Jeanne Neumann

Education

Ph.D., M.A. Harvard University
M.A. Indiana University
B.A. Union

Background

I have taught Latin and Greek language, literature and the classical tradition (including Humanities) at Davidson since 1994.

I'm a recognized expert on Latin pedagogy and lead workshops and write on incorporating an active use of Latin as a pedagogical aid. My book, Lingua Latina: A College Companion, was published in 2008. I'm currently working on Roma Aeterna: A College Companion. I am a member of the editorial board of the Classical Journal and an associate editor of Classical Outlook. My core intellectual interests are active Latin pedagogy, the ethical investigations of writers of the 1C BCE (particularly Horace and Cicero) and the classical tradition.