A Review of The Penguin Book of Greek and Latin Lyric Verse

With an Ancient Song in My Heart

Mark Buchan |

A Review of The Penguin Book of Greek and Latin Lyric Verse

In this second installment of the magazine's

How I came to read other people's garbage, I mean, became a papyrologist

Michael McOsker |

In this second installment of the magazine's "Why Classics?" column, Michael McOsker reflects on his meandering journey to Papyrology.

Medusa arrives on the scene of a Classical feminist mini-genre.

A Review of Stone Blind, by Natalie Haynes

AnnMarie Patterson |

Medusa arrives on the scene of a Classical feminist mini-genre.

Win a trip to Greece this summer!

The 2024 Paideia High School Essay Contest

Allegra Forbes |

Win a trip to Greece this summer!

An interview with Robert Conn, founder of the Thaden School's Latin program, about his experience with his students at the Paideia Institute's annual spoken Latin and Greek conference.

Why You Should Bring Your High School Latin Students to Living Latin in NYC

Allegra Forbes |

An interview with Robert Conn, founder of the Thaden School's Latin program, about his experience with his students at the...

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

Two Cuttings from Central Park

Aaron Poochigian |

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

On didactic epic and the mnemonic power of poetry.

The Entrancing Way to Learn

Aaron Poochigian |

On didactic epic and the mnemonic power of poetry.

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

Why Classics?

Daniel Walden |

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

How Homeric language might be found or lost in translation.

A Review of Emily Wilson's Iliad

Mark Buchan |

How Homeric language might be found or lost in translation.

Why we should be trying to bring students of Ancient Greek closer to modern Greece's language and culture.

Greek to Us

Jason Pedicone |

Why we should be trying to bring students of Ancient Greek closer to modern Greece's language and culture.