2022-23 Classics Courses

The Spring 2022 course schedule is now available to view on WebAdvisor, and registration is now open. Please note that this schedule is subject to change.

We’re thrilled to be back on campus for all of our Spring courses, and to welcome students back to continue their Classics odyssey this year. The Department of Classics strongly recommends that all members of the campus community continue to wear masks and to stay home when sick.

View our Spring 2022 course offerings below.

The full schedule of Fall, Fall/Winter, and Winter courses for 2022-23 will be available on WebAdvisor in summer 2022 and is listed below the Spring 2022 offerings. Full course descriptions can be found in the Academic Calendar.


Promo image for CLAS-1011 in spring 2022; full text on web page

Greek Society

CLAS-1011-001

Spring 2022 - June 16 to July 27 | In person, on campus

Mon/Wed, 1:00-4:00pm

Have you ever wondered what everyday life was like in ancient Greece? Discover how the Greeks worked, played, and worshipped (among many other topics!) as you learn how to interpret ancient evidence.

For more information, please contact Dr. Warren Huard, w.huard@uwinnipeg.ca


Promo image for CLAS-1012, full text on web page

Roman Society

CLAS-1012-001

Spring 2022 - May 2 to June 13 | In person, on campus

Mon/Wed, 1:00-4:00pm

Students are introduced to the fundamental social concepts, cultural characteristics, and political institutions of ancient Roman society. Examples of topics that may be covered are the family, religion, slavery, social relations, cultural ideals as reflected in ancient literature and art, and political organization of the Republic and the Empire. Major sources of information are presented, and the problems involved in the interpretation of ancient evidence are addressed throughout.

For more information, please contact Dr. Victoria Austen at v.austen@uwinnipeg.ca


Promo images for CLAS-2701, full text on web page

Classical Mythology

CLAS-2701-001

Spring 2022 - May 2 to June 13 | In person, on campus

Mon/Wed, 9:00am-12:00pm

This course is designed to acquaint the student with myths found in Greek and Latin literature. Origins, functions, and interpretations of myths are examined. We also study myths as story-plots. Selections in translation from Greek and Roman writers are used to illustrate myths about the origin of the universe; gods and heroes; sagas involving Thebes, Mycenae and Troy; and the national myths of Rome.

For more information, please contact Dr. Natalie Swain, n.swain@uwinnipeg.ca


Promo image for CLAS/KIN-2850, full text on web page

 

Medical Terminology

CLAS/KIN-2850-001

Spring 2022 - June 16 to July 27 | In person, on campus

Mon/Wed, 9:00am-12:00pm

Knowledge of medical terminology equips students for a variety of fields. This course lays out the most important Greek and Latin roots of the vocabulary of contemporary medicine and demonstrates the predictable patterns by which these roots combine, introducing students to the concept of building language using root words, prefixes and suffixes. Students learn to define new compounds and phrases by analysis of their parts.

For more information, please contact Dr. Warren Huard, w.huard@uwinnipeg.ca

 


Fall/Winter 2022-23

CLAS-2100-001: Intermediate Latin Texts
Instructor: M. Racette-Campbell
MW 2:30-3:45pm [6 credits, in person]

CLAS-2200-001: Intermediate Greek Texts
Instructor: M. Funke
TuTh 4:00-5:15pm [6 credits, in person]

Fall 2022

CLAS-1011-001: Greek Society
Instructor: M. Funke
TuTh 2:30-3:45pm [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-1011-002: Greek Society
Instructor: TBA
TuTh 8:30-9:45am [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-1012-001: Roman Society
Instructor: P. Ripat
MWF 11:30am-12:20pm [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-1012-050: Roman Society
Instructor: M. MackKinnon
Tu 6:00-9:00pm [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-1100-001: Intro Latin I
Instructor: M. Racette-Campbell
MWF 10:30-11:20am [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-1100L-070: Lab for Intro Latin I
F 12:30-1:20pm [concurrent with CLAS-1100-001, in person]

