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Department of Classics

Dartmouth College
6086 Reed Hall Room 201
Hanover, NH 03755

(603) 646-3394

Classics.Department@Dartmouth.edu

 

Department Chair
Professor Roberta Stewart

Roberta.L.Stewart@Dartmouth.edu

 

Administrative Staff

 

Therese Perin-Deville (Administrator)

Therese.Perin-Deville@Dartmouth.edu

 

Leslie Barrow (Administrative Assistant)

Leslie.L.Barrow@Dartmouth.edu

 

Carol Bean-Carmody (Academic Assistant)

Carol.A.Bean-Carmody@Dartmouth.edu

 

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Course Schedule

Please check this site often for updates on course meeting times and course availability.

ALL TERMS (ARRANGE) CLST 85, 87; GRK 85, 87; LAT 85, 87

Summer  2014

  • CLST 4: Classical Mythology (TMV/CI) - Chaudhuri - 12
  • GRK 30: Studies in Greek and Latin Literature (LIT/W) - Chaudhuri- Arr
  • LAT 30: Studies in Greek and Latin Literature (LIT/W) - Chaudhuri - Arr

 Fall 2014

  • CLST 3: Reason and the Good Life: Socrates to Epictetus (TMV/W) - Graver - 11
  • CLST 6: Introduction to Classical Archaeology (INT/ART/W) - Ulrich - 10
  • CLST 11/SOC 49.19: Sport and Democratization (SOC/W/INT) - Christesen - 9
  • CLST 15/HIST 94.4: Alexander the Great & the Macedonian Kings (SOC/INT/W) - Christesen - 11
  • CLST 24: Etruscan and Early Roman Archaeology: The Rise of Rome (SOC/W) - Ulrich - 12
  • GRK 1: Introductory Greek - Hendrickson - 9
  • GRK 10: Readings in Greek Prose and Poetry (LIT/W) - Whaley - 2
  • GRK 29: New Testament (TMV/W) - Whaley - 2
  • LAT 1.1: Introductory Latin - Hendrickson - 2
  • LAT 1.2: Introductory Latin - Staff - 2
  • LAT 1.3: Introductory Latin - Bradley - 9
  • LAT 15: Literature and the Romans (LIT/W) - Graver - 9
  • LAT 22: Literature of the Republic - Cicero & His Slave (LIT/W) - Stewart - 2A

 Winter 2015

  • CLST 1: Antiquity Today: An Introduction to Classical Studies (INT/LIT/CI) - Christesen - 10
  • CLST 17/HIST 94.5: Roman History: The Republic (SOC/W) - Stewart - 12
  • CLST 22: Greek Classical Archaeology: City-States and Panhellenic Sanctuaries (ART/W) - Hruby - 11
  • CLST 40/COLT 19.01: Translation: Theory and Practice (INT/LIT/W) - Otter - 11
  • GRK 1-3: Intensive Greek - Tell - 9, 2
  • GRK 3: Intermediate Greek - Hendrickson - 9
  • GRK 11: Modern Greek - Kacandes - Arr
  • GRK 24: Theater (LIT/W) - Lurie - 2

Spring 2015

  • CLST 2/THEA 10: The Tragedy & Comedy of  Greece and Rome (ART/W) - Lurie - 12
  • CLST 7: FYS - Lurie - 2A
  • CLST 10.3: Greek & Latin Literature: Ancient Texts on Mind and Emotion (TMV/W) - Graver - 2A
  • CLST 19/HIST 94.7: Methods & Theory in Ancient History (SOC/W) - Stewart - 12
  • CLST 25: Early Roman Imperial Archaeology: The First Emperors (ART/W) - Ulrich - 11
  • CLST 30.1: (FSP Greece) Classical Art & Archaeology (ART/W) - Hruby
  • CLST 30.2: (FSP Greece) Classical Art & Archaeology (ART/W) - Hruby
  • CLST 31: (FSP Greece) Ancient Literature & History (W) - Christesen
  • GRK 10: Readings in Greek Prose and Poetry (LIT/W) - Tell - 2
  • GRK 20: Homer (LIT/W) - Tell - 10
  • LAT 3: Intermediate Latin - Ulrich - 9
  • LAT 10: Readings in Latin Prose and Poetry (LIT/W) - Hendrickson - 9
  • LAT 26: Literature of the Early Empire (LIT/W) - Graver - 10A

