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113TH ANNUAL CAMWS MEETING
- a special plenary panel on Wednesday evening entitled Grace Harriet Macurdy (1866-1946) and Her Impact on the Study of Women's History followed by a reception sponsored by the Women's Classical Caucus
- a plenary lecture on Thursday evening entitled “Playing With Time: Anachronism in Ancient Literature” by Peter Bing of University of Waterloo, sponsored by the Waterloo Institute for Hellenistic Studies
- a Presidential panel on Ovid and Virgil
- an address on Virgilian ecphrasis by CAMWS President Alden Smith at the Friday evening banquet
- Orator Jim May’s memorable ovationes
- Optional Saturday-Afternoon Excursions to experience the special flavors of southern Ontario (There are no Saturday afternoon paper sessions this year.)
- A GSIC panel on Finding a Job with a Graduate Degree in Classics
- A CPL panel on Testing Classical Languages and Culture in the 21st Century
- Fourteen Round-Table Discussions on topics like increasing diversity among Classics students, testing and assessment ancient Greek and Surviving and Thriving as a Small Classics Program
- GSIC Workshop on Understanding Graduate Student Needs on Campus and Beyond
- CPL Workshop on Students as Advocates
- and much, much more.
For travel and hotel information or to register for the meeting, go to CAMWS Meeting2017.
Featured CAMWS Member
|CAMWS congratulates Geoff Bakewell of Rhodes College, who has been named a Whitehead Professor at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens for 2017-2018.|
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