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New Brunswick/Piscataway Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2007 Programs of Study For Liberal Arts Students Programs, Faculty, and Courses Classics Courses in Latin (580)  

Courses in Latin (580)

01:580:101Elementary Latin I (4) Beginning course in Latin, introducing the Latin language and its grammar and syntax.
01:580:102Elementary Latin II (4) Continued beginning instruction in Latin, introducing Latin language, grammar, and syntax. Prerequisite: 01:580:101 or permission of instructor.
01:580:203Intermediate Latin Prose (3) Selections from prose authors of the late Republican and/or early Empire; e.g., Caesar, Cicero, Livy; development of skill in reading continuous passages of Latin prose. Prerequisite: 01:580:102 or permission of instructor.
01:580:204Intermediate Latin Poetry (3) Representative poems of Catullus, Horace, and Ovid, read and studied with a view to their style, imagery, and topicality. Introduction to Latin metrics. Prerequisite: 01:580:102 or permission of instructor.
01:580:302Medieval Latin (3) Readings in major Latin writings and documents of the Middle Ages. Prerequisite: 01:580:203 or 204 or permission of instructor.
01:580:303Cicero: Philosophical Writings (3) Selected philosophical dialogues and rhetorical treatises of Cicero. Prerequisites: 01:580:203, 204.
01:580:304Cicero: Orations (3) Selected orations of Cicero, with emphasis on the development of Cicero's style and the significance of historical and biographical background. Prerequisites: 01:580:203, 204.
01:580:310Prose and Poetry in the Age of Augustus (3) The cultural renaissance under Augustus (44 B.C.-A.D. 14), with emphasis on the reading, in Latin, of selections from the writings of Virgil, Horace, Livy, Ovid, and the elegiac poets. Prerequisite: 01:580:203 or 204 or permission of instructor. Course meets once each week jointly with students enrolled in 01:190:310 during the lecture period scheduled for that course and once separately. Students may not receive credit for both 01:190:310 and 01:580: 310. Students wishing to earn language credit in Latin should enroll in Latin 01:580:310.
01:580:321Roman Comedy (3) Study of the principal meters, the theater, and the staging of plays through the reading of plays of Plautus and of Terence. Prerequisites: 01:580:203, 204.
01:580:323Lucretius (3) Readings from Lucretius' De Rerum Natura with analysis of its place within the literary and philosophical traditions of Rome and Greece. Prerequisites: 01:580:203, 204.
01:580:324Sallust (3) Readings from Sallust's Jugurthine War, Histories, and Catilinewith a study of selected problems from the historical periods relevant to those works. Prerequisites: 01:580:203, 204.
01:580:325The History of Livy (3) Readings from Livy's Ab Urbe Conditawith a study of selected problems in Roman Republican history. Prerequisites: 01:580:203, 204.
01:580:327Latin Elegy (3) Survey of Latin poetry written in elegiac meter, with selections from Catullus, Tibullus, Sulpicia, Propertius, and/or Ovid. Prerequisites: 01:580:203, 204.
01:580:328Roman Satire (3) Selected poems of Horace, Martial, and Juvenal and a study of their interrelationship. Prerequisites: 01:580:203, 204.
01:580:329Tacitus (3) Reading of a minor work of Tacitus and/or selections from the Annals of Tacitus with an investigation of their value as sources for Imperial history in the first century a.d. Prerequisites: 01:580:203, 204.
01:580:335Latin Prose Composition (3) Review of syntax and prose style; composition in Latin and translation into Latin of continuous passages of prose. Prerequisites: 01:580:203, 204.
01:580:369,370The Seminar in Latin (3,3) Extensive and rapid reading in Latin literature from the early Republic to the Empire. Primarily for juniors and seniors majoring in classical humanities; open to others with permission of instructor.
01:580:401Advanced Study of the Poetry of Ovid (3) Readings and interpretation of selected works of Ovid. A study of the poet's contribution to Roman literature and his importance in the Western literary tradition. Prerequisites: 01:580:203, 204.
01:580:402Advanced Study of Vergil's   Readings of Vergil's Aeneidwith an analysis of selected problems in its interpretation. Prerequisites: 01:580:203, 204.
01:580:403Readings in Latin Literature I: Literature of the Republic (3) Prose and poetry of Rome from its beginnings in the third century b.c. to the end of the Republic in the first century b.c. Extensive selections from epic, drama, lyric, elegy, pastoral, and other poetry and from history, rhetoric, and oratory. Prerequisites: 01:580:203, 204.
01:580:404Readings in Latin Literature II: Literature of the Empire (3) Prose and poetry of imperial Rome. Extensive selections from epic, history, satire, the novel, and other genres, with emphasis on writers of the Augustan and Neronian ages. Prerequisites: 01:580:203, 204.
01:580:407Advanced Study of the Poetry of Horace (3) Intensive reading of Horace's poems with emphasis on the variety of style and content. Prerequisites: 01:580:203, 204.
 
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