The 2023 University of Virginia Summer Language Institute’s Latin program will be held in person this summer in Charlottesville, VA from June 17th-August 11th! -The program is intensive and immersive, covering the first two years of Latin language […]
Share with your students this opportunity for Dual enrollment for Latin level 5+ LATN 205W INTERMEDIATE LATIN I – MEDICAL [Writing Enriched] Prerequisite: LATN 102W or placement test. This special section of Intermediate Latin focuses on medical and […]
Salvete Classics lover of VA! Have you been meaning to sign up for the CAV Spring Meeting which is Saturday, May 14th at Randolph-Macon? Or maybe you’ve signed up, but have been meaning to check if a particular […]
Latin Play at the University of Mary Washington Plautus’ CurculioFriday April 22nd, 4 pm in the Heslep Amphitheatre (behind Farmer Hall, formerly Trinkle Hall) Fredericksburg Campus, University of Mary WashingtonThe play will be performed in Latin, with some English narration. […]
First-year Latin teacher Holly Fitterer was one of two recipients to receive the Bostick Award at the 2022 Southern Conference of Language Teacher (SCOLT) on Friday, April 1st, 2022. The Bostick Award is given to a first time […]
Humanitatis will be hosting at Virtual Conventiculum in 2022. For more information on the Spoken Latin conferences for 2022 at conventiculum.com.
University of Kentucky offers a post bac and graduate certificate in spoken Latin. See the flier for more details.
The Southern Conference for Language Teaching will be in Norfolk, VA in March 2022! The Conference is from March 31st – April 2nd. Submit a session proposal for the SCOLT 2022 Conference by September 1st, 2021 via this […]
Dickinson College is offering two summer two online reading workshops in Latin and Greek. Christopher Francese and Meghan Reedy will be leading the Latin Workshop from July 12-16, 2021 on Ovid’s Little Aeneid (Metamorphoses 13.623-14.582). Scott Farrington will […]
To honor Jim’s life and long teaching career, one may make donations to the new Jim Bigger Memorial Fund, which will annually recognize (with a $500 award) a deserving high school senior who wishes to continue their studies of […]