Can We Preserve Ancient Languages for Future Generations?
If we can't inspire an interest in the next generation, do these ancient languages have a future?
Dear Classical Wisdom Reader,
Today children already have so many expectations. From excelling in school, practicing sports and hobbies, to learning languages that can give them the ‘competitive’ edge, there simply isn't enough time as it is to fit it all in.
In our modern overloaded schedules, it's extremely difficult to see how ancient Greek and Latin feature in young people's lives.
But if we can't inspire an interest in the next generation, do these ancient languages have a future?
This January 11th, we'll bring together an elite panel of ancient Greek and Latin teachers to discuss how can we instill an interest in the youth today, so we can help preserve our collective history for tomorrow.
Featuring the famous Eugenia Manolidou, Greek classical composer, and course director at ancient Greek school Elliniki Agogi, Steven Hunt, from the University of Cambridge and Classics for All, as well as Gerardo Guzmàn, ancient Greek professor at the renowned Vivarium Novum Academy in Rome.
Taking place on Wednesday, January 11th, 2023 at NOON EST:
Can't make it live? As long as you register in advance, you can receive the recording afterwards.
About our Speakers:
Eugenia Manolidou is a Greek classical composer, conductor, entertainment television presenter and course director at Elliniki Agogi, a school dedicated to the ancient Greek language, History and Philosophy to adults and children since 1994
Steven Hunt, Senior Teaching Associate at the University of Cambridge, Editor of The Journal of Classics Teaching and works with the The Association for Latin Teaching, the Cambridge Schools' Classics Project and Classics for All.
Gerardo Guzmàn is a professor of the Ancient Greek language and teaches at the famous Vivarium Novum Academy in Rome.
Make sure to register here:
I hope you can join us!
All the best,
Founder and Director