Annual Meetings

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The next annual meeting of the ICC will take place at:

Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Carbondale, IL
October 11–13, 2013

co-sponsored by:

SIU Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures
SIU College of Liberal Arts
SIU Office of the Chancellor
SIU Office of the President


FRIDAY, October 11                                                                                      

 7:00–9:00 p.m.    Boondock’s
Social Hour (cash bar)

SATURDAY, October 12                                                                                 

Please note: all Saturday morning sessions / meetings will take place at Communications Building Rm 1022
(located in the northeast corner of the building)

 8:00–10:00 a.m.     Communications 1022

 8:00–5:00 p.m.    Communications 1022
Book Exhibit & Book Exchange

 8:30–9:30 a.m.     Communications 1022
 Advisory Council Meeting

Session I: Digital Latin
10:00–10:45 a.m.    Communications 1022

Presider: Kerry Lefebvre (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)

       A New Digital Commentary on Terence’s Adelphoe (Dickinson College Commentaries Series): Ariana Traill, James Stark, Wesley Heap (University of Illinois)

       Build Your Own Books: Custom Textbooks for the Latin Classroom: Laurel Draper (Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers)

Session II: SMART Technology Workshop
11:00–11:45 a.m.    Location: Communications 1022

Presider: Matthew Sullivan (Glenbrook North High School)

       A SMART Latin Classroom: Brian Tibbets (Monmouth-Roseville High School)

12:00–2:00 p.m.     Stone Center

1:00–1:45 p.m.     Stone Center

       Round Table Discussion: Common Core Standards & the High School Curriculum

Session III: Active Latin
2:00–2:45 p.m.    Stone Center

Presider: Eleni Sofronis (High School of St. Thomas More)

         Active Latin in the Classroom: Milena Minkova & Terence Tunberg (University of Kentucky)

Session IV: Reception & Translation
3:00–3:45 p.m.    Stone Center

Presider: Carl Springer (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville)

          Igniting the World and Soul Ablaze: Heraclitus and Emerson on Fire: Nicholas Guardiano (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)

Composing Latin with Bilbo Baggins: Fantasy Literature and Translation Theory: Mark Thorne, Judy Kim, Geoffrey Hagberg, Melody Hanna (Wheaton College)


4:00–6:00 p.m.
Committee Meetings, Free Time

6:30–7:00 p.m.     Giant City Lodge
Social Hour (cash bar)

 7:00–9:00 p.m.    Giant City Lodge
Banquet and Awards Ceremony


SUNDAY, October 13                                                                                                                                 

8:30–10:00 a.m.     Stone Center

8:30–12:00 p.m.    Stone Center
 Book Exhibit & Book Exchange

9:00–10:00 a.m.    Stone Center
Handout and Activity Exchange

Session V: Scholarship through Performance: Insights from an NEH Summer Institute on Roman Comedy in Performance
10:00–10:45 a.m.    Stone Center

Presider: Avery Springer (John Burroughs School)

         The Roman Comedy in Performance Videos: Tools for the Classroom: Timothy Moore (Washington University)

         Roman Comedy in Context: Re-creating the Megalensia at IWU: Nancy Sultan (Illinois Wesleyan University)

         (Re)presenting Plautus for Modern Students: Christopher Bungard (Butler University)

Session VI: The Gordian Knot of History & Literature: Truth or Fiction?
11:00–11:45 a.m.     Stone Center

Presider: Tom Sienkewicz (Monmouth College)

         A Fictional Debate about Historical Writing: Livy, Pollio, and Robert Graves: Chris Orban (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville)

         Corinna, Cynthia, and Delia: Translated by History: Nancy Staples (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville)

         Euripides’ Hekabe  as Juridical Critique: Nancy Ruff (Southern Illinois University Edwardsville)
12:00–1:00 p.m.     Stone Center
Lunch & Business Meeting

Past Meetings and Presidents:

Becki Wick and Bill Lowe, Loyola Academy

2011: October 7-9 at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, IL
Becki Wick and Bill Lowe, Loyola Academy

2010: October 15-17 at Knox College, Galesburg, IL
Emil Kramer, Augustana College

