Friday, January 20, 2017

Open Access Journal: Bulletin of the Council of University Classical Departments

[First posted in AWOL 17 April 2013, updated 20 January 2017]

Bulletin of the Council of University Classical Departments
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The Council of University Classical Departments is the professional forum for all teachers of classical Greek and Roman subjects in British Universities. It has four meetings annually: three meetings of the Standing Committee, and a plenary Council meeting in November, at which all UK Classics Departments (and remnants thereof) are represented (see the constitution, and "Contacts, Representatives, and Member Institutions" below). As well as serving as a voice for classical teachers in higher education on matters of academic and professional significance, CUCD collects annual statistics on students numbers in UK classical degree programmes, and publishes the CUCD Bulletin, which is available on-line from volume 24 (1995), and continues to appear in hard copy at the time of the annual Council meeting.
Bulletin 45 (2016)
Chair’s Report 2016
Victoria Leonard and Liz Gloyn, Women’s Classical Committee Origin and Visions
Jason Crowley and April Pudsey, Making [Ancient] History at MMU
Ellie Mackin, Gaining HEA Fellowship through teaching recognition
Katerina Volioti, Teaching in London Museums
Victoria Leonard, Irene Salvo et al., Analysis of Findings – The WCC Survey
Tony Keen et al, Roehampton Classical Student Research: A Celebration
Lucy Jackson and Victoria Leonard, Launching the Women’s Classical Committee
So, you’re an outreach officer: what next?
Contents:
SO, YOU’RE AN OUTREACH OFFICER: WHAT NEXT?
Kathryn Tempest
Important Steps
Mai Musié
1: GRANTS AND FUNDING
 1.1 Classical Association Outreach Grant
Claire Davenport
1.2 Classics for All
Hilary Hodgson
1.3 Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies
Evelien Bracke
1.4 Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies
Fiona Haarer
2: CASE STUDIES
 2.1 The Iris Project at the University of Glasgow
Jennifer Hilder
 2.2 AMO, AMAS, AMAT AND ALL THAT… OxLAT: The Oxford Latin Teaching Scheme
Emma Searle
 2.3 Cymru Wales Classics Hub
Evelien Bracke
 2.4 Classics on Film: Ancient World Video Competition
Max Kramer
 NEXT STEPS…
Kathryn Tempest
2015-16-statistics

Bulletin 44 (2015)
Chair’s Report 2015
The Future of Postgraduate Training and Skills Development
CUCD Roundtable, Classical Association Conference, Nottingham 2014
Genevieve Liveley, ‘CA Roundtable Report’
Jennifer Hillder, ‘What postgraduates want’
Shushma Malik, ‘What postgraduates need’
David Carter,‘Could we all be better linguists?’
Fiona McHardy, ‘Training for Postgraduate Students’
Greg Woolf, ‘REF 2014’
Louise Revell, New Ancient History Degrees at Southampton
Theodora Jim, Classics at Lancaster
Helen Lovatt, CUCD Education Committee: A new phase?
Sue Willetts, Obituary of Anastasia Healey
Armand D’Angour, In Memoriam M.L. West
2013-14 statistics
2014-15 statistics

American Travelers in Italy Online

American Travelers in Italy
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Italian travel literature has been a well-studied and rewarding genre among intellectuals for the past three centuries or more. As a multidisciplinary topic, the theme of Italian travel touches on different traditions and ways of thinking from the history of culture and art to philosophy and religion. This digital collection makes a number of titles available in full-text-searchable format for students, faculty, and others interested in Italian Studies.
The search capabilities enable the user to focus on a given Italian city, region, feature or monument. The collection is accessible even to those with a limited command of Italian, since the texts by American travelers (mostly from the 18th and 19th centuries) are in English. Further accounts of American travelers to Italy can be found here.
The invitation for the Harold B. Lee Library to cooperate with Centro Interuniversitario di Ricerche sul Viaggio in Italia (CIRVI) on this project can be traced, in part, to the natural affinities and relationships developed between Utah, site of the 2002 Winter Olympics, and Turin, home of CIRVI and site of the 2006 Winter Olympics.
 And see AWOL's round-up of Open Access Travel Literature.