16149

GRE 107

advanced beginning Greek

Carolyn Dewald

M T Th †† 11:50 am-12:50 pm

OLIN 306

FLLC

4 creditsThis is the continuation of Greek 106, Intensive Beginning Greek. Focus will be on consolidating knowledge of forms and syntax, and exposure to a variety of different classical authors.Class size: 15

 

16549

GRE 202

Euripidesí Bacchae

William Mullen

M W ††† 11:50 am-1:10 pm

OLINLC 206

FLLC

Euripidesí last tragedy was also his greatest masterpiece, named after its choruses of women followers of Dionysos, god not only of wine but also of transformation and theater.We will read the entire play, with attention to the meters of the speaking parts and of the choruses, and the interplay between metrical pattern and sense in each line.We will pay attention to the word order peculiar to Greek poetry as opposed to prose, and above all to the difficult and challenging word order of the choral odes.†† Class size: 15

 

16543

GRE 403

Homer

William Mullen

TBD

TBD

FLLC

See Prof. Mullen.