Summer 2015

  • CLST 4: Classical Mythology (TMV/CI) - Chaudhuri - 12
  • GRK 30: Studies in Greek Literature (LIT/W) - Chaudhuri - Arr
  • LAT 30: Studies in Latin Literature (LIT/W) - Chaudhuri - Arr

 

Fall 2015

  • CLST 5: The Heroic Vision: Epics of Greece and Rome (LIT/W) - Hendrickson - 2
  • CLST 6: Introduction to Classical Archaeology (INT/ART/W) - Hruby - 10
  • CLST 14/HIST 94.3: Greek History: Archaic & Classical Greece (SOC/W) - Christesen - 11
  • CLST 20: Greek Prehistoric Archaeology: The Emergence of Civilization in the Aegean (SOC/W) - Hruby - 12
  • CLST 29: (FSP) Rome - Stewart
  • CLST 30.2: (FSP) Rome (ART/W) - Ulrich
  • CLST 31: (FSP) Rome (W) -Ulrich/Stewart
  • GRK 1: Introductory Greek - Whaley - 9
  • GRK 28: Philosophy (TMV/W) - Graver - TBD
  • LAT 1.1: Introductory Latin - Christesen - 9
  • LAT 1.2: Introductory Latin - Staff - 2
  • LAT 15: Literature and the Romans (LIT/W) - Hendrickson - 9
  • LAT 22: Literature of the Republic (LIT/W) - Graver - TBD

Winter 2016

  • CLST 1: Antiquity Today: An Introduction to Classical Studies (LIT/INT/CI) - Christesen - 10
  • CLST 11.04/SOC 49.19: A School for Democracy: Sports and Democratization in the Modern and Ancient Worlds (SOC/INT/W) - Christesen - TBD
  • CLST 18/HIST 94.6: History of the Roman Empire: Roman Principate to Christian Empire (INT/SOC/W) - Stewart - 12
  • CLST 21: From Disaster to Triumph: Greek Archaeology from the Destruction of Mycenae to the Persian Wars (SOC/W) - Hruby - 11
  • GRK 1-3: Intensive Greek - Tell - 9, 2
  • GRK 3: Intermediate Greek - Lurie - 9
  • GRK 26: Intellectual Enquiry in Classical Athens (TMV/W) - Lurie - 2
  • LAT 1.1: Introductory Latin - Hendrickson - 9
  • LAT 3.1: Intermediate Latin - Graver - TBD
  • LAT 3.2: Intermediate Latin - Hruby - TBD
  • LAT 24: The Augustan Age (LIT/W) - Graver - TBD

Spring 2016

  • CLST 2/THEA 10: The Tragedy and Comedy of Greece and Rome (ART/W) - Lurie - 12, 2
  • CLST 7: (FYS) - TBD - Chaudhuri - 10
  • CLST 10: TBD - Hendrickson - TBD
  • CLST 11: (Topics) - Ulrich - 10
  • CLS 26: Later Roman Imperial Archaeology: The Golden Age and Beyond (ART/W) - Ulrich - 12
  • GRK 10: Readings in Greek Prose and Poetry (LIT/W) - Tell - 11
  • GRK 20: Homer (LIT/W) - Tell - 2
  • LAT 3: Intermediate Latin - Hendrickson - 9
  • LAT 10: Readings in Prose and Poetry (LIT/W) - Lurie - 10
  • LAT 28: Literature of the Later Empire and the Middle Ages (LIT/W) - Otter - TBD

Course descriptions can be found on the Registrar's site.

 

 

 

Last Updated: 12/2/14