CLSC 202 - Classical Mythology (3 hrs) Rachel Sternberg, Time and room, TBA
The myths of Classical Greece and Rome, their interpretation and influence. Lectures and discussion.
CLSC 318 - Landscape Archaeology and Epigraphy (3 hrs) Paul Iversen, six-week summer session (June 14 - July 26, with June 27 - August 1 in the region of Isparta, Turkey), times TBA
(Cross-listed as CLSC 416. Prerequisite: Consent of instructors.)
This course will introduce students to the study of Landscape Archaeology through hands-on fieldwork on an actual archaeological survey called the Isparta Archaeological Survey in the region of Isparta, Turkey..
LATN 370 - Latin Prose Composition (3 hrs) Timothy Wutrich, 6-week summer session (June 14-July 26), MWF 9:00-11:00 AM.
This course is designed to strengthen students' active command of Latin grammar and idiomatic prose style. At a basic level, students are trained to pay attention to details of, and thus to write grammatically correct, Latin prose. Going beyond this, the course teaches Latin idioms. Finally, it aims to develop students' intuitive feeling for the Latin language. The ultimate goal is to write in a Ciceronian prose style. Prereq: LATN 202 or equivalent.