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University of Mary Washington presents Pseudolus
Ancient Greek Immersion Class Offered
Online Ancient Greek Class at Randolph College
Paideia Classical Day Tours Available
Paideia Summer Tours Announced
Society for Classical Studies Proposals Requested
CAMWS 2019 Meeting
FLAVA Spring 2018 Conference
American Classical League Centennial Institute
Vergilian Society Announces 2019 Tours
William & Mary Post-Baccalaureate Program
Nominating Students for the Virginia Governor's Latin Academy: A Guide for Teachers

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University of Mary Washington presents Pseudolus

You are invited to a Latin presentation of Plautus' Pseudolus on the campus of University of Mary Washington on Friday, April 26, 2019 at 4 p.m.  The play will be staged on the Morris Stage of the Heslep Amphitheater, located behind Trinkle Hall and adjacent to a beautiful Zen garden.  
The performance is free and open to the public.  Call 540-654-1023 if you have any questions; here's a link to the college's map.



Ancient Greek Immersion Class Offered

Polis, The Jerusalem Institute of Languages and Humanities, is offering an ancient Greek immersion class on the campus of Christendom College, in beautiful Front Royal, VA from June 29 - July 12.  Instruction at the  beginning, intermediate and advanced level is available.  The class is open to undergraduate and graduate students, as well as hard-working high school students.  The cost of $2600 covers tuition, room and board and students who successfully complete a course will receive 3 college credits.  For the application and more information, visit the organization's website.  If you have questions, please contact Stephen Hill (rstephenhill@gmail.com).

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Online Ancient Greek Class at Randolph College

Randolph College in Lynchburg, VA is offering an online ancient Greek class from May 28 - July 3 (Greek 101) and July 9 - August 14 (Greek 102).  Tuition and fees are $1800 per course and each course is worth 4 college credits.  For the application and more information, visit the college's website.

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Paideia Classical Day Tours Available

As the weather gets warmer and students get restless, you may want to consider planning a classical day tour for your students through the Paideia Institute.  The group can arrange a tour for teachers or students in New York city, Boston, Philadelphia or Washington, D.C. that will feature in situ learning experiences that incorporate America's classical history.  Please visit their website to request a proposal.  

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Paideia Summer Tours Announced

The Paideia Institute has announced its slate of summer tours for 2019 for both high school students and teachers.  During these programs, participants will read Latin and Greek texts in the locations that inspired them.  Dates and costs vary (scholarships are available); visit their website for more information.

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Society for Classical Studies Proposals Requested

Please consider submitting a proposal for the 2020 annual meeting which will occur in Washington, D.C. on January 2 - 5, 2020.  Proposals for a workshop, seminar or panel are due April 8, 2019; individual abstracts and lightning talk submissions are due April 15, 2019.  More information can be found on the organization's website.

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CAMWS 2019 Meeting

The 115th anniversary meeting of CAMWS (Classical Association of the Midwest and South) will take place at The Cornhusker in Lincoln, NB from Wed. April 3 - Sat. April 6, 2019.  Online reservations can be made through March 25, 2019; on-site registration will be available after that date.  Visit the CAMWS page for more details.

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FLAVA Spring 2019 Conference

Registration is now open for the Foreign Language Association of Virginia spring conference on the campus of Washington & Lee University in Lexington, VA.  This year's conference will occur on Sat. April 13, 2019.  Visit the FLAVA website for more details.

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ACL Centennial Institute  

One of our leading national organizations, the American Classical League, will be celebrating 100 years this summer!  Please plan to celebrate this important milestone with them in New York City, from Wed. June 26 - Sat. June 29, 2019.  To access the registration materials and information, visit the ACL website.

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Vergilian Society Announces 2019 Tours

Would you like to travel abroad and have help paying for it?  The Vergilian Society is offering exciting study tours in summer 2019 including The Grand Tour on the Bay of Naples; Sicily and Malta; The Roman Rhineland; and Caesar and Vergil in Italy: A Study Tour for Teachers. Morocco is also being offered for winter 2019-20. These programs are specifically designed to benefit and appeal to teachers and students at all levels by providing them the opportunity to experience a rich variety of ancient sites to support their own understanding and teaching of the ancient world. See the full tour descriptions on the Vergilian Society website.  Almost $100,000 in scholarship money is also available here

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William and Mary Post-Baccalaureate Program

The College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, VA is pleased to announce its post-baccalaureate program in Classical Studies.  This program offers a flexible course of study for students who have an undergraduate degree and who wish to pursue an intensive study of classical languages or civilization.  You may visit the college's website for more details.

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Nominating Students for the Virginia
Governor's Latin Academy


A Guide for Teachers

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