Wednesday, August 24, 2016
The Vergilian Society is offering exciting study tours in 2017 including “Northern Italy and Croatia,” “Latin Authors in Italy,” “Roman Britain,” and “Gladiators and Roman Spectacle”. These programs are specifically designed to benefit and appeal to teachers at all levels by providing them the opportunity to experience a rich variety of ancient sites to support their own understanding and teaching of the ancient world. See the full tour descriptions on the Vergilian Society website at http://www.vergiliansociety.org/2017-tours/
Almost $100,000 in scholarship money is available: http://www.vergiliansociety.org/tours/scholarships/
Monday, April 25, 2016
Friday, March 18, 2016
North Carolina Classical Association
Wake Forest University
Saturday April 23, 2016
10AM - 3PM
· Registration form (deadline April 20)
· Online lunch reservation form
· Summer Scholarship Application Form (deadline April 15)
· Parking at Wake Forest University
10:00: Serena Witzke, Wake Forest University.
"What is a Roman Wife? A Methodological Reexamination"
10:45: John Oksanish, Wake Forest University.
"Based on a True Story: History in loco"
11:30: Business Meeting & Lunch
1:00: Andrew Clay, St. David’s School, Raleigh.
"Philology as a Way of Life: Classics and the Language Event"
Saturday, January 30, 2016
The application deadline is March 1. More information on the seminar and directions on applying can be found at the website.
If you have any questions, please write me (Matthew Panciera), the director of the seminar, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, January 21, 2016
The University of Michigan and The American University of Rome are pleased to announce Inter Versiculos, a week-long workshop in Latin verse composition to be held in Trapani, Sicily July 9 - 16, 2016. The workshop will be led by Dr. David Money, of Cambridge University. » Website with more info
For this workshop, we seek to assemble an international group of Latinists including undergraduate and graduate students, teachers of Latin at the secondary, collegiate and graduate level, as well as interested amateurs. As the website states: "Open to anyone Latin poetry curious."
For additional information, please contact:
Gina Soter, PhD
Head of Latin Program at the Residential College
and Lecturer IV in the Department of Classical Studies
The University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI