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About the Authors

 

Karen Moore

Karen is the lead author for the LA series, much of which is based on her own teaching experience in Christian classical education.  Karen began her study of Latin in seventh grade, and added Greek to her linguistic studies during her college years. Karen earned a B.A. in Classics from the University of Texas in 1996.  Since that time she has taught Latin to students in grades three through twelve (alongside Greek and Ancient Humanities).  Since 2002 Karen has served the families of Grace Academy of Georgetown, a classical Christian school, where she has been a teacher, an administrator, and the sponsor of a local chapter of the Junior Classical League.  Karen is the co-author of the Libellus de Historia History Reader Series and the Latin Alive! textbook series.  She has also published a Latin for Teachers DVD set based on her highly acclaimed training camp for teachers.

Grace Academy of Georgetown

Latin for Teachers is now available online through Classical U.

 

Gaylan DuBose

We are blessed to have a co-author with the distinguished life-time career of Gaylan DuBose.  Gaylan graduated with high honors from the University of North Texas in 1964, received his MA in Classics from the University of Minnesota in 1970, and has also studied at the University of Texas and at Worcester College, Oxford University, England. He was the academic contest chair for the National Junior Classical League from 1996 through 2005.  He retired from the classroom in 2010.  He is the author of Farrago Latina: A Teacher Resource and co-author of Excelability in Advanced Latin  and of the Latin Alive! series.  He is the organist and minister of music at St. Augustine’s Orthodox Church and Pro-Cathedral in Pflugerville, Texas, and volunteers at a local branch of the Austin Public Library.  Mr. DuBose is currently an online teacher for Classical Academic Press.  He teaches several of the Latin Alive books through CAP’s Schole Academy.

Schole Academy

 

Steven L. Jones

We are delighted to have Dr. Jones join us for the fourth book in the Latin Alive series.  Steven is Assistant Professor of Classics at Houston Baptist University, where he also serves as the chair of the Department of Classics and Biblical Languages.  He has previously taught at Baylor University,  The University of Texas, and Trinity University.  He holds a PhD in Classics form the University of Texas, an MA in Greek, Latin, and Classical Studies from Bryn Mawr College, and a BA in Greek and Latin from Baylor University.

HBU Classics

Steven L. Jones