General Announcements

By jennifer_ranck | March 31, 2022

New Directions in the Study of Women in the Greco-Roman World

Book Launch to Celebrate the Book and its dedicatee, Sarah B. Pomeroy

When: Monday, April 4, 2022, 1:00pm-2:30pm EDT

Where: Zoom (email Ronnie Ancona for information: rancona@hunter.cuny.edu)

By jennifer_ranck | March 29, 2022

The Department of Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies celebrates its new identity

Questioning and building upon what has come before

By jennifer_ranck | February 9, 2022

AIA/SCS Career Development Seminars 

Wednesday Feb 16, 2022 (4pm EST) and Thursday, March, 17, 2022 (4pm EST)

February 16, 4:00-5:00pm Eastern: Laura Surtees on libarianship. Laura is a Research and Instruction Librarian and coordinator of the specialty Rhys Carpenter Library at Bryn Mawr College. You can read Laura's biography and sign up at https://forms.gle/DMd298Rb5UJ2Ax3N9 .

The Career Development Seminar scheduled for Thursday, January 20, from 4:00-5:00pm  Eastern has been rescheduled for Thursday March 17, 4:00-5:00pm Eastern. It will feature Nathalie Roy and Michael Posey, talking about K-12 teaching. You can sign up for this seminar here: https://forms.gle/nJSMwGew5yWUmMAXA .

By jennifer_ranck | February 7, 2022

Several affiliated groups have extended their deadlines in their calls for abstracts for the 2023 Annual Meeting:

American Classical League, Teaching Students to Read Latin: What does that mean?, February 10, 2022

Vergilian Society, Green Vergil: Nature and the Environment in Vergil and the Vergilian Tradition, February 11, 2022

By jennifer_ranck | February 2, 2022

Announcing SOURCES IN EARLY POETICS, a new book series published by Brill

By Helen Cullyer | March 10, 2021

A message from the National Humanities Alliance:

"Advocates from all 50 states and Washington D.C. will be meeting virtually with their Members of Congress and congressional staff to discuss federal funding for the humanities. They will be thanking Members of Congress for the funding in the American Rescue Plan and pushing for increased funding for a wide range of humanities programs in FY 2022!

Help bolster their efforts by writing to your Members of Congress today!

We’ve won incremental increases for the NEH in each of the past 6 years, but given the needs of the humanities community and the crucial role they have to play in the current moment, we are urging a far more robust increase this year. Take action for the NEH!

By Erik Shell | September 1, 2020

Call for Application and Nominations for Editor of TAPA (2022-2025)

The current TAPA Editor Andromache Karanika will end her term of service with volume 151 (2021). Therefore, we are now opening a search for the next TAPA Editor, to cover volumes 152-155 (2022-2025), and inviting applications and nominations for the position.

TAPA is the only journal published by the Society for Classical Studies. Though founded as a philological journal, TAPA is now expected to reflect a broad spectrum of topics, sub-fields, and theoretical and methodological approaches within Greek and Roman Studies.

Qualifications:

By Helen Cullyer | April 3, 2017
On Friday March 31, SCS received the following letter from Prof. Franco Montanari, President of FIEC.
 
We thank Prof. Montanari and FIEC for this statement of support for Classics and the humanities in general in the US.
 
Sir / Madam,
 
Recent developments in the funding of teaching and research in the Humanities in the United
States have become a cause of concern for the entire community of Classical Studies wordwide.
 
FIEC is an umbrella federation of all major associations of Classics in the world, including the
Society of Classical Studies, based in the US. We wish to express our stongest support to all our
colleagues who teach and conduct research at a time when the Humanities face a massive lack of
support from their government, which may result in major funding cuts.
 
By Helen Cullyer | March 17, 2017

This message is intended for members in the US.  Yesterday, President Trump’s budget blueprint was published.  It calls for the elimination of many crucial educational and cultural agencies including the NEH, NEA, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and Institute of Museum of Library Services (IMLS). 

A brief survey of grants made by the NEH over the last seven years shows the potential impact on our field.  The NEH has funded:

-          Numerous research fellowships for individual scholars as well as the SCS-administered TLL Fellowship and the fellowship program at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens.

-          Digitization, publication, and editing of ancient coins, inscriptions, and papyri.

-          Projects that explore the use of computational methods for analyzing ancient texts.

-          Archaeological projects from Italy to Jordan.

By Helen Cullyer | July 12, 2016

The Department of Classical Studies at the College of William and Mary invites applications for an adjunct teaching position for the Fall 2016 and Spring 2017. The teaching load will be two courses per semester, to include intermediate Latin and Greek Civilization. Consideration of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.  Applications should be submitted on line through the following link:

https://jobs.wm.edu/postings/25116

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