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.
In 2021, a task force on bibliography authored a report on the state of bibliography and in particular L'Annee Philologique. The report contains specific recommendations.
The SCS is currently moving from print to digital publication. 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
- SCS Monographs, Textbooks, and Editions
- As part of the Sesquicentennial celebrations, SCS prepared a new resource on the history of book publications at SCS, formerly APA.
- Amphora (outreach publication, discontinued but back issues available)
- SCS Newsletter (1999-2012)
- SCS Newsletters (from May 2017, see our Members Only page)
- GreekKeys 2015 Software
- Presidential Talks delivered at Annual Meetings
- Library of Digital Latin Texts Description and Call for Submissions
The SCS Office also produces a number of publications, including:
- YouTube Channel
- The Graduate Guide: a list of graduate programs in Classics (web page only)
- Twelve African American Members of the Society for Classical Studies: The First Five Decades (1875-1925), (pdf download and available in print)
- Careers for Classicists: Undergraduate Edition (html version, print also available)
- Careers for Classicists: Graduate Student Edition, (html version available, with pdf and print version coming soon)