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Presidential Events and Publications

Posted Fri, 09/23/2022 - 08:21 in SCS Announcements.

Shelley P. Haley's Presidential Address "Sites of Salvation; Classics And Small Liberal Arts Colleges" appears in this Fall's TAPA.

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CFP: Comparative Political Theory Conference

Posted Mon, 09/19/2022 - 11:03 in Calls for Papers.

Call for Papers: Comparative Political Theory Conference
Title: “The Art of Ruling: Ancient Conceptions of Leadership in a Global Context”
Date: December 3, 2022
Location: New York University, Liberal Studies (726 Broadway, 6th Floor)

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2022 Goodwin Award Winners

Posted Thu, 09/15/2022 - 11:22 in Awards and Fellowships.

The Goodwin Award Committee is delighted to announce the three winners of this year's Charles J. Goodwin Award of Merit. The Goodwin Awards honor outstanding contributions to classical scholarship by members of the Society.

Deborah Tarn Steiner, Choral Constructions in Greek Culture: The Idea of the Chorus in the Poetry, Art and Social Practices of the Archaic and Early Classical Period, Cambridge 2021.

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SCS/ACL Committee to Revise the 2010 Standards for Latin Teacher Preparation

Posted Fri, 09/09/2022 - 10:18 in Websites and Resources.

From Ronnie Ancona and Cynthia White, Co-Chairs of the SCS/ACL Joint Committee to Revise the Standards for Latin Teacher Preparation:

As our committee works to update these Standards, we would very much appreciate input from Latin teachers at all levels of instruction. 

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AMPRAW 2022: Schedule and Registration

Posted Tue, 09/06/2022 - 11:48 in Conferences, Lectures, and Meetings.

AMPRAW is an annual conference that is designed to bring together early-career researchers in the field of classical reception studies. It aims to contribute to the growth of an international network of PhDs working on classical
reception(s), as well as to strengthen relationships between early career researchers and established academics.

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Damned Despot: Rethinking Domitian and the Flavian World

Posted Tue, 09/06/2022 - 11:40 in Calls for Papers.

The Damned Despot:

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Welcome to the New SCS Website

Posted Mon, 09/05/2022 - 12:13 in SCS Announcements.

Welcome to the new SCS website! This site represents a revision and upgrade of our prior site. It is not a complete redesign, but we hope that you will find improvements in the appearance, usability, and search functions. Many, many thanks to our Information Architect Sam Huskey for making our new site a reality.

If you have questions or comments on our new site, please email

Helen Cullyer

Executive Director

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NEH Grant Winners in Classics and Archaeology

Posted Sun, 08/28/2022 - 14:27 in Classics in the News.

Congratulations to NEH grant winners announced in August 2022:

  • Christopher Polt (Boston College) and T.H.M. Gellar-Goad (Wake Forest University) for a grant of $224,081 to run a Summer Institute for Higher Education Faculty on "The Performance of Roman Comedy" in Summer 2023.
  • Leigh Lieberman and the Alexandria Archive Institute / Open Context team for a grant of $249,879 to run a virtual and in-person institute over three years, "Networking Archaeological Data and Communities", on methods of managing and publishing digital archaeological data.

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CFP: Association of Ancient Historians 2023 Annual Meeting

Posted Sun, 08/28/2022 - 13:43 in Calls for Papers.

AAH invites submissions for consideration for the program of the 2023 Annual Meeting of the Association of Ancient Historians, to be held Thursday, April 20 through Saturday, April 22, in Tallahassee, Florida (for more information, please visit 

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Rhetoric and Historiography: New Perspectives

Posted Thu, 08/18/2022 - 09:53 in Calls for Papers.

Rhetoric and Historiography: New Perspectives

A two-day conference to be hosted by The University of Notre Dame, Rome Gateway Center

May 18-21, 2023, Rome

Conveners: Luca Grillo (University of Notre Dame), Emily Baragwanath (UNC, Chapel Hill), Andrew Feldherr (Princeton University) and Christopher Krebs (Stanford University)

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