Summer Programs

By Helen Cullyer | April 19, 2022

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.

By jennifer_ranck | April 11, 2022

Digital Corpus of Literary Papyri Workshop

Where: Carleton University, Ottawa

When: July 6–8 2022

By jennifer_ranck | April 4, 2022

The Classical Association of New England (CANE) invites you to this year's CANE Summer Institute, “Maiores a(n)d Posteriores: Imagining ‘classical antiquity’ into the future” on July 11-16, 2022. For the past several decades, CANE has offered a week-long program of mini-courses, professional development workshops, reading groups, and public lectures.

By Helen Cullyer | March 24, 2022

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. The Vergilian Society has scholarships available and the deadline to apply has been extended to April 11th. These scholarships often cover the entire tour apart from the flight.

By jennifer_ranck | March 17, 2022
Women Latinists, Summer Course

Join us for two weeks in Florence on this unique learning experience that brings language to life in the real spaces where women wrote Latin. Includes 6 hours daily content, site visits, immersive learning, text-based activities and optional cultural programming every evening.*

By Helen Cullyer | February 20, 2022

The Hill School and Valencia College invite applications to the NEH Institute, Timeless Parallels: Veteran Voices and Classical Literature

Eligibility:

This program is open to all secondary school teachers of Latin, Ancient Greek, English, or History.

Program Description:

By Helen Cullyer | February 20, 2022

Eta Sigma Phi has extended the deadline for all three of its 2022 Summer Travel Scholarships to March 1:

The Theodore Bedrick Scholarship provides funding for a Vergilian Society Tour in Italy: https://www.etasigmaphi.org/scholarships/summer-travel/bedrick/

By jennifer_ranck | February 2, 2022

The Department of the Classics at Harvard announces the following opportunities and initiatives designed to advance our community’s goals of diversity and inclusion:

Harvard Classics Scholars-in-Training Summer Program (for high school students (Remote) or undergraduates (In Person) Application deadline is Friday, February 25, 2022 by 11:59 p.m. EST.

By Renie Plonski | May 24, 2016

Every summer from 2004 to 2011, the Music Department at the Ionian University hosted a week-long seminar on ancient music, which was attended by students and scholars from several European, American and Asiatic countries. This wonderful event was unfortunately discontinued due to the Greek economic crisis. Given its importance for the rapidly-expanding community of scholars interested in ancient Greek and Roman music, since 2014 the Arion Society has brought the Seminar back to life in a new location: Riva del Garda, in the North of Italy.

By Adam Blistein | April 29, 2016

The Paideia Institute is happy to announce its spring semester offerings in Telepaideia, our series of online courses in Latin and Ancient Greek. Telepaideia allows you to study Latin and Greek language and literature with expert teachers from the comfort of your own home. All you need is a computer and an internet connection. Courses offered this spring include:

Conversational Latin and Greek:  Courses in conversational Latin and Greek at all levels, including advanced Latin conversation courses.

Intensive Beginning Latin and Greek:  Intensive Latin and Greek courses presents a thorough introduction to grammar and syntax and progresses to reading basic texts.

Reading Courses:  Traditional reading courses this semester include The Gospel of Saint John, De Institutione Puerorum, and more.

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