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List of schools offering: Classical Civilization

University of Maryland

CLAS170: Classical Mythology
CLAS308p: The Classics in Context
CLAS320: Women in Antiquity

CONTACT INFORMATION

Eric Adler
eadler@umd.edu

Department of Classics
University of Maryland
1210 Marie Mount Hall
College Park, MD 20742

Hunter College

LAT 107, Elementary Latin, Instensive
LAT 320.06 Roman Slavery
LAT 710.07 Roman Slavery

The Classics Program at Hunter College, CUNY, in New York City, offers three options for Latin study in the summer of 2021:


1) An intensive, Elementary Latin course (2 semester of Latin in one term); Professor Aaron Poochigian; 5/27 - 8/16/2021; Online; Asynchronous
2) An upper-level Latin course on Roman slavery at both the undergraduate and the graduate level. The course will consider Roman slavery through a variety of texts and material evidence. This course is a combined upper-level undergraduate course (LAT 320) and a graduate course (LAT 710); For the undergraduate level, intermediate level Latin is a prerequisite. Professor Timothy Hanford; 07/13 - 08/16/2021; MTWTh 6:00PM - 7:53PM.

 

CLA 110 - Greek and Latin Roots of English
CLA 201 - Greek Civilization
CLA 203 - Roman Civilization
CLARC 204 - Introduction to Classical, Near Eastern, and Egyptian Archaeology

The college is offering four options for Classical Studies the summer of 2021:


1) Greek and Latin Roots of English 07/13-08/16/21; Professor John Young; MTWTh 10-11:53AM
2) Greek Civilization 05/27-07/12/21; Professor Noah Davies-Mason; MTWTh 9:50-11:24AM
3) Roman Civilization 07/13-08/16/21; Professor Louise Michaud; MTWTh 12-1:53PM
4) Introduction to Classical, Near Eastern, and Egyptian Archaeology; 05/27-07/21/21; Professor Marina Thomatos; Asynchronous

Courses at Hunter College remain virtual in Summer 2021. This means that students with the appropriate qualifications can attend from anywhere. For non-Hunter students, admission to Hunter as a non-degree student is required. The admission deadline, although set as 4/15, is flexible. Information about admission (a simple process) can be found: http://www.hunter.cuny.edu/admissions/undergraduateadmissions/non-degree.


CONTACT INFORMATION

Lawrence Kowerski
lawrence.kowerski@hunter.cuny.edu

www.hunter.cuny.edu/classics/classics

Classics Program
Hunter College
695 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10065

University College London

Greek for Beginners
Intermediate Greek
Advanced Greek
Homer in Translation
Linear B
Latin Palaeography and Homer
Greek Religion and Homer
Homer in the Middle Ages
Philosophy and Homer
Homeric Meditations and Yoga

Summer School in Homer 2019, UCL
Monday 22nd July to Friday 26th July 2019

The Summer School offers five days of intensive teaching of Homeric language and literature. There will be four language classes each day as well as lectures, between 10.30 and 16.30. The course is not residential.

Teaching will be generally in groups of 15-20 people which, as far as possible, comprise students of roughly the same level of experience (beginners, intermediate or advanced). The style of teaching is friendly, but demanding: a lot of work is expected from students during the School, but they should find the whole experience both stimulating and valuable. Some classes concentrate chiefly on reading texts, while others offer a mixture of grammar and translation practice. Our tutors include some of the most experienced and talented teachers of Classics in the London area and beyond.

CONTACT INFORMATION

University of Pennsylvania

Intensive Elementary Latin (LATN 112) [online]
Intensive Elementary Greek (GREK 112) [on campus]
Intensive Intermediate Latin (LATN 212) [online]
Intensive Intermediate Greek (GREK 212) [online]
Greek and Roman Mythology (CLST 100) [online]
Reading the "Iliad" (CLST 337) [online]
Ancient Greece (ANCH 026) [on campus]
Ancient Rome (ANCh 027) [on campus]

Discover the mystery and languages of the ancient world this summer with Penn’s esteemed Classical Studies program. In just five-and-a-half weeks, you can make much progress in Latin and Greek or fulfill your degree requirements in the humanities. You have access to the Kislak Center for Special Collections, Rare Books and Manuscripts as well as the Penn Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology—bringing your studies to life. Whether you’re a Penn student new to Classics, or a visiting undergraduate eager to study at the nation’s oldest Classical Studies department, we have enthralling courses that fit your needs. 

CONTACT INFORMATION

Prof. James Ker: jker@sas.upenn.edu

http://www.sas.upenn.edu/summer/classics

 

University of Virginia

Intensive Beginning Latin offered in the Summer Language Institute: The program covers the equivalent of four semesters of college-level courses, and is designed either for students with no prior knowledge of Latin or those who wish to gain a more solid grounding in the fundamentals of the language.

Greek Mythology: Introduces major themes of Greek mythological thought; surveys myths about the olympic pantheon and the legends of the heroes. For more details on this class, please visit the department website at http://www.virginia.edu/classics/.

Teaching Latin: Instruction in Latin Pedagogy https://summer.virginia.edu/teaching-latin

CONTACT INFORMATION

Kevin Scahill
ks8ff@virginia.edu
4349243008

Sara Myers
ksm8m@virginia.edu
4349243036

http://sli.virginia.edu

https://summer.virginia.edu/courses/classics