Publications

Holmes-Henderson, A., Hunt, S. and Musié, M. (eds.) (in press) Forward with Classics. Classical languages in schools and communities, Bloomsbury academic. Publication date: 9th August 2018 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Forward-Classics-Classical-Languages-Communities/dp/1474295959

Holmes-Henderson, A. and Tempest, K. (in press) ‘Classics and twenty-first-century skills’ in A. Holmes-Henderson, S. Hunt and M. Musié (eds.) Forward with Classics. Classical languages in schools and communities, Bloomsbury academic.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (in press) ‘Classical rhetoric for oracy education’, Teaching Citizenship, 42.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (in press) ‘Developing multiliteracies through Classical mythology in British classrooms’, in L. Maurice (ed.) Our Mythical Childhood. http://www.kamar.domeczek.pl/OMC%20www/Our%20Mythical%20Childhood.html

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2018) ‘Artistic licence: how learning Latin could change your life’, University of Oxford Arts Blog. http://www.ox.ac.uk/news/arts-blog/artistic-licence-how-learning-latin-could-change-your-life

Hall, E. and Holmes-Henderson, A. (2017) Advocating Classics Education: a new national project’, Journal of Classics Teaching, Vol. 18, 36, 25-28. https://doi.org/10.1017/S2058631017000198

Holmes-Henderson (2017a)Advocating Classics Education’, Omnibus, 72, 4.

Holmes-Henderson (2017b) ‘Classical subjects in schools: a comparative study of New Zealand and the United Kingdom‘ in D. Burton, S. Perris and J. Tatum (eds.), Athens to Aotearoa: Greece and Rome in New Zealand Literature and Society, Victoria University Wellington Press, 326-346. http://vup.victoria.ac.nz/athens-to-aotearoa-greece-and-rome-in-new-zealand-literature-and-society/

Holmes-Henderson, A. and Mitropoulos, A. (2016) ‘A celebration of Greek language and culture education in the UK’, Journal of Classics Teaching, Vol. 17, 34, 55-57. https://doi.org/10.1017/S2058631016000258

Holmes-Henderson (2016a) Responsible citizenship and critical skills in Scotland’s Curriculum for Excellence: the contribution of Classical rhetoric to democratic deliberation’, in P.Carr, P.Thomas, B. Porfilio and J. Gorlewski (eds.), Democracy and decency: what does education have to do with it?‘, Information Age Publishers, 213-228.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2016b) ‘Teaching Latin and Greek in primary classrooms: the Classics in Communities Project’, Journal of Classics Teaching, Vol. 17, 33, 50-53. http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S2058631016000131

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2016c)Growing Greek in Schools: from gorillas to talking vases’, ARGO, 4, 16-17.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2016d) ‘Bringing Cambridge IGCSE Latin to life in Rome’, Cambridge Outlook, 23, 24.

Holmes-Henderson , A. (2015) ‘The Classics in Communities project’, Oxford University Faculty of Classics newsletter, 6. http://www.classics.ox.ac.uk/tl_files/Downloads/Newsletter2015.pdf

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2014) ‘Classical pedagogy: a postcard from Hawaii’, Cloelia, 4, 54.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2012) ‘Classics Teachers on Tour’, Journal of Classics Teaching, Vol. 26, 32-33.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2009a) ‘Learning to love Latin the modern way’, Private Schools Revealed , 19th June 2009, 8-14.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2009b) ‘Passport to a world of opportunity – now you’re talking’, The Scotsman newspaper, 29th September 2009.

Holmes-Henderson (2009c) ‘Amamus Latin’, Secondary Headship, 2nd November 2009, 11-17.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2008) ‘Gifted Girls and Groovy Greek’, Journal of Classics Teaching, Vol. 14, 4-6.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2007) ‘Skill to do comes of doing: Surviving the Cambridge Classics PGCE 2005-2006’, Journal of Classics Teaching, Vol. 10, 6-8.

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