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Instrumenta didactica

Teaching Neo-Latin: examples of current practices

This page only includes links to websites which give a flavour of the actual teaching/learning methods or of their syllabus. Suggestions for further links are welcome.

See also the SNLS's own Neo-Latin Anthology.

 
University level in the UK and Ireland

Cambridge University: Introduction to Neo-Latin Literature 1350-1700 (undergraduate)

The Warburg Institute: MA in Cultural and Intellectual History 1300-1650 (postgraduate -see the core course on 'Humanism' and 'Language classes')

 
Reading Groups, Summer Schools and Skills Development courses

Birkbeck College, University of London: Neo-Latin Reading Group

Cambridge University, Department of History and Philosophy of Science: Latin Therapy Group

The Warburg Institute: Renaissance Latin Group Warburg (two-week course)

 
General propagation and promotion of the Latin language

Vatican’s Latinitas Foundation

Academia latinitati inter omnes gentes fovendae

Latinitas in tela totius terrae - gateway of the Grex Latinus group, including a page devoted to the "ars docendi"

Cambridge Schools Classics Project - with information of setting up Latin groups in schools, and distance learning for independent learners

Latin in Action - material for teaching Latin to beginners

Documents pédagogiques proposed by GELAHN (a French association of Classics teachers in Upper Normandy)

Teaching Reports

 Dr. Victoria Moul (Cambridge), Latin for Early Modernists, University of Oxford, Lent and Trinity Terms, 2009