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GREEK 101 Elementary Greek (5)
An intensive study of grammar, with reading and writing of simple Attic prose. First in a sequence of three. Offered: A.

GREEK 102 Elementary Greek (5)
An intensive study of grammar, with reading and writing of simple Attic prose. Second in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: GREEK 101. Offered: W.

GREEK 103 Elementary Greek (5)
Reading of selections from classical Greek literature. Third in a sequence of three. Prerequisite: GREEK 102. Offered: Sp.

GREEK 300 Greek Language, Accelerated (5)
Intensive introduction to Attic Greek. Not accepted as upper-division credit toward a major in Greek or classics. Does not satisfy foreign language proficiency requirement. Cannot be taken for credit if GREEK 101 already taken. Offered: W.

GREEK 301 Greek Language, Accelerated (5)
Intensive introduction to Attic Greek. Not accepted as upper-division credit toward a major in Greek or classics. Does not satisfy foreign language proficiency requirement. Cannot be taken for credit if GREEK 101 already taken. Prerequisite: GREEK 300. Offered: Sp.

GREEK 305 Attic Prose (5) VLPA
Translation of selections from Attic prose; elementary exercises in Attic prose composition. Recommended: either GREEK 103, GREEK 301, or equivalent.
Instructor Course Description: Ruby Blondell Kathryn R. Topper

GREEK 306 Attic Prose (5) VLPA
Translation of selections from Attic prose; elementary exercises in Attic prose composition. Prerequisite: GREEK 305.

GREEK 307 Homer (5) VLPA
Translation of selections from the Iliad or the Odyssey; Attic prose composition, metrics. Prerequisite: GREEK 306. Offered: Sp.

GREEK 308 Introduction to Koine Greek Texts (3) VLPA Williams
Reading and discussion of selected religious and philosophical texts from Koine Greek.

GREEK 405 Undergraduate Seminar in Classics (5, max. 15)
Seminar on a broadly defined topic in classics. Includes reading in Latin or Greek as appropriate for individual students. Additional readings of works in English translation and works of scholarship chosen to give undergraduate majors familiarity with research methods and perspective on the discipline.

GREEK 413 The Pre-Socratic Philosophers (3) VLPA Blondell
Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

GREEK 414 Plato (3) VLPA Blondell
Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

GREEK 415 Aristotle (3) VLPA Blondell
Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

GREEK 422 Herodotus and the Persian Wars (3) VLPA Hollmann, Kamen, Levaniouk, Topper
Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

GREEK 424 Thucydides and the Peloponnesian War (3) VLPA Gowing, Kamen
Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.
Instructor Course Description: Alain M. Gowing

GREEK 426 Attic Orators (3) VLPA Kamen
Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.
Instructor Course Description: Deborah E. Kamen

GREEK 428 Imperial Greek Literature (3-5, max. 15) VLPA Clauss, Gowing, Hollmann
Readings in imperial Greek prose and poetry from the first century CE onward, including Dio Chrysostom, Appian, Plutarch, Aelius Aristides, Lucian, Athenaeus, and New Testament Koine. Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

GREEK 442 Greek Drama (3) VLPA Blondell, Levaniouk
Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.
Instructor Course Description: Ruby Blondell

GREEK 443 Greek Drama (3) VLPA Blondell, Levaniouk
Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.
Instructor Course Description: Ruby Blondell

GREEK 444 Greek Drama (3) VLPA Blondell, Levaniouk
Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

GREEK 449 Greek Epic (3) VLPA Levaniouk
Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

GREEK 451 Lyric Poetry (3) VLPA Blondell, Levaniouk
Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

GREEK 453 Pindar: The Epinician Odes (3) VLPA Levaniouk
Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

GREEK 461 Early Greek Literature (3-5, max. 15) VLPA
Readings and discussion of selected authors of the early Greek period. Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

GREEK 462 Literature of Classical Athens (3-5, max. 15) VLPA
Readings and discussion of selected authors of classical Athens. Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

GREEK 463 Hellenistic Greek Literature (3-5, max. 15) VLPA Clauss
Readings and discussion of selected authors of the Hellenistic Age. Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

GREEK 490 Supervised Study (*, max. 18)
Special work in literary and philosophical texts for graduates and undergraduates. Recommended: either minimum two years of ancient Greek language study at college level or equivalent.

GREEK 500 Grammar and Composition (5) Hollmann
Translation of passages from English to Greek for the purpose of acquiring advanced knowledge of the grammar and the style of the classical tongue.

GREEK 501 Homer (5) Levaniouk
Readings from the Iliad or the Odyssey.

GREEK 503 Aristophanes (5) Kamen
Select comedies.

GREEK 504 Plato (5) Blondell
The Republic or other dialogues.

GREEK 506 Aristotle (5) Blondell
Politics or Ethics.

GREEK 508 Lysias and Demosthenes (5) Kamen
Select speeches, oratorical theory, historical questions.
Instructor Course Description: Deborah E. Kamen

GREEK 510 Greek Historians (5, max. 10) Hollmann, Kamen
Selections from Herodotus, Thucydides, or Xenophon.

GREEK 512 Greek Tragedy (5, max. 10) Blondell, Levaniouk
Aeschylus, Sophocles, and/or Euripides.

GREEK 515 Greek Epigraphy (5) Kamen
Selected inscriptions from various Greek states and sanctuaries and evidence they provide for religious and social practices, literature, and political history. Classification and editing of inscriptions, and epigraphical techniques.

GREEK 520 Seminar (5, max. 45)

Instructor Course Description: Deborah E. Kamen

GREEK 540 Topics in Greek Literary History (5, max. 25)
Reading of a range of Greek texts by various authors.

GREEK 590 Supervised Study (*, max. 18)
Prerequisite: permission of Graduate Program Coordinator.

GREEK 600 Independent Study or Research (*-)