Advanced Language Construction
In this course, we'll take your existing conlang project and develop its grammar and vocabulary to new heights.
Intermediate Latin Reading: Apuleius’ Cupid and Psyche
An 8-week intermediate Latin reading course aimed at improving reading skills by reading an extended text or groups of texts on a theme.
Introduction to Old English
Learn the basics of Old English by reading excerpts from real texts, including Beowulf.
Moche Iconography for Designers and Artists
A journey through the art and iconography of a fascinating prehispanic group of people, creators of some of the most impressive precolumbian metallurgy and ceramics in Peru. Find
Preventive Conservation for Collectors
A course aimed at collectors of all things material. Find out the best way to care for your collections and protect them from the most common sources of degradation and loss of va
English Grammar: The Missing Course
Learn all the grammar they should have taught you in school, without the stress or judgement. We'll explore the nuts and bolts of how the English language works.
Extensive Reading: The Aethiopica books 1-5
This is an ambitious reading course for those wanting to improve their Latin through extensive reading of a long (approximately 25000 words) Latin text.
Fabulae Mythicae: Introductory Latin B
In this course we continue to build reading skill in Latin through an introduction to the Olympian gods.
Fabulae Mythicae: an Introduction to Latin through Geography and Mythology
This course introduces students to the basics of reading Latin.
Intermediate Extensive Reading: Historia Apollonii Regis Tyri
This course is for those who would like to practice reading extensively with an engaging, medium length prose narrative in straightforward accessible Latin.
Intermediate Readings in Late Antique and Medieval Latin
In this class we will look at several Latin texts that reflect the dynamic relationship of the polytheist Roman past (from Late Antiquity to the “High” Middle Ages) to Christianit
Invent an alphabet of your own and learn about the history and structure of the world's writing systems, from cuneiform to kanji, along the way.
Knowledge and Reality
This series will serve as an introduction to the traditional philosophical problems about the structure of reality and our attempts at understanding it.
Language Construction Workshop
Learn about how language works by building your own! Create your own language from scratch for world-building, personal use, or simply as an artistic pursuit.
Language and Philosophy
This course is an introduction to the many ways that language and philosophy come into contact. As something uniquely human, language serves as the easiest way to examine big ques
Language and Thought
Does language determine, influence, or merely represent thought? We'll explore the Sapir-Whorf debate by reading and discussing key texts in linguistics, anthropology, psychology,
Meta-Skills for Language Learning
An accessible introduction to the science and practice of language learning. You'll build a toolkit you can use for a lifetime of more confident language acquisition.
The Home Collection Game
Roleplay as secret agents and supervillains as you learn to apply museum knowledge on preventive conservation and create tailored preservation measures for your own home collectio
The Origins of English
In this seminar, we will learn some of the basic principles of etymology. Through a series of linguistic puzzles we will follow in the footsteps of etymologists and historical lin