Preliminary Course "Latin for Returning Learners (for students in the historical disciplines)"

Course description

You need your previously acquired Latin skills for your degree program, for instance to work on sources written in Latin? You would like to refresh your knowledge of grammar and vocabulary and your ability to understand texts in Latin? Then the bridging course Latin for Returning Learners (for students in the historical disciplines) is the perfect choice for you! The course is designed to help students systematically refresh their existing grammar skills and to deepen their lexical skills. In addition, students can take advantage of reading and translation exercises. In order to strengthen students’ ability to work with sources in a wide variety of subjects, the course will also cover texts from the post-classical period to the early modern period; whenever possible, the selection of texts will take into account the subject-related interests of participants. The course is offered during the semester. Enrollment is open to bachelor’s students in their 1st to 4th program-related semester. The maximum course capacity is 30 participants.

  • Archaeologies (BA)
  • History (BA)
  • History (Teaching Degree)
  • Art History (BA)
  • Philosophy (BA)
  • Philosophy (Teaching Degree)



Oct 12-21

  • Oct 12, 14, 16, 19, 21, 03:00 pm - 05:30 pm (synchronous video meetings) + asynchronous digital learning
  • Total 30 hours of instruction
  • Format: digital



Roswitha Simons




Registration is open Sept 2-23, 2020

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