Latin (LATIN)

LATIN 1100: Elementary Latin I

Forms, grammar, syntax.

Credit Hours: 5


LATIN 1100H: Honors Elementary Latin

Beginning Latin for Honors Eligible students.

Credit Hours: 5
Prerequisites: Honors eligibility required


LATIN 1200: Elementary Latin II

Continuation of LATIN 1100.

Credit Hours: 5
Prerequisites: LATIN 1100


LATIN 1200H: Honors Elementary Latin II

Continuation of LATIN 1100H.

Credit Hours: 5
Prerequisites: LATIN 1100. Honors eligibility required


LATIN 2000: Latin Reading

Readings in Latin prose and poetry.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: LATIN 1200


LATIN 2000H: Latin Reading - Honors

Readings in Latin prose and poetry.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: LATIN 1200. Honors eligibility required


LATIN 4300: Latin Poetry

Readings in selections from the Latin poets.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: LATIN 2000


LATIN 4350: Latin Prose

Selections from various Latin prose writers; some composition at instructor's discretion.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: LATIN 2000


LATIN 4500: Latin Stylistics

Study and writing of connected prose compositions.

Credit Hour: 1-3
Recommended: LATIN 4300


LATIN 4505: Topics in Latin

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

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: LATIN 4300


LATIN 4510: Age of the Scipios

Critical readings in and integrated analyses of the culture of the second century B.C.

Credit Hour: 3-6
Recommended: LATIN 4300


LATIN 4520: Age of Cicero

Critical readings in and integrated analyses of the culture of the last decades of the Roman Republic.

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: LATIN 4300


LATIN 4530: Vergil

Readings, discussion, and literary analysis of Vergil Aeneid.

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: LATIN 4300


LATIN 4540: Augustan Literature

Critical readings in and integrated analyses of the culture of Augustan Rome.

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: LATIN 4300


LATIN 4550: Latin Epigraphy

Introduction to the study of Latin inscriptions and their contributions to ancient culture.

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: LATIN 4300


LATIN 4560: Neronian Literature

Critical readings in and integrated analysis of the culture of the age of Nero.

Credit Hour: 3-6
Recommended: LATIN 4300


LATIN 4570: Age of Pliny and Tacitus

Critical readings in and integrated analyses of the ages of Domitian and Trajan.

Credit Hour: 3-6
Recommended: LATIN 4300


LATIN 4580: The Theodosian Age

A survey of major literary works of the late fourth and early fifth centuries. Readings from Augustine, Ambrose, Prudentius, Paulinus of Nola, Ammianus Marcellinus, Claudian.

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: LATIN 4300


LATIN 4590: Medieval Latin

Selected texts of Middle Ages and Renaissance. For students with primary interest in history, literature, philosophy, religion, Romance philology, or the classical tradition, experience with Latin sources in their field.

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: LATIN 4300


LATIN 4600: Survey of Latin Literature

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

Credit Hours: 3
Recommended: LATIN 4300


LATIN 4960: Special Readings in Latin

Readings in authors and texts not covered in other courses.

Credit Hour: 1-3
Recommended: LATIN 4300


LATIN 7300: Latin Poetry

Readings in selections from the Latin poets. Available to students for graduate credit in departments other than Classical Studies.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: LATIN 2000 or equivalent


LATIN 7350: Latin Prose

Selections from various Latin prose writers; some composition at instructor's discretion. Available to students for graduate credit in departments other than Classical Studies.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: LATIN 2000


LATIN 7500: Latin Stylistics

Study and writing of connected prose compositions.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: two years classical Latin or equivalent


LATIN 7505: Topics in Latin

Topics in Latin.

Credit Hours: 3


LATIN 7510: Age of the Scipios

Critical readings in and integrated analyses of the culture of the second century B.C.

Credit Hour: 3-6
Prerequisites: two years Classical Latin or equivalent


LATIN 7520: Age of Cicero

Critical readings in and integrated analyses of the culture of the last decades of the Roman Republic.

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


LATIN 7530: Vergil

Readings, discussion, and literary analysis of Vergil's Aeneid.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: two years of Classical Latin or equivalent


LATIN 7540: Augustan Literature

Critical readings in and integrated analyses of the culture of Augustan Rome.

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


LATIN 7550: Latin Epigraphy

Introduction to the study of Latin inscriptions and their contributions to ancient culture.

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


LATIN 7560: Neronian Literature

Critical readings in and integrated analysis of culture of the age of Nero.

Credit Hour: 3-6
Prerequisites: two years Classical Latin or equivalent


LATIN 7570: Age of Pliny and Tacitus

Critical readings in and integrated analyses of the ages of Domitian and Trajan.

Credit Hour: 3-6
Prerequisites: two years Classical Latin or equivalent


LATIN 7580: The Theodosian Age

A survey of major literary works of the late fourth and early fifth centuries. Readings from Augustine, Ambrose, Prudentius, Paulinus of Nola, Ammianus Marcellinus, Claudian.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: two years of Classical Latin or equivalent


LATIN 7590: Medieval Latin

Selected texts of Middle Ages and Renaissance. For students with primary interest in history, literature, philosophy, religion, Romance philology, or the classical tradition, experience with Latin sources in their field.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


LATIN 7600: Survey of Latin Literature

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

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


LATIN 7960: Special Readings in Latin

Readings in authors and texts not covered in other courses.

Credit Hour: 2-3
Prerequisites: two years Classical Latin or equivalent


LATIN 8000: Proseminar in Latin Texts


Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: instructor's consent


LATIN 8010: Latin Rough Guide

Intensive exploration of Latin literature from the Roman Republic through the Late Empire. 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.

Credit Hours: 3


LATIN 9187: Seminar in Roman Comedy

Seminar in Roman Comedy.

Credit Hours: 3


LATIN 9287: Seminar in Latin Lyric and Elegiac Poetry

Seminar in Latin Lyric and Elegiac Poetry

Credit Hours: 3


LATIN 9387: Seminar in Neronian Literature

Seminar in Neronian Literature

Credit Hours: 3


LATIN 9487: Seminar in Roman Historians

Seminar in Roman Historians.

Credit Hours: 3


LATIN 9587: Seminar in Latin Epic Poetry

Seminar in Latin Epic Poetry.

Credit Hour: 1-99


LATIN 9687: Seminar in the Augustan Age

Integrated studies in the culture of the age of Augustus--its literature, art and architecture, religion, political and social institutions.

Credit Hour: 3-6


LATIN 9787: Seminar in Late Antiquity

Integrated studies in the culture of late antiquity with interdisciplinary focus.

Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: consent required for non graduate students


LATIN 9887: Seminar in Special Fields

Seminar in special fields.

Credit Hours: 3