Register now for the virtual conference/course “Teaching Leaders and Leadership Through the Classics,” held from May 8-22, 2017.
This conference explores how the study of classical antiquity has been, can be, and should be used as a platform for leadership education in the 21st century. The primary texts and artifacts we study are often about, for, or by the leaders of their times; they then were, and still are, received, adapted, and used by people of later eras in developing new leaders. Our discipline’s emphasis on textual and visual analysis, narrative, and cultural history aids students in developing the skills of empathy, contextual intelligence, and critical thinking that are the most essential for the success of leaders in any field. As universities place greater and greater emphasis on their mission to develop students as future leaders, the field of Classics can become central to the study of leadership and the education of leaders.
For more information and registration, visit the conference website: https://teachingleadershipthruclassics.wordpress.com/
The NYU Center for Ancient Studies and The Institute for the Study of the Ancient World, in conjunction with The Metropolitan Museum of Art, will present a symposium on “The Age of Empires: Comparisons and Interactions between East and West in Antiquity,” on April 6, 7, & 9, 2017. It will take place in The Met’s Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium. This program is offered in association with the exhibition, “Age of Empires: Chinese Art of the Qin and Han Dynasties (221 B.C. – A.D. 220),” at The Met. Information for the conference can be found on this poster. The full program may be viewed here:
THE GENNADIUS LIBRARY OF THE AMERICAN SCHOOL OF CLASSICAL STUDIES AT ATHENS : MEDIEVAL GREEK SUMMER SESSION AT THE GENNADIUS LIBRARY, SUMMER 2017 Deadline: January 15 The Gennadius Library of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens announces the summer … Continue reading
Registration for the North American Institute of Living Latin Studies (SALVI) summer Latin immersion programs is now open. Summer 2017 will feature Rusticatio Tironum (June 30-July 6) led by John Kuhner, Rusticatio Omnibus (July 7-13) led by Nancy Llewellyn, and Rusticatio Veteranorum (July 18-24) led by Justin Bailey. SALVI is also hosting weekend Latin immersion programs: look for one in your area! Please visit our event page for more information.
Montclair State University’s Classics and General Humanities Department will sponsor a series of four outdoors performances of Euripides’ HELEN this coming spring, April 20, 21, 25, and 27, 2017, in the Greek-style Amphitheater on MSU’s campus, adjacent to Kasser Theater. Performances are free and open to the public, and will take place at 2pm on each of the performance days. For more information, see: www.msuhelen.org. For other theater productions, see our general website: www.msugreekplays.org, and/or contact Jeri (Dr. Jerise Fogel) at firstname.lastname@example.org
The 14th international congress of the Academia Latinitati Fovendae will take place 27-31 July 2017 along with the Conventiculum Lexintoniense on 20-26 July 2017. For more information about these conferences, please click here to view flyer. The Academia Latinitati Fovendae is also looking for papers. Click here to view the Call for Papers.