LATN - Latin
LATN403 Roman Satire (3 Credits)
Readings are in Latin.
LATN405 Lucretius (3 Credits)
Readings are in Latin.
LATN410 Latin Historians (3 Credits)
Latin historical writing as a literary genre. Influences, style, and literary techniques. Readings are in Latin.
LATN415 Vergil's Aeneid (3 Credits)
Vergil's Aeneid: readings of selections in Latin and of the entire epic in English translation along with critical essays.
LATN424 Silver Age Latin (3 Credits)
Reading and analysis of selected texts. Emphasis on the role of Nero and Seneca in literary developments. Readings are in Latin.
LATN472 Historical Development of the Latin Language (3 Credits)
An analysis of the development of the Latin language from archaic times to the Middle Ages.
Credit Only Granted for: LATN472 or LING431.
LATN488 Latin Readings (3 Credits)
The reading of one or more selected Latin authors from antiquity through the Renaissance. Reports.
Prerequisite: Permission of ARHU-Classics department.
Repeatable to: 6 credits if content differs.
Additional Information: Readings are in Latin.
LATN499 Independent Study in Latin Language and Literature (1-3 Credits)
LATN604 Cicero (3 Credits)
A study of Cicero's contributions to Roman literature and culture. Readings from the speeches, letters, and/or philosophical and rhetorical works. The development of Cicero's style, his philosophy, and his attitudes toward the changing political scene between 82 and 43 B.C.
LATN605 Vergil (3 Credits)
A study of Vergil's development as a literary artist and Augustan poet through readings in the Eclogues, Georgics, and Aeneid.
LATN623 The Augustan Age (3 Credits)
Analysis of the major literary figures and genres in prose and poetry of the period from 43 BC to AD 14.
LATN624 Silver Age Latin (3 Credits)
An investigation of both the evolving Latin language and the major literary figures and genres in prose and poetry of the period from A.D. 14 through the mid-second century.
LATN630 Latin Literature of the Late Empire (3 Credits)
An examination of Latin literary texts from the third to the fifth centuries A.D., Christian as well as pagan.
LATN631 Medieval Latin (3 Credits)
An examination of literary documentary texts in Latin from the end of the Roman Empire to the Renaissance.
LATN672 Historical Development of the Latin Language (3 Credits)
An analysis of the development of the Latin language from the archaic period to the Middle Ages.
LATN688 Special Topics in Latin Literature (3 Credits)
LATN699 Independent Studies in Latin Literature (1-3 Credits)
LATN799 Master's Thesis Research (1-6 Credits)