Preliminary CfP: Edited Volume on “Cicero in Greece, Greece in Cicero”
Submissions are invited for an edited volume on “Cicero in Greece,
Greece in Cicero”.
The Classics program at Austin Peay State University is pleased to invite submissions for the fifth volume of Philomathes: An Online Journal of Undergraduate Research in Classics. This refereed on-line journal publishes original research projects carried out by undergraduate students in any area of Classics. Submissions are welcome from current undergraduates and those who have recently completed their undergraduate education (within one year of graduation). The deadline for submissions for the next issue is Monday, November 16, 2020 with an online publication date scheduled for May 2020.
Classical Memories Modern Identities Series
Editors, Richard Armstrong and Paul Allen Miller
GREEK LITERARY TOPOGRAPHIES IN THE ROMAN IMPERIAL WORLD
The Pennsylvania State University, 16-18 April 2021
Anna Peterson, Penn State
Janet Downie, UNC-Chapel Hill
Jason König, University of St. Andrews
Identity in Vergil: Ancient Representations, Global Receptions
Symposium Cumanum 2021
June 23-26, Villa Vergiliana, Cuma
Co-Directors: Tedd A. Wimperis (Elon University) and David J. Wright (Fordham University)
Call for Papers
February 27th, 2021
University of Florida (Gainesville, FL)
Fourth University of Florida Classics Graduate Student Symposium
Myths and Societies: A Cross-Cultural and Intertemporal Approach
Call for Papers
The Fourteenth Conference on Orality and Literacy in the Ancient World will take place in Jerusalem (Israel) from Sunday 20 June 2021 to Wednesday 23 June 2021. Classicists, historians, students of comparative religion, the Hebrew Bible, early Christian and Rabbinic traditions, as well as scholars in other fields with an interest in oral cultures are cordially invited.
Call for Proposals
Lessons from COVID-19: Reflections on Teaching and Learning Remotely
Special Issue of Teaching Classical Languages
As the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic has forced classes to move to “remote delivery,” students and teachers alike are fearful that both “Everything Will Change” and “Nothing Will Change.” For teachers concerned about the rise of online and distance education, this emergency foray into online teaching prefigures a turn to more permanent and widespread online delivery of coursework: everything will change. For underserved students for whom school serves as a safe place and provides the possibility for socio-economic mobility, the emphasis on technology in remote delivery reiterates geographic and class disparities: nothing will change.
"Techne Agathe: Ethics of Art and Technology from Antiquity to Our Times"
The Second International Conference of Hellenic Studies will take place in Budva (Montenegro), from 14 to 19 September 2020. The topic of the conference is "Techne Agathe: Ethics of Art and Technology from Antiquity to Our Times".
Deadline for submissions: 1 July 2020