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The Politics of Archaism in the Imperial Period
An international colloquium at the University of Bristol (1 July 2022)
This colloquium is generously sponsored by the Institute of Greece, Rome, and the Classical Tradition, the University of Bristol, the Classical Association, and the Institute of Classical Studies. Its scope is to stimulate research on a crucial aspect of Roman Imperial culture, namely the widespread employment of archaism in Greek and Latin by the most authoritative intellectuals of the period, such as Dio of Prusa, Lucian of Samosata, Maximus of Tyre, and Aelius Aristides for Greek; Fronto, Apuleius, and Aulus Gellius for Latin.
The Department of Classics at UCLA is pleased to announce the following opportunity designed to advance the department's goals of diversity and inclusion. The department is offering a one-year tuition scholarship for our post-baccalaureate program in Classics for the academic year 2022-2023, designed to benefit a promising candidate for graduate work who needs an extra year of preparation in the ancient languages before applying to graduate programs in Classical Studies. Members of groups who contribute to the University’s diversity—including members of groups that have been historically and are presently underrepresented in the academy (e.g., racial and ethnic minorities and individuals from low income backgrounds) are especially encouraged to apply. Applicants should have completed a bachelor’s program or equivalent in Classics or a related field and must be legally authorized to work/study in the United States at the time of submitting the application.
To submit to the SCS program committee, see the following link and deadlines:
The program submission system is now open: https://program.classicalstudies.org/
You must be a current SCS member to log into the system. To renew you membership or check your membership status, check our membership site.
The deadlines for submitting proposals and abstracts via the program submission system are:
Panel, committee panel, workshop, seminar, and roundtable proposals.
Affiliated group reports, and already approved organizer-refereed reports.
New charter applications for affiliated groups, charter renewals for affiliated groups, and new organizer-refereed panel proposals for the 2024 meeting.
Individual abstracts and lightning talk abstracts.
Committees, Affiliated Groups, and Organizer-refereeed Panels
The Classical Association of New England (CANE) invites you to this year's CANE Summer Institute, “Maiores a(n)d Posteriores: Imagining ‘classical antiquity’ into the future” on July 11-16, 2022. For the past several decades, CANE has offered a week-long program of mini-courses, professional development workshops, reading groups, and public lectures.
This summer, access to the institute will be offered in two formats: in person at Brown University (room and board options available) and online via CANE Zoom. Participants choose one format when registering. The mini-courses will be offered separately for in-person and online participants; workshops and reading groups will accommodate participants in both formats; public lectures will be in-person and live-streamed simultaneously. For information about this year’s offerings, including descriptions of our mini-courses, professional development workshops, reading groups, and public lectures, please visit www.caneweb.org/csi to link to the full program information and online registration option.
AMPRAW is an annual conference that is designed to bring together early-career researchers in the field of classical reception studies, and will be held for the tenth year. 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.
AMPRAW 2022 will be held at Yale University from Thursday 3rd November to Saturday 5th November 2022, with the generous support of the Department of Classics at Yale University, the ARCHAIA program, and the Whitney Humanities Centre.
We anticipate holding this conference in a hybrid format. We hope that participants will be able to join us in person in New Haven, but will also allow remote access for both speakers and audience members.
This year’s theme is “Islands”. Possible topics may include, but need not be limited to, the following:
New Futures for the Greek and Roman Past
The Penn Public Lectures on Classical Antiquity and the Contemporary World aim to advance understanding of the many ways the past is put to use in building the present. They will be delivered by visionary scholars of ancient Greece and Rome, who will reimagine the role those ancient cultures have played over time in the building of later cultural forms, including the discipline of Classical Studies itself.
Arheologia is a research journal of the Institute of Archaeology, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine discussing problems of archaeology. The journal presents articles on ancient history and archaeology from prehistory till the Early Modern period, publications of new materials and research results regarding the sites situated on the territory of Ukraine and beyond, biographic materials, reviews and chronicles. The journal’s audience are historians, local lore researchers, teachers, students of historical departments, general public interested in the ancient history of Ukraine.
Arheologia is asking for direct support in the form of scholarship. The executive editor, Dr. Tetiania Shevchenko, has put out a call requesting non-Ukrainian submissions to the journal. The journal is open access (no publication fees) and accepts submissions in English. There's already a range of Classics relevant articles published in the journal, so additional relevant research in Classics is welcome.
New Directions in the Study of Women in the Greco-Roman World
Book Launch to Celebrate the Book and its dedicatee, Sarah B. Pomeroy
When: Monday, April 4, 2022, 1:00pm-2:30pm EDT
Where: Zoom (email Ronnie Ancona for information: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sarah Pomeroy’s groundbreaking Goddesses, Whores, Wives, and Slaves introduced scholars, students, and general readers to an exciting new area of inquiry: women in classical antiquity. Almost fifty years later, New Directions in the Study of Women in the Greco-Roman World builds upon and moves beyond Pomeroy’s seminal work to represent the next step in this interdisciplinary field.
(posted on behalf of Jakub Pigoń with details from Ukrainian Wikipedia entry)
Oleksandr Kyslyuk, a historian and classicist, was born in 1962. He graduated from Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv and was active as a language teacher (including ancient Greek) and, in particular, as a translator from Greek, Latin and other languages at the Kyiv Theological Academy and Seminary of the UOC-KP (1993-2005). Most recently, he was a senior lecturer at the Department of Theory and History of State and Law of the Institute of Political Science and Law of the National Pedagogical University MP Dragomanova, where he conducted classes in Latin and Roman law. Aristotle's Politics, Xenophon's Anabasis and a treatise by Thomas of Aquinas were among the works he rendered into Ukrainian. He died on March 5, 2022 in Bucha near Kyiv.