2020 Annual Meeting
January 2–5, 2020
Marriott Marquis Washington D.C.
901 Massachusetts Ave NW
Washington, DC, DC 20001
Be aware of housing scams for the Washington, D.C. Annual Meeting.
No one at the AIA, SCS, Marriott or Renaissance hotels will ever contact you via telephone or email asking you to book a hotel room to attend the Annual Meeting.
NEW! Read and download the Local Arrangements Guide for 2020.
SIGN UP for our Third Annual Career Networking event, featuring classicists and archaeologists now pursuing a variety of career paths, including technology, K-12 teaching, higher ed administration, non-profit management, publishing, and consulting.
Registration for the 2020 Annual Meeting is now open. You can register here. EARLY REGISTRATION ENDS ON NOVEMBER 8th.
Reservations at the conference hotel are now open. You can reserve your room at the Marriott Marquis, Washington D.C. here. We have also booked an overflow hotel for the conference, located a 3 minute walk from the Marriott. You can reserve your room at the Renaissance Washington D.C., Downtown here. Please note that the Marriott Marquis is our primary hotel and there will be no conference events held at the Renaissance hotel.
We have a new disability policy, which you can read here. In addition to the provisions in the Disability policy we will be providing a quiet room, stickers for those attendees who require priority seating, and working with our hotels to make sure that they support any hotel guests with disabilities.
Sign-up for the Seminars at the 2020 Annual Meeting can be found here: https://classicalstudies.org/annual-meeting/2020/151/2020-annual-meeting-seminars
If you'd like to volunteer for the annual meeting you can sign up here
Abstracts for this year's annual meeting can be read here.
Read about and apply for funding opportunities for those attending the Annual Meeting, including travel stipends, equity funding, and childcare / dependent care subsidies. Deadlines fall in late September.
Program Submission Deadlines
The deadline for submission of workshop, seminar, roundtable, and panel proposals and reports to the program committee will be April 8th.
The deadline for individual abstracts and lightning talks will be April 15th.
The program submission system is open now and can be accessed by going to https://program.classicalstudies.org/
In order to make a submission via the program submission site linked above, you need to know your member number. You can retrieve your own member number by viewing your account profile on this site or by logging in at https://scs.press.jhu.edu/membership/log-in, and accessing your member profile. If you are submitting a panel, workshop, or other group submission you should ask panelists for their member numbers.
Looking Forward: 2020 Annual Meeting
Please see the following important information about the 2020 Annual Meeting in Washington DC.
We plan to supplement our existing harassment policies by appointing an ombuds to whom issues of bias and harassment can be reported. As we run a joint meeting, we will be working with the AIA on this.
The program submission system will open in late February. The deadline for panel, workshop, and seminar proposals, and for reports on peer-reviewed affiliated group and organizer-refereed panels will fall in early April. The deadline for submission of individual abstracts and lightning talks will be in late April. We will publish the specific deadlines by the end of January.
There are already many calls for abstracts available from our affiliated groups and organizer-refereed panels. Many of these have submission deadlines in early February or March. In addition to calls from longstanding affiliated groups, including WCC and LCC, please see in particular the two following announcements from affiliated groups chartered in the last couple of years: