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The 115th annual meeting of the Classical Association of the Middle West and South will take place April 3-6, 2019 in Lincoln, Nebraska at The Cornhusker at the invitation of the University of Nebraska. The Local Committee has prepared this Slideshow inviting you to Lincoln as well as this Visitor's Guide and wants you to remember that "Lincoln is better than you're thinkin'!"
Listen to audios from the banquet here.
Program / Meeting Highlights / Meeting at a Glance
Here are the panels and workshops accepted for CAMWS 2019.
Here are the individual abstracts listed alphabetically by title and by last name of presenter.
Round Table Discussion Topics
Handouts and other materials uploaded by presenters can be accessed at camws.org/2019-meeting-uploads. Presenters are advised to contact firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions about uploading.
New this year: CAMWS displayed recent books by CAMWS authors at the 2019 meeting in Lincoln. If you have had a book published in the last three years and would like your book included, you are welcome to bring along a copy to add to the display or have a copy mailed from the press in advance to the CAMWS office at the following address: CAMWS Author Book Display, c/o Monmouth College, 700 E. Broadway, Monmouth IL 61462. The covers of those books received at least a month in advance of the meeting will also appear in the program as part of the advertisement for this display. You do not have to attend the meeting to have your book displayed.
Placing an Ad in the Program
Exhibiting at the Meeting
CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS:
Teachers who would like to earn Continuing Education Units (CEU's) for attending the meeting do not have to do anything in advance. When they arrive, they should simply ask at the CAMWS registration desk for a CEU application form. Before leaving the meeting, they should return the completed form to the CAMWS registration desk.
Please be aware that submission of an abstract implies a commitment to present the paper in person in Lincoln. In the rare instance that a paper must be read in absentia due to extenuating circumstances, the author is expected to arrange for a leader at the appropriate session and also to register for at least one day of the meeting.
These Resolutions were read at the Business meeting.
Here is a draft of the Minutes of the 2019 Business Meeting in Lincoln. These minutes need to be approved at the 2020 meeting in Birmingham.
CAMWS endorses the Statement on Professional Ethics of the Society for Classical Studies and this Code of Conduct at Meetings.
A Guide for Presenting Professional Papers at CAMWS Meetings (pdf)
A Guide for Presiders of Sessions at CAMWS Meetings (pdf)