Ancient and Medieval Studies Courses, 2019-2020

SEMESTER I, 2019
Ancient Studies Courses
Classics 241– Greek and Roman Myth (Helms)
Great Conversation 113 – The Greeks and the Hebrews (Veltri, WilsonC, Jothen, Marsalek, Rudd)
Greek 111 – Beginning Greek I (Bouxsein, Helms)
Greek 231 – Intermediate Greek (Steed)
Greek 374 – Greek Drama (Groton)
History 201 – Major Seminar: Ancient: Alexander and Kleopatra (Howe)
History 203 – Ancient: Greece (Howe)
History 302 – Seminar: Macedon Before Alexander (Howe)
Latin 111 – Beginning Latin I (Groton, Steed)
Latin 231 – Intermediate Latin (Helms, Groton)
Latin 372 – Latin Historians (Bouxsein)
Philosophy 235 – Ancient Greek Philosophy (Muñoz-Hutchinson)
Religion 221 – Jesus in Scripture and Tradition (Ripley) + Greek FLAC
Religion 273 – Hebrew Prophets in History and Christian Tradition (Odell)
Theater 270 – History of Theater up to 1700 (Schmidt)

Medieval Studies Courses
Art 278 – Topics: Art, Identity, and Experience in the Early Medieval World (Thompson)
English 223 – Old and Middle English Literature (Cherewatuk)
History 189 – Holy War in Pre-Modern World (Tuley)
History 211 – Viking and Medieval Scandinavia (Jessup)
Norwegian 240 – Vikings Past and Present (Nördfjörd)
Religion 303 – History of Christian Thought II (Walter)
Theater 270 – History of Theater up to 1700 (Schmidt)

INTERIM, 2020
Ancient Studies Courses
Classics 126 – Ancient Comedy: A Funny Thing Happened (Groton)
Classics 253 – Classical Studies in Italy (Helms) – abroad
Great Conversation 115 – The Romans and the Christians (Veltri, WilsonC, Jothen, Marsalek, Rudd)
Religion 222 – The Biblical God (Odell)
Religion 275 – Religion and Empire in Greece (Ripley) – abroad

Medieval Studies Courses
None

SEMESTER II, 2020
Ancient Studies Courses
Classics 243 – The Golden Age of Greece (Bouxsein)
Classics 396 – Directed Undergraduate Research (Reece)
Greek 112 – Beginning Greek II (Bouxsein)
Greek 253 – New Testament Greek (Reece)
History 101– Ancient Warfare (Howe)
History 204 – Ancient: Rome (Howe)
Latin 112 – Beginning Latin II (Helms, Reece)
Latin 235 – Medieval Latin (Helms)
Religion 227 – Moses and Jesus (Hanson, J.)
Religion 320 – Topics: Interpreting Sacred Texts (Ripley)

Medieval Studies Courses
English 220 – Topics: Arthurian Literature (Cherewatuk)
English 395 – Chaucer and Ethics (Cherewatuk)
Great Conversation 116 – The Medieval Synthesis (Veltri, WilsonC, Jothen, Marsalek, Rudd)
History 289 – Topics: The Medieval Islamic World (Tuley)
Latin 235 – Medieval Latin (Helms)
Religion 246 – Islam – Religion and Community (Schillinger)

Courses that may be approved as electives if the student’s work in the course focuses on Ancient Studies or Medieval Studies:

Semester I, 2019
Art 153 – Introduction to Art History (Ryan) – Ancient or Medieval
Art 161 – World Architecture (Spiker) – Ancient or Medieval
Asian Studies 333 – What is a Hero? (Wong) – Ancient or Medieval
English 393 – Drama and Moral Choice (Marsalek) – Medieval
Music 241 – History and Literature of Music I – Medieval
Philosophy 118 – Making of the Modern Mind (Muñoz-Hutchinson) – Ancient or Medieval
Political Science 113 – Introduction to Political Theory (AndersonJ) – Ancient or Medieval
Theater 180 – Text and Performance (Schmidt) – Ancient or Medieval

Interim, 2020
Theater 180 – Text and Performance (Gibbs) – Ancient or Medieval

Semester II, 2020
Art 153 – Introduction to Art History (Thompson) – Ancient or Medieval
Art 161 – World Architecture (Spiker) – Ancient or Medieval
Art 350 – Methods of Art History (Ryan) – Ancient or Medieval
History 396 – Archaeological Research (Howe) – Ancient or Medieval
Norwegian 371 – Norwegian Literature (Coughlin) – Medieval
Philosophy 118 – Making of the Modern Mind (Swain) – Ancient or Medieval
Political Science 113 – Introduction to Political Theory (AndersonJ) – Ancient or Medieval
Political Science 384 – Seminar: Studies in Political Thought (AndersonJ) – Ancient or Medieval