The Paideia Institute's First Annual
Roger S. Bagnall
Emeritus Leon Levy Director at the Institute at the Study of the Ancient World
Henry Putnam University Professor of History, Princeton University
Monday, May 14th, 2018
The University Club
1 W. 54th St. New York, NY
About The Honoree
The Paideia Institute is proud to present its first Arete Award to Roger S. Bagnall. Professor Bagnall has distinguished himself with a long career of teaching, scholarship, and institutional leadership devoted to the study of the ancient world. He was Professor of Latin and Greek and Professor of History at Columbia University for 33 years before becoming the first Leon Levy Director of the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World at New York University. Professor Bagnall has written and lectured extensively on Ancient Greece and Egypt, has contributed greatly to the development of the humanities and our knowledge of antiquity, and has served in leadership positions in numerous scholarly societies.
About The Paideia Institute
Funds raised at this event will support the work of the Paideia Institute, a non-profit organization with the mission of revitalizing the teaching of the Latin and ancient Greek language and classical culture. Paideia's initiatives include study abroad programs teaching Latin and Greek language, literature, and material culture in situ in Italy, Greece, and France. The Institute also runs domestic outreach programs such as Aequora, an after school program that offers free Latin and Greek instruction in underserved communities to improve students' English literacy. All funds raised at this event will go to support scholarships to the Paideia Institute's programs and to support its outreach initiatives.
Tickets and tables are available for this event at the following prices:
Tables (10 Tickets)