Rutgers Classics Syllabi Archive

(190) Classics Graduate Courses

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190 502 MATERIALS AND METHODS II
190 503 GRAD LIT STUDY/LATIN
190 504 GRAD LIT STUDY/GREEK
190 504 GRAD LIT STUDY/GREEK (SOLON/ARCHAIC ELEGY)
190 505 STUDIES IN CLASSICS 
190 507 MUSIC IN ANCIENT GREEK LITERATURE AND CULTURE
190 507 OBSCENITY IN GREECE AND ROME
190 509 MATERIALS & METHODS
190 510 HELLENISTIC LIT
190 511 GRK LIT ROMAN PERIOD
190 519 LATIN POETRY SEMINAR
190 519 LATIN PROSE SEMINAR
190 520 CATULLUS LITERARY CULTURE 50BCE
190 521 LATIN POETRY SEMINAR
190 521 LATIN POETRY SEMINAR - HORACE
190 522 LUCRETIUS
190 523 SEM ON ROME/POMPEII
190 525 HISTORIANS REP ROME
190 526 HISTORIANS EMPIRE
190 528 TACITUS
190 530 ARISTOTL CONST ATHEN
190 557 GRAD SEMINAR - HOMER
190 559 PLATO
190 560 PLATO
190 562 ATTIC HISTORIOGRAPHY
190 563 GREEK DRAMA
190 564 GRAD SEMINAR - MIND BODY GREEK TRAGEDY
190 565 HERODOTUS
190 566 ANCIENT NOVELS
190 567 ANCIENT NOVELS
190 569 ADV GREEK PROSE COMP
190 570 ADV LATIN PROSE COMP
190 571 ROMAN DRAMA
190 573 ANCIENT COMEDY
190 575 VERGIL
190 579 PROB IN AUGUSTAN LIT [here, Catullus & his successors]
190 580 TOPICS ANCIENT HIST - CITIZEN IN ATHENS
190 581 TPCS IN ANCIENT HIST
190 582 TPCS IN ANCIENT HIST [here, Roman communications]
190 583 TPCS IN ANCIENT HIST
190 612 GREEK & ROMAN BIOGRAPHY
190 614 CLASSICAL EPIC
190 620 TPC GREEK&ROMAN ARCH
190 621 TPCS GREEK&ROMAN ART
190 622 LATIN EPIGRAPHY
190 623 LATIN PALAEOGRAPHY
190 624 THE BOOK
190 625 AGE OF AUGUSTUS
190 630 CLASSIC GREEK SCULPT
190 631 ROMAN SCULPTURE
190 652 NEW COMEDY&CHARACTER
190 654 GREEK ORATORY
190 655 ARISTOTLE
190 656 ARISTOTLE
190 671 LATIN SATIRE
190 674 HELLEN&ROMAN PHILOS
190 675 CICERO'S WORKS
190 677 HIST LATIN LIT REPUBLIC
190 678 HIST OF LAT LIT I
190 679 HIST LAT LIT II
190 680 HISTORY LATIN LIT II
190 681 HISTORY GREEK LIT I
190 682 HISTORY GREEK LIT I
190 683 HISTORICAL SOCRATES
190 684 HISTORY GREEK LIT II
190 685 COLLQ IN ANCIENT HST
190 690 SEM IN ANCIENT HIST (Athenian empire)
190 690 SEM IN ANCIENT HIST (Spartan society)

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