Schola Aestiva 2021

[EN] (wersja polska poniżej)

Due to the ongoing pandemic, our summer school cannot be held in its usual form. Therefore—just like last year—we decided to offer a series of 30-hour online courses that will take place in July and August via Zoom.

You will find course descriptions below. The number of participants is limited to 10 per group. (The minimum number of participants needed to start each course is 5.)

Teachers will be sending messages to their students by email. You will receive meeting details before the start of classes, so please check your email box regularly.

Registration starts on May 18 and ends by June 25. There are two registration forms:

Latin course registration form
Greek course registration form

Please make sure you have entered your email address correctly.

After completing a registration form, you will receive a confirmation email (please be patient, messages are not generated automatically) with a request to pay a participation fee into the following account:

Beneficiary’s Name and Address:

Polskie Towarzystwo Filologiczne
Zarząd Główny
ul. Komuny Paryskiej 21
PL-50-451 Wrocław

Beneficiary’s Bank Name and Address:

Santander Bank Polska SA
Aleja Jana Pawła II 17
00-854 Warszawa

Beneficiary’s Bank A/C No:

PL 95 1090 2503 0000 0001 3523 0896 (PLN)
PL 89 1090 2503 0000 0001 3523 1198 – for payment in Euro
SWIFT/BIC: WBKPPLPP

Transfer description: ‘Schola aestiva 2021’ and participant’s name (for example: Schola aestiva 2021 John Smith).

You are kindly asked to reply to our email by sending a message with a bank transfer receipt attached (as a scan, photo or PDF). The file name must begin with the surname and first name of a course participant (for example: smith_john_confirmation). Failure to submit such a receipt will result in cancellation of your registration.

The participation fee for one course is EUR 250.
The price in PLN (see below) applies also to the citizens of the following countries: Belarus, Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldavia, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Ucraine.

A special offer for participants of the groups Tirones I and Tirones provectiores I: If you choose to enrol on two courses simultaneously (Tirones I and Tirones II, or Tirones provectiores I and Tirones provectiores III), the participation fee for the second course will be reduced by 50%. (In this case please send us two forms because it is not possible to select two groups in one form).

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[PL]

Z powodu trwającej pandemii także w tym roku nasza szkoła letnia nie może odbyć się w tradycyjny sposób. Dlatego – tak jak w zeszłym roku – proponujemy Państwu serię 30-godzinnych kursów online zaplanowanych na lipiec i sierpień. Zajęcia będą odbywać się z użyciem aplikacji zoom.

Poniżej znajdą Państwo opis poszczególnych kursów na różnym poziomie zaawansowania. W każdej grupie jest dostępnych 10 miejsc (minimalna liczba uczestników w każdej potrzebna do utworzenia grupy wynosi 5 osób). 

Prowadzący zajęcia w poszczególnych grupach będą w kontakcie mailowym ze swoimi uczniami i tą drogą przed rozpoczęciem kursu prześlą im dane potrzebne do uczestnictwa w zajęciach.

Rejestracja rozpocznie się 18 maja i potrwa do 25 czerwca. Przygotowaliśmy dwa formularze zgłoszeniowe: jeden dla kursów łaciny oraz drugi dla kursów greki:

Formularz zgłoszeniowy na kurs łaciny
Formularz zgłoszeniowy na kurs greki

Po wypełnieniu i przesłaniu formularza na podany przez Państwa adres (podczas wypełniania formularza prosimy upewnić się, że podawany adres jest prawidłowy) otrzymają Państwo e-mail (prosimy o cierpliwość, wiadomości nie są wysyłane automatycznie) z potwierdzeniem rejestracji i prośbą o przesłanie opłaty za uczestnictwo na poniższe konto bankowe: 

Polskie Towarzystwo Filologiczne
Zarząd Główny
ul. Komuny Paryskiej 21
PL-50-451 Wrocław

Santander Bank Polska SA
Aleja Jana Pawła II 17
00-854 Warszawa

PL 95 1090 2503 0000 0001 3523 0896 (PLN)
PL 89 1090 2503 0000 0001 3523 1198 (dla wpłat w euro)
SWIFT/BIC: WBKPPLPP

W tytule przelewu prosimy umieścić frazę: ‘schola aestiva 2021’ oraz imię i nazwisko uczestnika kursu (np. ‘schola aestiva 2021 Jan Kowalski’).

W odpowiedzi na otrzymaną od nas wiadomość e-mail prosimy przesłać potwierdzenie bankowe dokonania przelewu (skan, zdjęcie lub PDF). Nazwa pliku musi zaczynać się od nazwiska i imienia uczestnika kursu (np. kowalski_jan_potwierdzenie). W przypadku nieprzesłania takiego potwierdzenia rejestracja nie jest ważna.

Opłata za uczestnictwo w jednym kursie wynosi:
– 350 zł (uczniowie i studenci);
– 500 zł (pozostali).

Osoby zapisujące się na dwa kursy: Tirones I + Tirones II lub Tirones provectiores I + Tirones provectiores III, za drugi zapłacą połowę ceny.
Zapisując się na dwa kursy należy przesłać dwa formularze, ponieważ nie ma możliwości wybrać dwóch grup w jednym formularzu.

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Course descriptions

Latin courses: 

Tirones I (for beginners) – teacher: Maria-Luisa Reinhard, 
Meetings: 01.07.-03.07.; 05.07.-09.07.; 13.-14.07 at 9:30-12:00 a.m. CEST.
(‘Familia Romana’, cap. I-VIII)
This course is based on the book Familia Romana by H. Ørberg (starting with Chapter I). Apart from reading, students will develop their productive skills talking about the average day.

Tirones II (for elementary students) – teacher: Carolina Szula
Meetings: 19.07-23.07; 26.07-30.07 at 9.00 – 11.45 a.m. CEST.

(‘Familia Romana’, cap. IX-XV)
This course is based on the book Familia Romana by H. Ørberg (starting with Chapter IX). Apart from reading, students will be able to develop their Latin speaking and writing skills, learn to talk about themselves and describe everyday activities. It is recommended to be familiar with the vocabulary and grammar of previous Chapters I-VIII.

