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).
CANE accepts general Classics announcements in addition to CANE related announcements. We also publish longer articles on items of pedagogical interest, CANE information, and resources of use to lovers of the Classics.
- If you’d like us to post news or announcements relating to Classics in New England, or if you’d like to share interesting links or resources, please contact Announcements using the form below. Additionally, if you are interested in writing a Feature Article for us, contact us and consider these guidelines:
Pieces need to be written from an objective viewpoint. If an article is about a company or product in which the author has a stake, this should be disclosed in the article footer and care should be taken to make sure that the article is not just an advertisement but instead talks about a larger topic. For example, someone could write a piece on the value of games in the classroom and mention a game his or her company produces, but not write a review of the game.
- The following Executive Board members can help you with specific issues:
- President: upcoming Annual Meetings and general information
- Treasurer: dues, fees, and membership status
- Secretary: Annual Bulletins, minutes, and governing documents
- Webmaster: website functionality
- CANEPress Editor: purchasing CANEPress titles
- NECJ Editor: submitting NECJ articles
- CSI Director: anything related to CANE Summer Institute
- For all other inquiries, please see the Officers and Committees page.
For event postings, scholarships, calls for papers, or other situations that involve due dates, please fill out the first form. For all other inquiries, use the subsequent form.