This is the first version of the 2021-22 General Catalog. The final edition and the historical PDF will be published during the fall semester.

This is a list of all Greek courses. For more information, see Classics.

CLSG:1001 Classical and New Testament Greek I 3,5 s.h.

Introduction to ancient Greek; Greek readings from all periods, from Homer and classical Greek poetry and prose to Christian writings and beyond; focus on classical and New Testament works, Greek culture and thought; comprehension, vocabulary, structure of Greek words and sentences; first of two-semester sequence. GE: World Languages First Level Proficiency.

CLSG:1002 Classical and New Testament Greek II 3,5 s.h.

Continuation of CLSG:1001; focus on classical and New Testament works, Greek culture and thought, comprehension, vocabulary, structure of Greek words and sentences; increased emphasis on original texts. Prerequisites: CLSG:1001. GE: World Languages Second Level Proficiency.

CLSG:2001 Second-Year Greek I 3 s.h.

Focus on reading Greek prose authors, such as Xenophon and Plato. Prerequisites: CLSG:1002. GE: World Languages Second Level Proficiency.

CLSG:2002 Second-Year Greek II 3 s.h.

Continuation of CLSG:2001; focus on reading and interpretation of Greek poetry. Prerequisites: CLSG:2001. GE: World Languages Fourth Level Proficiency.

CLSG:3001 Archaic and Classical Periods I 3 s.h.

Readings in major Greek authors of the Archaic and Classical periods. Prerequisites: CLSG:2002.

CLSG:3002 Archaic and Classical Periods II 3 s.h.

Continuation of CLSG:3001. Prerequisites: CLSG:2002.

CLSG:3003 Classical and Hellenistic Periods I 3 s.h.

Readings in Greek literature of the Classical and Hellenistic periods. Prerequisites: CLSG:2002. Same as RELS:3003.

CLSG:3004 Classical and Hellenistic Periods II 3 s.h.

Continuation of CLSG:3003. Prerequisites: CLSG:2002.

CLSG:3200 Literary Translation Workshop in Ancient Greek and Latin 3 s.h.

Translation from Greek/Latin to English with emphasis on literary translation; issues in theory and practice of translation in the discipline; special features of ancient languages as a source language for translation. Taught in English. Same as CLSL:3200, TRNS:3205.

CLSG:4076 Greek Composition 3 s.h.

Review of Greek morphology, syntax, sentence structure; composition of sentences, short passages in Greek.

CLSG:4090 Private Assignments 1-3 s.h.

Directed reading and study with faculty member.

CLSG:4095 Honors Readings arr.

Discussion, readings, research for a paper on Greek literature, history, or civilization. Requirements: classical languages major.

CLSG:5001 Archaic Greek Literature 3 s.h.

Introductory survey of Greek literature and language from Homer to end of the fifth century.

CLSG:5002 Classical and Hellenistic Literature 3 s.h.

Introductory survey of Greek literature and language in and after the fourth century B.C.E.

CLSG:6011 Archaic Greece arr.

Topics chosen from Homer, Hesiod, Homeric hymns or lyric poetry.

CLSG:6012 Classical Greece arr.

Authors, genres, and topics from the fifth and fourth centuries B.C.E.

CLSG:6013 Hellenistic Greece arr.

Authors, genres, and topics from the death of Alexander to the accession of Augustus.

CLSG:6014 Roman Greece arr.

Greek authors of the Second Sophistic, including Plutarch, Lucian, and Philostratus; seminar.

CLSG:6910 Graduate Pedagogy 1 s.h.

Pedagogical theories on teaching classical languages, practical application of those theories; classroom management, grading, syllabus development; university, college, and department regulations. Requirements: graduate standing, and teaching assistant or instructor in Greek.

CLSG:7080 Greek Thesis arr.

For Ph.D. students writing a dissertation. Requirements: Ph.D. candidacy.

CLSG:7090 Advanced Reading arr.

Requirements: classics graduate standing.