CLAS-1200-001: Intro Greek I
Instructor: TBA
MWF 9:30-10:20am [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-1200L-070: Lab for Intro Greek I
M 12:30-1:20pm [concurrent with CLAS-1200-001, in person]

CLAS-2003-001: Roman Art & Architecture
Instructor: TBA
MW 4:00-5:15pm [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-2050-001: Education in the Ancient World
Instructor: TBA
MW 2:30-3:45pm [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-2301/HIST-2080-001: History of Archaic Greece
Instructor: TBA
MW 2:30-3:45pm [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-2701-001: Classical Mythology
Instructor: TBA
MWF 8:30-9:20am [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-2703-001: Magic & Divination
Instructor: P. Ripat
MWF 9:30-10:20am [3 credits, in person]

CLAS/ENGL-2750-001: Intro to Classical Literature I
Instructor: TBA
TuTh 1:00-2:15pm [3 credits, in person]

CLAS/KIN-2850-001: Medical Terminology
Instructor: TBA
TuTh 4:00-5:15pm [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-2910-001: Intro Classical Archaeology
Instructor: M. MacKinnon
TuTh 2:30-3:45pm [3 credits, in person]

CLAS/HIST-2951-001: Ancient Greek Warfare
Instructor: C. Whately
TuTh 10:00-11:15am [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-3101/4101-001: Drama of the Republic
Instructor: P. Ripat
MWF 8:30-9:20am [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-3231/4231-001: Ancient Greek History
Instructor: C. Whately
TuTh 2:30-3:45pm [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-3830/4830/HIST-3011-001: Kingdoms & City-States: Alexandria
Instructor: TBA
MWF 1:30-2:20pm [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-3850/4850/HIST-3009-001: Eras: The Five "Good" Emperors
Instructor: TBA
TuTh 11:30am-12:45pm [3 credits, in person]

Winter 2023

CLAS-1011-003: Greek Society
Instructor: TBA
MWF 8:30-9:20am [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-1011-004: Greek Society
Instructor: TBA
MW 2:30-3:45pm [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-1012-002: Roman Society
Instructor: TBA
TuTh 8:30-9:45am [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-1012-003: Roman Society
Instructor: C. Whately
TuTh 11:30am-12:45pm [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-1101-001: Intro Latin II
Instructor: M. Racette-Campbell
MWF 10:30-11:20am [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-1101L-070: Lab for Intro Latin II
F 12:30-1:20pm [concurrent with CLAS-1101-001, in person]

CLAS-1201-001: Intro Greek II
Instructor: TBA
MWF 9:30-10:20am [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-1201L-070: Lab for Intro Greek II
M 12:30-1:20pm [concurrent with CLAS-1201-001, in person]

CLAS/KIN-2061-001: Sport in the Ancient Greek World
Instructor: TBA
TuTh 10:00-11:15am [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-2071-001: Women & the Family in Greece and Rome
Instructor: TBA
MW 2:30-3:45pm [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-2302/HIST-2089-001: History of Classical Greece
Instructor: TBA
MWF 9:30-10:20am [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-2701-002: Classical Mythology
Instructor: TBA
TuTh 2:30-3:45pm [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-2701-050: Classical Mythology
Instructor: TBA
W 6:00-9:00pm [3 credits, in person]

CLAS/KIN-2850-002: Medical Terminology
Instructor: TBA
MW 4:00-5:15pm [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-3111/4111-001: Prose Literature of the Republic
Instructor: TBA
MW 2:30-3:45pm [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-3213/4213-001: Archaic Greek Epic
Instructor: P. Miller
TuTh 2:30-3:45pm [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-3320/4320/ANTH-3261-001: Death in Antiquity
Instructor: M. MacKinnon
TuTh 1:00-2:15pm [3 credits, in person]

CLAS-3870/4870-001: Sexuality, Sex, and Gender: Roman Masculinity
Instructor: M. Racette-Campbell
MWF 1:30-2:20pm [3 credits, in person]