LATIN 103 — ELEMENTARY LATIN

4 credits.

Forms and syntax, with simple translation. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 104 — ELEMENTARY LATIN

4 credits.

Translation of easy prose; analysis of English derivatives. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 203 — INTERMEDIATE LATIN

4 credits.

Brief review of Latin grammar and vocabulary. Extensive reading from several authors. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 204 — INTRODUCTION TO LATIN LITERATURE

4 credits.

Close literary analysis of the structure, style, and language of several Roman poets and prose writers. A critical rather than a purely historical approach to these authors. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 301 — LATIN LITERATURE OF THE ROMAN REPUBLIC

3 credits.

Writers of the Republic studied in a historical and cultural context. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 302 — LATIN LITERATURE OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE

3 credits.

Writers of the Augustan period and the Empire studied in a historical and cultural context. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 391 — ELEMENTARY INTENSIVE LATIN

4 credits.

An intensive introduction to the grammar and vocabulary of Classical Latin, the language of ancient Rome. Complete the equivalent of LATIN 103 104 in a single semester. Gain skills in preparation for reading Latin authors in the original. While focus is primarily on written grammar and translation, also touches on aspects of Roman culture, history and literature. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 392 — LATIN FOR GRADUATE READING KNOWLEDGE II

3 credits.

Focus on reading and translation of prominent authors in the original Latin. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 505 — ELEMENTARY PROSE COMPOSITION

3 credits.

Survey of Latin syntax and idioms. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 515 — VERGIL

3 credits.

Through intensive translation and discussion of Vergil's Latin, hone ability to translate, interpret, and discuss Latin poetry. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 519 — LATIN POETRY

3 credits.

Latin poetry of the Republic and/or Empire. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 520 — ROMAN DRAMA

3 credits.

Plautus, Terence, Seneca, fragmentary remains of Republican drama, and classical and post-classical receptions. Includes discussion of genre, performance, and sociohistorical context Enroll Info: None

LATIN 521 — ROMAN ELEGY

3 credits.

One or a combination of: Catullus, Tibullus, Propertius, Ovid, later elegiac poets. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 522 — ROMAN LYRIC POETRY

3 credits.

Roman lyric poetry of one or a combination of the following: Horace, Statius, later lyric poets. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 523 — ROMAN SATIRE

3 credits.

One or a combination of: fragments of Lucillius; Horace; Persius, Juvenal; later satire poets. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 524 — ROMAN NOVEL

3 credits.

One or a combination of : Petronius, Cena Trimalchionis, Satyricon; Apuleius, Cupid and Psyche, Metamorphoses; other Roman novels. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 539 — LATIN HISTORICAL WRITERS

3 credits.

One of the following: (a) Cicero, Epistles, (b) Pliny, Epistles, (c) Caesar, (d) Sallust, (e) Livy, (f) post Augstan historians, (g) historians of the late Empire. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 549 — LATIN PHILOSOPHICAL WRITERS

3 credits.

One of the following: (a) Cicero's philosophical works, (b) Seneca, (c) Latin patristic writers. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 559 — LATIN ORATORY

3 credits.

One of the following: (a) Cicero, Orations, (b) Roman rhetoric. Enroll Info: None

LATIN/​MEDIEVAL  563 — MEDIAEVAL LATIN

3 credits.

Introduction to chronological, geographical, and generic range of post-classical Latin, including not only the "medieval" period but the late antique, Renaissance, and beyond. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 681 — HONORS THESIS

3 credits.

Individual mentored study for students completing theses for Honors in the Major as arranged with a faculty member. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 682 — SENIOR HONORS THESIS

3 credits.

Individual mentored study for seniors completing theses for Honors in the Major as arranged with a faculty member. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 691 — SENIOR THESIS

3 credits.

Individual mentored study for seniors completing theses, as arranged with a faculty member. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 692 — SENIOR THESIS

3 credits.

Individual mentored study for seniors completing theses, as arranged with a faculty member. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 699 — DIRECTED STUDY

1-3 credits.

Advanced directed study projects as arranged with a faculty member. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 890 — INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH THESIS

1-12 credits.

Mentored reading, writing, and research for students with dissertator status. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 910 — SEMINAR-POETRY

3 credits.

Examine topics relevant to the ancient and modern worlds through analysis of Latin poets. Enroll Info: None

LATIN 950 — SEMINAR-ORATORY

3 credits.

Examine topics relevant to the ancient and modern worlds through analysis of Latin texts. Enroll Info: None