College of Arts and Sciences

Ancient Studies

Courses

The list below is meant to serve as a quick reference for available courses that count toward the PhD minor in Ancient Studies. For times, location, and faculty please see the Office of the Registrar Schedule of Classes.

Spring 2016

Central Eurasian Studies

CEUS-R 329/529: Buddhism in Central Asia (Beckwith)

CEUS-T 399/599 Tocharian (Beckwith)

CEUS-T 658 Old Iranian Languages: Avestan (Chosky)

Classical Studies

CLAS-C 395/503 The Legacy of Alexander the Great (Kaye)

CLAS-G 406 Homer (Ready)

CLAS-L 410 Advanced Latin Prose Composition (Bannon)

CLAS-L 537 Survey of Latin Literature II (Leach)

Folklore

FOLK-F 517 History of Folklore (Schrempp)

History

HIST-H 605/705 Sparta (Robinson)

History of Art

FINA-A 616 Problems in Roman Art (Van Voorhis)

Near Eastern Languages and Cultures

NELC-E 510 Religions of Ancient Egypt (Vinson)

Philosophy

PHIL-P 470 Plato’s Republic (Hasper)

Religious Studies

REL-R 511 Jews, Christians, and Others in Late Antiquity (Mokhtarian)

REL-R 535 The Age of Constantine (Schott)