Tirones III (for pre-intermediate students) – teacher: Nicolaus Marcinkowski
Meetings: 19.07-23.07; 26.07-30.07 at 9.00-10:15 – 10:30-11:30 a.m. CEST.
(‘Familia Romana’, cap. XVI-XXIII)
This course is based on the book Familia Romana by H. Ørberg (starting with Chapter XVI). Apart from reading, students will be able to develop their Latin speaking and writing skills, learn to talk about themselves and describe everyday activities. It is recommended to be familiar with the vocabulary and grammar of previous Chapters I-XV.

Tirones IV (for intermediate students) – Teacher: Christophorus Bekieszczuk
Meetings: 19.07-23.07; 26.07-30.07 at 10:30-13:10 CEST.

(‘Familia Romana’, cap. XXIV-XXX)
During this course for pre-intermediate students, we will read and discuss entirely in Latin Familia Romana by Hans Orberg (starting with Chapter XXIV). The course is meant to develop not only reading comprehension but also speaking and writing skills. The knowledge of the vocabulary and grammar (mainly verbal inflection) from the previous chapters is expected.

Tirones provectiores I – teacher: Anna Rogowska-Wandowicz
Meetings: 5.07-9.07;12.07-16.07 at 9.30-12:00 a.m. CEST.

The course is intended for students who have studied Latin before and have at least basic knowledge of grammar, but have never used Latin as a communicative language.

Tirones provectiores II – teacher: Christophorus Bekieszczuk
Meetings: 19.07-23.07; 23.07-30.07 at 16:00-18:40 CEST.

This course is based on the anthology Sermones Romani edited by Hans Orberg. We are going to read excerpts from Cicero, Aulus Gellius, Phaedrus and historians as well as Hermeneumata of the Pseudo-Dositheus. Many of these texts have the form of dialogues to offer students the finest examples of Latin conversations composed by the ancient authors. Auxiliary reading materials will be De viris illustribus urbis Romae and Fabulae Syrae.

Tirones provectiores III – teacher: Elisabeth Górka
Meetings: 19.07-23.07; 26.07-30.07 at 9.00-11.30 a.m. CEST.

In the first part of this course we will be reading some interesting excerpts from various ancient Latin authors, such as Catullus, Vergilius, Tibullus, Phaedrus, Aulus Gellius. We will discuss the text entirely in Latin and do some exercises including writing, storytelling, describing pictures and playing games. The second half of this course will be dedicated to Neo-Latin authors, in whose writings we will discover traces of the previously read ones. We will focus on writers such as Titus Vespasianus Strozzi, Ioannes Pontanus, Iohannes Cochanovius, Leo Baptista Alberti, Poggius Florentinus.

Tirones provectiores IV – teacher: Darius Ruda
Meetings: 05.07.21-09.07.21; 12.07.21-16.07.21; 19.07.21-23.07.21 at 16.00-18.00 CEST.

This course is based on the first chapters from Roma Aeterna and independent writing and speaking exercises; in the second half of the course most of the class will also be dedicated to reading and debating extracts from Europa Heautentimorumene by Andrés Laguna.

Greek courses: 

Tirones I (for beginners) – teacher: Sebastianus Baranowski
Meetings: 2.08-6.08; 9.08-13.08 at 10:00-12:30 a.m. CEST.

Complete basics of the ancient Greek language. Through various materials we will learn the alphabet and pronunciation, learn to understand and produce simple utterances in the Attic dialect, and acquire basic communication skills. The course is addressed to people who have never studied ancient Greek. Knowledge of Latin is not mandatory.

Tirones II (for middle-level beginners) – teacher: Rorericus Portela
Meetings: 5.07-9.07; 12.07-16.07 at 15:00-17:30 CEST.

This group is intended for middle-level beginners with some at least passive knowledge of ancient Greek. We will use Ἀθήνᾱζε (Italian edition) as the base text for the lessons, starting on chapter 10. Students should be already familiar with the declensions and personal and reflexive pronouns, as well as with some forms of εἰμί and of the active and middle voice of verbs in -ω/-άω/-έω (present of the indicative mood, present infinitive, imperative and participle). If you have at least passive knowledge of that grammar, welcome to the group! We will first review basic grammar and vocabulary while introducing ourselves and the story contained in the previous chapters of the book. Then you will be gradually taken deeper into learning the language by using it.

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Our team

Magistri linguae Latinae:

Tirones I
Marie-Luise Reinhard main’s interests are Classical studies, especially Latin pedagogy and its history, as well as being a professional contralto and mezzo-soprano. Her interest in the history of classical scholarship led to her Ph.D. project on Johann Matthias Gesner’s (1691–1761) theories of Latin pedagogy, supervised by the philologists Christine Walde (Mainz) and Fabio Stok (Rome) and funded by two scholarships from Tor Vergata University (Rome) and the Collegio Universitario dei Cavalieri di Lavoro ‘Lamaro Pozzani’ (Rome). She has been teaching Latin in the Accademia Vivarium Novum (Frascati/Rome), Studia Latinitatis (Freiburg/online) and in Athena Nova (Milan/online). 

Tirones II
Karolina Szula is a student of Classics at the University of Wrocław. She is interested in the history of medicine, especially in medieval Poland and is writing her master dissertation on medical manuscripts written by Thomas of Wrocław. She has been teaching at the Schola Aestiva Posnaniensis and is currently teaching in the XIV high school in Wrocław using Living Latin.

Tirones III
Mikołaj Marcinkowski is a student of Classics and Polish Philology at the University of Wrocław interested mainly in Neo-Latin Polish poetry. He taught Latin during Schola Aestiva Posnaniensis in 2019 and 2020. His main passion is learning and teaching languages and in his free time he travels, reads and plays string instruments.

