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Further resources about the classical world.
The Australasian Society for Classical Studies (ASCS) aims at the advancement of the study of ancient Greece and Rome and related fields.
The Australian Classical Reception Studies Network was established in 2006 in response to the need for a regional focal point for scholars working in classical reception.
The Classical Reception Studies Network (CRSN) aims to facilitate the exchange of information and encourage collaboration in classical reception studies by bringing together departments and individuals from across the world. Classical Reception Studies is the inquiry into how and why the texts, images and material cultures of Ancient Greece and Rome have been received, adapted, refigured, used and abused in later times and often other places.
Practitioners' Voices in Classical Reception Studies (PVCRS) is an Open Access e-journal published by the Department of Classical Studies at The Open University. Its aim is to provide a forum in which creative practitioners can discuss the relationship between their work and the classical texts, themes and contexts on which they draw.
Imagines Project is an interdisciplinary and international research network working on how classical antiquity has been represented and visualised in the post-antique and modern worlds.
The Archive of Performances of Greek and Roman Drama (APGRD) is a research project based in the Classics Centre at the University of Oxford. It investigates the performance of ancient texts in any medium and any period, from Greek tragedy to Roman epic, from stage to screen, from antiquity to the present day.
The Reception Study Society seeks to promote informal and formal exchanges between scholars in several related fields. Bringing together theorists, scholars, and teachers from many areas, this association promotes a much needed cross-dialogue among all areas of reception studies.
The Centre for the Reception of Greece and Rome brings together interests among members of staff and postgraduate students in many departments and disciplines across Royal Holloway. The Centre’s focus is on the political, philosophical and literary bridges between the contemporary world and Mediterranean antiquity.
Jocasta is a multilateral research project which aims to promote classical reception in Greece as part of an intertwined world. It conceives reception not as a subdivision of classics but as a mode of historicised inquiry and constant self-critique intrinsic in classical studies.
The American Comparative Literature Association, founded in 1960, is the principal learned society in the United States for scholars whose work involves several literatures and cultures as well as the premises of cross-cultural literary study itself.
The New Zealand Association of Classical Teachers supports the work of teachers of classical studies and Latin in New Zealand schools.
Our Mythical Childhood is a 5-year project funded by the European Research Council (grant agreement No 681202) and led by Prof. Katarzyna Marciniak (University of Warsaw) to survey the intersection of children's literature and classical antiquity. As well as a comprehensive online survey of children's texts inspired by classical antiquity, it includes several conferences, book and educational projects. Antipodean Odyssey reports on the findings from the Asia-Pacific arm of the project, led by Dr Elizabeth Hale (University of New England, Australia).
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