• Living Latin in New York City

    Living Latin in New York City

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    Join us in NYC on February 17-18, 2024 for the Paideia Institute's annual Latin and Ancient Greek conference. The conference theme this year is Technology in Antiquity.
  • Living Latin in Paris

    Living Latin in Paris

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    Living Latin in Paris is an intensive Latin experience focusing on Medieval Latin and set in Paris.
  • Travel Programs

    Travel Programs

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    Paideia's travel programs allow participants of all ages to study Latin and Ancient Greek texts in the ancient places they describe.
  • Classical Tours

    Classical Tours

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    The Paideia Institute offers logistical planning and support for study abroad trips and programs for high schools & universities.

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Travel Programs

Read Greek and Latin texts, visit beautiful historical settings connected to those texts, and practice speaking Greek and Latin as living languages.


Online Classes

Learn Latin, ancient Greek, classical history, mythology, literature and more.


Self Paced Online Course

Living Latin is a self-paced online course that offers a complete introduction to the Latin language




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Nexus Classics Community

Nexus is the Paideia Institute’s community to help classicists stay connected to the classics and to one another. Continue your classical education beyond school with our community!



Our local and online events provide year-round opportunities to experience Latin and Greek as living languages and develop meaningful personal connections with the ancient world.

In Medias Res

On didactic epic and the mnemonic power of poetry.

The Entrancing Way to Learn

Aaron Poochigian |
An excerpt from Aaron Poochigian's contemporary didactic epic, Central Park.

Two Cuttings from Central Park

Aaron Poochigian |
The first installment of the magazine's new series of reflections on teaching and learning in the classical humanities.

Why Classics?

Daniel Walden |