Classics 100 Level

Undergraduate Level Courses

**100 level courses provide the broadest introduction to Classics.

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CLASS 102 - Greek and Roman Mythology *3 (3-0-0)

Description: A survey of classical mythology with readings in translation from various ancient authors as well as from modern scholarly works. Formally CLASS 202.

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Time

Location

Instructor

FA19 67754 Lec A1 MWF  1100-1150  T B 45 A. Kemezis
FA19  69212  Lec A2  MWF  1200-1250  T B 45 TBA
FA19 73804  Lec A3 MWF 1400-1450  ESB 3 27 TBA 
FA19 72794 Lec X01 W 1800-2100 T 1 93 TBA
W20 89558  Lec B1  MWF  1200-1250  T B 45 TBA
W20  88550 Lec B2 MWF  1000-1050  T BW 1 S. Stewart
W20  92836  Lec X50  MWF  1800-2100  T 1 93 TBA
W20  93936  Lec X51  1800-2100  T 1 91  TBA 


CLASS 103 - Introduction to Ancient Rome*3 (3-0-0)

Description:

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Section

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Time

Location

Instructor

W20  96258  Lec B1 MWF 1100-1150 CAB 243 J. Harris


CLASS 104 -Introduction to Ancient Rome *3 (3-0-0)

Formally CLASS 271.

Term

Class

Section

Days

Time

Location

Instructor

FA19 70184  Lec A1 MWF 1100-1150 T 3 65 C. MacKay
W20  88748  Lec B1 MWF  1100-1150 SAB 326 TBA 


CLASS 110 - The Ancient World *3 (3-0-0)

Description: World history from the beginning of written records down to the sixth century AD. The course covers the ancient history of the Mediterranean world, with particular emphasis on Egypt, Greece and Rome and compares developments in civilization in these areas with those in Persia, India and China.

Lec A1 - Description:Who discovered King Tut’s tomb? Why were the coins of Ancient Athens called “owls”? Where can you find a local replica of Augustus’ statue? (and why was Rome’s first emperor called “Augustus” anyways?) Join us for a whirlwind tool of the ancient world, from the Stone Age to the Pyramids, the Parthenon, China’s Terracotta army and beyond, and gain an understanding of the civilizations that shaped the modern world. This course will provide a survey of world history from the beginning of written records down to the end of the sixth century A.D. We shall cover the ancient history of the Mediterranean world, with particular emphasis upon the Near East, Egypt, Greece, and Rome, and compare developments in these areas with those in Persia, India, and China.

Term

Class

Section

Days

Time

Location

Instructor

FA19 76049  Lec A1 MWF  0900-0950 T BW 1   F. Pownall
W20  88682  Lec B1  TR  0930-1050  T BW 1

J. Rossiter

W20  92838 Lec X50 T 1800-2100 T B 38  TBA