The First-Ever Lupercal Conference!
University of Lille, France
October 24-26, 2022
"A Women's History of the Latin Language"
Fiveash Legacy Lecture
Lexington, Massachusetts USA
7:00pm, September 14, 2022
Women Latinists: A Seminar Course
Istituto Italiano di Studi Classici
June 2023 (Dates TBD)
"Women's Latin Comedy"
"Florence-Based Women Latinists"
"Giovanni Boccaccio's De Mulieribus Claris"
"Women Latin Translators"
"A Woman's Guide to the Latin Language"
"Reciprocal Teaching in the Latin Classroom"
"A Day in the Life of an Active Latin Teacher"
"Active Latin for Authentic Texts"
"Total Physical Response for Vocabulary Acquisition"
"How Classics and the Ancient world Help Us Make Sense of the Modern World"
"A Latin Tour of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston"
"A Latin Tour of Salem, Massachusetts"
"So You Don't Teach from Ørberg: Adapting Any Text"
"Interactive Learning in a Diverse Latin Classroom"
"Teaching Etymology in Inclusive Language Classrooms"
"Changing Perspectives: Making a Paradigm Shift in Course Content"
"Musa Postuma: a Community-Based Approach to the Life and Works of Martha Marchina"
"Continuing Conversation Teaching and Fostering Anti-Racism Through the Classics"
"Over 2,000 Years of Women Writing Latin"
"Martha Marchina: A Neo-Latin Working Class Poet"
The American Classical League Virtual Institute — USA
Classical Association of Massachusetts
Classical Association of New England Conference — USA
Conventiculum Bostoniense — Boston, USA
Conventiculum Tarraconense — Tarragona, Spain
Early Modern Rome Conference — Rome, Italy
EdxEDNYC Professional Learning Conference — NYC, USA
Federation of State Humanities Councils Annual Conference — USA
Fordham University — NYC, USA
Forte Academy — London, England
GrecoLatinoVivo — Florence, Italy
Indwelling Language - USA
Lateinische Kulturmonat — St. Gallen, Switzerland
Massachusetts Foreign Language Association Conference
National Humanities Center — Durham, North Carolina, USA
Novae Viae Conference — Málaga, Spain
Our Voices Conference — NYC, USA
Polis Institute — Rome, Italy
Society for Classical Studies Conference — USA
Université de Lille — Lille, France
University of Massachusetts — Boston, USA
Women in Languages Conference — Online
Skye Shirley is an enthusiastic teacher who articulates well her knowledge and understanding not only of the Latin language but also of innovative teaching methods which she implements in her own classes with great energy. It is obvious that she loves what she does and is eager for her students to share that same love of learning. She is a refreshing and wonderful asset to the Latin community! I heartily commend her for all of her hard work!
Secretary of the Classical Association of Massachusetts