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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 2022 Annual Meeting.

The papers for the following CFPs will be presented at the 153rd annual meeting in January. We will be accepting CFPs from Affiliated Groups until mid-December 2020.

List of Affiliated Group CFPs

LCC: "Queer Representations and Receptions of Amazons"

International Plutarch Society: "Greek Tragedy in the Early Empire"

International Ovidian Society: "Ovid and the Natural World"

Asian and Asian American Classical Caucus Panel: "Orientalisms"

Women's Classical Caucus: "'What is a Woman' or Intersextional Feminisms"

Society for the Study of Greek and Latin Language and Linguistics

American Classical League: "Lessons Learned from Teaching During the Pandemic"

Society for Late Antiquity: "Gender, Power, and the Body in Late Antiquity"

American Society of Papyrologists: "Literary Texts as Objects"

Society for Ancient Medicine and Pharmacology: "Infection, Pandemic and the Borders of Medicine"

Vergilian Society: "Vergil and Authoritarianism"

Classics and Social Justice: "Ancient and Modern Civic Activism"

MOISA: "Ancient Music and the Visual Arts"

Society for Early Modern Classical Reception: "Transformations of classical rhetoric in the Renaissance"

Friends of Numismatics: "Coins as Text, Coins in Text"

AANLS: The World of Neo-Latin Epic

Eta Sigma Phi: The Next Generation

American Friends of Herculaneum: Herculean Studies

American Society of Greek and Roman Epigraphy (ASGLE): "Epigraphy and Gender in the Graeco-Roman World"

Digital Classics Association: "Distanced Classics in a Time of Plague: What Have We Learned?"