Representative FLL Graduate Course Descriptions

Classics

CLST 333 Topics in Roman Literature, History, and Culture
Monica CyrinoLorenzo F. Garcia Jr., Osman Umurhan & Luke Gorton

This topics course is offered as a study of individual authors, genres, or periods of Roman literature and culture.

CLST 334 Topics in Greek Literature, History, and Culture
Monica CyrinoLorenzo F. Garcia Jr., Osman Umurhan & Luke Gorton

This topics course is offered as a study of individual authors, genres, or periods of Greek literature and culture.

GREK 301/302 Advanced Greek
Monica CyrinoLorenzo F. Garcia Jr., Osman Umurhan & Luke Gorton

Students in this course read ancient Greek texts organized by author, genre, or topic.

LATN 303/304 Advanced Latin
Monica CyrinoLorenzo F. Garcia Jr., Osman Umurhan & Luke Gorton

Students in this course read ancient Latin texts organized by author, genre, or topic.

CLST 500 Graduate Proseminar in Classical Studies
Monica CyrinoLorenzo F. Garcia Jr., Osman Umurhan & Luke Gorton

This course is designed teach standard research skills, research methods, and tools of the discipline, as well as introduce the various subdisciplines and related fields that constitute the study of the ancient world.

GREK 501 Graduate Seminar in Greek Language & Literature
Monica CyrinoLorenzo F. Garcia Jr., Osman Umurhan & Luke Gorton

Graduate readings in ancient Greek authors.

GREK 511 Graduate Survey of Greek Language & Literature
Monica CyrinoLorenzo F. Garcia Jr., Osman Umurhan & Luke Gorton

This course provides students experience reading a wide range of texts in ancient Greek literature from Homer to the Hellenistic period, across all genres, periods, and styles.

LATN 503 Graduate Seminar in Latin Language & Literature
Monica CyrinoLorenzo F. Garcia Jr., Osman Umurhan & Luke Gorton

Graduate readings in Latin authors.

LATN 513 Graduate Survey of Latin Language & Literature
Monica CyrinoLorenzo F. Garcia Jr., Osman Umurhan & Luke Gorton

This course provides students experience reading a wide range of texts in ancient Latin literature from Ennius to the Late Empire, across all genres, periods, and styles.