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Anne L. Saunders

Research Associate

Phone: 843.953.5713
E-mail: SaundersA@cofc.edu



Education

PhD, Renaissance literature, University of South Carolina
MA, Education, Columbia University
MA, Latin literature, Columbia University
BA, Latin literature, Wellesley College


Research Interests

Military history of Italy
War museums
The teaching of Latin 


Courses Taught

All levels of Latin from elementary to advanced (e.g. Vergil, Cicero, Erasmus); Greek tragedy in translation


Publications

Books

2016. A Travel Guide to World War II Sites in Italy: Museums, Monuments, and Battlegrounds, 2nd edition. CreateSpace
2012. Sommocolonia before World War II and The Battle of Sommocolonia, a translation of the book La Battaglia di Sommocolonia by Vittorio Lino Biondi and Dario Giannini. Garfagnana Editrice.
2010. A Travel Guide to World War II Sites in Italy: Museums, Monuments, and Battlegrounds. CreateSpace.

Articles

2005. “Reading Erasmus in an Interdisciplinary Course on Marriage,” Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook 25: 58-66.
2002. “Bathsua Reginald Makin,” in L. Churchill et al., ed. Women Writing Latin, vol. 3. New York: Routledge. pp. 247-258.
2002. Translations of Bathsua Makin’s poems in Musa Virginea, in L. Churchill et al., ed. Women Writing Latin, vol. 3. New York: Routledge. pp. 258-269.
1993. “The Value of Latin Prose Composition,” Classical Journal 88.4: 385-392.

Presentations

2018. “Where Memories Survive: World War II Monuments and Museums in Italy.” Unitarian Church Forum, Charleston, SC. November 18, 2018.
2014. "An Update on the Teaching of Latin in Russia," Classical Association of the Atlantic States annual meeting, Philadelphia PA, October 12, 2014.
2012. “How Travel Narratives and Guidebooks Shape National Identity,” American Association of Italian Studies, Charleston SC, May 4, 2012.
2012. “The Merits of Translating Resistance Literature,” Northeast Modern Language Association, Rochester NY, March 17, 2012.
2004. “On Popularizing Erasmus,” Renaissance Society of America, New York City, April 4, 2004.
2003. “Setting an Example: A Function of Literature in the Study of Ethics,” Theodore Guerard Fund Lecture, College of Charleston, April 1, 2003.
2000. “Reflections on Marriage in Early Modern Europe: Giovanni Nevizzano’s Sylva nuptialis,” International Association for Neo-Latin Studies, Cambridge University, August 1-5, 2000.
1998. “Shakespeare and Ciceronianism,” Sixth Annual Symposium of the Cambridge Society for Neo-Latin Studies, Cambridge University, September 1998.
1996. “Lively Latin: Latin Comedy in Sixteenth-Century Cambridge,” Classical Association of the Middle West and South, Vanderbilt University, April 1996.
1994. “Milton on the Value of Classical Learning,” Classical Association of the Middle West and South, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, October 1994.