i – Introducing Pasts Imperfect: a weekly newsletter amplifying and supporting public writing focused on a global antiquity.
“The Man Behind the Myth: Should We Question the Hero’s Journey?”
“Addressing Pedagogy in a Pandemic” Sarah E. Bond and Colin McCaffrey
ii – Aventine Hill Archaeological Box Home Page
iii – Build learning skills with new Delphi Philosophy resources!
iv – A searchable site – ‘A Cornucopia of Classics Resources: Diverse Food for Thought’ – to highlight innovative work by female scholars and scholars of colour, enabling both staff and students to gain fresh perspectives on the ancient world.
v – Sovereign Education Lectures Archive.
vi – Five seminar discussions led by Oxford academics. These seminars will take place online every month from November 2021 to March 2022. Being Human, Worcester College
vii – Thanks to support from @Classical_Assoc, soon be a free online video lesson for schools: From earth to finished article, Duncan from @Clayground_Co shows how to make a Highgate Ware pot (Twitter link):
viii – LATIN EXCELLENCE PROGRAMME what do teachers need to know?
£4m Latin Excellency Programme to increase uptake of the subject at GCSE level. “The scheme will include trips to sites with Roman heritage. Studying the ancient world helps us look at ourselves, and our own problems, afresh and with clearer eyes.” Mary Beard
Thousands more students to learn ancient and modern languages
Jimmy Mulville, chairman of Classics for All and Managing Director of Hat Trick Productions, said: “Any move by government to re-establish the teaching of any of the classical subjects in state schools is most welcome so this initiative focusing on Latin is a good start to that ultimate goal.”