Course Descriptions

Courses

Click below to see course offerings for Classics & Archaeology during the 2016-2017 academic year.

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  • FALL 2017: Course Descriptions

    For details on Fall 2017 classics and archaeology courses, consult our course descriptions: ‌Fall 2017 Course Descriptions

  • FALL 2017: Course Schedule

    Course

    Instructor

    Time/Location

    Flags/Core

    CLAR 1115
    Elementary Latin I

    MWF 1130-1230
    WHH 324

    Dillon, M

    FLAG: Oral Skills

    CLAR 2360
    Ancient Near East

    TR 1120-1250
    UNH 3328

    Sauvage, C

    EXP: Hist Analysis & Perspctv and FLAG: Information Literacy

    CLAR 2365
    Intro Near Eastern Literatures

    TR 0940-1110
    UNH 3328

    Fulco, W

    FLAG: Information Literacy

    CLAR 2998
    SS: Foundations of Western Art

    MW 0800-0930
    BUR 211

    FACULTY

    EXP: Hist Analysis & Perspctv and FLAG: Information Literacy

    CLAR 2998
    SS: Ancient Comedy

    MW 1420-1550
    STR 361

    Dillon, M

    EXP: Hist Analysis & Perspctv

    CLAR 3370
    Egyptian Art and Archaeology

    TR 1440-1610
    UNH 3328

    Sauvage, C

    EXP: Hist Analysis & Perspctv and FLAG: Information Literacy

    CLAR 3998
    SS: Jerusalem-Hist Sacred City

    W 1620-1920
    UNH 1226

    Ben-Marzouk, N

    INT: Interdisciplinary Connect

    CLAR 4220
    Clscl Hellenism,Race & Ethncty

    TR 1300-1430
    STR 356

    Zacharia, K

    INT: Interdisciplinary Connect and FLAG: Oral Skills and FLAG: Writing

    CLAR 4250
    Anne Carson:Classic Iconoclast

    T 1620-1910
    UNH 4511

    Zacharia, K

    INT: Interdisciplinary Connect and FLAG: Oral Skills and FLAG: Writing

    CLAR 4350
    Archaeology and the Bible

    TR 1300-1430
    UNH 3328

    Fulco, W

    INT: Faith & Reason and FLAG: Writing

    CLAR 4380
    Archeology Field Experience

    TBA TBA
    TBA

    Fulco, W

    FLAG: Engaged Learning

     

  • SPRING 2017: Course Schedule
    Course Instructor Time/Location Flags/Core

    CLAR 1112
    Greek and Latin for Medicine II

    William Fulco 04:30 pm-07:00 pm
    TBA
     
    CLAR 2210
    Greek Tragedy in Performance
    Katerina Zacharia  TR 01:00 pm-02:30 pm
    STR 354
    EXP: Creative Experience and FLAG: Oral Skills and FLAG: Writing
    CLAR 2230
    Ancient Historians
    Matthew J. Dillon MWF 11:30 am-12:30 pm
    UNH 3320
    EXP: Hist Analysis & Perspctv and FLAG:  Information Literacy
    CLAR 2350
    Hieroglyphics
    Eric Wells  W  7:10 pm-10:10 pm
    TBA
     
    CLAR 2998
    SS: Art of the Western World I
    Amanda Herring MW 08:00 am-09:30 am
    BUR 211
    EXP: Hist Analysis & Perspctv and FLAG: Information Literacy
    CLAR 3220
    Greek and Roman Religions
    Bryan Brinkman

    TR 11:20 am-12:50 pm
    TBA

    EXP: Understanding Human Behv
    CLAR 3230
    Arts of Greece
    Amanda Herring 04:20 pm-07:20 pm
    BUR 211
    EXP: Hist Analysis & Perspctv
    CLAR 3380
    Classical Numismatics
    William Fulco TR 09:40 am-11:10 am
    UNH 3325
    FLAG: Information Literacy
    CLAR 3390
    Archaeology of the Levant
    Nadia Ben-Marzouk TR 02:40 pm-04:10 pm
    UNH 3328
    FLAG: Information Literacy
    CLAR 4270
    Rep of Greece Ancnt & Modern
    Katerina Zacharia  04:30 pm-07:00 pm
    UNH 4511
    INT: Interdisciplinary Connect and FLAG: Engaged Learning and FLAG: Writing
    CLAR 4350
    Archaeology and the Bible
    William Fulco TR 01:00 pm-02:30 pm
    UNH 3328
    INT: Faith & Reason and FLAG: Writing
    CLAR 4380
    Archeology Field Experience
    William Fulco TBA
    TBA
    FLAG: Engaged Learning

     

         
     FFYS 1000
    Ancient Epics
    Matt Dillon  MW 02:30 pm-03:50 pm
    STR 237
     
  • SPRING 2017: Course Descriptions

    For details on Spring 2017 classics and archaeology courses, consult our course descriptions: Spring 2017 Course Descriptions

  • FALL 2016: Course Schedule
    Course Instructor Time/Location Flags/Core
    CLAR 1110
    Elementary Greek I
    TBA TR 01:00 pm-02:30 pm
    UNH 3711
     

    CLAR 1115
    Elementary Latin I

    Matthew J. Dillon MWF 11:30 am-12:30 pm
    UNH 3320
    FLAG: Oral Skills
    CLAR 1130
    Biblical Hebrew
    William Fulco TR 09:40 am-11:10 am
    UNH 3325
     
    CLAR 2240
    Ancient Greece
    Katerina Zacharia  TR 01:00 pm-02:30 pm
    UNH 3304
    INT: Interdisciplinary Connect
    CLAR 2360
    Ancient Near East
    Caroline A. Sauvage  TR 11:20 am-12:50 pm
    UNH 3328
    EXP: Hist Analysis & Perspctv and FLAG: Information Literacy
    CLAR 2998
    SS: Foundations of Western Art
    TBA MW 12:40 pm-02:10 pm
    BUR 211
    EXP: Hist Analysis & Perspctv and FLAG: Information Literacy
    CLAR 3360
    Aegean Art and Archaeology
    Caroline A. Sauvage  TR 02:40 pm-04:10 pm
    UNH 3328
    EXP: Hist Analysis & Perspctv and FLAG: Information Literacy
    CLAR 3998
    SS: Classical Hebrew
    William Fulco TR 09:40 am-11:10 am
    UNH 3325
     
    CLAR 3998
    SS: Arts of Ancient Egypt
    TBA MW 02:20 pm-03:50 pm
    BUR 211
     
    CLAR 3998
    SS:Greek & Latin for Med 1
    William Fulco 04:30 pm-05:30 pm
    UNH 3325
     
    CLAR 4210
    Axial Age
    Matthew J. Dillon MW 02:20 pm-03:50 pm
    STR 237
    INT: Interdisciplinary Connect
    CLAR 4230
    Ancient World on Film
    Katerina Zacharia  04:20 pm-07:20 pm
    UNH 4802
    INT: Interdisciplinary Connect and FLAG: Writing
    CLAR 4350
    Archaeology and the Bible
    William Fulco TR 01:00 pm-02:30 pm
    UNH 3328
    INT: Faith & Reason and FLAG: Writing
    CLAR 4380
    Archeology Field Experience
    William Fulco TBA
    TBA
    FLAG: Engaged Learning
  • FALL 2016: Course Descriptions

    For details on Fall 2016 classics and archaeology courses, consult our course descriptions: Fall 2016 Course Descriptions

  • SPRING 2018: Course Descriptions

    For details on Spring 2018 classics and archaeology courses, consult our course descriptions: ‌Spring 2018 Course Descriptions