Living Latin Online

The Middle Ages

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Dec. 26th 2020 - Jan. 3rd, 2021

COURSE DESCRIPTION

Living Latin Online: Medieval Latin is an intensive Latin experience focusing on medieval Latin. Participants read important Latin texts from the medieval period (along with other salient postclassical texts) that demonstrate the development of Latin as a language in later eras. The program's goal is to provide an intensive period of medieval Latin study and an introduction to the culture and history of the middle ages.

DAILY SCHEDULE

Sections grouped by level will meet daily from December 26th to January 3rd in a two hour block with a short break. Paideia offers flexible scheduling to meet your needs, and we welcome students from around the world to register for the course. Please indicate your availability on the registration form and notify info@paideia-institute.org of any changes or questions about your schedule. There will be a one-day break in the course on New Years’ Eve.

In addition to the individual reading and discussion sections, there will be optional lectures and activities related to the theme of medieval Latin (e.g. paleography, medieval art, open Latin conversation) open to all participants. 

PREREQUISITES

This course is open to all students with an interest in post-classical Latin, regardless of level. Please indicate your level of reading and speaking on your registration form. Students will be grouped according to their experience levels.

Participants are encouraged to communicate with instructors and each other in Latin, although beginners in speaking or reading Latin are also welcome to participate. 

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TUITION AND FEES

The tuition for Living Latin Online: The Middle Ages is $400.

SCHOLARSHIPS

The Paideia Institute is able to offer a number of full and partial scholarships to participants with financial need. Please visit our scholarships page to learn more. The scholarship deadline for this program is Dec. 4th, 2020.

Enroll

The Enrollment deadline for this program is Dec. 4th, 2020.