage, surprise, and influence the modern world. In this course, we navigate the changing spaces for women and men to see and be seen as spectacles in antiquity. Specific topics include ancient combat, political intrigue, and the gendering of public and private entertainment.
LATN 102 Elementary Latin II
Completion of elementary Latin.
PREREQ: LATN101 or equivalent
RESTRICTIONS: One year of high school Latin acceptable in lieu of prerequisite.
LATN 202-010/080 Intermediate Latin Poetry
Readings, in the original language, will be drawn from Vergil's Aeneid as well as from the works of Ovid and Catullus. Attention will be given not only to review of grammar but also to the socio-political circumstances under which these works were composed.
PREREQ: LATN201 or equivalent.
RESTRICTIONS: Satisfies College of Arts and Sciences language requirement.
LATN 302-010/080 Advanced Intermediate Latin Poetry
Focus on the works (in the original Latin) of one or more poets with particular attention to interpretive issues such as themes and contemporary intellectual and cultural milieu. Readings will be drawn from authors such as Lucretius, Tibullus, Propertius, Ovid, Virgil, Ennius, Catullus, Plautus, Terence, and Seneca in rotation and/or in combination.
PREREQ: LATN202 or equivalent.
LATN 402-010/080 Advanced Latin Poetry
Focus on the works (in the original Latin) of one or more poets with particular attention to interpretive issues such as themes and contemporary intellectual and cultural milieu. Readings will be drawn from work of poets such as Lucretius, Virgil, Terence, Plautus, Catullus, Ennius, Propertius, Seneca, and Tibullus in rotation and/or combination.
PREREQ: LATN301 and LATN302 or equivalent.
RESTRICTIONS: Meets with LATN302. May be repeated for credit four times.
GREK 102 Elementary Ancient Greek II
Completion of elementary Greek.
PREREQ: GREK101 or equivalent
GREK 202-010 Ancient Poetry: Intermediate Greek
Focuses on the works of one or more poets. Readings will be drawn from the epic, lyric, and dramatic (tragic and comic) works of authors such as Homer, Sappho, Pindar, Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, and Aristophanes in rotation or in combination.
PREREQ: GREK 201 or equivalent.
GREK 302-010/080 Ancient Poetry: Advanced Intermediate Greek
Advanced intermediate level course in ancient Greek focusing on the works (in the original language) of one or more poets. Readings will be drawn from the epic, lyric, and dramatic (tragic and comic) works of authors such as Homer, Sappho, Pindar, Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, and Aristophanes in rotation or in combination.
3 credit hours
PREREQ: GREK202 or equivalent. May be repeated for credit four times.
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