Summer 2024

105 Dwinelle
M-Th
10:00-12:00

Study of the major developments, achievements, and contradictions in Greek culture from the Bronze Age to the 4th century BCE.

Session A: May 20-June 28


79 Dwinelle
M-Th
10:00-12:00

Investigation of the main achievements and tensions in Roman culture from Romulus to the High Empire.

Session D: July 1-August 9


79 Dwinelle
M-Th
2:00-4:00

The society, culture, values and outlook on life of the ancient Greeks as expressed in their mythology; their views on life, birth, marriage, death, sex and sexuality; on culture and civilization, the origin and meaning of the world.

Session D: July 1-August 9

108 Wheeler
M-F
1:00-4:00

Designed for anyone who wishes to acquire reading knowledge of ancient Greek; replaces 2+ semesters of traditional study.


Session B- June 3-August 9

Remote
M-F
9:00-12:00; 1:00-4:00

Designed for anyone who wishes to acquire reading knowledge of Latin; replaces 2+ semesters of traditional study. Lectures, discussions, drills and tutorial sessions on grammar and vocabulary; readings in Latin prose and poetry (e.g., Cicero and Ovid).


Session B: June 3 - August 9

No Graduate Courses