In the wake of recent calls for changes to the profession, the WCC invites people to submit syllabi and resources for those interested in teaching women, gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, class, and disability in antiquity, as well as in classical receptions, to the new Diotima: https://diotimawcc.wordpress.com/about/. Send material to email@example.com.
Diotima (http://www.stoa.org/diotima/) and the WCC (http://wccaucus.org/) have long been resources for teaching about women; we wish to continue to serve as a repository for more inclusive intersectional courses and pedagogies.
Follow these links to the Classics and Social Justice group (firstname.lastname@example.org), MRECC https://www.facebook.com/groups/mrecc/), and Resources for Teaching Race and Ethnicity on Rebecca Futo Kennedy’s blog (https://rfkclassics.blogspot.com/p/teaching-race-and-ethnicity.html) for other sources. It is our hope that by working collaboratively and pooling our resources, we can better educate ourselves and improve as teachers.