The Committee on Ancient and Modern Performance (CAMP) of the American Philological Association invites proposals for a panel to be held under the Committee’s sponsorship at the 146th Annual Meeting of the APA (New Orleans, January 8-11, 2015). Submissions, which should not exceed 500 words in length, should include:
(1) the title of the proposed panel;
(2) a general outline of the proposed topic;
(3) a brief explanation of the topic's relevant to the performance of ancient or modern drama;
(4) and, where relevant, a brief bibliography.
APA panels usually comprise either four 20-minute papers in a two-hour session, or four 20-minute papers plus short introduction and response in a
two-and-a-half-hour session. Panel proposals should be sent via e-mail to Amy R. Cohen, Chair of the Committee on Ancient and Modern Performance (email@example.com), by December 30, 2013 (note extended deadline).
It should be noted that selection and sponsorship of a panel topic by the Committee does not in itself guarantee final acceptance of the panel by the
APA Program Committee. Note that the organizer of any panel selected by the Committee will have to be a fully paid-up member of the APA for 2014.