Living Latin in New York City 2018

Living Latin in New York City 2018
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Living Latin in New York City 2018

Fordham University at Lincoln Center
February 17-18, 2018

The Paideia Institute is proud to announce its sixth annual Living Latin in NYC conference, a two-day Living Latin and Greek experience in the heart of Manhattan, hosted jointly with the Fordham University Department of Classics. This conference, one of the largest active Latin gatherings in the world, is designed to allow teachers and students of Classics to explore and practice the active use of Latin and Greek. In the setting of Fordham University's Lincoln Center Campus, the program includes lectures on various aspects of active Latin and Greek pedagogy and workshops in which participants practice and observe spoken Latin and Greek techniques themselves. Daily coffee hours and one optional group dinner allow for informal contact and exchange with other participants and free Latin and Greek conversation. Professional development certificates and Continuing Educational Units are available.

This year, LLiNYC will feature a renowned group of guest speakers and instructors from all over the globe, including:

María Luisa Aguilar, Collegium Latinitatis
Justin Slocum Bailey, Indwelling Language
Peter Barrios-Lech, University of Massachusetts Boston
Anna Conser, Columbia University
Jules Felix Culot, Academia Vivarium Novum
Jim Dobreff, University of Massachusetts Boston
Daniel Gallagher, Cornell University
John Kuhner, SALVI
Nancy Llewellyn, Wyoming Catholic College
Matthew McGowan, Fordham University
Eric McKenna Hanses, Fordham University
Chikondi Medson, University of Kentucky
Milena Minkova, University of Kentucky
Alex Petkas, Princeton University
Lorina Quartarone, University of Saint Thomas
Christophe Rico, The Polis Institute
Jorge Tárrega, University of Valencia
Terence Tunberg, University of Kentucky

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Registration Information

The registration fee for the program is $125. This fee includes all materials as well as breakfast and coffee hour daily. Learn more about the conference and register via our website or by clicking the registration button below. 

Thanks to the support of our donors and sponsors, limited scholarships are available for students and teachers who would like to attend the conference, but cannot do so for financial reasons. Requests for scholarships should be sent to and will be considered on a first come first served basis.
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