The 2014 CANE Summer Institute has announced its theme. Click here to see it. More specific information on lectures, courses, and registration is forthcoming. For additional information, contact Jeri DeBrohun.
Need to show your administrator a flyer to secure funding for the Annual Conference in March? We have one here. (An extended version will become available in January.)
Speaking of the Annual Meeting, visit here to submit your proposal. We are looking for workshops and papers. The deadline is Dec. 1.
First time attendee to the Annual Meeting? The Finnegan-Plante Scholarship may help you.
There will be four granting periods for discretionary funds of $400 each with the following deadlines: Oct. 1, Dec. 1, Feb. 1 and May 1.
See attached for information on the 2013-2014 Writing Contest.
Founded in 1905, the Classical Association of New England is the professional organization for classicists in the six New England states. CANE’s mission is to foster the study of the classical world through the association’s many activities and resources, including the annual meeting in March, scholarships, discretionary grants, CANE’s own press, and New England Classical Journal (NECJ).
In the drop-down menus above, you will find links to all CANE’s resources and activities, as well as instructions on how to join the association.
For announcements and news, please see the CANEns portion of our site.
CANE President: Michael Deschenes, St. Sebastian’s School
Webmaster: Ben Revkin, East Greenwich High School
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