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Mallory Monaco Caterine

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Mallory Monaco Caterine is a Professor of Practice in the Department of Classical Studies at Tulane University, where she teaches Latin and Greek language, Greek civilization, and ancient leadership. She runs an Aequora site in New Orleans as part of a Latin service-learning curriculum. She is also a founding member of Kallion, an organization devoted to the improvement of leaders and leadership through humanistic inquiry. Currently, she is the chair of the SCS Committee on Classics in the Community.

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The new Classics Everywhere initiative, launched by the SCS in 2019, supports projects that seek to engage communities all over the US and Canada with the worlds of Greek and Roman antiquity in new and meaningful ways. As part of this initiative the SCS has been funding a variety of projects ranging from after-school enrichment programs to collaborations with artists in theater and dance. In this post, we focus on four projects that engaged new audiences by allowing them to explore what it was like to do and think as the Greeks and Romans did. “To walk a mile in someone else’s shoes” is a...
The new Classics Everywhere initiative, recently launched by the SCS, supports projects that seek to introduce and engage communities all over the US with the worlds of Greek and Roman antiquity in new and meaningful ways. During the first round of applications, the SCS funded 13 projects, ranging from performances and a cinema series to educational programs and inter-institutional collaborations. In this blog post, we aim to highlight three programs in which Classicists are sharing the joy of studying Greece and Rome with their communities.. For the field of Classics to remain relevant...

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