Eighteen Institutions Participate in Fall Courses
|September 10, 2012||Posted by admin under News||
Faculty and students from 18 institutions are participating in the courses on Homeric Poetry and Medieval Latin this semester. Some students are taking the courses for credit through their institutions, while others watch the weekly lectures as part of an independent study. The enrollments for the courses are 18 students in Greek and 46 students in Latin.
The Greek faculty giving lectures during the common sessions this fall are: David Carlisle (Cornell College), Ryan Fowler (Center for Hellenic Studies), Scott Garner (Rhodes College), Halford Haskell (Southwestern University), Richard Martin (Stanford University), Kenny Morrell (Rhodes College), Nigel Nicholson (Reed College), Arum Park (Brigham Young University), Brett Rogers (University of Puget Sound), Joe Romero (University of Mary Washington), Holly Sypniewski (Millsaps College), and Heather Vincent (Eckerd College).
The Latin faculty giving lectures during the common sessions this fall are: Bridget Balint (Indiana University), Sarah Bond (Marquette University), Brad Cook (University of Mississippi), Curtis Dozier (Vassar College), Ryan Fowler (Center for Hellenic Studies), Halford Haskell (Southwestern University), Steve Maiullo (Hope College), Kristina Meinking (Elon University), Joseph Romero (University of Mary Washington), Scott Rubarth (Rollins College), Lindsay Samson (Agnes Scott College), Susan Satterfield (Rhodes College), and Holly Sypniewski (Millsaps College).