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Hosted By Regis High School

Program Description

Living Latin in New York City is a two-day Living Latin conference in the heart of Manhattan hosted at Regis High School by The Paideia Institute. It is designed to allow teachers and students of Latin to explore and practice the active use of Latin in the classroom. Held in historic Regis High School, the program includes lectures on various aspects of Latin language and pedagogy and smaller sessions in which participants practice speaking Latin themselves. The conference also offers optional spoken Ancient Greek sessions and lectures. Daily coffee hours and one optional group dinner allow for informal contact and exchange with other participants. Professional development credit is available.


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Theme

The theme for the 2022 conference is Festivals and Celebrations

Location

LLiNYC 2022 will be held at at Regis High School, located at 55 E 84th St, New York, NY. Regis High School is fully accessible to wheelchairs and the accessible entrance is on 85th Street, but must be opened from the inside of the building. Please reach out to [email protected] if you will need to use the accessible entrance or have questions about accessibility.

Housing

The Paideia Institute has reserved a limited block of rooms at the Courtyard by Marriott Upper East Side, available to conference participants at a reduced group rate. Participants can check availability through this link.

Schedule

The conference runs 9am - 5pm on Saturday February 19th and Sunday February 20th. More precise scheduling information will be made available in the weeks leading up to the event. 

Prerequisites

This conference is most appropriate for undergraduate or graduate students in Latin, high school teachers, and Professors of Classics.  Well-qualified and mature high schoolers with a strong background in Latin also welcome.  No experience speaking Latin is required!

Fees and Deadlines

The registration fee for Living Latin in New York City is $150 for registrations completed by February 1. This fee includes all program materials as well as breakfast and coffee hour daily. Registrations after February 1 will incur a late fee of $25 in addition to the registration fee. 

Scholarships

Thanks to the support of our donors and sponsors, the registration fee may be reduced or waived for students and teachers who would like to attend the conference, but cannot do so for financial reasons.  Requests for scholarships should be sent by email to [email protected].