Faculty Development Seminars Application and Program Information

The planning/faculty development seminars for Fall 2011 Sunoikisis courses will be at the Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington, D.C. from June 11-21. The courses are Hellenistic Literature and Literature from the Roman Empire, 70-180 C.E. Professors interested in attending the seminar(s) can apply online. The application is due May 1, 2011.

Greek Course Development Seminar – June 11 – 17
Greek Hellenistic Literature
Seminar Consultant: TBA

Seminar Schedule:

  • Arrivals: Saturday, June 11
  • Seminar: Sunday, June 12 – Wednesday, June 15
  • Common Day: Thursday, June 16
  • Departures: Friday, June 17

Latin Course Development Seminar – June 15 – 21
Latin 395: Literature from the Roman Empire, 70-180 C.E.
Seminar Consultant: Professor Carole Newlands (University of Colorado, Boulder)

Seminar Schedule:

  • Arrivals: Wednesday, June 15
  • Common Day: Thursday, June 16
  • Seminar: Friday, June 17 – Monday, June 20
  • Departures: Tuesday, June 21

Application and Program Details:

Professors interested in attending the seminar(s) will need to apply. The application, due May 1, 2011, is available at http://sunoikisis.facultysem.questionpro.com.

The Center will provide housing and board. Participants or their sponsoring institutions will be responsible for the costs of travel to and from the center. All participants will receive a stipend of $500.

Participation in the seminar will be limited to ten faculty members. The application deadline is May 1, 2011, but the seminar will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis, with the following priorities. Those who will be offering the course for undergraduates at their institutions in the fall of 2011 will receive priority. Second priority will go to new faculty members, i.e., those who are emerging from graduate programs to take up their first teaching posts. Those who have never attended a seminar sponsored by Sunoikisis will receive third priority.

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