For over a century, the SCS has produced several series of scholarly books and texts and its journal, TAPA (formerly Transactions of the American Philological Association). Click through the links below to learn more about the SCS's publications.
The SCS is currently studying the possibilities for moving from print to digital publication, which is becoming increasingly important in the scholarly world. At the moment, the Digital Latin Library is the main vehicle for these efforts. With this aim in view, we are no longer accepting new proposals for monographs or textbooks.
- SCS Blog
- Monograph Publications
- Textbooks and Resources
- Amphora, sponsored by the Committee on Outreach
- SCS Newsletter
- GreekKeys 2015 SoftwareNew, November 2015
- Presidential Talks delivered at Annual Meetings
- Annual Meeting Sessions on Professional Issues in the Field
- Library of Digital Latin Texts Description and Call for Submissions
The SCS Office also produces a number of publications, including:
- The Graduate Guide: a handbook of information on graduate programs in Classics
- First Three African American Members of the APA
- Careers for Classicists
- Teaching the Classical Tradition
- Programs and Abstracts for the Joint Annual Meeting
Download the order form (pdf) to purchase these publications.