An announcement from the organizers of the West Coast Plato Workshop:
The 2022 West Coast Plato Workshop will be on Plato’s Republic Book 1-4. It will take place May 27-29, 2022, at Stanford University.
We do intend this to be an in person conference (the pandemic permitting). But we also understand that some people’s circumstances may not allow them to attend an person event. We will make the conference available via Zoom and if anyone whose paper is accepted is unable to attend in person, we’ll work with her to make it possible for her present via Zoom. Although we still intend it to be in person, we can make some exceptions if need be.
Call for Papers
Saturday, February 26, 2022
University of Florida (Gainesville, FL)
Call for Proposals – Symposium Cumanum 2022
The Vergilian Society seeks proposals for the twenty-eighth annual Symposium Cumanum, to take place at the Harry Wilks Study Center at the Villa Vergiliana in Cuma, Italy in late June 2022. We will consider a proposal on any theme pertaining to Vergil and his times, although preference may be given to a subject that has not been treated recently. Descriptions of previous symposia can be found on the Vergilian Society website, at https://www.vergiliansociety.org/symposium_cumanum/
Call for Papers
Fédération internationale des associations d’études classiques (FIEC)
(Virtual Meeting Format)
Hesperides Sponsored Session
"Hesperian Transformations: New Approaches to the Classical Tradition"
Proposal Deadline: July 12, 2021
We are pleased to announce Plato 2022, an interdisciplinary workshop that will investigate the contemporary relevance of Plato’s ethical and political thought. The workshop will be held virtually on June 9-10, 2022. We welcome papers on Plato’s ethical and political thinking and encourage submissions that relate to contemporary events.
Revised 6/17/21 with updated submissions guidelines
As previously announced, Patrice Rankine and Sasha-Mae Eccleston will serve as guest editors of a future issue of TAPA with the theme of race, racism, and Classics (issue 153:1, to appear April 2023). Covid-19 and the global Movement 4 Black Lives have highlighted the extent to which racism is a public health emergency whose reach extends across the Black Atlantic and far beyond. In light of these deeply imbricated developments of 2020, this volume becomes even more timely. A detailed call for papers, along with instructions and deadlines for submission in 2021, follows.
Race and Racism: Beyond the Spectacular
Call for papers: Human Crime and Divine Punishment in Ancient Didactic poetry
Trinity College Dublin, 10-11 March 2022
2022 Comparative Literature Conference
University of South Carolina
February 10th -13th, 2022
Truth in the Late Foucault
Sandra Boehringer (Université de Strasbourg)
Alex Dressler (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
Edward McGushin (Stonehill College)
Special Event: “Foucault: A Polemical Dialogue”
Statius – author of a coherent œuvre?
Newcastle University, 26-28 May 2022