Scholars Online course offered

The 2022 Ancient Greek sequence at Scholars Online will include a year-long online course on Aristophanes' The Frogs, taught by one of its own former students.  Cynthia Liu studied Greek and Latin under Dr. Bruce McMenomy at Scholars Online, and went on to receive her bachelors in Classics and Linguistics from Baylor in 2018. Since then she has been working on a MSt. and doctoral degree at Oxford University. Advanced students who have covered at least three years of Greek of any age, including adults, are all welcome to take the course.  Classes will meet in live online text chat sessions to discuss translation work and its historical and literary context.  Learn more at https://www.scholarsonline.org.

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ACL Membership renewal season is here!

Renew quickly & easily through your Member Profile

American Classical League memberships expire on August 31, so renew now to get your full year of membership benefits!

Contact Elizabeth Merritt with questions at merrite@aclclassics.org or 513-896-2503.  

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"From Epigram to Epic: Teaching Poetry in the Latin Classroom" course to be offered fall 2022

Coursework through Idioma includes discount for ACL members

FA22-1 - From Epigram to Epic: Teaching Poetry in the Latin Classroom will be offered September 12- October 31 through Idioma.  See Announcement in our Salve! Open Forum online community for discount details for ACL members.  Full MEd for Latin teachers available:

 

 

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