How did anyone survive as independent scholars, developing professionals, latrine-bound time-killers, and academic researchers before the Internet? Here are relatively recent articles related to ancient history, education, or the Classics which may interest Latin teachers and their ilk.
1. How did Ancient Greeks learn Latin?
Dickey, E. (2015). Teaching Latin to Greek speakers. In E. P. Archibald, W. Brockliss, & J. Gnoza (2015), Learning Latin and Greek from antiquity to the present (pp. 30-51). Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press.
2. Why do teenagers take Latin?
Goodman, E. K. (2015). The National Latin Survey: Latin in Secondary Schools Needs Analysis [Applied lingustics project]. In Academia.edu. Retrieved from https://www.academia.edu/22880257/The_National_Latin_Survey_Latin_in_Secondary_School_Needs_Analysis_Discussion_of_Topics_of_Study_2015
3. What was posca and when did Romans drink it?
4. How did Flavius Scorpus go from slave to superstar?
Weisberger, M. (2019, April 17). This slave in Ancient Rome became the empire’s chariot-racing superstar. Live Science, Future plc, 17 Apr. 2019, https://www.livescience.com/65258-ancient-rome-chariot-superstar.html
5. How can teachers cultivate student awareness of ancient diversity?
Barnes, J. (2018). Developing students ideas of diversity in the ancient and modern worlds through the topic of Alexandria in the Cambridge Latin Course, Book II. Journal of Classics Teaching,19(37), 1-9. doi:10.1017/s2058631018000016