California Classical Association ~ South

OUR MISSION

The CCA South welcomes a broad range of scholarly perspectives

pertaining to the origin, the significance, and the reception

of Roman, Greek, and related Ancient Mediterranean civilizations

in various genres and in material culture.

We also seek to share various methods of engaging diverse students at all levels

in active learning and reflective activities. We strive to support equity in access

to language learning and opportunities for recognition and advancement within the field.

NEWS and ANNOUNCEMENTS

NOV. 6 FALL PROGRAM DETAILS COMING SOON

Check out our CCA South Fall 2021 Program HERE SOON!

It will be FREE and FULLY VIRTUAL with LIVE Q & A opportunities.

We are very honored to announce these four guest speakers:

Helen Morales, Anika Prather, David Wright, and Jerolyn Morrison

Our appreciation to our host, the Classics Department, UC Irvine


ADVOCACY TO REPRESENT YOUR VOICE

Please Help Advocate for Language Legislation, Grants, NEH, etc., at languagepolicy.org

CCA South supports the National Committee for Latin and Greek for their work in advocating for Latin and Greek to Congressional representatives. The NCLG has spent 40+ years as a board member of the Joint National Committee on Languages--National Council on Language and International Studies. YOUR 2020 DONATIONS JUST SENT TWO CALIFORNIANS TO JNCL-NCLIS CONGRESSIONAL LANGUAGE ADVOCACY DAYS, FEB 3-5 -- GRATIAS!!!

MAY AND JUNE ADVOCACY EVENTS

NCLG IS ALSO HOSTING TWO DEI FOCUS PANELS AT ACL INSTITUTE ON JUNE 21:

"CHANGING PERSPECTIVES: PARADIGM SHIFT IN COURSE CONTENT"

Dan McGlathery hosts Skye Shirley, Rebecca Futo Kennedy, Serena Witzke, Victoria Pagan

"ACTIONABLE STEPS TOWARDS INCREASING INCLUSIVITY"

Katie Robinson hosts Jamie Banks, John Bracey, Maureen Lamb, Svetlana Lazarova

Stay tuned for recordings of Continuing Conversation of the NCLG, hosted by JNCL-NCLIS ! DETAILS HERE !

New Perspectives and Directions for Study of the Ancient Mediterranean Region from

FIVE innovative educators striving for inclusion and equity:

Ted Zarrow, Anton Schulzki, Skye Shirley, John Bracey, and William Lee!


Stay tuned for recordings of Continuing Conversation of the NCLG, hosted by JNCL-NCLIS ! DETAILS HERE !

New Perspectives and Directions for Study of the Ancient Mediterranean Region from

FIVE innovative educators striving for inclusion and equity:

Ted Zarrow, Anton Schulzki, Skye Shirley, John Bracey, and William Lee!


RECENT AWARDS RECOGNIZE OUR CCA SOUTH MEMBERS!

Congratulations to Bettina Joy de Guzman who has been named a Visiting Associate in Hellenic Studies for 2021-22 by the Center for Hellenic Studies, Harvard University! She also received a grant from CHS in 2020 to perform Ancient Greek music, and organized an international panel of scholars to speak on "Epic, Hymns and Invocations" for "Delphic Preview: Festival of the Muses" which aired last June.


Katie Robinson has been chosen to receive one of two 2021 Merita Awards from the American Classical League to honor her years of exemplary and dedicated work in supporting our field of Latin and Greek Studies. This will be presented at Institute on June 24, 2021.


Congratulations to CCA member and former President Marisa Aliment0-Miller who has been awarded a 2020 SCS Award for Excellence in Teaching at the Pre-Collegiate Level. Read more HERE.


If you know of others, contact us!