GREEK 103 — FIRST SEMESTER GREEK

4 credits.

Open to All Undergrads

GREEK 104 — SECOND SEMESTER GREEK

4 credits.

GREEK 105 — MODERN GREEK-FIRST SEMESTER

1-4 credits.

An introduction to conversational Modern Greek.

GREEK 303 — FIRST SEMESTER GREEK

3-4 credits.

Forms and syntax, reading of easy Greek prose.

GREEK 304 — SECOND SEMESTER GREEK

3-4 credits.

Continuation of 303.

GREEK 305 — INTERMEDIATE GREEK

3 credits.

Selections from Plato's Dialogues, the New Testament, Homer's Iliad, and Herodotus.

GREEK 306 — INTERMEDIATE GREEK

3 credits.

Continuation of 305.

GREEK 401 — GREEK DRAMA

3 credits.

Selected plays of Euripides or Sophocles; selections from the lyric poets.

GREEK 402 — GREEK DRAMA AND LYRIC POETRY

3 credits.

Continuation of 401.

GREEK 505 — ELEMENTARY PROSE COMPOSITION

3 credits.

GREEK 510 — HOMER

3 credits.

Extensive reading in both Iliad and Odyssey.

GREEK 511 — HESIOD

3 credits.

The writings of Hesiod in Greek.

GREEK 512 — GREEK LYRIC POETS

3 credits.

The complete corpus of Alcman, Ibycus, Stesichorus, Sappho, Alcaeus, Corinna, Anacreon, Praxilla, and Simonides. Selections from Bacchylides and Pindar.

GREEK 520 — GREEK COMEDY

3 credits.

Close reading of several plays with attention to Aristophanes' lyric genius and political opinions.

GREEK 521 — GREEK TRAGEDY

3 credits.

Close reading of selected plays of Aeschylus, Sophocles or Euripides.

GREEK 532 — THUCYDIDES

3 credits.

Continuation of 531.

GREEK 541 — PLATO

3 credits.

Exploration in original language of major topics in Platonic philosophy.

GREEK 551 — ATTIC ORATORS

3 credits.

Selected masterpieces from Antiphon to Hypereides, with emphasis upon the contribution of rhetoric to the intellectual life of the fourth century.

GREEK 560 — HELLENISTIC GREEK

3 credits.

A selection of texts, chiefly religious in content, pagan, Jewish, and Christian.

GREEK 564 — PLUTARCH

3 credits.

GREEK 681 — HONORS THESIS

3 credits.

GREEK 682 — SENIOR HONORS THESIS

3 credits.

GREEK 691 — SENIOR THESIS

3 credits.

GREEK 692 — SENIOR THESIS

3 credits.

GREEK 699 — DIRECTED STUDY

1-3 credits.

Graded on lettered basis; requires cons inst

GREEK 801 — SURVEY OF GREEK LITERATURE

3 credits.

Surveys a substantial portion of Ancient Greek Literature, from the Archaic Age through the Roman Imperial Period. Readings in primary sources and secondary literature are selected from the reading lists for Classics in the PhD program in Classical and Ancient Near Eastern Studies.

GREEK 890 — INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH THESIS

1-12 credits.

GREEK 910 — SEMINAR-POETRY

3 credits.

GREEK 920 — SEMINAR-DRAMA

3 credits.

GREEK 930 — SEMINAR-HISTORY

3 credits.

GREEK 970 — SEMINAR-RELATED FIELDS

3 credits.