DICKINSON SUMMER GREEK WORKSHOP: JULY 17-21, 2023
Format: online only
Moderators: Prof. Mallory Monaco Caterine (Tulane Univeristy) and Prof. Scott Farrington (Dickinson College)
Our text for 2023 is Plutarch’s Mulierum Virtutes (“Bravery of Women”). Unlike Thucydides’ Pericles, Plutarch believed that the names of virtuous women ought to be widely known, and he produced this book, he tells us, to prove that womanly virtue and manly virtue are one and the same. Join us and delight in unsurpassed examples of courage and bravery from all over the ancient world. Learn how the Trojan women selected the site of Rome, how the women of Salmantica faced down Hannibal’s thugs, and how Valeria and Cloelia escaped the grip of Tarquin’s sons.
We will read the Greek text with vocabulary lists in the style of the Dickinson College Commentaries. We hope that this workshop will lead to the creation of a new commentary for DCC, and workshop participants will be invited to participate in that project.
The workshop will take place on Zoom from 1:00 to 4:30 p.m. Eastern Time, US.
TO APPLY: please email Mrs. Stephanie Dyson, Classical Studies Academic Department Coordinator (email@example.com). Include your email and the name of the workshop you plan to attend. A non-refundable fee of $200.00 is due by June 1, 2023, in the form of a check made out to Dickinson College, mailed to Stephanie Dyson, Department of Classical Studies, Dickinson College, Carlisle PA 17013.