Classical Philology (Ancient Greek and Latin; Ancient Greek and Roman Literature)
45.03.01In english and russian
Level of education Bachelor
Type of instruction Full-time
Duration 4 years
- The bachelor’s programme ‘Classical Philology (Ancient Greek and Latin; Ancient Greek and Roman Literature) is designed to study a set of academic disciplines based on reading and interpreting the whole variety of texts in Ancient Greek and Latin. They are aimed at studying: these languages and literature; the monuments themselves that preserve these texts; as well as those aspects of culture and history of the Ancient world that require philological analysis of the sources
- Students acquire knowledge of: linguistics (historical grammar, lexicology, dialectology); the history of literature (metrics, stylistics, textual criticism); palaeography; epigraphy and papyrology; and other disciplines that focus on classical studies (political history, the history of law, religion, science, philosophy, and art) to the extent that they draw on textual analysis
- Ancient Greek
- History of Ancient Greek Literature
- History of Roman Literature
- Historical Grammar of Ancient Greek
- Historical Grammar of Latin
- History of Ancient Greek and Roman Art
- Ancient Greek and Roman Epitaphs
- History of Ancient Greece
- Culture of Ancient Greece and Rome
- The programme is designed to train unique specialists who have skills in the translation and interpretation of texts written in ancient Greek and Latin.
- The students acquire the fundamentals of writing ancient Greek and Latin epitaphs, and historical grammar.
- The students learn the history of ancient Greek and Roman literature: the emergence, formation and development of the main genres; ideological and artistic features of the literatures. They gain a concept of traditional and modern views on the course of the literary process.
- The students have a view of the stages of development and features of ancient art.
- Freie Universität Berlin (Germany)
- Trier University (Germany)
- The Classical Gymnasium of St Petersburg (School No 610) (teaching practice)
- Bibliotheca Classica Petropolitana (archaeological and epigraphical practice)
- Teacher of ancient languages in higher and secondary educational institutions
- Latin teacher at medical schools
- Literary editor
- Literary translator
- Russian language and literature teacher
- English/German teacher