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I am an Assistent Professor of Greek and Latin Education (Vakdidactiek GTC en LTC) at the University of Amsterdam and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Currently I work in the project 'Meesterschap in de Vakdidactiek Geesteswetenschappen', an initiative of several Dutch universities to stimulate research focusing on learning and instruction in the humanities.
My research specialisms are Latin Linguistics and Narratology and Learning and Instruction of Ancient Greek and Latin languages and cultures. I am especially interested in how (Latin) narrators use linguistic and narratological means to present their narratives, and how readers, including learners, use these means to come to text comprehension.
- D. (David) Stienaers MA,
Subject:Report in Latin War Narrative
Vrije Universiteit, FGW
- C. (Kokkie) van Oeveren, DUDOC-Alfa
Promotores: Caroline Kroon and Jos Beishuizen
Subject: Integrating language and culture in the teaching of Greek and Latin Languages and Cultures in secondary education.
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, FGW and FGB
S. (Suzanne) Luger, DUDOC-Alfa
Promotores: Caroline Kroon and Gert Rijlaarsdam
Subject: Teaching translation skills to learners of Latin in secondary education.
University of Amsterdam, FGW and RICDE, RTLE
Subjects on which I teach and have thaught are, for instance, Latin Linguistics, Vergil, Livy and Pedagogical Content Knowledge of Ancient Greek and Latin languages and cultures.
In addition to teaching within the Bachelor and Master programmes of the Amsterdam Centre of Ancient Studies and Archeology, I coordinate and teach post-graduate courses for teachers of Ancient Greek and Latin languages and cultures.
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Research output: Professional › Article
Research output: Professional › Chapter
Research output: Professional › Book
Research output: Scientific - peer-review › Book
Encouraging troops, persuading narratees. Pre-battle exhortations in Caesar's Bellum Gallicum as a narrative deviceAdema, S. M. 2016 In : Trends in Classics - Supplementary Volumes. p. 219-239
Research output: Scientific - peer-review › Article