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  • Resources for Mathematics Students — Mathematics at Carthage — Carthage College
    Sciences at Carthage Stay Connected Follow Carthage Mathematics on Facebook Mathematics Resources The Mathematical Association of America News publications professional development competitions The Mathematical Association of America Wisconsin Newsletters math contests Pi Mu Epsilon The national mathematics honor society American Mathematical Society Programs and services that promote mathematical research including prizes and awards and career services Keep Exploring Areas of Study Recognized for Excellence Photo Gallery Meet Our Faculty Academic

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  • Meet Alumni of the Mathematics Department — Mathematics at Carthage — Carthage College
    Class of 2005 John Condon Class of 2012 Justin Cooper Class of 2009 Igor Crk Class of 2003 Brandon Cue Class of 1992 Spencer Curley Class of 2012 Jesse Cyrus Class of 2005 Daria Czlowiek Class of 2012 David Dahl Class of 2009 Christina Dahman Class of 2010 Julie Dalka Class of 2007 Emilie Darling Class of 1998 Jodi Dau Class of 1997 Kim Deaton Class of 2000 Diana DeFranco Class of 1995 Astrid Delaney Class of 2004 Brittany Delaney Class of 2006 Erin Dolan Bosovich Class of 1999 Heather Dray Class of 2009 Chris Duffy Class of 2004 Chris Dunlap Class of 2002 Debra Elkins Class of 1994 Susan Elliott Class of 2001 Jennifer Everson Class of 2002 Ralph Fackler Class of 1971 Matthew Favero Class of 2010 Greg Fears Class of 2000 Kate Fowler Class of 1991 Tom Fox Class of 2010 Justin Frazier Class of 2007 Pat Fullerton Class of 1992 Jameson Gagnepain Class of 2005 Tomislav Galac Class of 1995 Steve Gannaway Class of 1997 Jose Elias Garcia Class of 2007 Anthony Genovese Class of 2006 Chris Geocaris Class of 2000 Dan Gerber Class of 2011 Eric Gerend Class of 1997 Patty Geroulis Kyriazes Class of 1995 Chad Giese Class of 1998 Lindset Gillitzer Class of 2012 Melissa Gorlewski Class of 2010 Jamie Goss Class of 2011 Jennifer Gould Class of 2005 Tiffany Gould Class of 2011 Jennifer Grabowski Class of 2010 Andrew Grafenauer Class of 2005 Bjorn Hall Class of 2011 Michelle Handzel Class of 2004 Ryan Hardt Class of 2004 Jack Hathway Class of 2005 Nathan Hawk Class of 2005 Ellen Heitmann Class of 2010 Anna Lise Henriksson Class of 1998 Erik Herbrectsmeier Class of 2001 Shannon Higgins Class of 2006 Erin Hill Class of 2005 Tommy Huddleston Class of 2006 Jacob Husing Class of 2008 Patty Huth Class of 1996 Andra Ivan Class of 2004 Kasie Jabek Class of 2012 Mark Jackson Class of 2000 Sara Jensen Class of 2008 Brett Johnson Class of 2006 Tammylynne Johnson Jonas Class of 2000 Sarah Jung Class of 2008 Eric Kamprath Class of 1994 Erik Keil Class of 2007 Scott Key Class of 2002 Samson Kiware Class of 2007 Elizabeth Knapp Henry Class of 1995 Dan Kniss Class of 1997 Paul Kolmodin Class of 1999 Kristin Korzenski Class of 2004 Genevieve Kriwulczenko Class of 2003 Kate Kropacek Class of 2004 Mark Kruckberg Class of 1997 Jaynie Kutka Class of 2003 Jenny Lachmann Class of 2006 Anna Lauren Class of 2008 Ben Laya Class of 1994 Jason Leden Class of 1999 Sara Lehrer Class of 2005 Jenny Leight Class of 2004 Paige Leonhard Class of 2000 Jon Leopold Class of 2001 Andrea Leschewski Class of 2011 Jamie Lima Class of 2004 Chris Litvay Class of 2001 John Litvay Class of 2001 Sandy Livingston Class of 2008 Jerry Madden Class of 1999 Kristin Malin Class of 2000 Margaret Manteufel Class of 2005 Elizabeth Martin Class of 2011 Elizabeth Martin Class of 2012 Alex Maslowski Class of 2001 Tim

