Intermediate and Advanced Courses

Courses at the 200-level offer intermediate level study of a specific topic (mostly taught every 2-3 years): 
  • CLST202 Mycenae, Pylos, Troy
  • ANCH/CLST 209 Structures of the Roman Empire
  • ANCH 220 The Near East in Hellenistic and Roman Times
  • CLST 223 Ages of Homer: An Archaeological Introduction to the Greek and Bronze Iron Ages
  • CLST 252 The Archaeology of Private Life
  • CLST 274 Introduction to Roman Archaeology
  • CLST 275 Introduction to Greek Archaeology
  • Intermediate Ancient Greek, Latin, and Modern Greek at the 200-level (See Greek and Latin)
  • Various cross-credited courses (e.g., ARTH 220 Greek Art & Architecture = CLST 220)
 Courses at the 300-level offer advanced level study of a specific topic (taught every 2-3 years): 
  • CLST 302 The Odyssey and its Afterlife
  • CLST 303 Introduction to Museums
  • CLST 307 Visions of Rome in Art, Literature, and Cinema
  • CLST 310 Ancient and Modern Constitution-Making
  • ANCH/CLST 311 Disasters in the Ancient World
  • CLST 312 Writing History in Greece and Rome
  • CLST 318 The Augustan Cultural Revolution
  • CLST 320 Greek and Roman Magic
  • CLST 323 The Greek World after Alexander the Great
  • CLST 324 The Age of Caesar
  • CLST 331 Reading the Iliad in a Time of War
  • ANCH330/CLST332 The Rise and Decline of Macedonia
  • CLST340 Seafaring in the Ancient Greek World
  • CLST 350 The Greek and Roman Universe
  • ANCH/CLST 353 Rhetoric and Community
  • CLST 355 Archaeology of Greek and Roman Religion
  • CLST 357 Religion and the Polis
  • CLST 360 The Epic Tradition
  • CLST 361 Romance in Pagan Antiquity
  • CLST 366 Archaeology and Science
  • CLST 370 Classics and American Government
  • CLST 371 Greek and Roman Medicine
  • CLST 396 History of Literary Criticism
  • Advanced Ancient Greek, Latin, and Modern Greek at the 300-level (See Greek and Latin)
  • Various cross-credited courses (e.g., ENGL 329 Topics in Classicism and Literature = CLST 329)