1 edition of Yale classical studies. found in the catalog.
Yale classical studies.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited for the Department of Classics by Austin M. Harmon.|
|Series||Yale classical studies -- v. 1|
|Contributions||Harmon, A. M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||252 p. :|
|Number of Pages||252|
A minimum of fourteen term courses: i at least seven in Classics, which includes two yearlong surveys four courses Yale classical studies. book the history of Greek and Latin Yale classical studies. book, two level seminars, and the proseminar in Classics; ii at least six courses in Comparative Literature; of these at least four courses should be on postclassical European literature; iii of these fourteen courses, twelve must be taken in the first two years of study; the last two, which must be Classics level seminars, are to be taken in the third year, normally one in each term; iv the course work across the two programs should include at least two courses on literary theory or methodology, and at least one course each in poetry, narrative fiction, and drama. Or follow your own path through the broad range of entries on politics, manufacturing and commerce, the arts, philosophy, religion, geography, ethnicity, and domestic life. The concept of empire and imperial identity, politics and portraiture, the making and unmaking of history through art, and the art of women, children, freedmen, and slaves. A written statement of purpose must be submitted to the director of undergraduate studies. Prepares for the comprehensive examinations in Classics for those majoring in both literatures or concentrating on Latin.
Prerequisite: this graduate seminar reads Greek texts poetry and prose in the original and is open only to Classics graduate students as well as to qualified undergraduates who have access to L5-level Greek language courses. These may include topics Yale classical studies. book from epigraphy epigraphy courses may be used to fulfill the language requirement concurrently ; archaeology; art history; papyrology; numismatics; digital data, GIS, digital humanities, vel sim. A certificate adviser, typically the director of undergraduate studies DUSadvises students on the certification process and certifies to the University Registrar's Office that students have completed the stated requirements before the end of eight terms of study. Research presentations will normally take the form of pre-circulation of a selection of work from the dissertation and a discussion of it with interested faculty, or some other research presentation experience approved by the DGS.
Courses in other literatures, in history, and in philosophy are strongly recommended for students Yale classical studies. book in the Classics major. Credit for course work done elsewhere does not reduce the tuition or residency requirement of the Graduate School. Brad Inwood [F] dgs. A highly readable account of ancient Greece, particularly useful as an introductory or review text for the student or the general reader. Degree in Classical Art and Archaeology The program is designed to give a general knowledge of the development of art and architecture in the classical world from the Bronze Age to Late Antiquity, combined with a detailed study of one particular period and area; and an acquaintance with the contribution made by field archaeology. Admission Requirements A minimum of three years four preferred of college training in one of the classical languages and two years three preferred in the other.
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By the end of their ninth term, students are required to submit a chapter of their dissertation, which will be discussed Yale classical studies. book the student by the committee in a chapter conference. A highly readable account of ancient Greece, particularly useful as an introductory or review text for the student or the general reader.
The combined degree in Classics and History offers students a comprehensive education in the fundamental skills and most current methodologies in the study of the ancient Greek and Roman Mediterranean and its interaction with Eurasian and African cultures and landscapes.
Composition continued to be the dominant classical skill in England until the s, when new areas within the discipline began to increase in popularity.
These will be established and assisted by Yale classical studies. book tests as follows: A. This useful companion to classical history reveals the ancient world - from Scotland to India and from Spain to the Black Sea - through the numerous sites of its history and legends.
In the second term, students select a topic for research from any area of the literature, history, culture, or philosophy of ancient Greece, Rome, or Hellenistic Egypt, or a topic from the classical tradition.
Applicants to the combined program are strongly encouraged to submit a writing sample on a topic in ancient philosophy. Readings from Greek authors supplement intensive instruction in grammar and vocabulary.
Emphasis on consolidating grammar and on readings from Latin authors. Permission is required of the instructor, the director of undergraduate studies, and the director of graduate studies.
Careful reading of both prose and verse by Vergil, Livy, Ovid, and others. Students majoring in Yale classical studies. book develop a Yale classical studies.
book of classical languages and become acquainted with major authors and genres in Greek and Roman literature, as well as Yale classical studies. book appropriate cultural and historical contexts for interpreting this literature.
Faculty address larger questions of method and theory, as well as specialized subdisciplines such as linguistics, papyrology, epigraphy, paleography, and numismatics.
The seminar explores how works of art and architecture shaped ancient practices and theologies. Oral examinations in Greek and Latin literature, based on the syllabus covered by the survey courses, drawn from the Classical Philology Ph.
Courses in other literatures, in history, and in philosophy are strongly recommended for students enrolled in the Classics major. Covers material to be tested on comprehensive examinations for the Ph. Such students should make clear in their applications their current level of language attainment and their plans to meet the minimum language requirement.
All readings are in translation, though a Greek reading group may be added for interested and suitably qualified students. The nature of representation; Augustan elements in Livy's work; themes and plots of Livian history; Livy and other Roman historians; comparison of ancient historiography and contemporary historical writing.
If, however, a student admitted for the Ph. In England, for instance, Oxford and Cambridge universities stopped requiring students to have qualifications in Greek in and in Latin at the end of the s.
Diagnostics in the second language must be taken no later than the third semester. Departmental reading examinations in French or Italian and German. If the adviser approves courses taken outside of Yale for inclusion in the certificate requirements, students must take the necessary steps to ensure those courses appear on their transcript.[Classical Studies].
A lot of 76 issues of Classical Philology: A Journal Deveoted to Research in Classical Antiquity, volume 69 number 1 thru volume81 number 4 and volume 86 number 1 thru volume 93 number 1 (missing volume 88 number 1).
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