SCS Sesquicentennial: Upcoming Submission Deadlines


2019 Annual Meeting: San Diego, January 3rd to 6th

The SCS call for papers for the upcoming 2019 Annual Meeting has opened. The online program submission system is now available for SCS members. Click here to access the program submission site. It will be a memorable meeting with special programs in celebration of the Sesquicentennial of the SCS (formerly APA).

April 9, 2018 – deadline for the following:

  • All proposals for panels, workshops, seminars, and roundtable discussions.
  • Reports from organizers of committee, organizer-refereed, and affiliated group panels who have issued their own CFPs.
  • Proposals for organizer-refereed panels for 2020.
  • Applications for new affiliated group charters and for renewals of current charters.

April 25, 2018 –  deadline for all individual submissions:

  • Individual abstracts for oral presentation (20 minute papers) and for posters.
  • Short abstracts for new lightning talks (see individual submission guidelines).

“Doing Classics: A Workshop in Historical Methods” at UTM

Doing Classics: A Workshop in Historical Methods

Please RSVP to Jeffrey Easton by Tuesday, March 6, 2018. Please indicate if you will be attending the workshop, lunch, and downtown dinner in the evening. Please also mention any dietary restrictions.

Click here to view poster.

Classics Graduate Application Deadline Approaching: We Want You!

Are you interested in pursuing advanced degrees in Classics? The Department of Classics at the University of Toronto wants you! We offer a thriving pedagogical and scholarly environment in the heart of Canada’s most diverse city, as well as funding for students in both our MA and PhD programs. Click to read more. Application deadline is December 15, 2017.


Upcoming ROM Speaks: Annual Greek Lecture

Tuesday, October 3, 2017
7:00pm – 8:00pm
Reception to follow

Discover the spectacular finds unearthed from the undisturbed burial site of the so-called Griffin Warrior, Prince of Pylos. Dr. Jack L. Davis, Professor of Greek Archaeology at the University of Cincinnati, describes the excavation of this remarkable grave, which included the discovery of four exquisite gold rings. Located a few hundred meters from the Palace of Nestor, though three centuries older, this unanticipated finding has afforded an unparalleled opportunity to examine funerary ritual, gender, and gender distinctions in burial practices.

Full price tickets for the lecture are $20, but students get a discounted price of $15, and members and teachers are $18. For more information and to purchase your tickets online, please visit the ROM website.

Archaeologists Sharon Stocker and Jack Davis of the University of Cincinnati at tomb of a Bronze Age warrior discovered in Pylos, Greece (left) and one of the many bronze weapons found in the tomb: a three-foot long slashing sword with an ivory handle covered with gold (right). Images courtesy of the University of Cincinnati, Pylos Excavations.