CLS 211: CLASSICAL MYTHOLOGY
This course is a study of the legends of Greece and Rome: what they are, how they have survived, their value to us. The legend of Troy is emphasized. Audiovisual presentations, discussions, and research are expected. All readings are in English.
CLS 212: CLASSICAL DRAMA
This course explores Greek and Roman tragedies and comedies in English translation discussed and interpreted in their historical and social environment and compared to modern and contemporary drama. No previous knowledge of Greek and Latin is required.
CLS 311: GREEK MASTERPIECES IN ENGLISH
This course addresses some significant works in Greek literature read in English translation and interpreted in terms of their original setting. Application made to contemporary problems. No knowledge of Greek required.
CLS 312: LATIN MASTERPIECES IN ENGLISH
This course studies more important works in Latin literature read and discussed in terms of the history of the times. Their influence on later literature is noted. No knowledge of Latin required.