Latin-courses

Undergraduate Level Courses/Advanced Undergraduate Level Courses/Graduate Level Courses

**Prerequiste for all 400-level courses is LATIN 302 or consent of the Department.

LATIN 101 BEGINNERS' LATIN I *3 (3-0-1)

Prerequiste for all 400-level courses is LATIN 302 or consent of the Department.

An introduction to Latin which includes the study of the elements of Latin grammar and the reading of simple texts. Note: Students who have taken Latin 30 or Latin 100.                                       Registering in the lecture will automatically enroll the student in the lab.

Term

Class

Section

Days

Time

Location

Instructor

F18 65552 LEC A2 MWF  1000 - 1050 T 1 107  Mackay,Katherine
F18 AUTO LAB D2 T 1000 - 1050 T 1 107 Mackay,Katherine
F18 68070 LEC A3 MWF  1100 - 1150 T 1 107  MacFarlane, Kelly 
F18 AUTO LAB D3 1100 - 1150 T 1 107
MacFarlane, Kelly 
F18 66016 LEC A4 MWF  1300 - 1350  T 1 108 Polletti, Beatrice
F18 AUTO LAB D4  1300 - 1350 T 1 108 Polletti, Beatrice
F18 72689 LEC A5 MWF 0900 - 0950 TBA MacFarlane, Kelly 
F18  AUTO LAB D5 T 0830 - 0920 TBA MacFarlane, Kelly 

LATIN 102 BEGINNERS' LATIN II *3 (3-0-1)

Prerequiste for all 400-level courses is LATIN 302 or consent of the Department.

A continuation of LATIN 101. Prerequisite: LATIN 101, or consent of Department. Students who intend to proceed to LATIN 301 are strongly encouraged to register in LATIN 104.                              Not open to students with credits in LATIN 104.  Registering in the lecture will automatically enroll the student in the lab.

Term

Class

Section

Days

Time

Location

Instructor

W19 90160  LEC B1 MWF 1300 - 1350 T 1 83 MacFarlane, Kelly 
W19 AUTO LAB H1 0830 - 0920 T 1 83  MacFarlane, Kelly
W19  90054  LEC B2 MWF 1000 - 1050 T 1 107 MacFarlane, Kelly
W19 AUTO LAB H2 1000 - 1050 T 1 107 MacFarlane, Kelly 


LATIN 301 INTERMEDIATE LATIN I
*3 (3-0-1)

Prerequiste for all 400-level courses is LATIN 302 or consent of the Department.

A continuation of LATIN 102. By the end of the term we will have reviewed all essential grammar and syntax and we will be starting to read unabridged texts. Review of grammar; reading of Latin texts, translation of simple sentences from English into Latin.Prerequisite: LATIN 102 (prior to 2005-06), or 104 or consent of Department.

Term

Class

Section

Days

Time

Location

Instructor

F18 72638 LEC A2  MWF 1000 - 1050 T B 125 MacFarlane, Kelly
F18 AUTO LAB D2 1000 - 1050 T B 125 MacFarlane, Kelly

LATIN 302 INTERMEDIATE LATIN II *3 (3-0-0)

Prerequiste for all 400-level courses is LATIN 302 or consent of the Department.

Advanced Latin grammar and syntax. Selected readings from Latin poetry and prose. Prerequisite: Latin 301 or consent of Department.

Term

Class

Section

Days

Time

Location

Instructor

W19  89164  LEC B1  MWF  1000 - 1050 T B 109 MacKay, Christopher

*Advanced Undergraduate Level Courses

LATIN 406 TOPICS IN LATIN POETRY  *3 (3-0-0)

Prerequiste for all 400-level courses is LATIN 302 or consent of the Department.

Title: Augustan Rome in Love: Latin Elegiac Poetry

Description: Even Romans couldn't be all epic all the time: they also wrote some of the most emotionally expressive love poetry of the ancient world. Starting in Caesar's time with Catullus and going through Tibullus, Sulpicia, Propertius and Ovid in the Augustan age, the genre of elegy flourished, evoking an aesthetic and way of life seemingly worlds away from Virgil's poetry of power and conquest. Read the witty, charming and sometimes outrageous works of Rome's most talented poetic artists in the original, including the most extensive surviving set of works by a woman author from ancient Rome. We will be considering the elegists' views of eroticism, gender, imperialism, the role of the poet and the ideology of Romanness under Augustus.

