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Classics Everywhere: Funded Projects

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Classics Everywhere - November 1st 2018 Deadline Projects

  • Nyansa Classical Community – New Orleans, LA

 

Angel Parham

 

  • Latin After-School Aequora Program – Jamaica Plain, MA

 

Kendra Eshleman and Christopher Polt

 

  • Wilson College Classical Chorus – Chambersburg, PA

 

Bonnie McCutcheon

 

  • Poetry and Performance – Memphis, TN

 

Kenneth Scott Morrell

 

  • Homerathon – Lincoln, NE

 

Mike Lippman

 

  • Indigo Bridge Bookstore Event – Lincoln, NE

 

Amy Pistone

 

  • Three C's - Classics, Cinema, and Conversation – Winston-Salem, NC

 

Lauren Rogers

 

  • Putting the "Lives of Early African American Classicists into the Hands of our Secondary Teachers" – ACL Centennial Meeting, NYC

 

Michele Valerie Ronnick

 

  • The Oresteia Project: Free Performance of Operatic Highlights – Washington, D.C.

 

Andrew E. Simpson and Sarah B. Ferrario

 

  • Black Classicists Outreach – Washington, D.C.

 

Caroline Stark

 

  • Symposium on Liberal Education and African American History: A Celebration of the Life and Legacy of Anna Julia Cooper – Washington, D.C.

 

David Withun

 

  • Classics Unit for Homeless Shelter Aftercare – Honolulu, HI

 

Daniel Harris-McCoy

 

Classics Everywhere - March 1st 2019 Deadline Projects

  • After the Antique: Mithras Now: A Painting Workshop – Berkshires, MA

 

Susan P. Bachelder

 

  • Greeking It Up with the Romans: Staging Plautus’ The Braggart Soldier – Starkville, MS

 

Donna Clevinger

 

  • Classical Drama LIVE! – Winston-Salem, NC

 

Lauren Rogers

 

  • Martha Graham’s Dance Interpretations of Ancient Greek Heroines – Boston, MA

 

Stephen Scully

 

  • Reading Classics Books to kids at low income Elementary Schools – Lexington, KY

 

Diane Arnson Svarlien

 

  • Ancients in the Parks!: Roman Engineering – OH and WV

 

Sarah Wear

 

  • Introductory Latin in Prisons: Summer 2019 – Hartford, CT

 

Nebojsa Todorovic and S. Zelda Roland

 

  • Voices of Ancient Palmyra – San Bernandino, CA

 

Carly Maris

 

  • New Directions in Classics – Winnipeg, Canada

 

Peter J. Miller

 

May 15, 2019 Deadline Projects:

  • Case Western Classics Day – Cleveland, OH

 

Evelyn Adkins

 

  • Classics Summer Camp – Madison, WI

 

William Aylward

 

  • Ancient Leadership Everywhere – MA, NY, D.C., NC

 

Norman Sandridge

 

  • Classics Beyond Whiteness – Winston-Salem, NC

 

T.H.M. Gellar-Goad

 

  • Casey Middle School Latin program – Boulder, CO

 

Andrew Cain

 

  • Electra International Tour – London, Berlin, Istanbul

 

Lily Grob

 

  • Jkids: Classics videos for kids – online

 

Sofia and Teodor Poinelli

 

October 15, 2019 Deadline projects

  • Classics Day V – Monmouth, IL

 

Robert Holschuh Simmons

 

  • More Latin Moments than Senior Moments – Branford, CT

 

Susan Craig

 

  • Mini Maker Faire: Roman Concrete – Baton Rouge, LA

 

Nathalie Roy

 

  • Public Face of Emotions: Greek Classics and the Role of Emotions in our Lives – Boston, MA

 

Emily Allen-Hornblower

 

  • The Stuff of Legend: Classical Mythology & its Impact on Creative Writing – Dublin, CA

 

Sarah Shin

 

Homer’s Odyssey in Homer – Homer, AL

 

Joe Goodkin

 

  • After-School Latin Program – Lawrenceville, NJ

 

Regina Koebele-Demaree

 

  • Printing the Past: Classical Studies & 3D Printing workshop – Schenectady, NY

 

Angela Commito

 

  • Morningside Heights Latin Camp – New York, NY

 

Lydia Palmer

 

  • Hive: An Art Exhibition at Krannert Art Museum – Champaign, IL

 

Amy Powell and Clara Bosak-Schroeder

 

  • Philosophy & Literature Circle: A Prison Education Program – San Antonio, TX

 

Mel Webb and Jessica Wright

 

  • Black Classicisms and the Black Atlantic: A Public Program – Detroit, MI

 

Michele Valerie Ronnick

 

  • Nyansa: A New Curriculum for the Youth – New Orleans, LA

 

Angel Parham

 

  • Penelope and the Geese: A Workshop & Opera Performance – Saugerties, NY

 

Cheri Magid

 

  • Homerathon in ChicagoLand – Chicago, IL

 

Krishni Burns

 

  • Classics and the World Today 4 – Mississauga, Canada

 

Boris Chrubasik

 

  • Classics in Humanities and University Education in Africa: The Way Forward: A Public Panel in Ghana – Ghana

 

Michael Kwadwo Okyere Asante

 

  • First-Generation Classics: A Special issue of Eidolon – online

 

Donna Zuckerberg

 

February 20 deadline projects

  • Inside Classics: a Video and Podcast Project – Austin, TX

 

Ayelet Haimson Lushkov

 

 

  • Conversations with Homer – San Francisco, CA

 

Alexandra Pappas

 

 

  • Classical Crosswords – Charlotte, NC

 

Genevieve Romanelli

 

 

  • UNL Homerathon 2020 – Lincoln, NE

 

Mike Lippman

 

 

  • Inclusive Classics: Retelling Greco-Roman Myths for the 21st Century – Chicago, IL

 

David Tapper

 

 

  • Vermont Classical Play / City Dionysia (Aristophanes’ Clouds) – Burlington, VT

 

John C. Franklin

 

 

  • “Unchain My Heart”: Staging Prometheus Bound for Today’s Audiences Starkville, MS

 

Donna Clevinger

 

 

  • The Wars Within, The Wars Without: Lucan’s Civil War through Modern Veterans’ Eyes – Huntington, West Virginia

 

Christina Franzen

 

 

  • Martha Graham Interprets Greek Myths – Athens, Greece

 

Penny Diamantopoulou

 

 

  • Owls to Athens: An Odyssey through Ancient Greek Culture – Norwich, CT

 

Dayne Rugh

 

 

  • It Starts with the Stars: Learning Introductory Latin Through Western Zodiac’s Mythology – Boston, MA

 

Melissa Saunders

 

 

  • Cathartic History Conference – Carrollton, GA

 

Nadya Williams

 

 

  • Arachne’s Threads: Spinning and Fiber in the Ancient Mediterranean – Lubbock, TX

 

Sydnor Roy

 

 

  • Classical Words, Modern Heroes: Examples from the 21st Century – Italy

 

Rachele Pierini

 

 

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