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Mapping Undergraduate Itineraries

Classical Itineraries

In order to develop breadth as well as depth of knowledge, we encourage students to develop a specific expertise within Classics by taking thematically-related courses. The department currently offers six such itineraries:

  1. History, Society and Culture
  2. Material Culture of the Ancient Mediterranean
  3. Theater, Drama and Performance
  4. Ancient Philosophy and Political Thought
  5. Classics after Antiquity
  6. Language and Verbal Arts
Term History, Society and Culture
Fall 2020
  • Classics 260: Classical Mythology (Platte)
  • Classics 320: Sophokles and Athens (Wallace)
  • Latin 310: Women’s Silenced Voices in Latin literature (Tataranni)
Winter 2021
  • Classics 211: From Homer to Alexander the Great (Radding)
  • Classics 310: Constructing Identity in the Ancient Mediterranean (Gunter)
  • Classics 350: Roman Dining (Weintritt)
  • Classics 360: Origins of Greek Democracy (Wallace)
  • Classics 395: Research Seminar - Classics in the Digital Age (Terpstra)
Spring 2021
  • Classics 212: Rome – Culture and Empire Development (Terpstra)
  • Classics 320: The Foundation of Rome through Legends and Objects (Tataranni)
  • Classics 370: Beliefs, Practice, Politics (Weintritt)
Term Material Culture of the Ancient Mediterranean
Fall 2020
  • none this term
Winter 2021
  • Classics 310: Constructing Identity in the Ancient Mediterranean (Gunter)
  • Classics 395: Research Seminar - Classics in the Digital Age (Terpstra)
Spring 2021
  • Classics 320: The Foundation of Rome through Legends and Objects (Tataranni)
Term Theater, Drama and Performance
Fall 2020
  • Classics 320: Sophokles and Athens (Wallace)
  • Classics 340: Greek and Roman Drama (Radding)
Winter 2021
  • Classics 101: Plays of Sophokles (Wallace)
  • Greek 301: Bacchae (Radding)
Spring 2021
  • Classics 250: From Homer to Hiphop (Radding)
  • Classics 350: Comedy and Culture Wars in Antiquity (Radding)
Term Ancient Philosophy and Political Thought
Fall 2020
  • Classics 380: Classical Reception Studies: Political Theory (Monoson)
  • Greek 301: Plato’s Protogoras (Radding)
Winter 2021
  • Classics 360: Origins of Greek Democracy (Wallace)
Spring 2021
  • Classics 350: Shame, Necessity, and Responsibility in Ancient Greek Philosophy and Literature (Marechal)
  • Classics 370: Beliefs, Practice, Politics (Weintritt)
Term Classics after Antiquity
Fall 2020
  • Classics 101: First Year Seminar – Ancient Greece and Rome in Modern Film and Culture (Platte)
  • Classics 260: Classical Mythology (Platte)
Winter 2021
  • Latin 310: The Art of Translation (Weintritt)
Spring 2021
  • Classics 101: What Makes a Classic? (Weintritt)
  • Classics 250:From Homer to Hiphop (Radding)
  • Latin 310: Christian Reinventions of Latin Literature (Kieckhefer)
Term Language and Verbal Arts
Fall 2020
  • Greek 301: Plato’s Protogoras (Wallace)
  • Latin 310:Women’s Silenced Voices in Latin literature (Tataranni)
Winter 2021
  • Greek 301: Bacchae (Radding)
  • Latin 310: The Art of Translation (Weintritt) 
Spring 2021
  •  Classics 250: From Homer to Hiphop (Radding)
  • Latin 310: Christian Reinventions of Latin Literature (Kieckhefer)
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