- The Emporium Romanum has lots of great things to start of the new year!
- The application deadline for the Barker and Means Scholarships is December 1st.
- Fabulous offerings from ASCANIUS Youth Classics Institute, including opportunities to volunteer.
- The Boston Area Classics Calendar has a lot going on, and a weekly email digest of upcoming events.
- The American School of Classical Studies at Athens is offering Fellowships to interested scholars. The deadline is October 31st, and you can find more information in AMERICAN SCHOOL OF CLASSICAL STUDIES AT ATHENS.
- The American Academy in Rome is inviting applications for the 2016 Rome Prize. The due date is November 1. Details are available here.
- The College of the Holy Cross is offering a full tuition scholarship to members of the class of 2020. The deadline is January 15, 2016. See here for more details.
- Professor Kristina Milnor will be lecturing at 7:30pm on Thursday, October 15th, 2015 on “Girls Gone Good: Experiencing Female Virtue in the Roman House.” The lecture will be held in Demeritt Hall, room 112 on the UNH Durham campus. A question-and-answer period and small reception will follow the lecture. Contact Jennifer McCready for more information.
- The Ranieri Colloquium on Ancient Studies at NYU’s Center for Ancient Studies is being held on Thursday and Friday, October 22-23. The conference is entitled, “Telling Mesopotamian History: Bringing to Life the Stories of Cuneiform Writing” In Honor of Jack M. Sasson. The event is free and open to the public. More information here.
- The Classical Association of Connecticut (ClassConn) has its Annual Meeting on October 24, 9:30 – 2:30 in Mansfield, CT. See ClassConn website for registration.
- The Massachusetts Foreign Language Association (MaFLA) is hosting it’s annual Fall Conference in Sturbridge, MA October 29-31. Once again MaFLA is offering a complete Latin strand, full of pedagogy presentations and workshops. The Latin strand includes:
8- 11 AM Ted Zarrow “Let Your Students Sell Your Program: Latin Projects Beyond the Classroom”
10/30 : 75- minute sessions
- A. Gregory Stringer “Becoming Comprehensible:Easy, Practical Ways to Use Second Language Acquisition Research”
- B. Alice Lanckton “Carmina et sacra quibus melius Latinam docere possis”
- C. Keynote, Greg Duncan
- D. Thomas J. Howell “Coins in the Classroom – A Proposal on Teaching History”
- E. Sara Cain “Reading Strategies: Summarizing with a Purpose”
- F. Jocelyn Demuth “Mythology Role Playing Games in the Latin Classroom”
- G. Jacqui Carlon “Nunc est scribendum: Writing for Mastery”
- H. Maureen Keleher “Bringing Latin and Its Vivacity into the 21st Century”
- J. Ted Zarrow CAM Annual Business Meeting. Speaking of…
- The North American Cambridge Latin Course Project is hosting a Fall Workshop in Boston November 14th. For more information, please visit www.latinworkshops.com.
- Live in western MA or northern CT and want to practice speaking in Latin? There is a large group that meets weekly in Hadley, MA! For details, contact TJ Howell.
- In the Boston area? Check out the Active Latin Meetup page for events.
- All job opportunities are posted here!