2019 Annual Meeting of the Society for Classical Studies - 03-04-05-06/01/2019, San Diego (CA, USA)
LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: San Diego Marriott Marquis & Marina (San Diego, CA, USA)
ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Society for Classical Studies
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- What’s Roma Got to Do with It?: Staging Romanitas in Republican Drama
- Political Thought in Latin Literature
- Graphic Display: Form and Meaning in Greek and Latin Writing
- Thirty Years of the Jeweled Style
List of Affiliated Group CFPs
- International Plutarch Society: "Truth to Power: Literary, Rhetorical, and Philosophical Responses to Autocratic Rule in the Roman Empire"
- Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy
- American Classical League: "What Can 'Active' Latin Accomplish?"
- American Association of Neo-Latin Studies: "Neo-Latin in a Global Context: Current Approaches"
- Greek and Latin Linguistics
- Lambda Classical Caucus: "Turning Queer: Queerness and the Trope"
- Womens Classical Caucus: "Global Feminism and the Classics"
- Society for Ancient Medicine and Pharmacology: "Medical Communities in the Ancient Mediterranean"
- Vergilian Society: "What's in a Name? Race, Ethnicity, and Cultural Identity in the Poetry of Vergil"
- Eta Sigma Phi: "The Next Generation: Papers by Undergraduate Classics Students"
- Digital Classics Association: "Reconnecting the Classics"
- Eos: "Theorizing Africana Receptions"
- Society for Early Modern Classical Reception: "Classical and Early Modern Epic: Comparative Approaches and New Perspectives"
- The American Society of Papyrologists: “Culture and Society in Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Egypt”
- International Society of Neoplatonic Studies: "Allegory, Poetics, and Symbol in Neoplatonic Texts"
- American Society of Greek and Latin Epigraphy: "Writing the History of Epigraphy and Epigraphers"
- Society for Late Antiquity: "Where does it end?": Limits on imperial authority in Late Antiquity
- Society for Ancient Mediterranean Religion: "Epic Gods, Imperial City: Religion and Ritual in Latin Epic from Beginnings to Late Antiquity"