Teaching Neo-Latin: examples of current practices
This page only includes links to websites which give a flavour of the actual teaching/learning methods or of their syllabus. Suggestions for further links are welcome.
See also the SNLS's own Neo-Latin Anthology.
University level in the UK and Ireland
Cambridge University: Introduction to Neo-Latin Literature 1350-1700 (undergraduate)
The Warburg Institute: MA in Cultural and Intellectual History 1300-1650 (postgraduate -see the core course on 'Humanism' and 'Language classes')
Reading Groups, Summer Schools and Skills Development courses
Birkbeck College, University of London: Neo-Latin Reading Group
Cambridge University, Department of History and Philosophy of Science: Latin Therapy Group
The Warburg Institute: Renaissance Latin Group Warburg (two-week course)
General propagation and promotion of the Latin language
Latinitas in tela totius terrae - gateway of the Grex Latinus group, including a page devoted to the "ars docendi"
Cambridge Schools Classics Project - with information of setting up Latin groups in schools, and distance learning for independent learners
Latin in Action - material for teaching Latin to beginners
Documents pédagogiques proposed by GELAHN (a French association of Classics teachers in Upper Normandy)