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Herodotus Book 1

We kicked off the 2014-2015 Herodotus reading group on Wednesday, September 17 2014. We had a great discussion! Here’s an mp3 link to listen:   Thanks, Kristen

19. September 2014 by Kristen Kmiec
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Aeneid Books 10-12

Sarah Ruden graciously joined us for our final Aeneid reading session on Monday, May 12 2014 to discuss her beautiful translation of the Aeneid! Sarah Ruden, an award-winning journalist and poet, was born and raised in rural Ohio and educated … Continue reading

14. May 2014 by Kristen Kmiec
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Aeneid Books 7-9

Here’s an mp3 link to listen to our third Aeneid reading group on Monday April 21, 2014:     Thanks, Kristen

23. April 2014 by Kristen Kmiec
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James Romm at the New York Public Library, Wed Nov 2?

James Romm, editor of The Landmark Arrian, which we are reading now in two Reading Odyssey groups and the author of the newly published, Ghost on the Throne: The Death of Alexander the Great and the War for Crown and Empire, will be speaking at th… Continue reading

01. November 2011 by Phil Terry
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Slow Art Day 2011 resources

Slow Art Day 2011 host manual Name badge template and separate image Here’s the name badge template that I use in Ashland, Oregon for our Slow Art Day. I have attached a Word label template as well as a .png file. This template works with Avery 58… Continue reading

10. April 2011 by Phil Terry
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Slow Art site No. 77 — Ulm, Germany!

The Ulmer Museum — http://www.ulmer-museum.ulm.de/ — in Ulm, Germany, is the newest Slow Art Day venue. We’re at 77 now! Check out the Ulm page at http://slowartulm2011.eventbrite.com. — Continue reading

17. March 2011 by Arrian
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James Lavadour’s Point

This is “Point” by James Lavadour, the Slow Art of the day, at the Boise Art Museum, a participating museum for Slow Art Day 2011. Please check out twitter and follow @SlowArtDay: http://twitter.com/#!/SlowArtDay. For more information and free reg… Continue reading

17. March 2011 by Arrian
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Congratulations to Andre Stipanovic, Reading Odyssey moderator

Andre Stipanovic, longtime Reading Odyssey moderator for Homer, Herodotus, Thucydides, Xenophon and Arrian, has just been elected to the Board of Trustees of the Hockaday School in Dallas where he teachers Upper School Latin. The Headmistress Jean… Continue reading

10. March 2011 by Phil Terry
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Slow Art Day – host training call

Tonight we had our first host training call for Slow Art Day 2011. Listen or download here We heard from the hosts on the call about how they are promoting their event, how they are choosing their art and how they are communicating to their attend… Continue reading

10. March 2011 by Phil Terry
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Herodotus Introductory Call

Dear fellow readers of Herodotus, A reminder that our introductory call is scheduled for Monday October 11 @8pm Eastern Standard Time. Bruce Upbin and I will be moderating. The purpose of this call is to prepare the groundwork for your reading of … Continue reading

12. October 2010 by Arrian
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