Outreach

THE SOCIETY FOR EARLY MODERN CLASSICAL RECEPTION (SEMCR)

Founded in 2015, the Society for Early Modern Classical Reception (SEMCR) is an affiliate group of the Society for Classical Studies. Through its online presence and annual SCS panel, SEMCR provides opportunities for a wide audience of classicists to engage with research on early modern culture. Pramit and Ariane are the co-founders of SEMCR.

RESEARCH SCIENCE INSTITUTE

The Research Science Institute, sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Education and MIT, is an innovative summer program that pairs high school students with Boston-area labs for intensive research internships. In 2014, Teddy worked with QCL as an RSI student, as did Krithika in 2016. Joseph is an alumnus of RSI and has taught at the program for many years.

VERGIL IN THE DIGITAL AGE

In 2015 Pramit taught an advanced undergraduate course at Dartmouth (“Vergil in the Digital Age”) that introduced students to both traditional and computational approaches to Latin literary criticism. Students undertook a close reading of Aeneid 2 and learned to use state-of-the-art tools, including Diogenes, Tesserae, and new methods developed by QCL, for studying intertextuality.

THE CLASSICS PROJECT

The Classics Project is a community initiative, founded by Prathik, which promotes the broader study of Greek and Latin and outreach to military veterans through the study of Classics.

THE CLASSICS PROJECT

The Classics Project is a community initiative, founded by Prathik, which promotes the broader study of Greek and Latin and outreach to military veterans through the study of Classics.