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As with the previous conferences, Polis wishes to provide an international and interdisciplinary framework, gathering linguists, historians, philosophers and specialists from other disciplines of the humanities, in order to facilitate lively and profound debates among them.
Consequently, every presentation (with a maximum duration of 20 minutes) will be followed by 15 minutes of discussion, in which the present experts and members of the general audience may exchange opinions and suggestions around the topic of the presentation. These debates will be recorded, transcribed and published together with their articles in the proceedings. This book will also feature a general introduction that will show the points of convergence between participants as well as possible breakthroughs in research. The articles themselves will be published in the language in which they were presented (English, French or Latin), preceded by a small summary in either Latin or Greek. The editors of the proceedings will be Christophe Rico, director of the Polis Institute, and Jason Pedicone, president of Paideia Institute.
It is highly desirable that the resulting book, through its inner consistency, will renew and reinvigorate the scientific debate on this core topic within the humanities.
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Polis Institute of Languages and Humanities (Jerusalem, Israel)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Mercedes Rubio
Randall Buth, The Benefits of Full Immersion in Teaching Ancient Languages.
Eleanor Dickey, Greek Teaching in Republican Rome: How Exactly Did They Do It?
Nancy Llewellyn, Learning and Unlearning for the Renewal of Latin Teaching.
Milena Minkova, Various Dimensions of the Universality of the Latin Language.
Jason Pedicone, Philological vs. Second Language Acquisition Based Pedagogy: What’s at Stake?
Christophe Rico, Narrative TPR Applied to Ancient Languages Pedagogy: A 19th-Century Breakthrough (François Gouin, 1831–1896).
Eran Shuali, A Short History of the Teaching of Hebrew at the Faculty of Protestant Theology in Strasbourg from the 16th to the 21st Century.
Terence Tunberg, History of the Spoken and Extempore Use of Latin (After the End of the Western Roman Empire).