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American Academy in Rome: Classical Summer School

The American Academy in Rome invites applications to participate in its annual Classical Summer School, founded in 1923.

Under the direction of Dr. Evan Jewell (Rutgers University), the Classical Summer School is a five-week program (June 16 – July 19, 2024) designed to provide qualified graduate students, and middle school, high school, and college/university teachers with a well-founded understanding of the growth and development of the city of Rome and its surrounding sites of significance.

Summer Classes at University of Arizona

The University of Arizona is running classes this summer in Latin, Greek, and Ancient Civilizations. There is still time to register!

The University is offering LAT 112 (intensive 1st-year Latin) and LAT 212 (intensive 2nd-year Latin) both in a live-online synchronous format. Additionally, it is offering GRK 112 (intensive 1st-year Greek) online asynchronously.

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Paid Summer Opportunities: Save Ancient Studies Alliance

SASA (Save Ancient Studies Alliance) is looking for experienced and passionate educators for a paid role during the summer! SASA has received a generous grant of $10,000 from the Delmas Foundation to support their Summer Mini-Reading Groups.

These groups are small, informal discussion groups, centered on ancient texts! They are free to participants, and are hosted on Zoom. We are now looking for talented and dedicated academics to lead 3 and 8 week reading groups.

Extended Deadline: Diversifying the Latin Classroom, a Vergilian Society tour and course in Italy

This course in Italy will focus on creating antiracist curricula in the Latin classroom and will take place from July 18th - July 29th in Rome and the Bay of Naples. The course includes visits to many of the major sites in Rome and the Bay of Naples in afternoons or on full-day excursions.