Sam Hayes

October 2014 to March 2015

Latin III (CLA 1254)

I am running an optional tutorial for Latin III where students can bring any issues they have with the set text, grammar, or secondary reading. Teaching is student-led and changes from week to week, offering a supportive environment for all levels in the class.

September 2014 to December 2014

Roman Love Elegy (CLA 1/2406)

I am leading seminars for first and second year undergraduates. These sessions cover the key themes of elegy, including slavery, the elegiac mistresses, realism vs reality, the politics of elegy, and gender roles. Authors covered include Propertius, Tibullus, Ovid, Sulpicia, and Gallus.

3rd February 2014 to 20th March 2014

Greek and Roman Drama (CLA 1/2006)

I led seminars on Greek and Roman comedy for first and second year undergraduate students. The texts covered in these seminars were Aristophanes' Lysistrata, Menander's Dyskolos, and Plautus' Rudens. This teaching was shared with fellow PhD student Paul Martin.

27th January 2014 to 7th February 2014

Roman Laughter (CLA 1/2405)

In this module I led a guest seminar on Martial's Epigrams examining the humour in select passages from Books 1 & 2.