Ivy Livingston

2015
2015. “Using Technology for Good in the Latin Classroom.” American Classical League Summer Institute. Program
2014
Livingston, Ivy J. 2014. “Empire Builders, Image Builders: Legacies of the Roman Military.” American Classical League Summer Institute. Program
Livingston, Ivy J. 2014. “Pro Cicerone: In Defense of Cicero in the Latin Classroom.” American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. ProgramAbstract

This session presents a unit of study centered on the life and writings of Cicero, a pivotal figure in Roman history and one of the best-documented. Cicero’s life, intersecting with many of Rome’s best-known figures, provides a perfect point of access to many cultural themes, while engaging students with primary texts of undisputed virtuosity.

2013
Livingston, Ivy J. 2013. “Classical to the Core: Latin as the Lynchpin to the Goals of the Standards.” American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages. ProgramAbstract

This session will illustrate project-based activities in which students become the makers of objects and texts that are shared not only among each other, but with their schools and communities. The projects and their Roman models (monuments, coins) will provide a lens through which students will engage with “big” issues of civic identity and image.

2004
A Linguistic Commentary on Livius Andronicus
Livingston, Ivy J. 2004. A Linguistic Commentary on Livius Andronicus. New York: Routledge. Publisher's VersionAbstract

As the oldest literary Latin preserved in any quantity, the language of Livius shows many features of linguistic interest and raises intriguing questions of phonolgy, morphology and syntax.