2011 Election Results

The following members were chosen in the elections held this Summer. They take office on January 8, 2012, except for the two new members of the Nominating Committee who take office immediately.)

President-Elect Denis Feeney
Vice President, Outreach Mary-Kay Gamel
Vice President, Publications Michael Gagarin
Board of Directors Sara Forsdyke

Matthew Roller
Nominating Committee Donald J. Mastronarde
Ruth Scodel
Education Committee Member Mary C. English
Goodwin Award Committee Peter T. Struck
Professional Matters Comm. Members Lillian Doherty

Barbara K. Gold
Program Committee Member Christopher A. Faraone
Publications Committee Member Andrew M. Riggsby
Referendum Question Approved
(amendment of Statement of Professional Ethics)

In accordance with a policy established by the Board of Directors, the Association does not publish the numerical tabulation of the election in the Newsletter or on the web site. The information is available, however, and any member may request the tabulation by making a written request to the Executive Director at the Association's office.

1,142 members (41% of the 2,766 members eligible to vote as of July 31, 2011) cast a ballot in at least one of the above elections. Participation in last year’s election, the second to be held online, was 1,095 as compared to 1,183 the year before. Once again we received a number of useful comments about the online procedure used this year and will make changes next year to make the balloting process easier.

Adam D. Blistein
Executive Director

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The Resident Fellowship is our core offering for scholars and artists of all disciplines to develop projects that expand the way we think about the history, practice, and performance of dance. Past fellows have come from wide-ranging disciplines such as history, design, philosophy, visual arts, and more. Fellows are not required to be experts in ballet or dance, but must have an interest in engaging with the art.

The fellowship provides space, a stipend, and the time to pursue rigorous work. Fellows also gain new colleagues and a broad community of scholars and artists, two communities that do not often meet.

Fellowship timing and duration depend on individual fellow needs and project scopes. Prior residencies have run between four and sixteen weeks. The residency must occur during NYU’s academic year (September 2021 – May 2022).

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The Classics Everywhere initiative, launched by the SCS in 2019, supports projects that seek to engage communities worldwide with the study of Greek and Roman antiquity in new and meaningful ways.

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Now and Then: (In)equity and Marginalization in Ancient Mediterranean Studies

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Deadline for submission: December 1st, 2020

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The gods and goddesses worshipped by ancient Greeks and Romans belonged to particular cultural, social, and political contexts. Your task is to imagine at least one new Olympian deity who exists in the context of the modern world. How would contemporary norms affect the god’s attributes and the ways they would be worshipped? Your entry could take the form of a myth in the style of Ovid’s Metamorphoses, a poem in the style of a Homeric Hymn, a portion of a play, or any number of other genres or formats.

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A groundbreaking new article written by Brown University classicist and graduate student Kelly Nguyen explores classical reception in and beyond Vietnam for the first time. In the process, she adds “Vietnamese voices to [the] ongoing discourse on the accessibility of classics.”[1] She spoke with the SCS blog's EIC, Sarah Bond, about her new article, how she became interested in classical reception within Vietnamese literature, and the “double-edged sword” of the cultural capital held by the field of Classics. 

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The William Sanders Scarborough Fellowships
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The following members were elected in the ballot held this Summer. They take office in January 2021, except for the two new members of the Nominating Committee who take office immediately.  Thank you to all SCS members who agreed to stand for election this year.

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Matthew Santirocco

Vice President for Publications and Research  

Kathryn Gutzwiller
Vice President for Professional Matters

Ruth Scodel

Directors

Jinyu Liu

Dan-el Padilla Peralta

Professional Ethics Committee

Amy Pistone

Nominating Committee

Serena Connolly

Katherine Lu Hsu

Program Committee

Emily Baragwanath

Ayelet Haimson Lushkov  

Sarah Culpepper Stroup

Goodwin Committee

Richard Hunter

Amy Richlin

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In last year’s introductory Greek class, I watched a student rejoice when asked to give a (partial) synopsis of the verb ‘λύω.’ While synopses are rarely met with enthusiastic responses, this student knew that the synopsis, if correctly produced, would make him stronger. My class was playing Olympus, a term-length board game played in one-hour instalments throughout the quarter, and he had just drawn the Agōgē card.

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