The Classics Program at Hunter College, City University of New York (CUNY), advertises its graduate programs in Latin education. These programs combine courses and mentoring in the vibrant environs of New York City. They aim to foster the ability to make Latin compelling to a diverse population of middle and high school students. Both programs lead to certification in New York State. Applications are accepted in both the Fall and the Spring. The deadline for applications is this Spring is March 15th, 2021, but consideration may be made for later applications.
- MA in Adolescent Education, Grades 7-12 – Latin
A 49 to 50-credit course sequence in Latin, Classics, and Education that prepares students to teach Latin in grades 7-12. This program is run jointly by the Classics Program in the School of Arts and Sciences and the School of Education.
Information and requirements: https://education.hunter.cuny.edu/admissions/graduate-programs/adolescent-education/adolescent-latin/
- Post Master’s Advanced Certificate in Adolescent Latin
A 27-credit course sequence in Education that is designed for students seeking teacher certification in Latin who already have an M.A. or Ph.D. in the field.
Information and requirements: https://education.hunter.cuny.edu/admissions/graduate-programs/adolescent-education/post-masters-advanced-certificates-in-adolescent-education/adolescent-latin-advanced-certificate/
General information on applying: https://education.hunter.cuny.edu/admissions/.
Direct all enquiries to Professor Lawrence Kowerski, the Director of the graduate programs in Latin in the Classics Program (email@example.com).
NYU’s Center for Ancient Studies is organizing and event for Thursday April 4, 2019.The event is entitled, “Ovid and Art: A Symposium,” and is free and open to the public. To RSVP (required), and for a complete schedule of sessions, please visit: http://as.nyu.edu/ancientstudies/news.html. For more details, please view the poster here.
The NYU Center for Ancient Studies and the Society for Classical Studies present Transforming Classics: 150 Years of Classical Studies in New York on November 13, 2018 at Silver Center for Arts and Science, Hemmerdinger Hall, Room 102, 32 Waverly Place, or 31 Washington Place, New York, NY 10003
(Enter at 31 Washington Place for wheelchair access). For more information, the program is available here.
The NYU Center for Ancient Studies, in conjunction with the Reading Odyssey, presents The Relevance of Julius Caesar Today: A Book Launch for The Landmark Julius Caesar
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2018
Hemmerdinger Hall, Silver Center for Arts and Science, Room 102
32 Waverly Place, or 31 Washington Place (for wheelchair access)
6:00 p.m. Welcome and Introduction
Matthew S. Santirocco, NYU
Phil Terry, Reading Odyssey
6:15 p.m. The Landmark Ancient Histories series
Robert B. Strassler, Editor, The Landmark Ancient Histories series
6:35 p.m. Reflections on Julius Caesar
Kurt A. Raaflaub, Brown University; Editor, The Landmark Julius Caesar
7:00 p.m. Caesar in the Classroom
Ronnie Ancona, Hunter College and CUNY Graduate Center
7:30 p.m. Reception
This event is free and open to the public, but an RSVP is required. To RSVP, please visit:
For more information, contact the Center for Ancient Studies at 212.992.7978 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hunter College mourns the loss of William J. Mayer, professor of Classical and Oriental Studies, who died on Thursday, April 27. Professor Mayer came to Hunter in 1971, and in addition to playing a vital role here, was an eminent leader in his discipline. He served as president of both the Classical Association of the Empire State and the Classical Association of the Atlantic States, and chaired the State Council on Languages. For more than 30 years, his brilliant presentations and workshops assisted teachers throughout the U.S., and in 2003, he received the Meritus Award “for distinguished service to the American Classical League and to the Classics Profession.” He retired from Hunter in 2012.
A memorial service will be held Saturday, July 15. For details, contact Ronnie Ancona, Acting Classics Program Head, at email@example.com.
To learn more about Bill’s legacy, we invite you to read these heartfelt tributes:
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:
NYU’s Center for Ancient Studies is planning the Rose-Marie Lewent Memorial Lecture for April 3, 2013. Professor Alessandro Barchiesi (University of Siena at Arezzo and Stanford University) will speak on the topic: Vergil’s Aeneid and the Destiny of Italy. The event is co-sponsored by the NYU Center for Ancient Studies, the Office of the Dean for Humanities, and the Department of Classics. For more details click here.
The University at Buffalo invites you to attend the 4th annual Conventiculum Buffaloniense, a 3 day active Latin workshop designed to introduce, improve and practice the art of using spoken and active Latin. Registration is May 15th. More information is available at the Conventiculum website.