EducationGuardian.co.uk A teacher's graduation wish: remember the value of face-to-face interaction EducationGuardian.co.uk I teach classics at a small, Jesuit university on a well-trafficked boulevard in Jersey City, across from lower Manhattan.
Wellesley professor and students excavate Bronze Age site MetroWest Daily News At a time students grow up immersed in a digital environment, he said studying ancient Greece and Rome teaches them their cultural heritage.
Confronting the Classics, by Mary Beard Irish Times (blog) But Beard's Romans are sophisticated and self-aware agents, not hobbled by any cultural cringe in the face of the Greeks in the way so many modern students of the Romans are hobbled before...
Enduring Empire The Claremont Institute Given these formidable competitors, we can share in the wonder of the Greek historian Polybius when he wrote that only the "worthless or lazy" would not want to know "how and under what government the Romans...
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