Tirones provectiores I
Anna Rogowska-Wandowicz having studied Latin using the grammar-translation method, she got fascinated by Living Latin and developed a passion for teaching. She is currently teaching Latin at Wrocław Medical University and working on her Ph.D. in linguistics at the University of Wrocław. Her research interests include Latin pedagogy and the history of education.

Tirones provectiores III
Elżbieta Górka is particularly interested in Neo-Latin literature and is writing her doctoral dissertation on the pastoral poetry of the Neo-Latin poet, Battista Mantovano. She holds a master’s degree in Classics from the University of Wrocław. Her research areas include Augustan poetry, the image of women in Latin literature, cognitive psychology, and psycholinguistics. In addition to her classical studies, she is pursuing a master’s degree in psychology at the University of Wrocław. Elisabeth has been teaching Latin at the Paideia Institute (USA), Schola Aestiva Posnaniensis (Poland), and the University of Wrocław (Poland). 

Tirones provectiores IV
Darius Ruda teaches languages, history and European studies at Novosibirsk State University and St. Petersburg Higher School of Economics. He has several degrees in Classical Philology and European Studies from six universities in four different countries and he has studied Latin and humanistic studies at the Academy Vivarium Novum of Rome. He is interested in the role of Latin in European culture and is passionate about languages. Darius Ruda is conversational in fourteen of them and is acquainted with some others and he has years of practice both learning and teaching grammar.

Magistri linguae Graecae:

Tirones I
Sebastian Baranowski known also as Augustus is interested in didactics and history of classical languages and in everything that connects classical philology with music (both in theory and in practice). He teaches Latin and Greek in Student Research Group of Young Classics at University of Warsaw (KNMK UW) and as Latine loquens takes part in the great movement of living Latin. He spends his free time being creative in music, writing and visual arts and on listening attentively to wild birds.

Tirones II
Rodrigo Portela is interested in technology, other communication-related fields and linguistics — particularly phonetics, language use and didactics. Having participated in the living Latin and its active teaching movement for about twenty years, he’s now also involved with ancient Greek in the same ways. Besides his regular courses of Latin, ancient and modern Greek as a self-employed teacher, he’s also often collaborating in other courses like this one and courses for future or active teachers.

Schola Aestiva 2020 – registration / zapisy

schola aestiva MMXX

Registration starts on Saturday (25/07/2020) and will last until next Thursday (30/07/2020). Fill the aplication form.

After completing it, you will receive an e-mail with confirmation of registration (please make sure you have entered your address correctly) and a request to transfer the participation fee to the account:

Polskie Towarzystwo Filologiczne
Zarząd Główny
ul. Komuny Paryskiej 21
PL-50-451 Wrocław

Santander Bank Polska SA
Aleja Jana Pawła II 17
00-854 Warszawa
PL 95 1090 2503 0000 0001 3523 0896 (PLN)
PL 89 1090 2503 0000 0001 3523 1198 – for payment in Euro
SWIFT/BIC: WBKPPLPP

In the transfer title enter please: ‘Schola aestiva 2020’ and name of the participant (for example: Schola aestiva 2020 John Smith).

The registration will be valid only if you send us a bank confirmation of the transfer (scan, photo or PDF).

See courses description and dates.

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Rejestracja na tegoroczną scholę rozpocznie się w sobotę (25 lipca) i potrwa do czwartku (30 lipca). Wypełnij formularz zgłoszeniowy.

Po wypełnieniu formularza na adres podany przez Państwa w formularzu otrzymają Państwo od nas wiadomość e-mail (podczas wypełniania prosimy upewnić się, że podawany adres jest prawidłowy) z potwierdzeniem rejestracji i prośbą przesłanie opłaty za uczestnictwo na poniższe konto bankowe:

Polskie Towarzystwo Filologiczne
Zarząd Główny
ul. Komuny Paryskiej 21
95 1090 2503 0000 0001 3523 0896 (konto dla płatności w złotówkach).

W tytule przelewu prosimy wpisać ‘Schola aestiva 2020’ oraz imię i nazwisko UCZESTNIKA kursu (np. Schola aestiva 2020 Jan Kowalski).

W odpowiedzi na otrzymaną od nas wiadomość e-mail prosimy przesłać potwierdzenie bankowe dokonania przelewu (skan, zdjęcie lub PDF). W wypadku nieprzesłania takiego potwierdzenia rejestracja zostanie anulowana.

Opis i terminy kursów.

Schola Aestiva 2020

schola aestiva MMXX

[PL]

Po wielu perypetiach plan tegorocznej scholi jest gotowy i możemy go udostępnić. Dziękujemy za cierpliwość i przepraszamy za zwłokę.

 

W tym roku oferujemy serię kursów on-line – pierwsze z nich rozpoczną się 3 sierpnia, wszystkie zaś będą odbywały się od poniedziałku do piątku w podanych niżej godzinach. W każdej grupie jest 10 miejsc.

 

Opłata za uczestnictwo w jednym kursie wynosi 400 zł. Rejestracja rozpocznie się 25 lipca i zakończy się 30 lipca. Link do formularza zgłoszeniowego oraz dane do przelewu zostaną opublikowane tutaj w sobotę 25 lipca o 15:00. Po przesłaniu formularza zgłoszeniowego każdy otrzyma wiadomość mail z prośbą o przesłanie (skanu lub zdjęcia) potwierdzenia przelewu bankowego.

 

Wszystkie kursy będą odbywać się na platformie e-learningowej Moodle Wydziału Filologii Polskiej i Klasycznej UAM. Każdy uczestnik musi założyć na niej konto używając tego linku: https://maius89.maius.amu.edu.pl/~moodleifp/. Po dokonaniu rejestracji i przesłaniu potwierdzenia przelewu otrzymają Państwo kod dostępu do wybranego przez siebie kursu.

Opis kursów znajdą Państwo poniżej. Wszystkie godziny podane zostały wg czasu polskiego.

 

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[ENG]

After many adventures with modern technology our course plan is ready and we can finally announce it. We thank you for your patience and apologize for the delay.

This year we are offering a series of on-line courses which will start on 03/08/2020 and will be held every day from Monday to Friday. We have prepared 10 places in each group.

