Aequora Site Fundraiser

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The Site

Living Latin in Rome is an intensive Latin experience set in the city of Rome. Participants read selections of the most important texts from across the history of the Latin language, including the late antique, Patristic, medieval, Renaissance and modern periods. Each text selected is linked to an important physical monument or place in the city of Rome, which the program visits on scheduled weekly site visits. The program’s goal is to provide an intensive and continuous period of study of Latin while helping participants form strong emotional connections with Latin literature and culture.

Living Latin in Rome lasts for five weeks in June and early July. It has five different kinds of classes: classroom sessions in air-conditioned, wifi-enabled classrooms, informal conversational Latin sub arboribus, interactive visits to important historical and literary sites in Rome, lectures in English on different aspects of Latin and its literature, and weekend trips to important sites outside of Rome.

 

The Volunteers



Thyra Altunin

Undergraduate (Classics and Music)


Walker Bailey

Aequora Site Coordinator


Hannah Baumann

Aequora Site Coordinator


Luca Bero

High school student


Diana Beste

Latin teacher, department head


Yesenia Brambila

Teaching Artist, Birthday Parties


Lauren Caldwell

Associate Professor of Classical Studies


Josephine Carroll

Aequora Site Coordinator


Mallory Monaco Caterine

Professor of Practice, Tulane University


Theodore Chung

High school student


Douglas Clapp

Associate Professor of Classics


Antigone Clark

College student


Jeremy Cohen

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