First ALL LATIN roundtable discussion at Kalamazoo mediaeval studies congress!

Msgr. Daniel Gallagher of the Vatican's Office of Latin Letters sends us the following announcement about the first all Latin roundtable discussion at the International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo:


Quando: Idibus Maiis, ab hora X matutina ad horam XI et semihoram

Ubi: Universitas Michiganensis Occidentalis, aula "Schneider" 1274

Argumentum: De lingua Latina vivente in studiis mediaevalibus huius temporis

Nuntium de colloquio invenitur in pagina LXIV Libelli Congressus, ad quod accessum habetis in hoc situ interretial.

Sciatis etiam convivium, nullius nisi iucunditatis et humanitatis causa, habebitur eodem die, hora quinta et quadrante vesperi, Septentrionali Americano Latinitatis Vivae Instituto (SALVI) necnon Instituto "Paideia" praebendum, in aula "Fetzer" 2020.

I'm sure that this unique and excellent event will draw a crowd, so you might want to get there early to get a good seat.

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.


Summer Program in Medieval Latin (Columbus, OH)

My Ohio Dominican University colleague Matthew Ponesse is directing a new Summer Program in Medieval Latin:

This summer Ohio Dominican University will offer a Summer Program in Medieval Latin. The program has been developed for students pursuing graduate studies in the fields of medieval history, literature, philosophy, or theology, but also serves those with a general interest in Medieval or Ecclesiastical Latin. The Summer Program in Medieval Latin offers non-credit courses to students at various levels of Latin competency:
Beginner/Review Course
June 13 - July 8, Monday-Friday, 9:00 -10:00 a.m.
Intermediate Medieval Latin
June 13- July 8, Monday-Friday, 10:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Advanced Medieval Latin
July 11- August 5, Monday-Friday, 12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
Limited on-campus housing is available for interested students. The deadline for applying to the Medieval Latin Summer Program is May 1, 2011. 
The program has a website and the program application can be found here