The participation fee for participating in one course is PLN 400 or EUR 100. Registration starts on Saturday (25/07/2020) and will last until next Thursday (30/07/2020). The application form and bank transfer details will be published here on Saturday (25/07/2020) at 15.00 CEST. After completing the form, each participant will receive a message asking them to send a confirmation of payment.

All courses will be held on the Teaching Platform Moodle of Faculty of Polish and Classical Philology, Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznan. Each participant must create an account on it using the link https://maius89.maius.amu.edu.pl/~moodleifp/. After registering we will send you an access code to the course of your choice.

List and description of the courses:

Latin courses:

Tirones I – teacher: Anna Rogowska-Wandowicz.
From 03/08/2020 to 21/08/2020, 9.30-11.30 a.m. CEST.
This is a group for total beginners—this course is based on book Familia Romana by H. Ørberg (starting with Chapter I).

Tirones II – teacher: Nicolaus Marcinkowski.
From 10/08/2020 to 28/08/2020, 10.00-12.00 a.m.  CEST.
Tirones II— this course is for elementary students and is based on book Familia Romana by H. Ørberg (starting with Chapter IX). Apart from reading, students will be able to develope their Latin speaking and writting skills, learn to talk about themselves, describe everyday activities and have simple conversations. It is recommended to be familiar with the vocabulary and grammar of previous Chapters I-VIII.

Tirones III – teacher: Carolina Szula
From 10/08/2020 to 28/08/2020, 10.00-12.00 a.m. CEST.Tirones III—for pre-intermediate students with knowledge of Latin basics—this course is based on book Familia Romana by H. Ørberg (starting with Chapter XX). Also students will read other authors e.x. Caesar and develop their writing and speaking skill.

Tirones provectiores

Tir. prov. 1. – teacher: Darius Ruda
From 03/08/2020 to 21/08/2020, 16:00-18:00 CEST.
Tirones provectiores—this course is based on the first chapters from Roma Aeterna and independent writing and speaking exercises; in the second half of the course part of the class will also be dedicated to extracts from Confessions by Augustine.

Tir. prov. 2. – teacher: Christophorus Bekieszczuk
From 03/08/2020 to 14/08/2020, 16.45-19.15 CEST.
This course is based on anthology Sermones Romani edited by Hans Orberg. We are going to read excerpts from Plautus, Cicero, Phaedrus and historians as well as Hermeneumata of the Pseudo-Dositheus. Many of these texts have the form of dialogues to offer students the finest examples of Latin conversations composed by the ancient authors. Auxiliary reading materials will be Fabulae Syrae and De viris illustribus urbis Romae.

Tir. prov. 3. – teacher: Christianus Kupfer
From 03/08/2020 to 21/08/2020, 9.00-11.00 a.m. CEST.
In this course, we follow the well-known “varietas delectat” principle. We will discuss a wide variety of topics in Latin in order to expand your “copia verborum”, write and tell stories, describe pictures, read interesting short texts, and practice important aspects of the Latin language in a lively and playful way through a number of games and exercises. As a common thread we will read, and especially listen to, the highly entertaining Latin novel “Ad Alpes”. Venite quam plurimi!

Veterani – teacher: Caecilia Koch
From 03/08/2020 to 28/08/2020, 15.00-16.30 CEST.
The subject of this course will be excerpts from different Latin authors dealing with laudes Italiae. The method of teaching will be oral: the focus will be on listening comprehension:  students will be required to understand the texts read aloud by the teacher and paraphrase them in Latin.

Greek courses:

Tirones I – teacher: Rodericus Portela
From 03/08/2020 to 21/08/2020, 10.00-12.00 a.m. CEST.
This group is intended for false beginners or middle-level beginners with some elementary knowledge of ancient Greek. We will use Ἀθήνᾱζε (Italian edition) as the base text for the lessons, starting on chapter 6. Students should be already at least passively familiar with the declension (first and second, personal pronouns), as well as with some forms of of εἰμί and of the active voice of verbs in -ω/-άω/-έω (present tense of the indicative mood, present imperative, present infinitive). If you have at least passive knowledge of that grammar, welcome to the group!

First, we will review basic grammar and vocabulary while introducing ourselves and the story contained in the previous chapters of the book. Then you will be gradually taken deeper into learning the language by using it.

Tirones II – teacher: Rodericus Portela
From 03/08/2020 to 21/08/2020, 15.00-17.00 CEST.
This group is intended for advanced beginners with some knowledge of ancient Greek. We will use Ἀθήνᾱζε (Italian edition) as the base text for the lessons, starting on chapter 12. Students should be already at least passively familiar with the declensions and personal and reflexive pronouns, as well as with some forms of εἰμί and of the active and middle voice of verbs in -ω/-άω/-έω (present and aorist of the indicative mood, present and aorist infinitive, imperative and participle). If you have at least passive knowledge of that grammar, welcome to the group!

First, we will review some grammar and vocabulary while introducing ourselves and the story contained in the previous chapters of the book. Then you will be gradually taken deeper into learning the language by using it.

Veterani – teacher: Robertus Salazar Morales
From 03/08/2020 to 21/08/2020, 14.00-16.00 CEST.
This group is directed to higher-intermediate and advanced students with fairly proficient knowledge of ancient Greek. The course will be based on excerpts from original Greek texts, mainly ancient plays (tragedy and comedy), combined with original exercises in advanced thematic vocabulary and advanced morphology drills. It will also provide students with useful expressions for Greek conversation on more advanced topics. All participants must be familiar with the main inflexion system (nominal and verbal) and have enough vocabulary to handle Greek theatrical texts from the Classical period (choral strophes not included).

Schola Aestiva MMXX per rete habenda

Carissimi amici,

in the present situation our summer school cannot take place its previous form within previously announced days. The organizers of many summer schools of ancient languages found themselves in a similar situation and decided to call off their courses. However, we would like to take up a new challenge and organize this year our schola aestiva online in a new formula.

