New to CANE?

Here’s what we have to offer.

The Classical Association of New England is a membership organization open to scholars, educators, students, and all those with an interest in the languages, history, cultures, and literature of the ancient and medieval Mediterranean world, as well as their reception around the globe and into modern times.

Follow these links to CANE events, resources, publications, and outreach:

Virtual Annual Meeting (July 13-17, 2020)

CANE Awards, Scholarships, and Writing Contest

Teacher Resources and CANEPress Publications

New England Classical Journal

Resources for Classicists Relevant to Black Lives Matter 

CANE Statements and Blog Posts

CANE Summer Institute (2021)

Contact CANE Officers


The 2021 CANE Annual Meeting   Recently updated !

Due to the ongoing pandemic, the upcoming CANE annual meeting will be a virtual meeting via Zoom on consecutive Saturdays, March 13th and 20th, in 2021. Registration will be required to attend this virtual meeting, and more information about the meeting will emerge in the coming months.

Please use this link to submit your proposal for an individual paper, workshop, or panel of papers by December 15, 2020. The ability to submit a panel of papers is a new feature of the 2021 annual meeting. This grants the opportunity for a group of 3 to 4 presenters to submit papers on a pre-established topic or theme. Please note also that up-to-date CANE membership is a requirement to submit a proposal, so please join CANE or renew your membership if you have not already.

Please also note the many award and scholarship opportunities that CANE has to offer, including our annual writing contest for regional high school students, and an award to cover the cost of meeting registration for first-time attendees. I especially encourage you to submit nominations for the Matthew I. Wiencke Teaching Award for a primary, middle, or secondary school teacher!


Topics for Challenging Times – Elections: Ancient and Modern

The NYU Center for Ancient Studies presents
Fall 2020 Series
TOPICS FOR CHALLENGING TIMES: Ancient Perspectives on Modern Issues

ELECTIONS: ANCIENT AND MODERN
Welcome and Introduction
Matthew S. Santirocco
Professor of Classics and Angelo J. Ranieri Director of Ancient Studies, NYU

Speakers
Joy Connolly
President, American Council of Learned Societies

Melissa R. Michelson
Dean of Arts & Sciences and Professor of Political Science, Menlo College

For more information, contact the NYU Center for Ancient Studies at ancient.studies@nyu.edu or 212.992.7978

Hosted by NYU Center for Ancient Studies at via Zoom on 2020-10-21, 5:30pm.

RSVP by 2020-10-20.

For more information, click https://as.nyu.edu/ancientstudies/news.html or contact ancient.studies@nyu.edu.


SCS Awards for Excellence in Teaching

The SCS Joint Committee on the Classics in American Education invites nominations for the 2020 SCS Awards for Excellence in Teaching at the Precollegiate Level. Two awards are given each year. The value is $500.00 (cash), $200.00 (materials budget), and plane fare plus two nights in the conference hotel at either the SCS annual meeting (deferrable, as the 2021 meeting will be remote), the ACL annual meeting (Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri, June 24-26, 2021) or the Classical Association of Canada annual meeting (University of Victoria, Victoria, British Columbia, May 2021). The awardee may choose. Candidates remain eligible for three years in total. The nomination is due October 15, 2020.