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Professor Sarah Parcak Nov 27
Hey DC peeps- come to our all $ goes to support the I’ll be sharing some *never before seen publicly* images and stories. I’m on the AIA board and so proud of the amazing outreach work they do.
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Darius Arya Jan 5
Loved to sneak out of this morning to soak up a little of DC’s awesome museums and views - reminds me a lot of Roma with the Capitol dome and Washington Monument!
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Dr. Sarah Bond Jan 9
Don’t ever let people tell you that anger can’t be productive. 4 years ago today, I got mad at an all male panel and vowed to start . Over 400+ contributors later, we began a resource to allow editors, journalists & conference presiders find women.
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Dr. Sarah Bond Jan 4
Yes, as I said at last year and will today (when Rebecca Benefiel gives my paper this afternoon): Citation was, is, and can continue to be a form of social justice in academia.
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Peter Campbell Jan 8
FINAL JOB REMINDER: The BSR Humanities and Social Science awards - which includes archaeology and Classics. Please apply, the deadline is next Thursday, January 16.
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Princeton University Press Jan 4
Congratulations to Josephine Quinn for In Search of the Phoenicians being named Winner of the Charles J. Goodwin Award of Merit by the Society for Classical Studies
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Chris Brooke Jan 3
One of the fine things about showing up to 's booth party at the is display boards like this one saying how magnificent is .
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Tess Davis Jan 4
We’re going to need a bigger room! Another full house for ’s second panel today on , with now presenting on ’s work to expose looting and trafficking on social media (looking at you ).
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Curtis Dozier Jan 7
One of my takeaways: told her audience she became interested in Circe when as a 13 yo she was disappointed by the shallowness and misogyny of the Odyssey’s representation of the witch 1/5
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David J. "Katabatic Fanatic" Wright Jan 5
I think the Classics and social justice workshop at the was a success! Thanks to our awesome presenters: @NykkiNazBahar, , , , and Matthew Gorey! And special thanks to for being such a great co-organizer!
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Women's Classical Caucus--US Jan 3
Also at the WCC table, SO MANY GREAT VOLUNTEERS!! Stop by and make some new friends!
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SCS Jan 3
Over on the SCS Blog this morning, a new and regular column on contingent faculty commences. Prof. interviews Prof. Theodora Kopestonsky on the challenges, anxieties, and uncertainty that come with job precarity within academia.
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AIRC Roman Culture Jan 4
· 46 BC · Julius Caesar defeats Titus Labienus at the Battle of Ruspina, modern Tunisia during the civil war. If you’re at check out the booth with Darius and Rebecca!
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Curtis Dozier Jan 28
Please circulate this Call for Abstracts for a proposed panel on White Supremacy and Classics (Chicago, 2021), including a $500 travel stipend for non-TT participants. Deadline March 13, 2020
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Jennifer Wells Jan 4
Fascinating discussion of looted artifacts today by Katie Paul on ‘s complicity in cultural property trafficking.
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Asian & Asian American Classical Caucus Jan 6
some post food for thought
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The Sportula: Microgrants for Classics Students Jan 5
The is clearly winning. Come on philologists, help your friends out!
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SCS Jan 1
Just one day before the meeting begins! Some reminders: - The hashtag is - Ask before live tweeting a session - Gonna be relatively warm, but rain on Friday/Saturday in D.C. so be prepared
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Shawn Graham Jan 2
I’m going to shamelessly promote ‘Failing Gloriously’ on the tag. Cause it’s about digital archaeology, amongst other things. A minor theme, to be sure, but hey.
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Dani Bostick Jan 1
If Classics is for Everybody, Why Isn't Everybody in my Classroom? THREAD 1/15,000 Actually, no thread. Instead, come to our panel: Sunday from 11:45 to 1:45 Independence Ballroom C
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