Summer Program in Medieval Latin (Columbus, OH)

Now in its second year, the Medieval Latin Summer Program at Ohio Dominican University is accepting applications. There are three courses: 

Beginner/Review Course
June 18 - July 13, Monday-Friday, 9:00 -10:20 AM 
The Beginner/Review course provides an intensive introduction to the basics of Latin grammar and requires no previous preparation in the Latin language.
Intermediate Medieval Latin
June 18- July 13, Monday-Friday, 10:30 AM -12:00 PM 
Students who have completed the Beginner/Review course or who have taken at least one year of Latin instruction at the university level may enroll in Intermediate Medieval Latin. The Intermediate course introduces students to the reading of medieval Latin texts. Selections are typically drawn from the Vulgate Bible, Church Fathers, medieval chronicles, letters, hagiography, scholastic treatises, and poetry. 
Advanced Medieval Latin
July 16- August 10, Monday-Friday, 12:00-1:30 PM 
The Advanced Medieval Latin course is intended for students who have completed Intermediate Medieval Latin or those who have who have some experience reading Medieval Latin texts. Students will be expected to read advanced texts in varying genres of medieval Latin writing.

The program website is here, and a flyer can be downloaded here. For more information, contact Dr. Matthew Ponesse.