One of the missions I have always had in mind with the Romae.org project is to formulate a place, a community, where other classicists could interact and communicate with one another. Be they students or teachers, scholars or enthusiasts, it is important that we continue to build and grow our community as we move forward into the future.
It used to be that Classical studies was a crucial part of the Humanities and education in general. We know that those days have changed, not because Buy cialis generic of a lack of need but mostly due to lack of will to live up to Viagra Online at good prices the difficult standards such a study demands.
Yet there are still many of us out there, still devoted to all things ancient and wise. It is the hope that a sufficient blending of the old and new can be found here at Romae.org where we can not only exchange ideas on how to better approach the subjects and concerns of our field, but also to find new, innovative, and exciting ways to access these ideas. Over the course of this summer, as my teaching duties wind down at my current position, I am going to focus on streamlining the various resources of this growing network in order to help others gain better access to not only the content we are building on this site, but also to gain a tighter network and form lines of communication with one another.
If you are interested in contributing to this project, please feel free to contact me with your ideas. Feel free to share them openly with the rest of the community on the Amicitia network. I look forward to growing our future – through better accessing our collective past – here on Romae.