Conventiculum Dickinsoniense (2009–)
A six-day immersion seminar in active Latin led by Terence Tunberg and Milena Minkova.

Dickinson Latin Summer Workshop (2006–)
A six-day reading seminar intended for teachers of Latin, as a way to refresh the mind through study of an extended Latin text, and to share experiences and ideas.

Dickinson Latin Workshop (2001–)
A full-day Saturday workshop with a visiting scholar.

 

Past events

2017

  • Terence Tunberg and Milena Minkova, Conventiculum Dickinsoniense, July 2017
  • Chris France and Marc Mastrangelo, Psychomachia, July 2017

2016

2015

  • Caroline T. Schroeder (University of the Pacific), Children and Education in Late Antiquity, March 2015
  • Terence Tunberg and Milena Minkova, Conventiculum Dickinsoniense, July 2015
  • Chris Francese and Andrew Fenton, Ilias Latina, July 2015

2014

  • Terence Tunberg and Milena Minkova,  Conventiculum Dickinsoniense, July 2014
  • Chris Francese and Wells Hansen, Dickinson Latin Workshop, July 2014

2013 

  • Andrew Becker (Virginia Tech) “Sound (and Sometimes Sense) in Latin Verses: Accents, Rhythms, Meters, Poems,” March 23, 2013.
  • Terence Tunberg and Milena Minkova, Conventiculum Dickinsoniense, July 5–11, 2013.
  • Christopher Francese and Meghan Reedy, Ovid’s Fasti, Book 4, July 11-16, 2013
  • David Gilman Romano (University of Arizona), and Nicholas Stapp (University of Arizona), “Ancient Corinth and Roman City Planning,” November 16, 2013.

2012

  • Terence Tunberg and Milena Minkova, Conventiculum Dickinsoniense, July 6-12, 2012
  • Christopher Francese and Meghan Reedy, Propertius’ Elegies, July 13-17, 2012

2011

  • Hans-Friedrich Mueller (Union College) “Julius Caesar in his Time: The General as Historian” March 26, 2011
  • Terence Tunberg and Milena Minkova, Conventiculum Dickinsoniense, July 5 -11, 2011
  • Christopher Francese and Meghan Reedy, Tacitus’ Germania, July 13-17, 2011
  • Carl J. Richard (University of Louisiana, Lafayette) “Greeks and Roman Bearing Gifts: How the Ancients Inspired the Founding Fathers,” November 11, 2011.

2010

  • Terence Tunberg and Milena Minkova, Conventiculum Dickinsoniense, July 5 -10, 2010.

2009

  • Stephen Heyworth (Wadham College, Oxford University), “Roman Myth and Ovid’s Fasti” Febraury 21, 2009.
  • Christopher Francese and Meghan Reedy, Cicero’s De Re Publica, July 12–17, 2009. 

2008

  • Christopher Francese and Meghan Reedy (Dickinson College), Catullus (entire), July 13-19, 2008.

2007

  • Christopher Francese and Meghan Reedy (Dickinson College), Seneca’s De brevitate vitae, July 15–21, 2007.

2006

  • Christopher Francese, Ovid's "little Aeneid" (Metamorphoses 13.623–14.582), July 23–28, 2006.

2005

  • John Donahue (William & Mary), “From Dining Table to Banquet Hall Workshop,” November 5, 2005.

2004

  • R. Scott Smith and Stephen Trzaskoma (University of New Hampshire) “How Did the Greeks Believe in their Myths?” November 6, 2004.

2003

  • Garrett Fagan (Pennsylvania State University) “Attractions of the Arena: Roman Gladiatorial Spectacles” March 8th, 2003.
  • Madeleine Henry (Iowa State University) “Ancient Roman Women,” November 8th, 2003.

2002

  • Ann Olga Koloski-Ostrow (Brandeis University), “Pompeii and Herculaneum: Windows on Roman Life” February 23, 2002.

2001

  • John Traupman (St. Joseph’s University), November 10, 2001.