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  • Latin — Courses — Classics — Carthage College
    DeSmidt Joseph McAlhany Christine Renaud A Continuation of LTN 1010 with continued emphasis on the development of reading skills In addition to more vocabulary and grammar the course will include short readings Prerequisite LTN 1010 or consent of the instructor Spring 2010 Intermediate Latin I 4 credits 4 credits Instructor D Ben DeSmidt Joseph McAlhany Christine Renaud An introduction to the reading of continuous ancient Latin poetry and or prose as well as a review of grammar and syntax Examples of recent readings Book 2 of Virgil s Aeneid and selections from Catullus Book 21 of Livy s Ab Urbe Condita Prerequisite LTN 1020 or consent of the instructor 2020 Intermediate Latin II 4 credits 4 credits Instructor D Ben DeSmidt Joseph McAlhany Christine Renaud A continuation of LTN 2010 with further development of skills necessary to read classical Latin Prerequisite LTN 2010 or consent of the instructor 3010 Advanced Latin I 4 credits 4 credits Instructor D Ben DeSmidt Joseph McAlhany Christine Renaud Sustained reading of a single author or text with attention to more advanced syntax as well as style dialect and poetic meter Prerequisite LTN 2020 or consent of the instructor 3020 Advanced Latin II 4 credits

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  • Requirements — Classics — Carthage College
    take the following Required Two courses 8 credits in either Latin or Ancient Greek At least one course must be 1020 or above CLS 1400 Classical Archaeology 4 credits Choose one CLS 1310 Introduction to Greece and Rome 4 credits CLS 1320 The Ancient Near East 4 credits CLS 1350 Classical Mythology 4 credits CLS 1410 Greek and Roman Art 4 credits CLS 3250 Field Archaeology 4 credits Choose two at least one must be 3000 level or above CLS 2310 The Greeks 4 credits CLS 2350 The Romans 4 credits CLS 2400 The World of Late Antiquity 4 credits CLS 2450 Race Gender and Sex in Greece and Rome 4 credits CLS 200T Topics in Classics 4 credits CLS 3000 The Golden Age of Athens 4 credits CLS 3100 The Age of Augustus 4 credits CLS 3200 Ancient Egypt 4 credits CLS 3210 Seminar in Greek Studies 4 credits CLS 3260 Seminar in Roman Studies 4 credits CLS 3310 Greek Religions 4 credits CLS 3320 Roman Religions 4 credits CLS 3400 Homer s Iliad and Odyssey 4 credits CLS 3420 Socrates Then and Now 4 credits CLS 3440 Herodotus and Thucydides 4 credits CLS 400T Topics in Classics 4 credits Greek GRK 2010 Intermediate Ancient Greek I GRK 2020 Intermediate Ancient Greek II GRK 3010 Advanced Ancient Greek I GRK 3020 Advanced Ancient Greek II Latin LTN 2010 Intermediate Latin I LTN 2020 Intermediate Latin II LTN 3010 Advanced Latin I LTN 3020 Advanced Latin II Choose three Three courses 12 credits must be taken in the Geography and Earth Science Department GEO 1500 Human Geography 4 credits GEO 1700 Physical Geography 4 credits GEO 2100 The Human Landscape 4 credits GEO 2600 Mapping Your World Introduction to GIS 4 credits GEO 2700 Satellite Image and Airphoto Analysis 4 credits GEO 3300 Analytical Techniques in Geography 4 credits GEO 3600 Advanced Geographic Information Science 4 credits To complete the major a student must take and pass the following two courses CLS 2750 Research Methods 4 credits Spring only CLS 4100 Senior Seminar 4 credits Fall only Please note that some of these courses have prerequisites Students in the Classical Archaeology major are strongly encouraged to minor in geography computer science art history or communication with a focus on digital media Self designed majors with an emphasis in the classical languages or in either Ancient Greek or Latin are possible For more information contact the department chair The Classical Foundation Major Forty eight credits constitute the major in Classical Foundations Students must take the following CLS 1350 Classical Mythology 4 credits GFW 2210 Foundations of Western Thought Ancient and Medieval 4 credits GFW 3010 Seminar in Ancient Thought 4 credits GFW 3020 Seminar in Medieval Thought 4 credits CLS 2750 Research Methods 4 credits CLS 4100 Senior Seminar 4 credits Three courses 12 credits in Greek or Latin at least one of which must be 2010 or higher Choose two CLS 200T Introduction to the Medieval World 4 credits CLS

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  • Opportunities — Classics — Carthage College
    Hannah Olken 11 took two trips to Israel with the Carthage College Classics and Religion departments Read more Professor Christine Renaud takes students to the Villa delle Vignacce excavations in the Park of the Aqueducts outside of Rome Carthage has been involved in this excavation since 2005 The Villa delle Vignacce is a second century CE Roman luxury villa with an enormous bath complex Study Abroad J Term Students majoring in classical studies at Carthage must spend some time studying abroad in Greece Italy Turkey Israel or some other classical area Students must earn at least four credits during this overseas experience Carthage offers several ways for students to fulfill this requirement Students may participate in a J Term study tour to Greece Italy Turkey or Israel Students may work at an excavation site in some area of the ancient world such as Greece Italy Israel England France or Germany Some classics students choose to study abroad for a full semester or an entire academic year The American Institute of Roman Culture offers semester long programs in classics archaeology architecture and Italian culture in the heart of Rome The program is open to qualified upper division undergraduates College Year in Athens is another study abroad program It focuses on the history and civilization of Greece and the East Mediterranean region Scholarships The Classics department has its own scholarship The Flora Testa Lalli Memorial scholarship awards students a modest stipend to offset the costs of a J Term trip studying overseas or attending field school in Rome or Omrit Associations The Carthage Classics Department is a member of the American Philological Association and the Classical Association of the Middle West and South These memberships allow Carthage students to apply for grants to study overseas as well as other opportunities Academic Resources

