Quid Agitur? (March 12)

  • Get excited for the 2017 CANE Annual Meeting, March 17-18 at Phillips Exeter Academy! Please review the program, hotel information, and information regarding directions and parking.
  • There are still a couple of days left for submissions to the The Bernice L. Fox writing contestsponsored by the Classics Department at Monmouth College. High school students are asked to “make a pitch for a classical figure as president, or depict that person acting as president or on the campaign trail,” with $250 awarded to the author of the best submission. Entries are due March 15.
  • Registration for the 2017 CANE Summer Institute at Brown University is now open. The theme is “The View From a Distance: Perspectives on the Greeks and Romans From Across Space and Time.” We will consider the views and responses to Greece and Rome by contemporaneous “others” from around the ancient world, as well as reactions and adaptations of Greek and Roman culture in later literature and physical art. Whether you are a teacher of Latin and/or Greek, history, English, the arts, or other related disciplines; an undergraduate or graduate student; or a devoted lifelong learner, you will enjoy a thoughtful and enriching experience that includes a wide variety of mini-courses, lectures, workshops, reading groups, and special events while also offering many opportunities for conversation and collegial interaction among participants.