WOLFGANG DE MELO Why burn Greek and Latin down?
Category: The Future of Classics
Classics in Translation? A Personal Angle (Part I)
WOLFGANG DE MELO On the value of translation.
Biennium Beantium: Two Years of Antigone
WE ARE HAVING Plenty of fun.
Tempora Mutantur: Two Decades as a Classics Librarian
CHARLOTTE GOODALL Change and continuity in Classics collections.
Two Greeks, Two Romans, and a Monsterdog: A Balloon Debate with ChatGPT
A TALE OF SKY-HIGH CHAOS As told by Artificial Intelligence
The Value of Secondary-School Latin: A Student’s View
PATRICK HOMES What brings pleasure in the classroom?
The Old School of Classics and the New
R.Y. TYRRELL An 1880s satire for 2020s Classics?
How to Argue with Ted Turner’s Dad
GAVIN McCORMICK Why bother studying Classics?
Classical Christian Education and Classics: What’s in a Name?
JOSEY WRIGHT How can two traditions combine?
A Serious Reckoning with the Past of Classical Studies
ERIC ADLER Isn't justice blind?
Requiem for Latin Classes
JAN KWAPISZ On Latin as a lifeline in learning.
Classics and Freedom in the Younger Europe
MATEUSZ STRÓŻYŃSKI Adam Mickiewicz on fighting tyranny
Sing to me, Muse: The Power of Museums
SAM ANDERSON Bringing the textbooks to life.
Classics in UK Universities: cui bono?
DAVID BUTTERFIELD Where are we going with all this?
Gilbert Highet, the First Celebrity Classicist
ROBERT J. BALL What does it mean to promote Classics to the public?
Murray and Dodds and Page (oh my!): On the Pleasure and Value of Wissenschaftsgeschichte
THEODORE NASH Hellenistic Warfare in Inter-war Oxford.
Suburani: Writing a New Latin Reading Course
LAILA TIMS How to create a new world for Latin learners?
It Starts with Homer: Writing a Classics Curriculum
SAM ANDERSON How to inspire a new generation of Classicists when time is tight?
The Paper Anniversary: Antigone’s First Year
ANTIGONE Gives a birthday speech.
Communicating Classics: How Social Media Helps Create Classicists
MOLLY WILLETT How to share the Greeks and Romans far and wide.
Why Should We Save the Classical Tradition?
RAFAŁ TOCZKO The ineluctable importance of the Greco-Roman legacy.
Visions of Rome: An Interview with Mary Beard
MARY BEARD Caesars, Statues, and Classics Now.
Can Music Help Your Latin?
GAVIN McCORMICK What can be learned from Ecclesiastical Latin?
In Praise of Parsing
JOHN CLAUGHTON Let Latin be Latin.
Ars longa, vita brevis: Active Latin in the Classroom
MELINDA LETTS How speaking Latin can bring it to life.
The Battle of the Classics: The Humanities without Humanism
ERIC ADLER Do universities serve the interests of the Humanities?
Ubi est piscina? Teaching Ancient and Modern Languages
JUDY NESBIT Why Latin merits a different approach.
Centiens adsentiens: Antigone’s semestral survey
ANTIGONE Rounds up the first six months.
From Big Digs to Small Things Forgotten: the Past, Present, and Future of Classical Archaeology
ULRIKE KROTSCHECK Our ever-evolving engagement with Greco-Roman material culture.
In praise of Frank M. Snowden, Jr: a personal tribute
LINDSAY JOHNS Celebrating the most influential Black Classicist of the 20th century.
100 Days of Antigone
ANTIGONE Briefly raises the bat to mark the century.
Mourning Howard Classics
ANIKA PRATHER Why the loss of one Classics department would be such a loss for the discipline.
The Ghost of Classics Yet to Come
STEPHEN FRY Classics is dead; long live Classics!
The “Newer Naso” Competition Winners
THE NEWER NASO The First Antigone Competition
Cui bono? In Search of Useful Latin
JESSICA GLUECK Uncovering the American mission to teach "Vocational Latin".
A Classic Mistake: Ceding Greece to the Ancient Greeks
KATHERINE KELAIDIS How to study the Ancient Greeks without forgetting those that came after.
A Showman’s Odyssey
MILLY AYERS An inspiring journey into Classics.
First Thoughts on the “New Naso”
CLASSICAL SCHOLARS explore the New Naso
Why We Need Antigone
EDMUND STEWART To forge a vision for the future, look back to learn from the past.