Julian Morgan is the Yorkshire Author of this website. He was born in the West Riding, brought up in the East Riding and is currently living in North Yorkshire. He stepped down recently from classroom teaching and is beginning to rediscover his great love of his native Yorkshire.
Julian served for many years as Head of Classics in various schools in the UK and at the European School in Karlsruhe, Germany, where he also became Head of the English Section for a few years. Julian has written many educational software titles and books in the last 35 years, publishing a good number of these under the banner of his business, J-PROGS. His Imperium Latin course is used in a good number of schools and can be downloaded free of charge by following the links from www.imperiumlatin.com. In 2003 he became the UK partner of the EU's Comenius funded CIRCE Project and directed the course which won a European Commission silver award for Lifelong Learning under the banner "Quality in Mobility".
All of his most recent publications are available from this website or its links and include:
- Yorkshire Puzzles
- City of York Puzzles
- World of James Herriot Puzzles
- Sonnets for Yorkshire Stars
- A ghost in the house
- Easy Latin Puzzles and Tricky Latin Puzzles
- Easy Greek Puzzles and Tricky Greek Puzzles
- Classical Puzzles
- Roman Britain Puzzles
Julian is active in the American Classical League and sits on the Computing Applications Committee for that body, making regular visits to speak in the USA, most recently at the Institute in Williamsburg Virginia in summer 2014. Since 2003, he has been the UK partner in CIRCE, an EU Comenius project committed to providing resources to support Classics teachers across Europe.