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Draft Listing of SCS sessions: hybrid 2022 meeting

The following is a draft of SCS paper sessions, panels, and workshops at the 2022 hybrid meeting. Please note that all times listed are PST.

During the Fall, we will update this with special events and roundtable sessions.

Thursday, January 6 (First-Third Session blocks)

Friday, January 7 (Fourth-Sixth Session blocks)

Saturday, January 8 (Seventh-Ninth Session blocks)

Thursday, January 6, 2022

First Paper Session

8:00am

10:30am

Rebuilding, Reconnecting, Restructuring: The Future(s) of Classical Studies Post-COVID (organized by the graduate student committee)

8:00am

10:30am

Ovid and the Natural World (organized by the International Ovidian Society)

8:00am

10:30am

Ancient Music and the Visual Arts (organized by MOISA)

8:00am

10:30am

Greek Tragedy in the Early Empire (organized by the International Plutarch Society)

8:00am

10:30am

Enslavement and Literary Work in the Roman Mediterranean (panel)

8:00am

10:30am

Queer Representations and Receptions of Amazons (organized by the Lambda Classical Caucus)

8:00am

10:30am

Herculanean Studies: The Next Generation (organized by the American Friends of Herculaneum)

8:00am

10:30am

Religion

8:00am

10:30am

The Poetics and Pragmatics of Hellenistic Aesthetics (panel)

Second Paper Session

11:00am

1:00pm

Transformations of Classical Rhetoric During the Renaissance (organized by the Society for Early Modern Classical Receptions)

11:00am

1:00pm

Distanced Classics in a Time of Plague: What Have We Learned (organized by the Digital Classics Association)

11:00am

1:00pm

Recentering the Roman Empire: Local Agency and Interactions with Rome (joint session)

11:00am

1:00pm

"What Is a Woman?," or, Intersextional Feminisms: Exploring Ancient Definitions of Womanhood Beyond the Binary (organized by the WCC)

11:00am

1:00pm

Archaic Art and Poetry

11:00am

1:00pm

Ancient Scholarship

11:00am

1:00pm

Petronius, Lucan, Statius

11:00am

1:00pm

Old Comedy

Third Paper Session

2:00pm

5:00pm

Literary Texts as Objects (organized by the American Society of Papyrologists and the Committee on Publications and Research)

2:00pm

5:00pm

Inclusivity and Assessment in the Classroom (lightning talk session)

2:00pm

5:00pm

Eta Sigma Phi: The Next Generation (organized by Eta Sigma Phi)

2:00pm

5:00pm

WCC Past, Present, and Future: A Celebration of the WCC's 50th Anniversary (workshop)

2:00pm

5:00pm

Classics as Banner and Brand

2:00pm

5:00pm

Medium and Message in Greek Poetry

2:00pm

5:00pm

Historiography and Biography

2:00pm

5:00pm

Parmenides and Plato

2:00pm

5:00pm

Extending Roman Personhood and Authorship (organizer-refereed panel)

 
 

Friday, January 7, 2022

Fourth Paper Session

8:00am

10:30am

Ancient MakerSpaces (workshop, joint session)

8:00am

10:30am

Orientalisms (organized by the AAACC)

8:00am

10:30am

Bridging the "Gap": Interdisciplinary Approaches to the Cretan polis in the Archaic and Classical period (joint session)

8:00am

10:30am

Activisms Ancient and Modern (organized by Classics and Social Justice)

8:00am

10:30am

Epigraphy and Gender in the Greco-Roman World (organized by the Society for Latin and Greek Epigraphy)

8:00am

10:30am

The Poetics of Slavery and Vergil's Georgics (panel)

8:00am

10:30am

The Ancient World in the Contemporary Classroom (lightning talk session)

8:00am

10:30am

The Discipline and the Future of Academic Publishing (workshop)

8:00am

10:30am

The Poetics of Form

Fifth Paper Session

11:00am

1:00pm

Ancient MakerSpaces (workshop, joint session)

11:00am

1:00pm

Honig’s Bacchae / Euripides’ Theory of Refusal (panel)

11:00am

1:00pm

Reception

11:00am

1:00pm

Ancient Medicine 

11:00am

1:00pm

Homer (1)

11:00am

1:00pm

Ovid

11:00am

1:00pm

Seneca

11:00am

1:00pm

Late Antiquity

11:00am

1:00pm

Hellenistic Poetry

Sixth Paper Session (9 sessions)

2:00pm

5:00pm

Roman History

2:00pm

5:00pm

On Being Calmly Wrong 2.0: Learning from Student Evaluations (workshop)

2:00pm

5:00pm

Black Athena before Black Athena (organized by Eos: Africana Receptions of Greece and Rome)

2:00pm

5:00pm

Flavian Literature and its Readers

2:00pm

5:00pm

Greek History (1)

2:00pm

5:00pm

New Comedy, Roman Comedy

2:00pm

5:00pm

Greek Tragedy

2:00pm

5:00pm

Gender and Power

2:00pm

5:00pm

Classical Studies Now: Trends, Techniques, and Tools

 

 

Saturday, January 8, 2022

Seventh Paper Session

8:00 a.m.

11:00 a.m.

Bodies in Chairs: How to think inclusively about student welfare in digital and blended learning (workshop)

8:00 a.m.

11:00 a.m.

The World of Neo-Latin Epic (organized by the American Association for Neo-Latin Studies)

8:00 a.m.

11:00 a.m.

Vergil and Authoritarianism (panel)

8:00 a.m.

11:00 a.m.

Infections, Pandemics, and the Borders of Medicine (organized by the Society for Ancient Medicine and Pharmacy)

8:00 a.m.

11:00 a.m.

Revisioning Classicism in Contemporary Art (panel)

8:00 a.m.

11:00 a.m.

Learning from the Ancient Worlds, Modern Communities Initiatives (workshop organized by the Committee for Classics in the Community)

8:00 a.m.

11:00 a.m.

Multilingualism and Coinage in the Ancient World (joint session)

8:00 a.m.

11:00 a.m.

Rhetoric and Education

Eighth Paper Session

11:30am

1:30pm

Lessons Learned from Teaching during the Pandemic (organized by the American Classical League)

11:30am

1:30pm

Greek and Latin Languages and Linguistics (organized by the Society for Greek and Latin Linguistics)

11:30am

1:30pm

New Trends in Early American Classical Reception (panel)

11:30am

1:30pm

Roman Philosophy

11:30am

1:30pm

Greek History (2)

11:30am

1:30pm

Pindar

11:30am

1:30pm

Gender and Violence in Latin Poetry

Ninth Paper Session

2:30pm

5:00pm

Building the Accessible Classroom (organized by the Committee on K-12 Education)

2:30pm

5:00pm

Gender, Power, and the Body in Late Antiquity (organized by the Society for Late Antiquity)

2:30pm

5:00pm

Modern Platforms for Ancient Performances (organized by CAMP)

2:30pm

5:00pm

Roman Poetry

2:30pm

5:00pm

Homer (2)

2:30pm

5:00pm

Freedom and Enslavement

2:30pm

5:00pm

Philosophi Platonici: Plato in Roman Philosophy (panel)

2.30pm

5:00pm

Egypt

 

 

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