Classics Courses – Spring 2018

For the most up-to-date information, please go to the online schedule of classes: http://www.acs.rutgers.edu/soc 

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COURSE NAME

COURSE #

INSTRUCTOR

DAY/TIME

LOCATION

Elementary Greek II

490:102:01

Fisher

MTh3, W3

AB 2200, CAC

Intermediate Greek Poetry

490:209:01

McGlew

TTh6

AB 5140, CAC

Greek Historical Writings 

490:308:01

Figueira

MW5

AB 6190, CAC

Elementary Latin I

580:101:90

Wallace

B/A

Online

Elementary Latin II

580:102:02

Ross

MW4, Th4

AB 2250 (MW)

AB 3200 (Th), CAC

Intermediate Latin Poetry

580:204:01

Nowbahar

TTh5

AB 6190, CAC

Seminar in Latin: Alexandrianism in Rome (meets with 190:520)

580:370:01*

Fisher

MW6

AB 6190, CAC

Medical Terminology

190:102:90

Chew

B/A

Online

Greek Civilization – CORE HST, AHo or AHp

190:205:01

Brandwood

MTh2

AB 2225, CAC

Science and Technology in Ancient Greek and Rome – CORE- HST

190:213:01

Connolly

B/A

Online

Hellenistic World

190:303:01

Al Kuntar

TTh5

MU 211

Greek & Roman Athletics  - CORE - HST

Immersive Synchronous Lecture; see DCS.RUTGERS.EDU/TELEPRESENCE

190:309:T1

Brennan

TTh 6:10-7:30

WL-AUD, BC

Greek & Roman Athletics - CORE - HST

Immersive Synchronous Lecture; see DCS.RUTGERS.EDU/TELEPRESENCE

190:309:T2

Brennan

TTh 6:10-7:30

LOR-024 DC

Race and Ethnicity  - CORE WRITING COURSE

190:324:90

Chew

B/A

Online

Augustan Rome

190:310:01

Peruzzi

MW4

FH-B2, CAC

Intro to Greek and Roman Archaeology (xlisted 070:292:02)

190:493:01

Peruzzi

MW5

AB 2160, CAC

GRADUATE COURSES

       

Latin Poetry Seminar: Alexandrianism in Rome 

(meets with 580:370)

190:520:01

Fisher

MW6

AB 6190, CAC

Hist Lat Lit I

190:680:01

Connolly

T 10-12:40 pm

AB 6190, CAC

 

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