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All times listed are Central Time.
Meetings and Receptions of Interest
CSJ Open Meeting: Tuesday, January 5, 5-6pm CT (access link)
WCC’s Welcome Night Reception and Awards Ceremony: Tuesday, January 5, 8 – 10pm
Pachanga Latina: A Hispanic/Latinx Faculty and Grad Student Meet and Greet: Wednesday, January 6, 6:30 – 7:30pm
Reception: MRECC and EOS’s Reception in Honor of Shelley Haley and Her Assumption of the SCS Presidency: Thursday, January 7, 8 – 9pm
Mountaintop Coalition Virtual Reception: Friday, January 8, 7:30 – 8:30pm
WCC Open Meeting: Saturday, January 9, 12 – 1pm
9am – 12pm: Classics In/Out of Asia (AAACC panel)
2 – 5pm: Ancient Theater in Chicagoland (CAMP panel)
9am – 12pm: Believing Ancient Women: A Feminist Epistemology for Greece and Rome (seminar)
You must sign-up for this seminar before it takes place. The sign-up form is available here.
2 – 5pm: Eos READS: Toni Morrison, “Unspeakable Things Unspoken: The Afro-American Presence in American Literature”
Requires pre-reading and registration. Please find the required materials to prepare for the workshop here: https://www.eosafricana.org/reads/toni-morrisons-unspeakable-things-unspoken
2 – 5pm: Classics and Childcare (workshop)
2 – 5pm: Legalize It: Gender and Sexuality in Ancient Law (LCC panel)
9am – 12pm: Indigenous Voices and Classical Literature
2 – 5pm: COVID-19 and the Future of Classics Graduate Study
5:30 – 7:30pm: Presidential Panel: William Sanders Scarborough and Black Classicism at the Turn of the Twentieth Century, organized by Sheila Murnaghan
9am – 12pm: Greco-Roman Antiquity and White Supremacy
9am – 12pm: Think of the Children!: The Reception of the Ancient World in Children’s Media (WCC panel)
2 – 5pm: Difficult Topics in the Classroom
2 – 5pm: Race, Classics, and the Latin Classroom