The online course will certainly not replace our meetings in free time after classes, our conversations during lunch and walks around the city, excursions and going out to the pub (cauponationes) with those who like pergraecari noctem (especially in Greek), but we hope that it will diversify our everyday life when we are forced to stay at home, allow us to gain new experiences and make a new Latin and Greek friends from all over the world.

All interested in the course, please complete the questionnaire. This is not yet an application form – the questionnaire will help us to learn how many people would be interested in our event and to choose the best ways to organize it.

If you inscribe your e-mail address into the form we will be able to send you further information about this year’s summer school.

Curate ut valeatis!
Martinus vester

Schola Aestiva Posnaniensis MMXX

Hoc anno schola nostra fiet diebus 27. m. Iulii – 9. m. Augusti. Erunt scholae Latinae et Graecae, ut fieri solet.

Cum promississem plura de schola huius anni me nuntiaturum esse post Idus Martias, hanc promissionem ut praestem, vos certiores fieri volo, quod:

  1. Propter metum pestilentiae, quae nunc inter Europaeos impune vagatur, regimen Rei Publicae Polonorum decrevit (ut pestilentiam praeveniret) claudendas esse scholas et universitates a die 11. m. Martii usque diem 24. eiusdem mensis. Fieri potest (et – ut suspicor – fiet), ut illud temporis intervallum longius statuatur. In dies etiam plures leges feruntur de populi salute tuenda et de pestilentia domanda.
  2. Magnificus Rector Universitatis Posnaniensis die 10. m. Martii revocare iussit omnes lectiones et scholas habendas a die 11. eiusdem mensis usque diem, qua novum decretum de hac re edatur.
  3. Nunc studemus omnes lectiones scholasque universitatis agere per rete, quod tamen non omnibus in disciplinis fieri potest, qua de causa fieri poterit, ut hic annus academicus quibusdam diebus (aut mense) longior sit futurus nec non examinum sessio, quae mense Iunio fieri solet, mense Iulio aut etiam Augusto sit futura.

Quibus de causis his diebus, quae nunc sunt, scholam instituendam non possum curare et nil certi nuntiare. Cum tamen putem scholam NON ESSE REVOCANDAM (quia quattuor menses adhuc restant, quibus omnia in antiquum statum redire possunt), suspicor difficultates esse orituras in schola habenda diebus, quas nuper nuntiavimus.

Manete quaeso patientes et novos nuntios exspectantes.

Martinus vester

Schola Aestiva Posnaniensis MMXIX

schola 2019 praeconium

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Imo ex corde invitamus omnes linguarum classicarum cultores ad Scholam Aestivam Latinitatis Graecitatisque Vivae Posnaniensem participandam, quae hoc anno fiet diebus 29. m. Iulii – 11. m. Augusti in aedibus Universitatis Posnaniensis (in Instituto Studiorum Philologiae Classicae, sito in Collegio Maiore, via Fredry 10, Poznań).

Lectiones linguae Latinae et Graecae secundum methodum naturalem habebuntur diversis in gregibus:

Scholae Latinae in 5 (aut 6) gregibus habebuntur (horis 10:00-13:30):
1. Tironum I (qui numquam Latine didicerunt, utemur Familia Romana Oerbergii cap. I-X);
2. Tironum II (tractabimus X-XX capitula Familiae Romanae);
3. Tironum III, qui tractabunt capitula XX-XXX Familiae Romanae)
(4. Tironum IV, qui tractabunt capitula XXX-XV Familiae Romanae et quaedam ex Roma Aeterna – si plures venient, qui id agere velint);
5. Tironum provectiorum (grex iis destinatus, qui iam Latine didicerunt, sed numquam aut raro Latine locuti sunt);
6. Veteranorum (iis destinatus, qui expedite Latine loquuntur).

Nonnullis scholis inseremus quoque partes libelli novissimi FORUM.

Scholae Graecae in 3 gregibus habebuntur (horis 15:00-18:30):
1. Tironum (qui numquam Graece didicerunt);
2. Tironum mediorum (qui grammatice didicerunt nec loquuntur);
3. Veteranorum (qui bene sciunt Graece et opera Graeca legere possunt).

Praeter haec diebus habebitur etiam schola de poesi Latina conscribenda, quam Martinus Freundorfer praeparabit.

Hoc anno docebunt:
Martinus Freundorfer, Caecilia Koch, Anna Rogowska, Elisabeth Górka, Martinus Loch, Rogerus Toledo, Rodericus Portela Sanchez, Robertus Salazar, nec non alii praeceptores optimi.

Participibus reservantur cubicula in deversorio studiosorum nomine JOWITA (via Zwierzyniecka 7; http://dsjowita.home.amu.edu.pl/) pretio modico: circa 10 nummis Europaeis pro prima nocte et circa 5 nummis Europaeis pro omni nocte sequenti.

Stips pro participatione:
Europais Occidentalibus 200 Nummi Europaei (si cui studiosi aut discipulo nimium est, rogare potest, ut pretium sibi diminuatur)
Polonis et Orientalibus: 200 PLN.

Schedula inscriptionis 2019 – LAT

Si quoque plura scire velis, roga eundem Martinum.

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Zapraszamy do udziału w kolejnej edycji Poznańskiej Letniej Szkoły Żywej Łaciny i Greki. Zajęcia będą odbywać się codziennie w dniach 29 lipca – 11 sierpnia 2019 r. w Instytucie Filologii Klasycznej UAM (ul. Fredry 10, Poznań).

Zajęcia będą odbywać się z wykorzystaniem metody bezpośredniej na 5 (lub 6) poziomach zaawansowania (w godzinach 10:00-13:30):

1. Tirones I – zajęcia przeznaczone dla osób, które nigdy nie uczyły się łaciny (będziemy realizować cap. I-X podręcznika Familia Romana);
2. Tirones II – zajęcia przeznaczone dla osób, które poznały już podstawy łaciny (będziemy realizować cap. X-XX podręcznika Familia Romana);
3. Tirones III – będą realizować rozdziały XX-XXX podręcznika Familia Romana);
(4. Tirones IV – będą realizować rozdziały XXX-XXXV podręcznika Familia Romana – jeśli zbierze się taka grupa);
5. Tirones provectiores
 – grupa dla osób średniozaawansowanych;
6. Veterani – zajęcia dla osób z zaawansowaną znajomością języka łacińskiego.

