FP (RSA 2012, 22-24 March, Washington D.C): Schools of Greek in the Renaissance: Teaching Tools and Classroom Practice
Schools of Greek in the Renaissance: Teaching Tools and Classroom Practice By the second half of the Quattrocento, the opportunities to learn Greek in Italy and elsewhere multiplied. Although recent studies have remarkably increased our knowledge of the teaching of Greek during the Renaissance, some questions are still waiting for an answer: did teaching practice and methods differ in the various schools? What textbooks, tools, and methodologies did teachers of different geographical areas employ? Which factors or circumstances influenced similarities and/or differences between schools? Etc. We accept papers on all aspects related to the teaching and learning of the Greek language, preferably focusing on regional differences. To propose a paper, please submit an abstract (150 words) and a brief CV, including contact information and affiliation to both panel co-organizers: Federica Ciccolella (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Luigi Silvano (email@example.com) by June 5.