The joint annual meeting of the SCS and AIA will take place at the San Francisco Hilton in San Francisco, CA, from January 6-9, 2016.
For information about submitting abstracts and proposals to the SCS Program Committee, please go to our Abstract and Proposals site, or go to the Annual Meeting home page for information on submitting abstracts for organizer-refereed panels and affiliated group panels.
Donations from both members and nonmembers make the Society for Classical Studies stronger. A gift to our annual giving campaign supports current programs, and a pledge to our new Endowment for Classics Research and Teaching will enable the SCS to make high quality information about the Classical World available in accessible formats to the largest possible audience.
As I cycle off of the SCS’s Board of Directors, I have been asked to say a few words about serving the Society: why I have done it, and why you might consider doing it.
Most of us find it vastly rewarding to spend our time thinking and learning about the ancient world. And sharing the joy of that inquiry with others—whether in the classroom, chatting with colleagues, listening to papers, or doing one’s own scholarship—is the most rewarding thing of all. My first encounter with the Society (then APA), as a graduate student, took the form of attending the 1992 annual meeting in New Orleans. The...
The Classics Advisory Service helps college and university teachers maintain and strengthen their programs in Classics (broadly understood to include Greek and Latin languages and literatures, history, archaeology, and all other aspects of classical civilization). Among the services we provide are assistance with external Program Reviews, and advice and support for strengthening current programs and preserving threatened programs. The SCS now also provides guidelines for establishing and improving undergraduate programs.