Classical Studies for the New Millennium : Traditional Material Through new Methods and Perspectives

In her contribution ‘Classical Studies for the new millennium: traditional material through new methods and perspectives’, Eleni Bozia presents a variety of digital teaching examples that also address contemporary problems, such as identity politics from antiquity to contemporary time, the symbiotic relationship between humanities and technology, and the significance of language learning. Students are taught to work on ancient representations of ethnicity, race, and citizenship and their modern equivalents, engage with the significance of technology for the humanities and vice versa, and appreciate the politics of language in all disciplines and areas of research, by engaging in digital storytelling, using digital resources in sociolinguistic analysis of ancient and modern texts, and pursuing interdisciplinary projects.

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