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2020 Affiliated Group Panels

Affiliated Group Panels

The panels below are from SCS Affiliated Groups. Each CFP is authored and organized by the individual groups. All submissions must come from SCS members, and abstracts or direct inquiries should be sent to Group organizers exclusively.

Members should note that if their paper is accepted for an Affiliated Group Panel then they may not submit another abstract for consideration by the Program Committee for any other session at the 2020 Annual Meeting.

The papers for the following CFPs will be presented at the 151st annual meeting in January 2020. We will be accepting CFPs from Affiliated Groups to the SCS email address at info@classicalstudies.org.

List of Affiliated Group CFPs

MOISA: Moving to the Music: Song and Dance in Antiquity

Society for Late Antiquity: Late Antique Textualities

Vergilian Society: Imperial Virgil

American Classical League: Greek Culture in the Roman World

Eta Sigma Phi: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students

International Ovidian Society: "What's New in Ovidian Studies?"

Women's Classical Caucus: Sister's Doin' for Themselves

Lambda Classical Caucus: Lesbianism before Sexuality

Greek and Latin Linguistics

American Society of Papyrologists: "Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt"

Society for Ancient Medicine and Pharmacy: "Ordering Information in Greco-Roman Medicine"

International Plutarch Society: Literary Banquets of the Imperial Era

Eos: Black Classicism in the Visual Arts

AANLS: Neo-Latin in the Old and New Worlds: Current Scholarship

Friends of Herculaneum: "Pieces of the Puzzle"

Society for Ancient Mediterranean Religions: God and Man in the Second Sophistic: Criticism, Innovation and Continuity

Digital Classics Association: Evaluating Scholarship, Digital and Traditional

American Society of Greek and Latin Epigraphy: Inscriptions and Dates

Society for Early Modern Classical Reception: Homer in the Renaissance

Friends of Numismatics: Coins as Tools for Teaching about the Ancient World

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