A Horace Workbook

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Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2005 - Education - 203 pages
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David Murphy earned his Ph.D. in Classics from Columbia University. Since 1982 he has been teaching Latin and Greek at the secondary school level, including courses that prepare students for both the Vergil and the Latin Literature AP exams. He served as an AP reader for eight years, the last as a table leader, and was trained to give AP workshops for teachers. He has taught Classics since 1993 at The Nightingale-Bamford School where he is now Head of the Upper School. He has given papers at meetings of the American Philological Association, the Classical Association of the Atlantic States, and other conferences and has published on paleology, textual criticism, and ancient philosophy. Publications include The Basis of The Text of Plato s Charmides in Mnemosyne 55, 2002 and Doctors of Zalmoxis and Immortality in the Charmides in Proceedings of the V Symposium Platonicum (2000), and co-author, A Horace Workbook (2005). Ronnie Ancona is the author of Time and the Erotic in Horace's Odes (1994), Writing Passion: A Catullus Reader (2004), Horace: Selected Odes and Satire 1.9 (1999, 2nd edition, 2005), co-editor of Gendered Dynamics in Latin Love Poetry (2005), co-author A Horace Workbook (2005), and editor of Latin Scholarship/Latin Pedagogy (forthcoming). Her research interests include Latin lyric poetry, women in Greece and Rome, and Latin pedagogy. She is currently Professor of Classics at Hunter College and The Graduate Center (CUNY), and Director of Hunter's MA in the Teaching of Latin. She has been an AP Latin Exam Reader and has conducted College Board AP Latin workshops for teachers.

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