The Louisiana Classicist

February 22, 2012

the snow in Rome blows mostly in the Fo-rum

Filed under: just for fun — Ann E. M. Ostrom @ 9:32 am
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some images of the snow in Rome early in February, 2012, via The Atlantic‘s photography blog In Focus:

forum Romanum

(Filippo Monteforte/AFP/Getty Images)


colosseum

(Reuters/Gabriele Forzano)

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October 8, 2010

AIA New Orleans lectures 2010-11

Filed under: meetings — Ann E. M. Ostrom @ 8:46 am
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A good variety of lectures on tap for this academic year (I do wish I had found these links in time for the opening lecture of the season):

2 November 2010 – “The Petrified City: Reading the Marble Plan of Rome” by Prof. Susann S. Lusnia

21 February 2011 – “Pausanius’ Visit to Corinth: Coins and Architecture” by Prof. Michel Amandry

12 April 2011 – “Dragons of the North: The World of Viking Longships” by Prof. John Hale

All lectures take place at 8pm on the campus of Loyola University, in Nunemaker Auditorium, Monroe Hall, 3rd floor.

October 6, 2010

Classical Summer School 2011

Filed under: announcement,opportunities — Ann E. M. Ostrom @ 2:11 pm
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submitted by Susann Lusnia (Tulane University, New Orleans) via LCA Secretary Albert Watanabe:

Spend the summer of 2011 at the American Academy in Rome!

Dr. Lusnia will be the director of this program starting this summer, 2011. She writes: “I am hoping that I might get some applications from qualified secondary school teachers in Louisiana. . . . Fulbright funds up to 10 teachers to attend the Classical Summer School (20 June – 29 July) and the Vergilian Society‘s Cumae program (first two weeks of August). Interested teachers will need to apply to me for the AAR program and to the American Councils for the Fulbright grant.”

Dr. Lusnia included some informational material about the summer program, which “focuses on the development of the ancient city of Rome from its earliest settlement to the time of Constantine.”

Applications must be received by January 18, 2011
Arrangement for room and board can be made via this form

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