Seminar | Latin Literature of the Neronian Period

Salvete! The Center for Hellenic Studies would like to express thanks and appreciation to all the participants in the 2015 Sunoikisis Latin Course Development Seminar. From Saturday, June 6th to Tuesday, June 9th, the participants collaborated to create a dynamic syllabus focusing on Latin Literature of the Neronian Period. Students enrolled in the course this coming … Read moreSeminar | Latin Literature of the Neronian Period

Seminar | 4th Century Greek Literature

Χαίρετε! The Center for Hellenic Studies would like to express thanks and appreciation to all the participants in the 2015 Sunoikisis Greek Course Development Seminar. From Thursday, June 11th to Sunday, June 14th, the participants collaborated to create a dynamic syllabus focusing on 4th Century Greek Literature. The course will center on Plato’s Alcibiades I but will also … Read moreSeminar | 4th Century Greek Literature

Digital Platform Seeks to Match Employers, Job Seekers, and Courses (CHE)

June 24, 2015 By Meg Bernhard For Americans who don’t graduate from college with a four-year degree, finding employment can be difficult. But a new partnership between a foundation, big-name companies, and colleges hopes to make the job search easier. The collaborators — which include LinkedIn, Arizona State University, edX, the Markle Foundation, the State … Read moreDigital Platform Seeks to Match Employers, Job Seekers, and Courses (CHE)

A Long-Distance Relationship with Plato (Southwestern.edu)

Story by Kristina Moore For nearly two decades, classics majors at Southwestern have been part of a national conversation, thanks to Sunoikisis, a national consortium of Classics programs operating under the auspices of Harvard University’s Center for Hellenic Studies in Washington, D.C. Pronounced “sun-oy-kiss-iss,” the program enables Southwestern students and faculty to have opportunities normally available only at large … Read moreA Long-Distance Relationship with Plato (Southwestern.edu)

A Professor Crowdsources a Syllabus on the Charleston Shootings (CHE)

June 23, 2015 By Stacey Patton Chad Williams, chair of the department of African and Afro-American studies at Brandeis U., created #CharlestonSyllabus, a Twitter hashtag that became a resource for scholars. On Thursday morning, when Chad Williams woke up to the news that a white gunman had killed nine black people inside a historic church in Charleston, … Read moreA Professor Crowdsources a Syllabus on the Charleston Shootings (CHE)