Podczas zajęć wykorzystamy także fragmenty najnowszego podręcznika FORUM (http://www.polisjerusalem.org/forum-speaking-latin).

Zajęcia z greki będą zaś odbywać się na trzech poziomach zaawansowania (w godzinach 15:00-18:30):

1. Tirones – zajęcia przeznaczone dla osób, które nigdy nie uczyły się greki;
2. Tirones medii – zajęcia przeznaczone dla osób, które uczyły się greki, ale nie mówią i nie czytają biegle w tym języku bez słownika;
3. Veterani – zajęcia przeznaczone dla osób z zaawansowaną znajomością starożytnej greki.

W tym roku zajęcia poprowadzą m.in.
Martinus Freundorfer, Caecilia Koch, Anna Rogowska, Elżbieta Górka, Marcin Loch, Rogelio Toledo, Rodrigo Portela Sanchez, Roberto Salazar i inni.

Dla uczestników organizujemy nocleg w akademiku Jowita (ul. Zwierzyniecka 7; http://dsjowita.home.amu.edu.pl/, pokoje dwuosobowe w standardzie studenckim) – opłata za pierwszą dobę 48,60 zł, za kolejne 21,60 zł. Wyżywienie we własnym zakresie.

Opłata za uczestnictwo to 200 zł (dla studentów UAM kurs jest bezpłatny).

Formularz zgłoszeniowy 2019 – POL

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We are excited to announce the schedule of the next edition of our Summer Living Latin and Ancient Greek School in Poznań, Poland. The classes take place every day from 29 July to 11 August, 2019 (location: Instytut Filologii Klasycznej UAM, Fredry 10, Poznań).

Our courses, which adopt the Direct Method, are offered at five(or six) proficiency levels in Latin (h. 10:00-13:30):

  1. Tirones I—for total beginners—this course is based on Chapters I-X from Familia Romana by H. Ørberg and selected passages from the new handbook FORUM (http://www.polisjerusalem.org/forum-speaking-latin);
  2. Tirones II—for elementary students—this course is based on Chapters X-XX from from Familia Romana by H. Ørberg and selected passages from the new handbook FORUM;
  3. Tirones III—for pre-intermediate students with knowledge of Latin basics—this course is based on Chapters XX-XXX from Familia Romana);
  4. (Tirones IV—this course is based on Chapters XXX-XXXV from Familia Romana and some Chapters from Roma Aeterna; this course will be offered only with sufficient enrolment).
  5. Tirones provectiores—for intermediate students;
  6. Veterani—for advanced students.

In our classes we incorporate also selected passages from the newest handbook FORUM ((http://www.polisjerusalem.org/forum-speaking-latin).

Greek classes are offered at three levels (h. 15:00-18:30):

  1. Tirones—for those who have never studies Ancient Greek before;
  2. Tirones medii—for pre-intermediate students with knowledge of Ancient Greek basics;
  3. Veterani—for advanced students.

This year our courses are conducted by such instructors as Cecilie Koch, Anna Rogowska,  Elżbieta Górka, Rogelio Toledo, Rodrigo Portela Sanchez, Roberto Salazar, Marcin Loch, Martin Freundorfer.

We organise lodging for course participants in the hall of residence “Jowita” (Zwierzyniecka 7, Poznań; double rooms, hostel standards)—a 48.6 PLN fee for the first night, then 21.6 PLN per night.

The price does not include any meals.

Participation fee:
200 EUR (For the course participants from the East, school and university students finding it difficult to pay a full amount they may apply for the discount).

Application form 2019 – ENG

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Si plura de scholis scire cupis, specta hanc pelliculam

Exoptamus vobis fausta, felicia et prospera Festa Christi Nativitatis!

Quae ut Latinius agatis, praebemus vobis Cantica Polona in Christi Nativitatem Latine conversa et modis musicis illustrata (Quae ut forma PDF excipiatis, premite HUNC nexum). Ea cantica Poloni canere solent praecipue inter cenam vigiliae Christi Nativitatis et toto quidem mense Ianuario. Sunt certe catholica, sed nonnulla ex iis etiam Christianis aliarum confessionum acceptabilia et placitura speramus.

Canite felices!

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Schola Aestiva Posnaniensis MMXVIII

schola 2018

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Imo ex corde invitamus omnes linguarum classicarum cultores ad Scholam Aestivam Latinitatis Graecitatisque Vivae Posnaniensem participandam, quae hoc anno fiet diebus 6 – 19 m. Augusti in aedibus Universitatis Posnaniensis (in Instituto Studiorum Philologiae Classicae, sito in Collegio Maiore, via Fredry 10, Poznań).

Lectiones linguae Latinae et Graecae secundum methodum naturalem habebuntur diversis in gregibus:

Scholae Latinae in 4 (aut 5) gregibus habebuntur:
1. Tironum (qui numquam Latine didicerunt, utemur Familia Romana Oerbergii cap. I-X);
2. Tironum mediorum (tractabimus X-XX capitula Familiae Romanae),
(2b. – Tironum mediorum II, qui tractabunt capitula XX-XXX Familiae Romanae – si plures venient, qui id agere velint);
3. Tironum provectiorum (grex iis destinatus, qui iam Latine didicerunt, sed numquam aut raro Latine locuti sunt);
4. Veteranorum (iis destinatus, qui expedite Latine loquuntur).

Nonnullis scholis inseremus quoque partes libelli novissimi FORUM, qui superiore anno ab Instituto POLIS publicatus est (http://www.polisjerusalem.org/forum-speaking-latin).

Scholae Graecae in 2 gregibus habebuntur (horis 15:00-18:30):
1. Tironum (qui numquam Graece didicerunt);
2. Veteranorum (qui bene sciunt Graece et opera Graeca legere possunt).

