Electives

Literature/Genre

  • Lit 204A - Ancient Literature
  • Lit 204 CL - Comparative Literature A: Ancient Poetry
  • Clas 212 - Ancient Egyptian Literature
  • Clas/Lit 215 - Roman Love Poetry
  • Clas 220 - After Troy: Greek Literature of the Post-War World
  • Clas 223 - Comedy and its Problems
  • Clas/Lit 240 - Virgil and Rome
  • Clas 250 - Rhetoric and Public Speaking
  • Clas/Lit - 275 Poetry and Athletics
  • Clas 333 - Ancient Lyric
  • Lit 201/Theology 201 - Working Theologies: Biblical Literatures
  • Rel 326 - The Bible as Literature
  • Lit 2107 - Byzantium

History/Culture

  • Clas/Hist 100 - Ancient History
  • Clas/Hist 101 - Rise and Fall of Athens
  • Clas/Hist102 - Roman Revolution
  • Clas/Hist 103 - Rise and Fall of Ancient Rome
  • Clas/Hist 154 - Greek Civilization
  • Clas/Hist 155 - Roman Civilization
  • Clas/Hist 157 - The Athenian Century
  • Clas/Hist 177 - Early Greek History
  • Clas/Hist 201 - Alexander the Great and the Problem of Empire
  • Clas/Hist 2101 - The Ancient History of Historiography
  • Clas/Hist 2191 - Gender and Sexuality in the Ancient World
  • Clas/Hist 222 - Persian Wars and Ancient Greek Warrior Culture
  • Clas/Hist 300 - Major Conference: Creating History
  • Hist 2110 - Early Middle Ages
  • Rel 221 - History of Early India

Philosophy, Religion, Thought

  • Clas 209 - Early Greek Philosophy
  • Clas 214 - Catastrophe / Apocalypse
  • Clas/Lit 216 – Ancient Law and Human Rights
  • Clas/Hist 2201 - The Intellectual Exchange between the West and the East in Antiquity
  • Clas/Lit 221 - From Babel to Brain: The Origin of Language in Western Thought
  • Clas/Rel 227 - India and Greece
  • Clas 242 - Classical Mythology
  • Clas 260 - Confucius and Socrates
  • Clas 325 - Aristotle and Hsün-Tzu
  • Clas 350 - Cosmology and Ethics in the Axial Age
  • Phil 103 - Introduction to Philosophy
  • Phil 261 - The Philosophy of Plato
  • Phil 352 - Philosophy of Language
  • Rel 103 - Buddhist Thought and Practice
  • Rel 117 - Hindu Religious Traditions
  • Rel 123 - Religious foundations of Western Civilization
  • Rel 140 - Sanskrit
  • Rel 201 - Theology of Judaism
  • Rel 242 - Hinduism in the Epics
  • Rel 259 - Liturgy
  • Rel 267 - Sacred Times: Festivals of Christianity
  • Rel 272 - India and Greece
  • Science, History and Philosophy 222 - Physical Science Before Newton

Art/Architecture

  • Arth 201 - Greek Art and Architecture
  • Arth 213 - The Classical Tradition in Western Architecture
  • Arth 227 - Roman Urbanism from Romulus (753 B.C.E.) to Rutelli (2000 C.E.)
  • Arth 220 - Early Medieval Art and Architecture
  • Arth 232 - Italian Renaissance Architecture
  • Rel 241 - Myth and the Arts of India