Romans in China
That's all, really. I'm currently just prepping for classes this semester. I really haven't looked into grad schools as much as I would have liked to this summer, which will probably mean more crunch this semester! Oops. But I've been busy.
I'll be studying Even More Vergil this semester (the Aeneid this time), Cicero and Petronius (although, one will not be for credit) for Latin. I'll also be starting my second year of Greek and taking Hellenistic history. I'll only be taking one non-Classics related course--Early American history. However, we've already established in this blog that I can and shall relate that to my Classical studies as well.
My poor, poor Early American history professor is going to have to deal with my endless questions about James Wilson (who, contrary to the movie 1776, is NOT a toady). If I could find good books on him, I could write volumes on the influence his Classical upbringing had on him!