Praeter haec diebus 6.-13. m. Augusti (prima septimana scholae) habebitur etiam schola de poesi Latina conscribenda, quam Martinus Freundorfer praeparabit.

Hoc anno docebunt:
Martinus Freundorfer, Caecilia Koch, Anna Rogowska, Martinus Loch, Paulus Pezzuolo, Rogerus Toledo, Christianus Kupfer nec non alii praeceptores optimi

Participibus reservantur cubicula in deversorio studiosorum nomine JOWITA (via Zwierzyniecka 7; http://dsjowita.home.amu.edu.pl/) pretio modico: circa 10 nummis Europaeis pro prima nocte et circa 5 nummis Europaeis pro omni nocte sequenti.

Stips pro participatione: 50 Nummi Europaei.

Si quis interesse velit, impletam Schedulam inscriptionis mittat oporet usque ad diem 25 m. Iulii Martino Loch hac inscriptione utens: martinus.loch@gmail.com. Schedula servata esse debet sicuti documentum DOC, cuius titulo inseratur NOMEN et PRAENOMEN participis (instar exemplaris: forcellini.aegidius.doc).

Si quoque plura scire velis, roga eundem Martinum.

INVITATE AMICOS VESTROS! https://web.facebook.com/events/391208241393822/

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Zapraszamy do udziału w kolejnej edycji Poznańskiej Letniej Szkoły Żywej Łaciny i Greki. Zajęcia będą odbywać się codziennie w dniach 6 – 19 sierpnia 2018 r. w Instytucie Filologii Klasycznej UAM (ul. Fredry 10, Poznań).

Zajęcia będą odbywać się z wykorzystaniem metody bezpośredniej na 4 (lub 5) poziomach zaawansowania:

Tirones – zajęcia przeznaczone dla osób, które nigdy nie uczyły się łaciny (będziemy realizować cap. I-X podręcznika Familia Romana);
Tirones medii – zajęcia przeznaczone dla osób, które poznały już podstawy łaciny (będziemy realizować cap. X-XX podręcznika Familia Romana);
(Tirones medii II – będą realizować rozdziały XX-XXX podręcznika Familia Romana – jeśli zbierze się taka grupa chętnych);
Tirones provectiores – grupa dla osób średniozaawansowanych;
Veterani – zajęcia dla osób z zaawansowaną znajomością języka łacińskiego.

Podczas zajęć wykorzystamy także fragmenty najnowszego podręcznika FORUM (http://www.polisjerusalem.org/forum-speaking-latin).

Zajęcia z greki będą zaś odbywać się na dwóch poziomach zaawansowania:

Tirones – zajęcia przeznaczone dla osób, które nigdy nie uczyły się greki;
Veterani – zajęcia przeznaczone dla osób z zaawansowaną znajomością starożytnej greki.

W tym roku zajęcia poprowadzą m.in.
Cecilie Koch, Paolo Pezzuolo, Anna Rogowska, Rogelio Toledo, Marcin Loch, Christian Kupfer, Martin Freundorfer i inni.

Dla uczestników organizujemy nocleg w akademiku Jowita (ul. Zwierzyniecka 7; http://dsjowita.home.amu.edu.pl/, pokoje dwuosobowe w standardzie studenckim) – opłata za pierwszą dobę 48,60 zł, za kolejne 21,60 zł. Wyżywienie we własnym zakresie.

Opłata za uczestnictwo to 200 zł (dla studentów UAM kurs jest bezpłatny).

Formularze zgłoszeniowe (Schedula inscriptionis 2018 – POL) należy nadsyłać na adres martinus.loch@gmail.com do 25 lipca 2018 r. Plik powinien zawierać rozszerzenie DOC oraz mieć w nazwie NAZWISKO oraz IMIĘ osoby zgłaszającej się (wg wzoru: kowalski.jan.doc)
Wszelkie pytania prosimy kierować także na ten adres.

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We are excited to announce the schedule of the next edition of our Summer Living Latin and Ancient Greek School in Poznań, Poland. The classes take place every day from 6 August to 19 August, 2018 (location: Instytut Filologii Klasycznej UAM, Fredry 10, Poznań).

Our courses, which adopt the Direct Method, are offered at four (or five) proficiency levels in Latin:

  1. Tirones—for total beginners—this course is based on Chapters I-X from Familia Romana by H. Ørberg and selected passages from the new handbook FORUM (http://www.polisjerusalem.org/forum-speaking-latin);
  2. Tirones medii—for elementary students—this course is based on Chapters X-XX from from Familia Romana by H. Ørberg and selected passages from the new handbook FORUM;
    (2b. Tirones medii II—for pre-intermediate students with knowledge of Latin basics—this course is based on Chapters XX-XXX from Familia Romana; this course will be offered only with sufficient enrolment.)
  3. Tirones provectiores—for intermediate students;
  4. Veterani—for advanced students.

In our classes we incorporate also selected passages from the newest handbook FORUM ((http://www.polisjerusalem.org/forum-speaking-latin).

Greek classes are offered at two levels:

Tirones—for those who have never studies Ancient Greek before;

Veterani—for advanced students.

This year our courses are conducted by such instructors as Cecilie Koch, Paolo Pezzuolo, Anna Rogowska, Rogelio Toledo, Marcin Loch, Christian Kupfer, Martin Freundorfer.

We organise lodging for course participants in the hall of residence “Jowita” (Zwierzyniecka 7, Poznań; double rooms, hostel standards)—a 48.6 PLN fee for the first night, then 21.6 PLN per night.

The price does not include any meals.

Participation fee: 200 PLN.

Application forms are to be submitted to martinus.loch@gmail.com no later than 25 July, 2018. Each file must be in the .doc format and its name must include submitter’s SURNAME and FIRST NAME (as in: smith.john.doc). If any difficulties are encountered, please send an email to this email address too.

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Si plura de scholis scire cupis, specta hanc pelliculam:

schola foto 2(pellicula subscribitur Latine et Anglice).