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  • Courses — Economics at Carthage — Carthage College
    Fall 3200 Money and Banking SOC 4 credits 4 credits Instructors Ron Cronovich Brent McClintock A survey of the financial sector of the economy covering the role and functions of money and other financial instruments commercial banks and financial intermediaries the purposes of central banking and the structure and operations of the Federal Reserve and the relationship between the monetary and credit system and the level of economic activity Prerequisite ECN 1010 or 1030 J Term 3220 Regional and Urban Economics SOC 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Robert Schlack The analysis of sub national or regional and metropolitan economies encompassing their distinctive processes and problems of economic growth employment and income determination and intra urban land use patterns Policies addressing urban problems in the areas of job creation housing public infrastructure education and welfare are included among the topical areas examined Prerequisite ECN 1010 or 1030 3240 Public Sector Economics SOC 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Brent McClintock An analysis of the reallocative and redistributive functions of government federal state and local with emphasis given to examining the efficiency and equity implications of various tax and expenditure programs Attention also is given to the issues of public borrowing debt management public enterprises and the impact of these public sector activities on private capital markets Spring 3250 Economics of Poverty and Income Inequality SOC 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Edward Montanaro The course deals with a variety of economic and social issues of the United States and the world Its scope includes the gender educational and cultural characteristics of poverty and inequality in different countries the ways whereby people obtain income and the factors affecting job turnover and social mobility The course examines the changing economic roles of women and men in the labor market and in the family Various methodological issues in the study of poverty and inequality also are examined as well as the relationship between income distribution and overall macroeconomic performance Fall 3260 Labor Economics SOC 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Yuri Malstev An overview of the institutions and processes affecting the development allocation and utilization of human resources as well as the level and structure of wages and other forms of compensation Topics include the impacts of legislation collective bargaining discrimination and education on labor markets along with the design of public policies to address market imperfections or to provide assistance to those not currently in the workforce Prerequisite ECN 1010 or ECN 1030 3270 International Trade SOC 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Robert Schlack An historical and theoretical analysis of international economic relations in both public and private spheres Using the principles of economic analysis models of international trade and factor prices commercial policy economic integration balance of payments adjustment and foreign exchange markets are set forth and become a basis for examining policy issues Prerequisite ECN 1010 and ECN 1020 or ECN 1030 Fall 3290 International Finance 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Ron Cronovich This course examines the monetary side of international economics and globalization

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  • A Word From the Department — Classics — Carthage College
    and Rome as their ancestors or inspiration in law governance literature art architecture science philosophy and history to name a few As a discipline Classics is interdisciplinary for the well educated person needs to have some command of all these fields What is more to understand the ancient world you need to take an interdisciplinary approach much as you do in life Classics forces you to understand how the ancient approached problems that still vex modern society In studying the classes you begin to understand your own society In classics it is about the journey the journey of discovery not only of the ancients but ourselves It is also very rigorous and as a consequence it shapes your mind to see the world around you in new ways We offer a wide range of courses in the ancient languages of Greek and Latin the histories of Greece Rome Egypt and the Ancient Middle East and archaeology on campus and in the field Omrit and Rome Some members of our department also offer J Term trips to Italy Greece Turkey and soon Libya Make classics your home so we can travel together to a new world that is always fresh and

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  • Faculty — Classics — Carthage College
    Philosophy Lentz Hall 314 carthage edu 262 551 5783 Professor Richard Heitman came to Carthage in 2003 from the University of Chicago where he was an instructor at Graham School of General Studies Prior to that appointment he served Read more Julian Hendrix Assistant Professor of Classics and History Lentz Hall 236 carthage edu 262 551 5716 Professor Julian Hendrix is a historian specializing in early medieval Europe He earned a B A in religion from Reed College an M A in medieval studies from Fordham University an M A Read more Joseph McAlhany Associate Professor of Great Ideas and Classics Lentz Hall 241 carthage edu 262 551 2302 Professor Joseph McAlhany holds a B A in philosophy from Haverford College and a Ph D in Classics from Columbia University His translation Guibert of Nogent Monodies and On the Relics of Read more Jennifer McBride Adjunct Professor of Classical Studies Lentz Hall 232A carthage edu 262 551 6041 Jenny McBride teaches classes on Greco Roman history language and culture and the core texts of the Western tradition She comes to Carthage from San Antonio Tx where she taught at Read more Christine Renaud Chair of the Classics Department Director of the Women s and Gender Studies Program Professor of Classics Religion Women s and Gender Studies Lentz Hall 427 carthage edu 262 551 5739 Professor Chris Renaud has excavated in the ancient agora of Athens the Roman Forum an ancient Greek necropolis outside of Metaponto in southern Italy and the Panhellenic sanctuary of Isthmia Read more Daniel Schowalter Professor of Religion and Classics Lentz Hall 218 carthage edu 262 551 5884 Professor Daniel Schowalter is interested in archaeology and the religions of the ancient Roman world He is co director of the excavation of a three phase Roman Temple at