2009: October 9-11 at Northwestern University, Evanston, IL
Emil Kramer, Augustana College

2008 : Oct. 10-12 at Augustana College, Rock Island, IL
Alice Mulberry of Ray Elementary School

Joint Meeting of ICC (The Illinois Classical Conference) and AMICI (The Iowa Association of Classicists)

2007: Oct. 7-7 at the Lake Shore campus of Loyola University
Alice Mulberry of Ray Elementary School

2006: Oct 6-8 at the State House Inn in Springfield, Illinois (with the Missouri Classical Association)
Vicki Wine, Black Hawk College and Monmouth College

2005: Oct. 7-9 Loyola Academy in Wilmette
Vicki Wine, Black Hawk College and Monmouth College

2004: Oct. 8-10 University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Laurie Jolicoeur, Lyons Township High School

2003: Oct. 10-12 University of Chicago
Laurie Jolicoeur, Lyons Township High School

2002: Oct 18-20 Monmouth College
Jane Borelli, Augustana College

2001: Oct. 19-20 Itaska, Illinois
(Joint meeting with ICTFL)
Jane Borelli, Augustana College

2000 Oct. 6-8 Loyola University
Frances Newman, University High School, Urbana

1999 Illini Union, University of Illinois
Frances Newman, University High School, Urbana

1998: Naperville North High School
Tom Watkins, Western Illinois University

1997: Oct. 10-12 Rockford College
Tom Watkins, Western Illinois University

1996: Nov. 14-16 Hyatt Regency Hotel in Union Station, St. Louis, (Joint meeting with ICTFL, MOCA (Missouri Classical Association),  Foreign Language Association of Missouri and Illinois Association of Teachers of Japanese)
Sherrlilyn R. Martin, Keith Country Day School, Rockford

1995: Oct. 6-8 Univ. Of Illinois-Urbana
Sherrllyn R. Martin, Keith Country Day School, Rockford

1994: Oct. 7-9 Univ. Of Illinois -Chicago
Thomas J. Sienkewicz, Monmouth (acting president)

1993: Oct. 21-23 Peoria, Hotel Pere Marquette
Carl P.E. Springer, Illinois State University

1992: Oct. 9-11 Loyola Univ., Chicago
Virginia Anderson, Barrington Middle School

1991: Oct. 11-13 Western Ill. Univ., Macomb
Virginia Anderson, Barrington Middle School

1990: Oct. 5-7 Loyola Academy, Wilmette
Thomas J. Sienkewicz, Monmouth

1989: Oct. 6-8 Pekin, Pekin Comm. H.S.
Thomas J. Sienkewicz, Monmouth

1988: Oct. 7-9 Univ. Of Chicago
LeaAnn Osburn, Barrington H.S.

1987: Oct. 9-11 Rockford College
LeaAnn Osburn, Barrington H.S.

1986: Oct. 10-12 Loyola Univ. Chicago
Marilyn Skinner, Northern Illinois University

1985: Oct. 11-13 Univ of Illinois-Urbana
Marilyn Skinner, Northern Illinois University

1984: Oct. 26-28 Northern Ill. Univ., DeKalb
Frank Raispis, St. Ignatius College Prep., Chicago

1983: Mar. 25-27 Chicago, Oriental Inst.
JoAnn Sweeny, Loyola Univ. at Chicago

1982: Mar. 26-28 Chicago, Marquette Center
JoAnn Sweeney, Loyola University

1981: Mar. 27-29 Morton, TownHouse North
Henrietta Davis, Pekin H.S.

1980: Feb. 22-24 Chicago, Midland Hotel
Grundy Steiner, Northwestern Univ.

1979: Feb. 23-25 Peoria, Continental Regency
William Napiwocki, Weber H.S.

1978: Apr. 13-15 Evanston. Orrington Hotel
Gertrude Drake*, Southern Illinois University - Edwardsville

1977: Feb. 4-6 Chicago, Sheraton-Chicago Hotel
Mary Anne DePauw, Danville H.S.

1976: Feb. 6-8 Charleston, Univ. Union
Paul Kirby, Eastern Illinois University

1975: Feb. 6-8 Pick Congress Hotel
Donald Carlat, Kewanee H.S.

