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Grad Discretionary Reimbursement Form

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Dissertation Proposal Defense Form

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Dissertation Proposal Guidelines

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Graduate Travel Funding Application

Use this form to apply for funding for travel to conduct research, work at an archaeological dig, present a paper at a conference, etc.

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PhD Student Handbook

 

The PhD Student Handbook details official academic and administrative policies and procedures for the Classics Department's doctoral students as a supplement to the official requirements listed in the Stanford Bulletin.

 

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Department staff roles

This PDF helps faculty and students identify which department staff member they can see about specific issues, projects, or problems.

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Augustine on Memory, Time, and the Self

This course examines Augustine's "Confessions" as an autobiographical discourse. It investigates his theories of memory and of time and address different theories of the "self." How does memory and the passing of time affect the notion of the self? Does Augustine's "subjective" theory of time offer an identifiable self? Is the self constructed by narratives? We will locate these issues in their cultural context by investigating Christian and pagan discourses and practices in Late Antiquity.

 

Subject Code: 
CLASSGEN
Units: 
4-5
Term: 
Spr
Course Number: 
336
Day/Time: 
Th / 10:00-12:50
Room: 
TBA
Type: 
Seminar

Advanced Greek: Scientific Writing

Euclid and Archimedes. Reading texts from Greek science. The relationship between form and meaning in the presentation of scientific information, introduction to Greek Paleography. Classics majors and minors must take course for letter grade. May be repeated for credit.

Subject Code: 
CLASSGRK
Units: 
3-5
Term: 
Spr
Course Number: 
113
Day/Time: 
MW / 9:00-10:30
Room: 
TBA
Type: 
Seminar

Greek Syntax: Prose Composition

(First-year graduate students register for 275A,B.) Review of Greek grammar and instruction in Greek prose composition skills. Begins sixth week of Winter Quarter and continues through Spring Quarter. Classics majors and minors must take course for letter grade. Prerequisite for undergraduates: three years of Greek.

Subject Code: 
CLASSGRK
Units: 
3-5
Term: 
Spr
Course Number: 
175B/275B
Day/Time: 
TTh / 9:00-10:50
Room: 
TBA
Type: 
Seminar

Dissertation Research in Classics

Subject Code: 
CLASSGEN
Units: 
1-10
Term: 
Spr
Course Number: 
360
Day/Time: 
Determined with Instructor
Room: 
Determined with Instructor
Type: 
Thesis/Dis
Academic Year: 
2010