This summer, the University of California, Davis will offer Latin 120, in which selections from Apuleius' Golden Ass will be read in Latin. This course may fulfill continuing education requirements for Latin teachers or Latin language requirements for Classics students. It assumes that students have had at least the equivalent of one year's Latin study. Look for LAT 120 in the course listings of the UC Davis Summer Sessions website or find out more at UC Davis Classics.
Our January 26th spring conference featured a talk by Susan Stephens on the Olympics, ancient and modern. If you missed the talk, you can get an idea of what she said by reading this article at the Stanford University website.
Download a listing of summer classics, Latin, and Greek courses for 2013.
California State University, Long Beach, will offer Intensive Latin this summer, covering one year of Latin in a summer term from June 17-August 16, 2013. Download the flyer.
The American Institute for Roman Culture and SALVI announce a spoken-Latin course in Rome from June 12 to July 1, 2013. This course will offer college credit. Check out our "Coming Events" page for more information.
The Vergilian Society again offers several tours of Vergil's Mediterranean for summer 2013. Check out our "Coming Events" page for more information.
The Taft Educational Center in Connecticut will hold a workshop, led by Lynn West of Bellarmine College Preparatory in San Jose from July 1 to July 5. Check out our "Coming Events" page for more information.
Aliki Dragona will lead a University of California summer abroad college course in Greece in July of 2013. The theme will be modern writers on Greece. Check out our "Coming Events" page for more information.