I believe that scholars should engage in the project that is the internet. With that in mind, I’ll be tweeting (@opietasanimi) about the CL 102 course and related topics with the hashtag #worldofrome, as will your Teaching Fellows. I encourage you to follow along, and to contribute to the hashtag! You can tweet about your thoughts on art objects, poems, myths, historical moments, and all that we study, as well as things that occur to you as you read the assigned literature, or maybe even your favourite objects in the MFA. Prize goes to the best tweet(s) of the semester.
Student tweets for Spring 2019 #worldofrome.
Student tweets for Spring 2018 #worldofrome.
There are a lot of fantastic scholars of the ancient world and other classical accounts on twitter. I heartily recommend you follow these twitterati:
- @rogueclassicist retweets of all things classical
- @itinerapod classical scholars interviewed by Scott Lepisto about how and why they chose to study classics (my interview is ep 7)
- @sentantiq excerpts of classical material in Ancient Greek and Latin with translations
- @sarahebond Professor of Classics at U of Iowa, contributor to Forbes, digital humanist
- @wmarybeard renowned Classicist, don at Cambridge, public facing scholar, author of many fantastic books on ancient Rome (SPQR, The Roman Triumph, Women and Power, Confronting the Classics)
- @eidolon_journal online classical journal bringing classical issues into contact with digital humanities and social justice, editor @donnazuck
- @classics_sj Classics and Social Justice group: works on issues of race, the incarcerated, feminism, LGBTQ+ in Classics teaching and scholarship
- @diyclassics Classics and coding, digital humanities
- @saverome AIRC Roman culture, non-profit cultural heritage + #romeonthisday