The Classical Association of New England Summer Institute brings together students, educators, and lifelong learners for an intensive week of lectures, mini-courses, reading groups, professional development workshops, and special events. Each institute considers the literature, history, and arts of the ancient Greeks and Romans — and how we engage with those cultures today.
The institute was founded in 1983 by Edward Bradley, Phyllis Katz, and Matthew Wiencke of Dartmouth College and Gloria Duclos of the University of South Maine. After being based at Dartmouth from 1983 until 2011, the institute moved in 2013 to Brown University, under the leadership of Jeri DeBrohun of Brown. At the bottom of this page you will find a list of institutes from the past several years.silver ballroom Women's dance soft shoes CN40 dance Adult Latin UK6 dance EU39 dance shoes square bottom 5 shoes ShangYi w6qS7Az7t
The 2019 institute will take place July 8-13, 2019, at Brown University, with the theme “E Pluribus Unum.”
Please note that lectures and courses at the institute are given in English; participation in the institute does not require knowledge of the ancient languages. CANE welcomes interested individuals who are new to the study Classics to attend the institute. Participants may board at Brown University for the institute or commute to campus for the week.
CANE is thankful to the Onassis Foundation USA for its generous support of the Onassis Lecture Series. The 2018 Onassis Lecturer was Dr. Emily Greenwood, Professor and Chair of Classics at Yale University.
With questions, please contact the CANE Summer Institute director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Past CANE Summer Institutes
July 9-14, 2018, Brown University
Empires Ancient and Modern: Reactions to Imperial Power from Athens to the Americas
July 10-15, 2017, Brown University
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July 11-16, 2016, Brown University
Quid Sub Sole Novum? Imitation, Innovation, and Creation in the Ancient World
July 13-18, 2015, Brown University
Exegi Monumentum. Creating the Everlasting in the Ancient World
Ninja Ninja Boots Boots Tabis Tabis Tabis Ninja Boots Ninja Tabis Tabis Boots Boots Ninja Boots Ninja July 14-19, 2014, Brown University
“On the Shoulders of Giants:” Greco-Roman Giants and their Modern Emulators
July 15-20, 2013, Brown University
America’s Founding Fathers and the Classics of Greece and Rome
July 11-16, 2011, Dartmouth College
Spectacles in and of the Ancient World. spectatum veniunt, veniunt spectentur ut ipsae.
July 12-17, 2010, Dartmouth College
“Not Athens But the World.” Why America is Still Listening to Ancient Voices
July 6-11, 2009, Dartmouth College
Expanding the Map. Cultural Exchange and the Peripheries of the Classical World.
July 7-12, 2008, Dartmouth College
Revolution and Reaction: Radical Changes and Continuities in the Ancient World
July 9-14, 2007, Dartmouth College (25th Annual)
Beyond Antiquity: The Legacy of the Classical World