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  • News & Events — Classics — Carthage College
    Carthage student Tim Knoepke 14 has been selected for the more Past News In the Community Students staff booth at Milwaukee Archaeology Fair Memory game introduces kids to artifacts found during the annual Carthage excavation at Omrit more Academics New major merges topics from Classics Great Ideas A new area of study allows a strong focus on literature critical to the understanding of Greek Roman and other civilizations more TODAY Humanities Colloquium Prof Julian Hendrix Prof Hendrix will speak on the topic What are the Digital Humanities A Medieval Perspective at 4 15 p m today in Clausen 107 more Jennifer McBride presents Aflame with Enthusiasm Nov 7 Classical Studies adjunct professor to speak about the passion for and preservation of books learning and libraries in the modern world more Undergraduate Research After Omrit two dig deeper into history Two members of the Carthage contingent at Omrit stayed behind to add to their memorable journeys more Carthage holds Celebration of Scholars April 29 Students and faculty will display and discuss their research and significant creative works On Tuesday April 19 the Humanities Division held its own poster session as a prelude to the event showcasing the work of nine Carthage students for the Division s Advisory Committee more Study Tour to Eastern Turkey Carthage alumni and friends are invited on a study tour of Eastern Turkey Aug 4 17 2011 led by Prof Daniel Schowalter Deposit due April 10 more Carthage welcomes Jodi Magness March 7 North Carolina professor has been an active participant in the debate over an ossuary from first century Jerusalem She will speak on the Ossuaries and the Burials of Jesus and James at 7 p m more J Term 2011 Divine Design A group of Carthage students is spending J Term in southern Greece to

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  • Student Voices — Classics — Carthage College
    travel found at Carthage and hopes to participate in an Oxford study abroad and the Omrit J Term dig in Israel Read more Anna Treudt 13 Both in German and archaeology the willingness to learn is what separates you from the others That might sound uninteresting and a little daunting but when you find something you like you enjoy it Read more Patrick Lambdin 13 If you like being challenged academically try Great Ideas and Classics Together they are a very intensive program that encourages you to know at least three languages before graduation Read more Read student voices featuring graduated students Student Voices Emily Prosch 13 Emily hopes to take full advantage of the possibilities of travel found at Carthage and hopes to participate in an Oxford study abroad and the Omrit J Term dig in Israel Read more Anna Treudt 13 Both in German and archaeology the willingness to learn is what separates you from the others That might sound uninteresting and a little daunting but when you find something you like you enjoy it Read more Patrick Lambdin 13 If you like being challenged academically try Great Ideas and Classics Together they are a very intensive program

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  • Student Organizations — Classics — Carthage College
    explore possible careers meet other students work closely with faculty advisors and perform community service See a full list of Carthage student organizations Theta Omicron The Carthage Classics Department belongs to the Theta Omicron chapter of Eta Sigma Phi a national honorary collegiate society for students of Latin and or Greek As members students can attend national conferences and are eligible for scholarships to study overseas Academic Resources Areas of

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  • Careers — Classics — Carthage College
    disparate ideas A degree in Classics provides many career opportunities Students who have studied Classics have made careers in the following fields Advertising Archaeology Archives Arts commentary College university presidency Computer programming Film consulting Financial consulting Foreign service Government Historical societies Journalism Judiciary Law Library science Medicine Ministry Museum studies Public relations Publishing Research Speechwriting Teaching Theatre Tourism Translating Studies show that students who have majored in Classics are likely

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  • Resources — Classics — Carthage College
    Lake Antiquity Christian Origins Byzantium Studies Jewish History Islamic History Medieval Sourcebook History of Science Sourcebook More Resources Into Archaeology This site offers resources including news articles and periodicals software fonts equipment and employment information About com Ancient Classical History Resources include ancient maps Latin translation articles about myths wars gods and goddesses and more Today s Weather in Latin The forecast by Weather Underground in Latin Perseus Digital Library Looking for an ancient text or ancient Greek art Seeking information on an ancient site The Perseus Digital Library Project showcases collections that cover the history literature and culture of the Greco Roman world and more Diotima Women Gender in the Ancient World This interdisciplinary resource focuses on the patterns of gender around the ancient Mediterranean Find instructional materials about women and gender in the ancient world including a bibliography and links to online resources from articles to book reviews to databases Doing Research Research is akin to archaeological excavating You have to dig through a mass of material to find appropriate and germane material for your papers and senior thesis Carthage has a wonderful electronic library It also has a superb interlibrary loan service Use these services Do you

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