UT Classics Department Announces Summer Program
Posted: January 22, 2008
A. UT-Austin’s renowned program in Summer Intensive Greek will be offered again this summer (June 5-August 18). For information on the content of this course, contact Lesley Dean-Jones (email@example.com), or see the detailed pdf.
B. Three-week Summer Advanced Latin: Livy and the Origins of Rome (LAT 365/385; Instructor: Tim Moore)
This course is designed specifically with teachers of Latin in the secondary schools in mind but should be useful for any advanced undergraduates or graduate students. The class will meet for three weeks (June 9-27, 2008) for three hours each day. Prerequisite: 5 semesters of undergraduate Latin or equivalent. For information on the content of this course, contact Tim Moore (firstname.lastname@example.org).
C. First Summer Session additional courses:
LAT 506: Beginning Latin I
LAT 311: Intermediate Latin I
CC 301: Introduction to Ancient Greece
D. Advanced Greek: Lyric Poetry (GK 365/385; Instructor: Andrew Faulkner).
We will offer a course in advanced Greek during the second summer session (July 14-August 18). Students will examine in detail a representative selection of archaic Greek lyric poetry, including works of Sappho, Alcaeus, Archilochus, Pindar, and Bacchylides. Prerequisite: 5 semesters of undergraduate Greek or equivalent. For information on the content of this course, contact Andrew Faulkner (email@example.com).
E. Second Summer Session additional courses:
LAT 507: Beginning Latin II
LAT 312: Intermediate Latin II
CC 306M: Introduction to Medical and Scientific Terminology
F. Long Summer Session additional courses:
CC 302: Introduction to Ancient Rome
CC 303: Introduction to Classical Myth