Lectures & Events
Friday, 3 February, 3:30 pm, Eaton 201
Tufts' first Middle School Latin Teachers workshop and
Keeping Latin current and beloved for our middle school students
Technology in the middle school classroom
Choosing textbooks or instructional materials
Please plan to bring one lesson plan, project, or SMART goal to share.
We hope this can be an opportunity for teachers to share resources and
for graduate and undergraduate students to learn more about the field.
Refreshments available. Please RSVP to
Susan Setnik or
Molly Duncan by February 2nd
if you plan to attend or have any questions.
Wednesday, 8 February, 6:00PM, Barnum 104
Matthew Landauer, University of Chicago
Open Initiative & Democratic Control in Ancient Greece.
Wednesday, 28 September 2016
6:00PM, Olin Center 007
Tufts Classics Department welcomes a guest lecture by Prof. Dag
Nikolaus Hasse (Würzburg): "Identifying anonymous translators from
Arabic into Latin. Solving problems of philology and computational
Friday, 14 October 2016
12:00PM, Eaton 201
All are invited to a presentation of the Summer 2016 Concordia projects.
Second-year MA candidates in Archaeology, Chelsea Bright and James
Prosser will regale us with tales of their work with The Caere
Excavation in Cerveteri, and The Gabii Project in Rome, respectively.
Lunch will be provided.
Come for lunch and to see the kinds of project in which our students are
Opportunities and funding are available for both graduate and
undergraduate students through the Concordia and Witherby
Friday, 28 October 2016
3:30-5:00PM, Eaton 203
"Survival Tips" Open House: Teachers of Latin, Greek, and Classical
Humanities. Returning new teachers, prospective teachers, prospective
licensure graduate students.
Wednesday, 2 November 2016
12:00-1:20PM, Eaton 203
Shirley Lowe: "Teaching Latin/Ancient Languages to All Students"
Tuesday, 15 November 2016
1:30-2:30PM, Granoff 251
Akira Yatsuhashi's lecture: "Touches of the Classical World in Nishiwaki