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Society for Classical Studies Governance, Reports, and Official Statements

SCS Policies and Statements

SCS has a new Omnibus Privacy Policy, developed in response to the new GDPR legislation in the EU

Our statement on condemning the use of the texts, ideals, and images of the Greek and Roman world to promote hateful ideology.

Our official statement on Professional Ethics in the field of Classics.

Our policy for Public Statements.

A few policy statements regarding research, IT, publishing, and more.

Guidelines on Podcasting and Copyrighted Materials

Our Social Media Policy, which details how content will be moderated on our websites and other media platforms.

SCS Board statement on the publication of abstracts.

In 2016, the society undertook a major revision of its Bylaws and Regulations.  This revision was designed to bring the documents up to date and better reflect the organization's current activities and priorities.  The changes came into effect on January 1, 2017.  The resources below will help you understand the new governance structure in 2017.

Governance Resources

The new, revised Bylaws and revised Regulations (note that these now appear as two separate documents). 

A listing of the 2019 Officers, Directors, and Committee Members

A description of the duties and responsibilities of the Board and all committees.

A more detailed look at the five major Divisions: Communications and Outreach; Education; Professional Matters; Program; and Publications and Research

Most current list of Affiliated Groups and the policies that govern them.

A chart below visualizing the organization of the SCS Board, Divisions, and Committees as of January 1, 2017. Click image to see larger version.


A list of reports, including: Reports by the Executive Director, Financial Statements, the minutes of Board Meetings, reports from the Nominating Committee, and reports from our representatives to the ACL and ACLS

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