Spring 2022

Physics Building 4
Chris Hallett
MWF
11:00 - 12:00

An introduction to the history, literature, and society of the ancient Romans.


Dwinelle 79
J. Theodore Peña
TuTh
9:30-11:00

Broad-based introduction to the archaeology of the ancient Romans.


Dwinelle 89
Dylan Sailor
Tu
3:00-4:00

Reading and discussion of the ILIAD.


Stanley 105
Duncan MacRae
MWF
12:00-1:00

An introduction to the myths of the ancient Greeks and Romans, covering ancient and modern tellings of these traditional stories. Fulfills L&S Breadth in Arts & Literature or Philosophy & Values. 3 hours lecture, 1 hour discussion section.


North Gate 105
G. R. F. (John) Ferrari
TuTh
9:30-11:00

Introduction to ancient Greek philosopy through study of Plato, Aristotle, the Epicureans, and the Stoics.


Dwinelle 228
G. R. F. (John) Ferrari
TuTh
3:30-5:00

An introduction to the political thought of Ancient Greece through study of Thucydides, Plato, and Aristotle.


Dwinelle 215
Trevor Murphy
MWF
9:00-10:00

Witches, holy men, love spells, and mystery religions in ancient Greece and Rome. What did the practice of magic mean in its ancient cultural context?


Social Sciences Building 104
Kim Shelton
TuTh
11:00-12:30

A survey of the painting in the ancient Greek world, on a variety of materials, from its beginnings in prehistory to its height of international fame and accomplishment in the Hellenistic period, focusing on: techniques, materials, continuity and development in styles and use, the interrelationship of the various media, decorative vs. narrative meaning, regional and chronological trends, the craft vs. the art.

Dwinelle 79
Liam Deihr
MWF
9:00-10:00

Second semester of introductory ancient Greek.


308C Doe Library
Ellen Oliensis
MW
12:30-2:00

Selected readings from Homer's Iliad in Greek, the entire poem in English.


Doe Library 308C
Dylan Sailor
TuTh
12:30-2:00

Study, in ancient Greek, of Aeschylus’ AGAMEMNON.

Wheeler 24
GSI TBA
MTuWTh
10:00-11:00

First semester of Latin


Wheeler 104
GSI TBA
MTuWTh
1:00-2:00

First semester of Latin


Dwinelle 134
Daniel Squire
MWF
10:00-11:00

Second-semester Latin


Dwinelle 215
Trevor Murphy
MWF
1:00-2:00

Selections from Caesar and Cicero with the aim of learning to read Latin with understanding and enjoyment.  Review of morphology, syntax, and vocabulary to improve reading facility. Fulfills L&S Breadth in Arts & Literature or Historical Studies.


Latimer 102
Prof. Kathleen McCarthy
TuTh
11:00-12:30

In this course we will focus on reading in Latin extensive selections from Vergil’s Aeneid.


Latimer 102
Prof. Kathleen McCarthy
TuTh
11:00-12:30

Readings in Latin from the second half of the Aeneid.

Doe Library 308C
Nikolaos Papazarkadas
MW
9:30-11:00

Survey of Greek Literature (part 2)


Doe Library 308C
Emily Gowers (Sather Professor)
W
2:00-5:00

Select issues in ancient Greek and/or Roman literature or history or culture.


Doe Library 308C
Mario Telo'
M
2:00-5:00

In the current return to formalism, the humanities have seen a re-evaluation of poetic form in terms of its capacity for unruly, queer ways of being and becoming, or unbecoming. The unsettling geometries of poetic form—its breaks and cuts, as well as its power of obstruction through repetition, congestion, expansion, and contraction—create a potential for resistance or willfulness, or wild escapes from meaning. In this seminar we will familiarize ourselves with various radical formalisms through conversations with various guests who will send us a short chapter beforehand to discuss in class. The guests will be: Lucy Alford, Stephen Best, Tom Geue, Sean Gurd, Sarah Nooter, Ellis Neyra, Sarah Olsen, Victoria Rimell, Victoria Wohl. The assignment of each week will thus include primary readings (in Greek, Latin, and English) relevant to the guest’s chapter and theoretical secondary readings helpful to understand and discuss the particular approaches or angles privileged by the guest.


Doe Library 308C
Donald Mastronarde
TuTh
11:00-12:30

Surveys a variety of styles in ancient Greek prose; develops skill in producing morphologically and syntactically accurate Greek prose.


Doe Library 308C
Kim Shelton
Tu
2:00-5:00

This graduate level seminar will explore mortuary archaeology in the Aegean and Greek worlds from the prehistoric to historic periods.