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  • Course — Classics — Carthage College
    Field Archaeology and more Courses in Ancient Greek At Carthage students majoring in classics must take two terms of Greek or Latin students minoring in classics must complete one term Carthage offers courses that introduce students to classical ancient Greek as well as upper level courses in which students read prose and poetry in ancient Greek Latin Courses At Carthage students majoring in classics must take two terms of Greek

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  • Courses — Classics — Carthage College
    different approaches theoretical to a given topic and to become familiar with the work of representative classicists philosophers theologians historians Offered only in spring term Prerequisite Open to majors only Spring 3000 The Golden Age of Athens HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Christine Renaud An intensive and interdisciplinary approach to one of the most seminal periods in Western history the Age of Pericles Called the Golden Age of Athens this period bequeathed to Western culture ethical philosophy the ideals of democracy the classical style as perfected in the Parthenon and masterpieces of tragedy and history Students will read the literature of the time study Athens monuments and art and come to understand how under the driving force of one person all these disciplines interacted with each other Prerequisite Upper division status or consent of instructor CLS 2310 is highly recommended 3100 The Age of Augustus HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Christine Renaud An intensive and interdisciplinary approach to one of the most important and seminal periods of Western history the age of the emperor Augustus Students study the process of transformation from the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire during the Augustan principate They also encounter the Augustan authors and creators of the Golden Age of Latin literature Virgil Horace Livy etc as well as the major works of art and the imperial monuments of Augustus This course is cross listed in Classics and History Prerequisite Upper division status or consent of instructor 3200 Ancient Egypt HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor Christine Renaud A survey of the history culture politics and religion of Ancient Egypt from pre dynastic times through late antiquity c 3300BCE to 392 CE with particular focus on the period when Egypt was at the height of its power Old Middle and New Kingdoms 3210 Seminar in Greek Studies HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor D Ben DeSmidt Joseph McAlhany Christine Renaud Daniel Schoiwalter An in depth exploration of a particular period of Greek history or culture Possible topics include the Alexander the Great Hellenistic History the Greek Drama Greek Historians Golden Age of Athens and Second Sophistic Movement Course builds on topics covered in a more general way in CLS 2310 3220 Roman Law and Courtroom Practice HUM 4 credits 4 credits Instructor D Ben DeSmidt Roman law is a traditional elective for pre law majors and often required for those seeking a law degree Students will study the origins of Roman law and the development of courtroom practice by reading inscriptional remains courtroom documents and primary accounts of legal thought and legal practice in Rome and also Greece The course will also employ a casebook approach to study the practical applications of Roman law and end with each student presenting a final persuasive speech for oneself and against an opposing classmate in an imagined but authentic Roman context 3250 Field Archaeology 4 credits Instructor Christine Renaud Daniel Schowalter Students gain archaeological experience in the field with an orientation that focuses on the

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  • Greek — Courses — Classics — Carthage College
    Instructor D Ben DeSmidt Joseph McAlhany A continuation of GRK 1010 with continued emphasis on the development of reading skills In addition to more vocabulary and grammar the course will include short readings Prerequisite CLS 1010 GRK 1010 or consent of the instructor Spring 2010 Intermediate Greek I 4 credits Instructor D Ben DeSmidt Joseph McAlhany An introduction to the reading of continuous ancient Greek poetry and or prose as well as a review of grammar and syntax Examples of recent readings Book 1 of Homer s Iliad and Plato s Apology of Socrates Prerequisite GRK 1020 or consent of the instructor Fall 2020 Intermediate Greek II 4 credits Instructor D Ben DeSmidt Joseph McAlhany A continuation of GRK 2010 with further development of skills neccessary to read ancient Greek Prerequisite GRK 2010 or consent of the instructor Spring 3010 Advanced Greek I 4 credits Instructor D Ben DeSmidt Joseph McAlhany Sustained reading of a single author or text with attention to more advanced syntax as well as style dialect and poetic meter Prerequisite GRK 2020 or consent of the instructor 3020 Advanced Greek II 4 credits Instructor D Ben DeSmidt Joseph McAlhany A continuation of GRK 3010 with further

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