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Submission deadlines now available! The program submission system is now open.
General Information for All Annual Meetings
Every winter, the Society for Classical Studies holds a joint meeting with the Archaeological Institute of America. In addition to the presentation of individual papers and panels, features of the annual meeting include an exhibit hall for browsing and purchasing the latest books from a variety of publishers; roundtable discussion sessions; dramatic performances by the Committee on Ancient and Modern Performance; meetings and receptions of affiliated groups; and much more.
Latest Meeting News
- The Committee on Ancient and Modern Performance (CAMP) is seeking participants for the Lysistrata at the 2024 Annual Meeting. See CAMP's reminder and the original CFP here.
- Interested in how the annual meeting program is built? You can read this new resource by former VP for Program Cynthia Damon, Building the Program: the View from the Program Committee
The SCS Program Committee has issued a special call for seminars for 2024.
The program submission system is now closed at https://scsprogramsubmission.secure-platform.com/site
SCS has a new submission system this year. To log into the system, you will need to use the primary email address (profile address) associated with your member account on the SCS/JHUP membership site. To check the address and to ensure your membership is up to date, go to your member profile at https://scs.press.jhu.edu/membership/log-in
For guidance on accessing and using the new system, see this page.
If you have difficulty using the new system or logging in, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadlines for submission are as follows:
- April 24 at 11.59pm EDT for panels (including committee panels), workshops, seminars, roundtables, affiliated group applications, organizer-refereed panel applications, affiliated group panel reports, and organizer-refereed panel reports.
- May 1 at 11.59pm EDT for individual abstracts and lightning talks.
Please note that at this stage, no decision has been made about whether the 2024 annual meeting will be a hybrid event or what sorts of virtual events may be offered if the meeting itself is not fully hybrid. AIA & SCS do anticipate that there will be a virtual portion of the conference.
Calls for abstracts from affiliated groups, SCS committees, and organizer-refereed panels can be found below.
Calls for Abstracts
- Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy
- The Afterlife of the Body (organizer-refereed panel)
- Coins, Copies, and Prototypes
- “Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt”
- Religious Beliefs and Practices in the Works of Plutarch and his Contemporaries
- Re-tracing the Archive: Affects and Ethics
- Intertextuality and Greek and Roman Cultural Memory
- Reaching over the Divide: Perspectives from K-12, College, and University Class…
- “Essential Digital Classics”
- Greek and Latin Linguistics
- HESPERIDES PANEL “TRANSLATION”
- Society for Late Antiquity Panel: Animal-Human Interactions in Late Antiquity
- CFP: QUEERING THE HERO
- “Green Vergil: Nature and the Environment in Vergil and the Vergilian Tradition”
- CFP: OVID IN RETROSPECT: REVISION, REFLECTION, RECEPTION
- “(New) Materialities of Medicine”
- “Gender, Queerness, and Disability in the Ancient World”
- Taking Stock: Stereotypes in the Ancient Mediterranean (AAACC)
- Music and Power: The View from Hellenistic and Imperial Literature
- Secrecy and sociogenesis: mysteries, restricted rituals, and the growth of reli…
- Law and Epigraphy in the Greek and Roman World (ASGLE)
- The Challenge and Alterity of Early Modernity (SEMCR)
- Libraries Ancient and Modern: From Herculaneum and the New Bibliotheca Alexandr…
- Classics and Social Justice
- The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students (Eta Sigma Phi)