SALVI's mission is to propagate communicative approaches to Latin language acquisition, making the entire Classical tradition of Western culture more available to—and enjoyable for—students, teachers, and the general public.
Rusticatio and Septimana Californiana are week-long Latin immersion programs suitable for all who have completed at least the equivalent of two years of college Latin. Through various conversational activities, participants will begin to activate their knowledge of Latin. Three Bidua Latina (one in Charles Town, West Virginia, one in Malibu, California, and one in Tulsa, Oklahoma) provide a full weekend of Latin immersion. Teachers will return to their classrooms with active Latin strategies they can use right away. Our newest event is Pedagogy Rusticatio, four days of intensive guided practice for teachers (this year, for those who want to use TPRS in Latin). New in August 2013 is Veterum Sapientia, co-sponsored with Belmont Abbey College. The Academia Aestiva, hosted at the Getty Villa in Malibu, California, is a five-day partial-immersion workshop designed for high school Latin students of all levels.
The American Institute for Roman Culture (AIRC), as part of its Engaging History series of summer programs, is offering a course in living Latin from June 12 – July 1, 2013, set in and around Rome. Please follow the link to learn more about Engaging History: Living Latin, Living History in Rome.