Schola Aestiva Posnaniensis MMXVII

 

schola aestiva 2017

Imo ex corde invitamus omnes linguarum classicarum cultores ad Scholam Aestivam Latinitatis Vivae Posnaniensem participandam, quae hoc anno fiet diebus 17 – 30 m. Iulii in aedibus Universitatis Posnaniensis (in Instituto Studiorum Philologiae Classicae, sito in Collegio Maiore, via Fredry 10, Poznań).

Lectiones linguae Latinae et Graecae secundum methodum naturalem habebuntur diversis in gregibus:

Scholae Latinae in 4 gregibus habebuntur:
1. Tironum (qui numquam Latine didicerunt, utemur Familia Romana Oerbergii cap. I-X), scholae habebuntur cottidie horis 10:00-14:00;
2. Tironum mediorum (tractabimus X-XX capitula Familiae Romanae), scholae habebuntur cottidie horis 15:00-18:00;
3. Tironum provectiorum (grex iis destinatus, qui iam Latine didicerunt, sed numquam aut raro Latine locuti sunt), scholae habebuntur cottidie horis 10:00-14:00,
4. Veteranorum (iis destinatus, qui expedite Latine loquuntur).

Nonnullis scholis inseremus quoque partes libelli novissimi FORUM, qui nuperrime ab Instituto POLIS publicatus est (http://www.polisjerusalem.org/forum-speaking-latin).

Scholae Graecae tamen (proh dolor) Veteranis tantum praebebuntur.

Praeter haec habebitur etiam schola de poesi Latina recitanda, quam Ioannes Winge praeparabit.

Hoc anno docebunt:
Caecilia Koch – Veteranos Latinos
Darius Ruda – Tirones provectiores Latinos
Martinus Loch – Tirones Latinos
Paulus Pezzuolo – Veteranos Graecos nec non partim Tirones et Veteranos Latinos
Ioannes Winge – scholas praebebit de poesi recitanda.

Participibus reservantur cubicula in deversorio studiosorum nomine JOWITA (via Zwierzyniecka 7; http://dsjowita.home.amu.edu.pl/) pretio modico: circa 10 nummis Europaeis pro prima nocte et circa 5 nummis Europaeis pro omni nocte sequenti.

Stips pro participatione: 50 Nummi Europaei.

Si quis interesse velit, impletam Schedulam inscriptionis 2017 LAT mittat oporet usque ad diem 20 m. Iunii Martino Loch hac inscriptione utens: martinus.loch@gmail.com. Schedula servata esse debet sicuti documentum DOC, cuius titulo inseratur NOMEN et PRAENOMEN participis (instar exemplaris: forcellini.aegidius.doc).

Si quoque plura scire velis, roga eundem Martinum.

Hic quoque insero programma scholae superioris anni (ut videre possis, cuius generis schola sit):
Programma scholae 2016 – SEPTIMANA PRIMA
Programma scholae 2016 – SEPTIMANA ALTERA

INVITATE AMICOS VESTROS! 🙂 https://web.facebook.com/events/476736129384795/******************************************************************

Zapraszam do udziału w kolejnej edycji Poznańskiej Letniej Szkoły Żywej Łaciny. Zajęcia będą odbywać się codziennie w dniach 17 – 30 lipca 2017 r. w Instytucie Filologii Klasycznej UAM (ul. Fredry 10, Poznań).

Zajęcia będą odbywać się z wykorzystaniem metody bezpośredniej na 4 poziomach zaawansowania:

Tirones – zajęcia przeznaczone dla osób, które nigdy nie uczyły się łaciny (będziemy realizować cap. I-X podręcznika Familia Romana); zajęcia będą odbywać się codziennie w godzinach 10:00-14:00.
Tirones medii – zajęcia przeznaczone dla osób, które poznały już podstawy łaciny (będziemy realizować cap. X-XX podręcznika Familia Romana); zajęcia będą odbywać się codziennie prawdopodobnie w godzinach 15:00-18:00.
Tirones provectiores – grupa dla osób średniozaawansowanych; zajęcia będą odbywać się codziennie w godzinach 10:00-14:00.
Veterani – zajęcia dla osób z zaawansowaną znajomością języka łacińskiego.

Podczas zajęć wykorzystamy także fragmenty najnowszego podręcznika FORUM (http://www.polisjerusalem.org/forum-speaking-latin).

Zajęcia z greki w tym roku dedykujemy osobom, które uczyły się już starożytnej greki.

W tym roku zajęcia poprowadzą m.in.
– Cecilie Koch, wiceprezes L.V.P.Ae (zajęcia z łaciny dla zaawansowanych)
– Darius Ruda – zajęcia z łaciny dla średnio zaawansowanych
– Marcin Loch, doktorant w naszym instytucie (zajęcia z łaciny dla początkujących)
– Paolo Pezzuolo ze Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa (zajęcia z łaciny dla średniozaawansowanych oraz z greki dla zaawansowanych)

Dla uczestników organizujemy nocleg w akademiku Jowita (ul. Zwierzyniecka 7; http://dsjowita.home.amu.edu.pl/, pokoje dwuosobowe w standardzie studenckim) – opłata za pierwszą dobę 48,60 zł, za kolejne 21,60 zł. Wyżywienie we własnym zakresie.

Opłata za uczestnictwo to 200 zł (dla studentów UAM kurs jest bezpłatny).

Formularze zgłoszeniowe (Schedula inscriptionis 2017 – POL) należy nadsyłać na adres martinus.loch@gmail.com do 20 czerwca 2017 r. Plik powinien zawierać rozszerzenie DOC oraz mieć w nazwie NAZWISKO oraz IMIĘ osoby zgłaszającej się (wg wzoru: kowalski.jan.doc)
Wszelkie pytania prosimy kierować także na ten adres.

Poniżej (w celach poglądowych) załączam program zeszłorocznego kursu:
Programma scholae 2016 – pierwszy tydzień kursu
Programma scholae 2016a – drugi tydzień kursu