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Interim 2014

Classics

GREE 101 R Review Greek. This review is intended for all students who have completed Greek 101 and intend to continue in Greek 102. The course thoroughly reviews the elementary Attic Greek grammar which was presented in 101 and aims to insure that students maintain proficiency until 102 begins, since there is no review in the spring semester. No work outside of class is required in Greek 101-R, though optional exercises are available. Since the course is non-credit, it is typically taken in addition to a regular Interim class. Identical sessions of Greek 101-R are offered each morning and afternoon to avoid any conflict with regular Interim classes.  D. Noe, M. Williams. 11:00 a.m. to noon or 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

LATN 122 Elementary Latin II: Intensive. Successful completion of this course allows the most able students from Latin 101 to advance immediately after the interim into Latin 202, and thus complete the foreign language core requirement via three courses taken in one academic year. The student learning objectives for the course are to master the basic grammatical components of the Latin language; to gain translation skills through both prepared and sight-reading exercises; to improve all aspects of language competency through English-to-Latin composition; to begin to understand some literary and stylistic elements of Roman literature; to grasp the place of the readings in the larger cultural and literary context of ancient Rome; to increase Latin vocabulary through regular memorization and testing; and to develop discernment in articulating a Christian perspective on the impact of Latin and Roman thought on modern culture.  D. Noe.  2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

IDIS W40 Italy: Ancient & Medieval. Course dates: January 8-28. Fee: $4,450. Y.Kim, J. Winkle. Off campus.

IDIS 150 08 DCM: Homer, Augustine & Christianity. U. Dhuga.  2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.