Latin

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

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 equivalent should consult the Department advisor. Registering in the lecture will automatically enrol the student in the lab.

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F17 71788  LEC A1  MWF  0900 - 0950  T 1 107 MacFarlane, Kelly
F17 AUTO LAB D1 T 0830 - 0920 T 1 107 MacFarlane, Kelly
F17 71282 LEC A2 MWF 1000 - 1050 T 1 107 MacFarlane, Kelly 
F17 AUTO LAB D2 T 1000 - 1050 T 1 107 MacFarlane, Kelly
F17 74159 LEC A3 MWF 1100 - 1150 T 1 107 Mackay,Katherine
F17 AUTO LAB D3 T 1100 - 1150 T 1 107 Mackay,Katherine
F17 71792 LEC A4 MWF 1300 - 1350  T 1 108  MacKay Katherine
F17 AUTO LAB D4  T 1300 - 1350 T 1 108  Mackay, Katherine

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

A continuation of LATIN 101. Prerequisite: LATIN 101, or consent of Department. Registering in the lecture will automatically enrol the student in the lab.

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W18 91722 LEC B1 MWF  0900 - 0950  T 1 107 MacFarlane, Kelly 
W18 AUTO LAB H1 T 0830 - 0920 T 1 107 MacFarlane, Kelly
W18 91606  LEC B2 MWF 1000 - 1050 T 1 107 MacFarlane, Kelly
W18 AUTO LAB H2 T 1000 - 1050 T 1 107 MacFarlane, Kelly 


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

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. Prerequisite: LATIN 102 (prior to 2005-06), or 104 or consent of Department.

MacFarlane, Kelly

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F17 70670  LEC A1  MWF 1300 - 1350  T B 125 MacFarlane, Kelly
F17 AUTO LAB D1   IND STUDY    

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

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

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W18  90672  LEC B1  MWF  1100 - 1150  T 1 107 Rossiter, Jeremy 


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

A1 Virgil's Aeneid
The Aeneid is the greatest work of the most influential poet in the Latin language, and a foundational text for the whole European poetic tradition from Dante to Eliot to contemporary authors. This 12-book epic on how Trojan refugees became the ancestors of Rome's founders gives us unique insights into how the Romans imagined themselves and their cultural ideals. This Latin reading course will explore in detail Book 6, in which the hero Aeneas descends into the Underworld to meet his dead friends from Troy and his future descendants, the key figures of Roman history. We will be closely reading the original Latin text, concentrating on grammar and syntax as well as the rhetorical and metrical features of the poetry. Due attention will also be paid to the literary and cultural-historical aspects of the poem as a whole. Latin 302 or equivalent proficiency required.

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F17 74183  LEC A1  MWF  1300 - 1350 T 2 39 Kemezis, Adam 


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

B1 Apuleius' Metamorphoses

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W18 92910  LEC B1  MWF  1200 - 1250 T 2 32 MacFarlane, Kally