Greek (GREEK)

GREEK 1100: Elementary Ancient Greek I

Study of forms, grammar, syntax. Early attention to reading in simple Attic prose.

Credit Hours: 5


GREEK 1100H: Elementary Ancient Greek I - Honors

Study of forms, grammar, syntax. Early attention to reading in simple Attic prose.

Credit Hours: 5
Prerequisites: Honors eligibility required


GREEK 1200: Elementary Ancient Greek II

Continuation of GREEK 1100. Readings in Attic prose.

Credit Hours: 5
Prerequisites: GREEK 1100


GREEK 1200H: Elementary Ancient Greek II - Honors

Continuation of GREEK 1100H. Readings in Attic prose.

Credit Hours: 5
Prerequisites: GREEK 1100, Honors eligibility required


GREEK 2000: Greek Reading

Selected works of Greek literature.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: GREEK 1200


GREEK 2000H: Greek Reading - Honors

Selected works of Greek literature.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: GREEK 1200, Honors eligibility required


GREEK 4120H: Intensive Beginning Greek II - Honors

Continuation of GREEK 4110H. Attention to ability to read rapidly and accurately. Course meets five hours weekly for three hours credit.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: graduate standing and Honors eligibility required


GREEK 4300: Intermediate Readings

Selected advanced readings in prose and poetry. Introduction to Homer.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: GREEK 2000


GREEK 4350: The Greek New Testament

(same as REL_ST 4650). Readings in the Greek New Testament and similar literature, e.g., the Septuagint. Graded on A-F basis only.

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: GREEK 4300


GREEK 4400: Homer

Reading, discussion, and literary analysis of Iliad and Odyssey.

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: GREEK 4300


GREEK 4500: Greek Stylistics

Study and practice of Greek prose, with special consideration to basic problems: abstract expression, word order, sentence structure and use of common rhetorical devices.

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: GREEK 4300


GREEK 4505: Topics in Greek

Topics course involving Greek texts. May be repeated for credit.

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: GREEK 4300


GREEK 4510: Greek Tragedy

Selected works of Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, with special attention to language, style, ideas, and dramatic techniques.

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: GREEK 4300


GREEK 4520: Greek Comedy

Selected plays of Aristophanes and Menander, with special attention to cultural contexts.

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: GREEK 4300


GREEK 4530: Greek Lyric Poetry

Selected readings from lyric poets, with attention to verse forms, and dialects.

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: GREEK 4300


GREEK 4540: Greek Oratory

Selections from Greek orators, with emphasis on Lysias and Demosthenes.

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: GREEK 4300


GREEK 4550: Greek Philosophers

Emphasis on readings and analysis of selected texts of major Greek philosophers.

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: GREEK 4300


GREEK 4560: Greek Historians

Reading and analysis of selected texts of major Greek historians.

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: GREEK 4300


GREEK 4570: Greek Epigraphy

Introduction to study of Greek inscriptions and their contribution to the understanding of other aspects of ancient culture.

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: GREEK 4300


GREEK 4700: Survey of Greek Literature

Greek literature from origins to end of Roman period; emphasis on authors not covered in other courses, to provide general view of styles and genres.

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: GREEK 4300


GREEK 4960: Special Readings in Greek

Readings in authors and texts not covered in other courses.

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: GREEK 4300


GREEK 7300: Intermediate Readings in Greek

Selected advanced readings in prose and poetry. Introduction to Homer.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: GREEK 2000 or equivalent. Available to students for graduate credit in departments other than Classical Studies


GREEK 7350: The Greek New Testament

(same as REL_ST 7650). Readings in the Greek New Testament and similar literature, e.g., the Septuagint. Graduate students read significantly more Greek than do undergraduates and testing is accordingly more rigorous. Graded on A-F basis only.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: GREEK 4300 or instructor's consent


GREEK 7400: Homer

Reading, discussion, and literary analysis of Iliad and Odyssey.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: two years Classical Greek or equivalent


GREEK 7500: Greek Stylistics

Study and practice of general Greek prose tendencies, with special consideration to basic problems: abstract expression, word order, sentence structure and use of common rhetorical devices.

Credit Hours: 3


GREEK 7505: Topics in Greek

Organized study of selected authors or eras. Subject and earnable credit vary from semester to semester.

Credit Hour: 1-99
Prerequisites: two years of Classical Greek or equivalent


GREEK 7510: Greek Tragedy

Selected works of Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides, with special attention to language, style, ideas, and dramatic techniques.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: wo years Classical Greek or equivalent


GREEK 7520: Greek Comedy

Selected plays of Aristophanes and Menander, with special attention to cultural contexts.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: two years Classical Greek or equivalent


GREEK 7530: Greek Lyric Poetry

Selected readings from lyric poets, with attention to verse forms, and dialects.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: two years Classical Greek or equivalent


GREEK 7540: Greek Oratory

Selections from Greek orators, with emphasis on Lysias and Demosthenes.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: two years Classical Greek or equivalent


GREEK 7550: Greek Philosophers

Emphasis on readings and analysis of selected texts of major Greek philosophers.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: two years Classical Greek or equivalent


GREEK 7560: Greek Historians

Reading and analysis of selected texts of major Greek historians.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: two years Classical Greek or equivalent


GREEK 7570: Greek Epigraphy

Introduction to study of Greek inscriptions and their contribution to the understanding of other aspects of ancient culture.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: GREEK 2000


GREEK 7700: Survey of Greek Literature

Greek literature from origins to end of Roman period; emphasis on authors not covered in other courses, to provide general view of styles and genres.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: two years Classical Greek or equivalent


GREEK 7960: Special Readings in Greek

Readings in authors and texts not covered in other courses.

Credit Hour: 1-3
Prerequisites: departmental consent and two years Classical Greek or equivalent


GREEK 8000: Proseminar in Greek Texts

This is a seminar-level introduction to Greek literary and historical texts. The emphasis in this course will be on wide and intensive reading, with the objective of helping the new graduate student quickly develop a sound literary and linguistic competence.

Credit Hours: 3


GREEK 8010: Greek Rough Guide

Intensive exploration of Greek Literature from its earliest appearance through the Roman period. Emphasis upon texts as both literary and cultural artifacts whose interpretation requires familiarity with the historical and archaeological legacy of antiquity as well as modern exegetical strategies. Graded on A-F basis only.

Credit Hours: 3


GREEK 8100: Greek Historiography

(same as HIST 8500). Study of the major contemporary historians of Classical Greece and their methodology. Differential readings available to both students with a reading knowledge of Greek and also those without Greek.

Credit Hours: 3


GREEK 9287: Seminar in Greek Drama

May be repeated to a maximum of 6 hours.

Credit Hours: 3


GREEK 9387: Seminar in Greek Lyric Poetry

Seminar in Greek Lyric Poetry.

Credit Hour: 1-99


GREEK 9487: Seminar in the Greek Philosophers

Seminar in the Greek Philosophers.

Credit Hours: 3


GREEK 9587: Seminar in the Greek Historians

Seminar in the Greek Historians.

Credit Hours: 3


GREEK 9687: Seminar in Greek Epic Poetry

Seminar in Greek Epic Poetry.

Credit Hours: 3


GREEK 9787: Seminar on the Age of Pericles

Study of Greek culture of mid-fifth century B.C., including law, religion, art, philosophy, science, and other aspects of the culture, to give students an integrated view of life of the period.

Credit Hours: 3


GREEK 9887: Seminar in Special Fields

Seminar in Special Fields.

Credit Hours: 3