SALVI (Septentrionale Americanum Latinitatis Vivae Institutum or North American Institute for Living Latin Studies) is pleased to announce two full-immersion Latin seminars for Summer 2012:
Septimana Californiana, July 2-9, 2012, in Los Angeles, California
Septimana Californiana, based on the lovely campus of Loyola Marymount University, is a full-immersion Latin workshop offering thought-provoking discussions, readings from Latin literature, Latin composition exercises, communal meals (most of which are included in the price), and informative lectures given by expert Latin speakers on a variety of topics. Participants will also enjoy guided tours, given in Latin, to many of Los Angeles' world-famous sights. Excursions include the Santa Monica Pier, Venice Beach, Griffith Observatory, the Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, and the Getty Villa.
Rusticatio, July 12-19, 2012, in Charles Town, West Virginia
Rusticatio is a full-immersion Latin workshop offering high-energy conversation exercises and readings from Latin literature. In a supportive, intimidation-free environment, Rusticatio participants live together for seven days while they speak, read, write, cook and relax—all while communicating entirely in Latin. Through a variety of exchanges, including instructional sessions, a common kitchen, daily shared tasks, down-time, and excellent food and wine (which are abundant and included in the price), Rusticatio participants enjoy a feeling of camaraderie while they experience first-hand various teaching methods that are directly applicable to teaching Latin in the classroom.
For more information and applications, please visit the "Programs" section of the SALVI web site at http://www.latin.org
Myers, J. [Latinteach] SALVI Summer Latin Workshops. Latinteach listserv (email@example.com, 10 Nov 2011).