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|Contents of CCB/BCEA 8.5 (2002 01 15)||CCB Archive
 Positions Available
(Horton High School, Wolfville; DePauw)
 Summer Study
(Classical Studies in Newfoundland; Nomoi, SFU)
 Positions Available
From: Joyce Balfour, Horton High
Senior High Latin Position
Horton High School, Nova Scotia
This position, Latin teacher at the Grades 10 and 11 levels (both introductory and second-year), is currently combined with Grade 11 Academic English and could continue as such in 2002/2003. The present teacher, who will be retiring, has taught between two and four classes of Latin each year, depending on the number of students who register for the course. The Latin curriculum is based on the Cambridge Latin Course and has been well established since 1996. For more information on the area and on Horton High School see the website at http://www.horton1.ednet.ns.ca/main.shtml
For further information contact <email@example.com>or R.Grant, Language Department Head at P.O. 1161, Wolfville, Nova Scotia, Canada BOP 1X0, or telephone (902)542-9242 in the evenings.
DePauw University -----Greencastle,
Term Positions in Classics and in Classical Archaeology
The Classics Department at DePauw University seeks applications for two full-time term positions for the 2002-2003 academic year. The positions have been approved by the administration. Ph.D. preferred, rank and salary commensurate with credentials and experience. Position 1: for a broadly trained classicist to teach Latin and Greek at all undergraduate levels and a variety of courses in translation, which might include Roman Civilization, Greek and Roman Mythology or a survey of ancient history. Position 2: for a broadly trained classical archaeologist able to teach Latin at all undergraduate levels. The candidate will teach a course in Greek, Persian and Etruscan archaeology; a course in Hellenistic and Roman archaeology; and a junior-level topics course in archaeology. Ability to teach other courses in classical civilization is also desirable. The teaching load for both positions is three courses each semester and supervision of senior projects.
DePauw is a liberal arts college of 2, 000 students. A commitment to undergraduate teaching is essential. Candidates should send a statement of teaching and scholarly interests, evidence of excellence in teaching, a curriculum vitae, and three letters of recommendation. Information about the department is available at: http://www.depauw.edu/acad/classical/. Review of completed applications will begin February 15, 2002 and continue until the positions are filled. Contact Address: Professor Carl Huffman <firstname.lastname@example.org> (765-658-4587), Chairman, Search Committee, Department of Classics, DePauw University, 400 S. Locust, Greencastle, Indiana 46135. DePauw is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minorities are particularly encouraged to apply.
For US and other jobs see the listings of the American Philological Association:
and the Atrium:
 Summer Study
From: Anthony A. Barrett,
of British Columbia <Back>
University of British Columbia
Training Excavation in Britain
Classical Studies 335
The 'Lunt' Fort at Baginton, Warwickshire, July-August, 2002
See Website: http://www.arts.ubc.ca/cnrs/lunt.htm
The Department of Classical, Near Eastern and Religious Studies at the University of British Columbia will conduct a training excavation in July/ August 2002 at the 'Lunt', a Roman fort in central England, first built under Nero (in approx. 6O AD) in connection with the revolt of Boadicea. Excavation began in the 196O's, and in 1988 UBC began work on the western defences. The site is well-known for the reconstruction of areas where excavation is completed, including part of the eastern rampart and gateway, granary (now the site museum) and gyrus (cavalry training enclosure).
Students are trained in all aspects of excavation, and subject to satisfactory performance obtain six credits for Classical Studies 335, equivalent to one full-year course. Students from other universities may take the course for transfer credit. There are no prerequisites.
The practicum will last for three weeks, from July 28- August 17. Visiting lecturers will come to the site, and excursions to other places of interest will be organized. Baginton is located near Coventry (direct bus service to London Airports), very close to Warwick, Stratford-on-Avon and the Cotswolds.
Accommodation is at the University of Coventry (under two miles from the site) in six-person flats with private bedrooms and self-catering facilities. Costs: students make their own travel arrangements to Britain and register at UBC with the appropriate fee. A charge of 350 pounds covers the cost of accommodation, local staff, excavation fees, daily transportation, excursions, and refreshments on the site for the whole period. It does not include airfare.
A deposit of $1OO (made out to 'A.A. Barrett') is required. Early registration is recommended. In the event of cancellation before all the places are taken the deposit is refunded immediately (notice will be given when all the places are taken). After that, in the event of cancellation the deposit is refunded is if the place is filled by someone on the waiting list.
For further details: Anthony A. Barrett, Department of Classical, NE and Religious Studies, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C. V6T 1Z1; Tel: (6O4) 822-4O64 (office), 228-8991 (home), Fax: (604) 822-9431.
Email (NOTE - the first element is the letter 'lrf' [for lunt roman fort]): <email@example.com>.
From: Mark Joyal, Memorial
University of Newfoundland <Back>
In Altum: Seventy-five Years of Classical Studies in Newfoundland
In Altum: Seventy-five Years of Classical Studies in Newfoundland -- a collection of nineteen original essays to mark the seventy-fifth anniversary of Memorial University¹s Department of Classics. For details about this book, including information on how to order it, see http://www.mun.ca/classics/inaltum.html; and for an online version of the departmental history which appears in the book, see http://www.mun.ca/classics/briefhistory.html.
I'd like to announce the web publication of the bibliographical web site Nomoi at www.sfu.ca/nomoi
The bibliographical efforts thus far are largely, almost entirely, the work of Ilias Arnaoutoglou. I have collaborated somewhat in getting the site up, and I will be maintaining it. I hope before long myself to add material from before 1927.
I hope that you will appreciate the image of Themis in her oracular role and consult her with joy and success.
Next regular issue 2002 02 15
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