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  • GREEK 601  Attic Orators

    Description:
    This course offers intensive study of orators, including Lysias, Antiphon, Andocides and Demosthenses, with attention to rhetorical techniques, historical context and the implications for our understanding of Athenian law and society.   More Info

    Offered in:
    • TBA
  • GREEK 602  Plato

    Description:
    This course offers intensive study of the dialogues of Plato with attention to his confrontation with the sophists, political thought, theories of art, and moral teachings.   More Info

    Offered in:
    • TBA
  • GREEK 603  Aeschylus

    Description:
    This course offers a study of selected tragedies of Aeschylus, with attention to political context, poetic imagery, and dramatic techniques.   More Info

    Offered in:
    • TBA
  • GREEK 606  Aristophanes

    Description:
    This course offers intensive study of the comedies of Aristophanes with careful attention to political context, literary conventions, and his Attic Greek.   More Info

    Offered in:
    • TBA
  • GREEK 607  Herodotus

    Description:
    This course offers intensive study of the Histories of Herodotus, with special attention to the balance he struck between historical accuracy and literary artifice.   More Info

    Offered in:
    • TBA
  • GREEK 610  Epic Poetry

    Description:
    This course offers intensive study of selections of epic poetry; readings could include Homer, Hesiod, Homeric Hymns and later hexameter poetry. Attention will be given to historical context, literary conventions, and manipulation of mythological tradition.   More Info

    Offered in:
    • TBA
  • GREEK 680  Topics in Greek Literature

    Description:
    This course focuses on readings in important authors, genres, or eras of classical Greek literature. Significant attention is paid to historical, cultural and literary contexts, as well as to relevant secondary literature. Topics may vary. Advanced proficiency (300 level of above) in classical Greek required.   More Info

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  • GREEK 695  Independent Study

    Description:
    Directed projects in Greek language and literature.   More Info

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  • GREEK 696  Independent Study

    Description:
    Directed projects in Greek language and literature.   More Info

    Offered in:
    • TBA