2020 General Information
The 114th Annual Meeting will be held at Trinity College in Hartford, CT on 13-14 March 2020.
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CANE accepts proposals for papers and workshops at the Annual Meeting. The submission window is typically during the fall of the year before the Meeting.
All university and college teachers, secondary school teachers, graduate students, and friends of the classics are cordially invited to submit abstracts for presentations of papers and workshops at the next CANE Annual Meeting, to take place at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, on 13-14 March 2020. Please submit your paper abstracts and workshop proposals by December 16, 2019.
Proposals for papers, workshops, discussion groups, and, in a new departure this year, poster sessions related to the ancient Greco-Roman world will be considered. Studies of authors and works taught in schools and colleges are welcome, as are papers and workshops on art, archaeology, history, mythology, and pedagogy. A major focus for this year will be classical outreach, in addition to college and university pedagogy and poster sessions, and proposals in those areas will be especially welcome.
Please send a one-page abstract (about 300 words) for all papers and workshops. Remember that individual papers are limited to a 15-minute delivery time and workshops must not exceed a one-hour window. Guidelines for submission are available below.
- First read through the guidelines for presenters.
- Then submit your proposal. (NB: Link only active during submission window.)
First Time Attendees!
The Finnegan-Plante scholarship will grant $150 to first time attendees who are members of CANE and whose schools do not cover their costs.
If you are a vendor interested in purchasing a table at the Annual Meeting, please contact the President Elect at presidentelect at caneweb dot org. Tables are $50.