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Spring 2014 Course Offerings

Classics will offer a new course next semester, "Ancient Greco-Italian Art and Architecture." It is cross-listed with Art History and counts as a Liberal Arts in Practice (LAP-1) course. It will meet MWF 2:45-3:50. The description is as follows:

This course explores the art and architecture of Ancient Greek, Etruscan, and Roman societies. In addition to the study of material remains from the ancient Mediterranean, students will participate in several project-based exercises (including sculpture, bridge-building, and community exploration), all of which will aid in a deeper appreciation of the design and construction of monumental spaces, sculptures, and utilitarian structures. Finally, students will be expected to write a research paper on an object of their choosing - ideally an item from the museum collections at Beloit or the Art Institute of Chicago. Can be taken as LAP-1. (2A, C)

Classics will also be offering the following:

  • Latin 108 (Beginning Elementary Latin II), MWF 8:45-9:50
  • Greek 108 (Beginning Elementary Greek II), MTWF 9-9:50
  • Latin 2xx (Ovid and Catullus), time TBD
  • Greek 2xx (topic TBD), time TBD
  • The Trojan War (in translation, also CPLT)
  • Ancient Warfare (in translation, also HIST)

Summer 2014

  • Rome trip (dates TBD, likely mid- to late-May; will not be offered for course credit; contact Professor Walsh or Professor Taylor if interested in participating)
  • Applications will be approaching fast for Summer Archaeology programs and other Summer study opportunities in the US and overseas; contact Professor Hadavas or Professor Walsh for more information