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Greek & Hebrew Summer Readers

Suggest Days and Times

Interested in reading Greek and Hebrew with a group over the summer? Please complete the surveys below to suggest the type of reader and which days and times work best for you. The Greek and Hebrew surveys contain only 3 questions each.


Greek Readers Survey   /   Hebrew Readers Survey

What to Expect in this Guide

This guide outlines the various summer studies the James P. Boyce Centennial Library currently offers. Each course of study is free, and no form of credit is earned by participation. Please use the navigation tabs to move between workshops or readers currently offered. Please contact the library with any questions or suggestions.

Summer Language Helps

The library often offers summer language helps through Greek "Readers." These are free reading groups that allow participants to read through a primary text in an environment where they may ask questions and receive instruction. These readers are always enjoyable times where students learn together. Use the tabs on the left to navigate between the current readers offered.

In the future, we hope to offer Hebrew helps similar to our Greek readers.

Past Summer Studies

Summer 2015

  • Letters of Ignatius — Shawn Wilhite
  • Romans 5–8 — Michael Graham

Summer 2014

  • Martyrdom of Polycarp — Shawn Wilhite
  • Romans 1–4 — Michael Graham

Summer 2013

  • Didache — Shawn Wilhite

Future Summer Studies

We strive to provide helpful services to the Southern community. Below are a couple of options we're considering for future summer study options. If you would like to suggest others or lend your voice of support to the potential offerings below, please drop us an email or mention it at the Research Hub.

Potential future studies:

  • Hebrew language (in some form)
  • Dissertation template helps (for nearing the style submission dates)