Resources: Journals

Links to articles about teaching Latin and other classical subjects, many of which are mentioned in the book Starting to Teach Latin, can be found through the following websites. You may also be interested in the articles and blogs section of this site.

The author of this website Steven Hunt bears no responsibility for the functioning or accuracy of these links.

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The Journal of Classics Teaching

 

Since 2012 the Journal of Classics Teaching has been edited by Steven Hunt. Issues 31-35 can be freely downloaded from the Classical Association Journals website. Issues 23-30 can be freely downloaded from the Association for Latin Teaching (ARLT) website (you need to create a password first). Previous editions of the Journal of Classics Teaching and highlights from its predecessors, Hesperiam, Didaskalos and Latin Teaching will be made available soon through the ARLT website. Click the button below to see the contents.

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Didaskalos

 

Didaskalos was the Journal of the Joint Association of Classical Teachers. The digitisation of this journal is a work in progress, but you can view the contents by clicking the button below. If you would like a pdf of one of these chapters, please contact me.

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The Classical Outlook

 

The Classical Outlook is a US journal, published by The American Classical League. Copies of articles which are useful for teachers can be found on JStor. The articles referred to below are a selection made by me. This is a work in progress.

Classical World

 

The Classical World journal is available on JStor.

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The Classical Journal

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Teaching Classical Languages

 

These journals can be freely downloaded from the website of the Classical Association of the Middle West and South.

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