Session Title

Latinitas Viva I: Poetria et Paedagogia: Medieval Latin Teaching and Teaching Medieval Latin

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Paideia Institute for Humanistic Study; SALVI (Septentrionale Americanum Latinitatis Vivae Institutum): North American Institute for Living Latin Studies

Organizer Name

Diane Warne Anderson

Organizer Affiliation

Univ. of Massachusetts-Boston

Presider Name

Justin Slocum Bailey

Presider Affiliation

Indwelling Language

Paper Title 1

Mens sola loco non exulat: de exiliis ab Ovidio et Petrarca ad nostrae aetatis poetas argumentum

Presenter 1 Name

Matthew M. McGowan

Presenter 1 Affiliation

Fordham Univ.

Paper Title 2

Tu lux, tu veritas, tu es . . . Palinurus? Doctrina Christiana, Inspiratio Classica et Virgilius in Phillipide Gulielmi Britonis

Presenter 2 Name

Gregory P. Stringer

Presenter 2 Affiliation

Paideia Institute for Humanistic Study/Burlington High School

Paper Title 3

Carmina Paedagogica: Latin Poetry as "Comprehensible Input" in the Medieval and Modern Classroom

Presenter 3 Name

Diane Warne Anderson

Paper Title 4

O Tempora! O Mores! Challenges facing Medievalists in Understanding Latin

Presenter 4 Name

Mark Pearsall

Presenter 4 Affiliation

Glastonbury High School/Univ. of Connecticut

Start Date

13-5-2017 1:30 PM

Session Location

Schneider 1135

Description

Papers on the continuous tradition of Latin poetry from antiquity to the Middle Ages and the present day, along with some strategies for teaching and learning Latin drawn from medieval and early modern methods. Poets under discussion include Ovid, Seneca, Petrarch, Gulielmus Brito (13th century), and Derek Mahon (present day).

Diane W. Anderson

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May 13th, 1:30 PM

Latinitas Viva I: Poetria et Paedagogia: Medieval Latin Teaching and Teaching Medieval Latin

Schneider 1135

Papers on the continuous tradition of Latin poetry from antiquity to the Middle Ages and the present day, along with some strategies for teaching and learning Latin drawn from medieval and early modern methods. Poets under discussion include Ovid, Seneca, Petrarch, Gulielmus Brito (13th century), and Derek Mahon (present day).

Diane W. Anderson