- Online M.A. Program in Latin
The Classics faculty of the Department of Modern and Classical Language Studies at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio are happy to announce that the Master of Arts program in Latin Literature has recently become a fully online, asynchronous program, which will make it available to students anywhere who wish to earn an advanced degree in Latin. The goal of the program is to give students graduate level training in the Latin language, as well other relevant fields such as literature, culture, archaeology and history.
For information please contact Professor Radd K. Ehrman: email@example.com
- Job Openings 2018-2019
Park Tudor School is looking for a Latin teacher for 2018-2019. Please see the posting for specific details: https://www.parktudor.org/about/employment/job-openings/~board/job-openings/post/teacher-middle-upper-school-classics
Culver Academies is looking for a second Latin teacher for 2018-2019. Please see the posting for specific details: https://www.culver.org/Latin-Instructor?returnUrl=/Faculty-Positions
- ICC Spring Meeting 2018 - April 6-7, Hanover CollegeProgram 2018
If you plan on attending, please complete this registration form. Forgive the late nature to this registration request, but you answers will help us plan for meals on Saturday for breakfast and lunch, so the sooner we get responses the better.
- Call for Papers for 2018 ICC Spring Meeting - Deadline: Thursday, March 1
The Indiana Classical Conference has served the interests of Greek and Roman enthusiasts since 1963, and we are excited to continue that tradition with a robust meeting in the spring.
We welcome proposals for talks (typically 15 minutes) from people at all levels. Past speakers have ranged from undergraduate students to graduate students, middle school teachers, high school teachers, and college and university professors. We also welcome papers that address a wide array of interests in the ancient world. Past sessions have focused on:
- ancient drama
- the Classical tradition
- epic poetry
- Greek and Latin pedagogy
It is also the tradition in our spring meeting to reserve one panel for future colleagues to share their research with us. Thus, we especially welcome proposals from undergraduate and graduate students or recommendations from high school teachers who would like to bring a group of their students to share a particularly interesting project they have worked on.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact Brian Gross (Bgross@gocathedral.com).
For consideration on the program, please submit this form by March 1st, 2018
- Valparaiso Adjunct Instructor First Semester Latin - Fall 2018
If you or anyone else are interested in this opportunity, please email the Chair of the department as soon as possible: Prof. Timothy Tomasik, firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to learn more about the content of the course or the Greek and Roman Studies program at Valpo, feel free to contact email@example.com.
- ROMAN DAILY LIFE IN PETRONIUS AND POMPEII
an NEH Summer Seminar for Pre-Collegiate Teachers (July 16-August 3, 2018)
The application deadline is March 1. More information and directions on applying can be found at the seminar website https://gustavus.edu/events/romandailylife/.
If you have any questions, please write Matthew Panciera, the director of the seminar, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Latin Sub Needed for Spring 2018 at Crown Point High School
The teaching load will include sections of Latin 1, Latin 2, and Latin 3. Please pass this information along to anyone whom you think is qualified and might be interested.
If you have any questions, please contact Sara Wietbrock, World Languages Department Chair, email@example.com.
- Latin Teacher for 2017-2018 at Herron High School, Indianapolis
- Short term substitute needed for Latin teacher
- Illinois Classical Conference Call for Papers, Deadline: August 1, 2016
- The Benefits of Latin in the 21st Century
- Latin/Classics NEH Summer Seminar for Pre-Collegiate Teachers
The application deadline is March 1. Click here for more information on the seminar and directions on applying. If you have any questions, please write me (Matthew Panciera), the director of the seminar, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Call for Papers for 2016 ICC Spring Meeting Deadline: January 23, 2016
Please send a proposal of 250-500 words to email@example.com (Antonia Syson, Assoc. Prof. of Classics, Purdue University) by midnight on Saturday, January 23rd. Please describe your proposed talk or workshop, explaining its anticipated contribution to the regional classics community, and stating clearly which category of presentation is intended (20 minute professional talk; 40 minute interactive workshop; 10 minute student presentation). Joint presentations and workshops are welcome. Proposals should include an informative presentation/workshop title, requests for technology needs, and clear contact information (your email and your institution mailing address).
Email notifications will be made no later than February 22nd.
- Steve Perkins, Indiana Teacher of the Year 2014
- Denny Bartlow’s Passing