The two terms may be taken independently of each other.
Places are limited, and the availability of this course is subject to a minimum enrolment. All classes will be taught virtually via Microsoft Teams on Thursdays from 5:00 to 6:30pm. The first term starts on 6th October 2022 and term 2 will start on 12th January 2023.
Students not enrolled in Warwick's Centre for the Study of the Renaissance pay £180 at the beginning of term. Participants from institutions belonging to the Newberry Library's Center for Renaissance Studies Consortium may be able to claim their fees back from local Newberry funds; ask your local representative for more information.
To apply to join this class during Term 2, please complete the application form here .
Former students say:
The classes have been really helpful by covering the basics and applying them to the sort of Latin documents we are likely to come across in our research. Studying Latin this way is much more relevant - and can even be fun!
The best way to learn; friendly, relaxed and informal but with a serious purpose. It is essential for my Art History studies that I improve my lapsed Latin and I appreciate the flexible structure of teaching which adapts the coursework to the needs of the current group.
Participants accepted onto the 2022-23 course, should familiarise themselves with the applicable Terms &Conditions, here.
Epigraphic manuscript NAL 1149 in the Bibliothèque nationale de France