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Classics Options for Visiting Students
[Information for the new 2015–16 term will appear here shortly.]
Semester One 2014–15 (options from last year)
The modules on the timetable below are available to visiting students. If you’re interested in taking one of the Latin modules, please contact the instructor, who’ll help you determine whether the module is suitable for your level of preparation. All modules below are weighted 5 ECTS.
Please note that it is always advisable before enrolling in a module to ensure that it fulfils the requirements of your home institution!
First Year modules
- CC109 Rome and the Genesis of Europe (O’Donoghue/Moran): Wed 12pm, Áras Uí Chathail UC102; Thu 12pm, Ó Tnúthail Theatre
Second Year modules
- CCS207 Studies in Ancient Literature and Thought (Clarke/Moran): Mon 10am AC214, Wed 5pm AC213
- CC227 Oral (Research & Presentation Assignment) (Stansbury): Tue 1pm AM-G043, Fri 9am TB303
- CCS201 Studies in the Ancient Imagination (O’Donoghue): Mon 1pm AC204, Wed 3pm AC204
Final year modules
- CC316 Barbarians (Bisagni): Mon 10am AC215, Fri 2pm AC213
- CCS302 Classics & Continuity: From Seneca to Shakespeare (Arkins): Tue 4pm AC203, Wed 1pm AC215
- CCS306 Iconography: The Classical Tradition in Western Art (Clarke): Mon 2pm AC204, Thu 9am IT204
Tutorials for first year, second year and final year modules
Students taking the modules above must also register for small-group tutorials. To register, contact the relevant tutor:
- First year modules: Sarah Corrigan, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Second year modules: Michael Doherty, email@example.com
- Final year modules: Peter Kelly, firstname.lastname@example.org
Beginning Latin/Greek (for students with at least 12 weeks’ prior study):
- CC232 Beginning Latin 2 (Moran): Mon 1pm AC203, Wed 3pm IT204, Thu 2pm TB302
- CCS206 Ancient Greek for Beginners 2 (Clarke): Tue 10am TB301, Wed 11am AM121, Thu 10am AM121
Intermediate to advanced Latin/Greek:
- CC321 Latin Texts from Medieval Ireland and Britain (Bisagni) (intermediate): Tue 4pm AM215, Wed 1pm AM121
- CCS316 Intermediate Latin 2 (Stansbury): Mon 2pm IT203, Thu 2pm AM112
- CCS312 Advanced Classical and Medieval Latin 2 (subject to availability, contact the Visiting Student Co-ordinator for information)
- CCS310 Studies in Ancient Greek Literature: Intermediate Greek Language (Clarke): Mon 12pm Classics room 506
- CCS202 Latin and Historical Linguistics (Bisagni): Tue 1pm IT206, Fri 10am TB302 (for students who have studied at least one semester of Latin)
For timetabling reasons CCS316 cannot be taken with CCS306, and CC321 cannot be taken with CCS302.
Room Codes: AC = Arts & Sciences Building Concourse, AM = Arts Millennium Building, IT = IT Building, TB = Tower 2 (near the Bank of Ireland). The Ó Tnúthail Theatre is on the first floor of the Arts Millennium Building. UC102 is in the Áras Uí Chathail Building, the same building as the student information desk.