Monuments of Rome in English Culture, an NEH Summer Institute for School Teachers, is sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities and offered by The University of Texas at El Paso with the cooperation of Dr. Jessica Sheetz-Nguyen of the University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK. This is a four-week experience for twenty-five NEH Summer Scholars in K-12 education, who are interested in making connections between their disciplines and the humanities, classics, history, and social sciences. It will take place in Rome, Italy. During the Institute we will study the city as we read in translation the works of Cicero and various English writers to experience how Rome served as a world intellectual center that contributed to the emerging national and global identity of the English people.

Our Learning Community: Join Us on Blackboard!
We have been building a learning community with our selected participants. Please join us on Blackboard and meet the NEH Summer Institute cohort online. Accounts are created in a secure, online environment to share, communicate, and access resources for our learning experience.

Find Us on Facebook and YouTube
Our NEH Facebook page and YouTube channel serve as a social dialogue between the NEH Scholars for supporting excursions & articles, as well as documentation and tips, on their visit in Rome.