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Honors Course Archive

Summer 2017

GREEK 300 B: Beyond Intoductory to Greek (VLPA)

SLN 14581 (View UW registration info »)

James Clauss (Classics)
jjc@u.washington.edu
Credits: 5
Limit: 5 students

Offered A-term.

This course is designed to offer Honors students a chance to deepen and complicate their study of Greek. Students participate in and complete all requirements for Greek 300. In addition, students will meet for one hour per week to discuss additional readings and develop critical perspectives on materials studied in the class.

Depending on student interests and goals, there may also be a project component of the class. The goal is to help you connect the fascinating world of Greek literature and ancient Greek culture and history with issues and ideas that you find important and compelling. We can explore issues connected to the history of Greek as a language, the interpretation of major texts, and historical periods and trends.

The grade for this course will be 90% based on your grade for the work assigned in Greek and 10% based on the grade for work done in the honors portion. That 10% will be based on participation for and preparation in our weekly discussion sessions, and completion of a final project: a 2 page reflection.

GREEK 301 B: Beyond Introductory Greek II (VLPA)

SLN 14582 (View UW registration info »)

James Clauss (Classics)
jjc@u.washington.edu
Credits: 5
Limit: 5 students

Offered B-term.
Prereq: GREEK 300.

This course is designed to offer Honors students a chance to deepen and complicate their study of Greek. Students participate in and complete all requirements for Greek 301. In addition, students will meet for one hour per week to discuss additional readings and develop critical perspectives on materials studied in the class.

Depending on student interests and goals, there may also be a project component of the class. The goal is to help you connnect the fascinating world of Greek literature and ancient Greek culture and history with issues and ideas that you find important and compelling. We can explore issues connected to the history of Greek as a language, the interpretation of major texts, and historical periods and trends.

The grade for this course will be 90% based on your grade for the work assigned in Greek and 10% based on the grade for work done in the honors portion. That 10% will be based on participation for and preparation in our weekly discussion sessions, and completion of a final project: a 2 page reflection.

LATIN 300 B: Beyond Introductory Latin (VLPA)

SLN 14583 (View UW registration info »)

Alain Gowing (Classics)
alain@u.washington.edu
Credits: 5
Limit: 5 students

Offered A-term

This course is designed to offer Honors students a chance to deepen and complicate their study of Latin. Students participate in and complete all requirements for Latin 300. In addition students will meet for one hour per week to discuss additional readings and develop critical perspectives on materials studied in the class.

Depending on student interests and goals, there may also be a project component of the class. The goal is to help you connnect the fascinating world of Latin literature and Roman culture and history with issues and ideas that you find important and compelling. We can explore issues connected to the history of Latin as a language, the interpretation of major texts, and historical periods and trends.

The grade for this course will be 90% based on the grade for the work assigned in Latin 300, and 10% based on the grade for work done in the honors portion. That 10% will be based on participation for and preparation in our weekly discussion sessions, and completion of a final project: a 2 page reflection.

LATIN 301 B: Beyond Introductory Latin II (VLPA)

SLN 14584 (View UW registration info »)

Alain Gowing (Classics)
alain@u.washington.edu
Credits: 5
Limit: 5 students

Offered B-Term
Prereq: LATIN 300

A continuation of LATIN 300.

This course is designed to offer Honors students a chance to deepen and complicate their study of Latin. Students participate in and complete all requirements for Latin 301. In addition students will meet for one hour per week to discuss additional readings and develop critical perspectives on materials studied in the class.

Depending on student interests and goals, there may also be a project component of the class. The goal is to help you connnect the fascinating world of Latin literature and Roman culture and history with issues and ideas that you find important and compelling. We can explore issues connected to the history of Latin as a language, the interpretation of major texts, and historical periods and trends.

The grade for this course will be 90% based on the grade for the work assigned in Latin 301 and 10% based on the grade for work done in the honors portion. That 10% will be based on participation for and preparation in our weekly discussion sessions, and completion of a final project: a 2 page reflection.

HONORS 220 A: Natural and Cultural History of the Pacific Northwest (NW)

SLN 11793 (View UW registration info »)

Maria Ursula Valdez (UW Bothell School of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences)
uvaldez@uw.edu
Credits: 5
Limit: 12 students

See Honors Field Studies page for complete description.
honors.uw.edu/field-studies

HONORS 220 B: Landscape Change in the Pacific Northwest (NW)

SLN 11794 (View UW registration info »)

Timothy Billo (Program on the Environment)
timbillo@uw.edu
Credits: 5
Limit: 5 students

See Honors Field Studies page for complete description.
honors.uw.edu/field-studies

HONORS 230 B: The Ecology of Urban Seattle: A classroom without walls (I&S)

SLN 11796 (View UW registration info »)

Richard Conlin (Urban Design and Planning)
Credits: 5
Limit: 12 students

See Honors Field Studies page for complete description.
honors.uw.edu/field-studies

HONORS 397 A: Critical Perspectives on Homelessness (I&S)

SLN 14315 (View UW registration info »)

Rachel Vaughn
Josephine Ensign
Credits: 3
Limit: 12 students

This course does NOT fulfill Interdisciplinary Honors requirements, as ALL INTERDISC HONORS REQUIREMENTS MUST BE MET WITH 4 or 5 CR CLASSES. It will only award non-Honors UW elective credit and a great experience.

See Honors Field Studies page for complete description.
honors.uw.edu/field-studies