About the Paideia Institute Press
The Paideia Institute Press publishes scholarly and pedagogical books related to the study of Latin and Greek language and literature. We aim to make our books accessible, both in terms of content and price. All profits earned from books published with the Paideia press will go to support Paideia's educational programming in Latin and Greek.
We believe scholarship should balance erudition and accessibility. Our mission at the Paideia Institute Press is to publish works that meet a rigorous scholarly standard while remaining readable and even entertaining; with Cicero we describe them as multis luminibus ingeni, multae tamen artis. We aim to reach new audiences and expand our readers’ knowledge of the Greek and Roman worlds through high-quality, interesting, and accessible works.
Our books are available for purchase on Amazon and through our online store. Click on the links below to purchase your copy of each title!
Dolphin Editions: Homer's Iliad
The Pig War. By John Placentius. Edited and translated by Michael Fontaine. Illustrated by David Beck
Quasi Labor Intus: Ambiguity in Latin Literature. Papers in Honor of Fr. Reginald Foster, O.C.D. By Michael Fontaine, Charles McNamara, and William Short
If you are a scholar of the Latin and Greek humanities, are interested in making your work accessible to a wider audience, and want to help support the study of Latin and Greek by the next generation, we'd love to work with you. Please submit proposals to [email protected].