Term

Class

Section

Days

Time

Location

Instructor

W19 96359 LEC B1  T R 11:00 - 12:20 TBA Kemezis, Adam 


LATIN 410 TOPICS IN LATIN PROSE
  *3 (3-0-0)

Prerequiste for all 400-level courses is LATIN 302 or consent of the Department.

Topic: Roman Writers on Roman Britain 

Description:  Selected readings from Latin authors writing about Roman Britain.  Selections will include part of Caesar's account of the initial Roman landings in Britain and part of Tacitus' account of Agricola's years as Roman governor of Britain.  Other readings will include extracts from the Late Roman lives of Saint Patrick and  Saint Germanus (both involving Britain) as well as some documentary texts such as the Vindolanda and newly discovered London ink tablets.

Term

Class

Section

Days

Time

Location

Instructor

F18 72561 LEC A1  T R 1400 - 1520 TBA Rossiter, Jeremy

 

LATIN 499 - INDIVIDUAL STUDY IN LATIN AUTHORS  *3 (3-0-0)

Prerequiste: consent of the Department. Closed to Web registration.

**Come to the department main office to obtain the purple consent form required.

Term

Class

Section


F18 X64698 LEC A1 Individual Study *Closed to web registration
W19 X89898 LEC B1 Individual Study *Closed to web registration


* Graduate Level Courses

LATIN 500 - FOURTH-YEAR HONOURS TUTORIAL  *3 (0-3s-0)

Prerequiste: consent of the Department. Closed to Web registration.

**Come to the department main office to obtain the purple consent form required.

Term

Class

Section


F18 X66446 SEM A1 Individual Study *Closed to web registration
W19 X90558 SEM B1 Individual Study *Closed to web registration


LATIN 506 TOPICS IN LATIN POETRY
 *3 (3-0-0)

Title: Augustan Rome in Love: Latin Elegiac Poetry

Description: Even Romans couldn't be all epic all the time: they also wrote some of the most emotionally expressive love poetry of the ancient world. Starting in Caesar's time with Catullus and going through Tibullus, Sulpicia, Propertius and Ovid in the Augustan age, the genre of elegy flourished, evoking an aesthetic and way of life seemingly worlds away from Virgil's poetry of power and conquest. Read the witty, charming and sometimes outrageous works of Rome's most talented poetic artists in the original, including the most extensive surviving set of works by a woman author from ancient Rome. We will be considering the elegists' views of eroticism, gender, imperialism, the role of the poet and the ideology of Romanness under Augustus.

Term

Class

Section

Days

Time

Location

Instructor

W19 96359 LEC B1 T R 11:00 - 12:20 TBA

Kemezis, Adam


LATIN 510 TOPICS IN LATIN PROSE
  *3 (3-0-0)

Topic: ROMAN WRITERS ON ROMAN BRITAIN

Description:  Selected readings from Latin authors writing about Roman Britain.  Selections will include part of Caesar's account of the initial Roman landings in Britain and part of Tacitus' account of Agricola's years as Roman governor of Britain.  Other readings will include extracts from the Late Roman lives of Saint Patrick and  Saint Germanus (both involving Britain) as well as some documentary texts such as the Vindolanda and newly discovered London ink tablets.

Term

Class

Section

Days

Time

Location

Instructor

F18 72561 LEC A1 T R 1400 - 1520 TBA Rossiter, Jeremy


LATIN 599 - SUPERVISED READING  *3 (3-0-0)

Prerequiste: consent of the Department. Closed to Web registration.

**Come to the department main office to obtain the purple consent form required.

Term

Class

Section


F18 X65572 LEC A1 Individual Study *Closed to web registration
W19 X90560 LEC B1 Individual Study *Closed to web registration