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Requirements: Classical Civilization
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Acquire a thorough grounding in classical antiquity and its reception, through courses that investigate Ancient Greece and Rome, Art History, philosophy and religion, and more.

 

Required course (4 credits)

  • CL/ES 2018 Introduction to Ancient Greece and Rome

 

One course in Art History or European and Mediterranean Cultures (4 credits)

  • Taken from the list below or by approval. Coded either AH or AH/xx or ES or ES/xx.

 

Three courses that are concerned with classical antiquity or its reception (12 credits)

Taken from the following list, which may be supplemented by other offerings whose relevance can be demonstrated (such as topics courses or directed study). The number of Latin and Greek courses at the levels Elementary I, Elementary II and Intermediate I that can be taken to meet this requirement is restricted to a total of two. Students are required to take at least two of the five courses at 200- or 300-level.

  • LT Latin (all levels)
  • GK Greek (all levels)
  • AH 1000 Introduction to Western Art I
  • AH 2011 Ancient Art and Architecture
  • ES 3000 Topics in European and Mediterranean Cultures (if the topic is appropriate)
  • ES/FR 3091 Topics (Sorbonne) (if the topic is appropriate)
  • ES/AH 3007 European Urban Culture: The Glory of Ancient Athens
  • AH 3020–3029 Topics in Ancient Art
  • CL 2019 Socio-Political Space in Classical Antiquity
  • CL 3013 The Beginnings of European Literature: Ancient Greece
  • CL 3015 Forming a Western Cultural Identity: The Literature of Ancient Rome
  • CL/PL 3017 Key Texts of Greek and Roman Antiquity
  • HI 1001 History of Western Civilization up to 1500
  • PL 1100 History of Philosophy I
  • PL/ES 2013 Philosophy and Religion I
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Requirements: Classical Civilization

Acquire a thorough grounding in classical antiquity and its reception, through courses that investigate Ancient Greece and Rome, Art History, philosophy and religion, and more.

 

Required course (4 credits)

  • CL/ES 2018 Introduction to Ancient Greece and Rome

 

One course in Art History or European and Mediterranean Cultures (4 credits)

  • Taken from the list below or by approval. Coded either AH or AH/xx or ES or ES/xx.

 

Three courses that are concerned with classical antiquity or its reception (12 credits)

Taken from the following list, which may be supplemented by other offerings whose relevance can be demonstrated (such as topics courses or directed study). The number of Latin and Greek courses at the levels Elementary I, Elementary II and Intermediate I that can be taken to meet this requirement is restricted to a total of two. Students are required to take at least two of the five courses at 200- or 300-level.

  • LT Latin (all levels)
  • GK Greek (all levels)
  • AH 1000 Introduction to Western Art I
  • AH 2011 Ancient Art and Architecture
  • ES 3000 Topics in European and Mediterranean Cultures (if the topic is appropriate)
  • ES/FR 3091 Topics (Sorbonne) (if the topic is appropriate)
  • ES/AH 3007 European Urban Culture: The Glory of Ancient Athens
  • AH 3020–3029 Topics in Ancient Art
  • CL 2019 Socio-Political Space in Classical Antiquity
  • CL 3013 The Beginnings of European Literature: Ancient Greece
  • CL 3015 Forming a Western Cultural Identity: The Literature of Ancient Rome
  • CL/PL 3017 Key Texts of Greek and Roman Antiquity
  • HI 1001 History of Western Civilization up to 1500
  • PL 1100 History of Philosophy I
  • PL/ES 2013 Philosophy and Religion I