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JACT and the Classical Association Complete Merger

The merger between JACT and the CA has now been completed.   For all information regarding Omnibus, Membership and Classics Teaching Activities please contact the CA www.classicalassociation.org/contact.html   For Summer Schools, please see the information on this site.    

CA and JACT Merge

As of the 4th October 2014, JACT and the Classical Association reached an agreement whereby our two organisations merged effective from the 2nd January 2015. All JACT activities, such as events, INSET and teaching support, are now carried out under the auspices of the CA, as is the publication of our journals. In practical terms this means all JACT […]

Bologna University Greek and Latin Summer School

The Department of Classics and Italian studies (http://www.ficlit.unibo.it) of Bologna University offers an intensive three week Greek and Latin Summer School. The school offers courses in Latin (beginners and intermediate) and in Greek (beginners) and the possibility of combining two courses (Latin & Greek) at a special rate. The courses will be held in Bologna […]

Euroclassica Summer Schools

The ACADEMIA SAGUNTINA, European School in Classical Civilisation, will bring together young people from different European countries up to Saguntum (Valencia)-SPAIN in order to work in a very active and practical way on daily life in ancient Rome and on ancient Greek drama. The dates are Sunday 29th June – Sunday 6th July 2014. ACADEMIA […]

UCL Year 12 Summer Challenge – Archaeology

UCL is hosting a course entitled ‘Archaeology – Ethics and Artefacts’ this summer which may be of interest to any state schools with students who have an interest in Classics/Ancient History/Archaeology – see below for details! *** UCL Archaeology Summer Challenge The course will involve both some work with artefacts and also a broader investigation […]

Postgate and Walbank courses for teachers of Ancient History

The two next courses are in Bristol (15 and 16 April) and Birkbeck College, London (27 and 28 May). The courses, being run jointly between Liverpool University and other partner departments, are intended primarily to support new or prospective teachers of ancient history at school level, whether they are experienced Classics teachers, teachers of other […]

Classics courses at ICE

Please find below some information on forthcoming Classics courses at the University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education (ICE). A full list can be found at www.ice.cam.ac.uk/classics.   All but one of the following are weekend courses that take place at the home of ICE, Madingley Hall. A grand 16th-century country house three miles west […]

Survey on the Future of JACT

Dear all, If you have a few moments and want to offer you views on the future of JACT please fill in the short survey below https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1tATSaKoxq34hwkEwh96GcRBdUN2pmbnAgTuiapdAtGI/viewform (Many thanks to Ben Hayes for compiling).

New Perspectives on Virgil’s Georgics

University College London, 3-4 April 2014 (D103 UCLU Building, 25 Gordon Street) While T. S. Eliot celebrated the Aeneid as ‘the classic of all Europe’, the importance of Virgil’s Georgics within European cultural traditions has often been overlooked. This interdisciplinary and international conference will provide the forum for a long-overdue reappraisal of the Georgics and its contribution to the […]

THE BRITISH SCHOOL AT ATHENS INTENSIVE COURSE FOR SCHOOL TEACHERS

‘War, Sport, and Festivals in Ancient Greece’ 16th – 20th July 2014   The British School at Athens invites applications for a four – day intensive course for school teachers of Greek civilisation which explores the themes of war, sport, and festivals of ancient Greece through guided site tours. The course will cover a number […]