1974: Feb. 7-9 Urbana, Illini Union
Richard Scanlan, Univ. Of Ill.

1973: Feb. 8-10 Chicago, LaSalle Hotel
Patrick Flaherty, New Trier W.

1972: Feb. 10-12 St. Louis, Gateway Hotel
Arthur Rupprecht, Weaton College

1971: Feb. 11-13 Chicago, LaSalle Hotel
Kenneth Hagen, Alton Sr. H.S.

1970: Feb. 12-14 Rockford, Faust Hotel
Raymond Den Adel, Rockford C.

1969: Feb. 20-22 Chicago, Palmer House
Ruth Tapper, Cuba H.S.

1968: Feb. 8-10 St. Louis, Sheraton-Jefferson Hotel
John Hawthorne, Univ. Of Chicago

1967: Feb. 9-11 Chicago, Knickerbocker Hotel
Dorothy G. Rainy, Civic Mem. H.S., Bethhalto

1966: Feb. 24-26 Urbana , Illini Union
Sister Mary Donald, B.V.M. Mundelin Coll.

1965: Feb. 11-13 Chicago, LaSalle Hotel
Lois L. Robinson, Proviso E. H.S.

1964: Feb. 21-22 Peoria, Hotel Pere Marquette
Bernice L. Fox. Monmouth College

1963: Feb. 21-23 Chicago, LaSalle Hotel
Farrand Baker, Oak Park-River Forest H.S.

1962: Feb. 22-24 Alton, Hotel Stratford
John L. Heller, Univ. Of Ill.

1961: Feb. 23-25 Chicago, LaSalle Hotel
Cornelia Roberts, Grayslake H.S.

1960: Feb. 11-13 Springfield, Hotel Leland
D. Herbert Abel, Loyola Univ.

1959: Feb. 19-21 Chicago, Pick-Congress Hotel
Lois A. Larson, York H.S.

1958: Feb. 20-22 Urbana, Urbana-Lincoln Hotel
Kevin Guinagh, Eastern Illinois Uuniversity

1957: Feb. 21-23 Chicago, Congress Hotel Edward
Dirksen*, Decatur H.S.

1956: Feb. 23-25 Peoria, Hotel Pere Marquette
Gertrude Smith, U. of Chicago

1955: Feb. 24-26 Chicago, St. Clair Hotel
Frances Dykes, Kelvin Park H.S.

1954: Feb. 12-13 Decatur, Hotel Orlando
Mary Braginton, Rockford College

1953: Feb. 12-14 Chicago, St. Clair Hotel
Ellen Machin, Alton H.S.

1952: Feb. 22-23 Alton, Hotel Stratford
Robert C. Stone, Wheaton College

1951: Feb. 22-24 Chicago, Sheraton Hotel
Lucy Brokaw, Girls’ Latin School

1950: Feb. 17-18 Urbana, Urbana-Lincoln Hotel
Chas C. Hower, N. Central College

1949: Feb. 24-26 Chicago, Sheraton Hotel
C. Russell Small, New Trier H.S.

1948: Feb. 12-14 Belleville Hotel, Belleville
Charles J. Adamec, Knox College

1947: Feb. 13-15 Chicago, Continental Hotel
Mary J. Munce, Bloomington H.S.

1946: Mar. 22-23 Bloomington, Illinois Hotel
Dorothy Harrod, Kewanee H.S.

1945: no regular meeting

1944: no regular meeting

1943: no regular meeting
The Rev. James J. Mertz, Loyola Univ.

1942: Feb. 12-14 Chicago, Knickerbocker Hotel
Ruth Davis, East St. Louis H.S.

1941: March 6-8 Galesburg, Knox College
Norman Johnson, Knox College

1940: Feb. 22-24 Chicago, Stevens Hotel
Irene Crabb, Evanston H.S.

1938: Dec. 8-10 Springfield, Leland Hotel
J.C. Murley, Northwestern Univ.

1937: Dec. 9-11 Chicago, La Salle Hotel organizational meeting

* = term completed by successor # = inaugurated two-year term

^ = Served 1 ½ years due to change to fall meeting