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[First posted in AWOL 17 April 2013, updated 12 Augusy 2022]

Bulletin of the Council of University Classical Departments
Council of University Classical Departments | CUCD
Welcome to CUCD Bulletin, the forum for raising, reflecting on and debating issues of academic and professional significance for UK classics teachers (of all sorts – ECRs, PhD students, in-post academics, visiting lecturers, hourly-paid staff etc.) As editor, a role I’ve held since Bulletin 40 (2011), I welcome pieces of various shapes – from short reports on pedagogical events/projects through to longer, reflective articles. Recent issues have included obituaries celebrating the lives of late colleagues. Each number is crowned by the statistics on student numbers. Do contact me if you would like to offer a piece or suggest a topic. We publish throughout the year, building up to a publication ‘moment’ each winter.

Bulletin 51 (2022)

Nicholas Lane, Roger Dawe

Adrian W. Moore, Michael Inwood

Matthew Fox, What is there of Interest to Classicists at the 59th Venice Biennale?

Boris Rankov, Amanda Claridge (1949-2022)

Maria Wyke, Barbara Borg, and Lin Foxhall, REF2021: Reflections from the Sub-Panel

P. J. Rhodes (1940-2021)

Bulletin 50 (2021)

Nicola Ernst, Julius Guthrie and Josh Littell, Pegasus Flies Onward

Steven Hunt and Arlene Holmes-Henderson, A level Classics poverty

Werner Eck, Anthony R. Birley (1937-2020)

Roland Meyer, E.J. (Ted) Kenney (1924-2019)

Abigail Buglass, Rhiannon Easterbrook, and Cressida Ryan, The Place of Languages in Classical Study and Research: discussion

Emma Woolerton, Neil Hopkinson (1957-2021)

Cora Beth Fraser,Introducing ‘Asterion’: a new initiative celebrating Neurodiversity in Classics

William Mack, Andrew Barker (1943-2021)

Barbara Goff, Arlene Holmes-Henderson, Jenny Messenger, and Alexia Petsalis-Diomidis, Inclusive Classics Initiative. Report on ‘Towards a More Inclusive Classics II’ International Workshop organised by Professor Barbara Goff and Dr Alexia Petsalis-Diomidis

Alexandra Morris and Debby Sneed, interviewed by Cressida Ryan, Discussing the new brief guide to disability theory and terminology in the ancient world

2019-20 Statistics

 

Bulletin 49 (2020)
Steven Hunt, School Qualifications in Classical Subjects in the UK
Helen Lovatt, Emergency online teaching help and suggestions
Hardeep Singh Dhindsa, What Studying Classics Taught me about my Relationship with Western Civilisation
Eleanor Dickey, Jasper Griffin (1937-2019)
Helen Lovatt, Language (and other) assessments in the time of COVID-19
Bulletin 48 (2019)
Josephine Quinn, After San Diego: Reflections on Racism in Classics
Irene Salvo, LGBT+ Classics: Teaching, Research, Activism
Naoíse Mac Sweeney et al, Claiming the Classical: The Greco-Roman World in Contemporary Political Discourse
Alexia Petsalis-Diomidis, Equality and Diversity in Classics Teaching in St Andrews
Neville Morley, Open Access: Current Developments
Helen Lovatt, Taking over as Chair of CUCD
Matthew Mordue, Reaching Out via Pliny: Classical Civilisation lessons for London school students at the University of Roehampton
Victoria Leonard, Editing Ancient and Medieval Women Historians into Wikipedia
Peter Thonemann, Gender, Subject Preference, and Editorial Bias in Classical Studies, 2001–2019
Arthur Pomeroy, Matthew Trundle (1965 – 2019)
Emma Bridges, Public Engagement with Classics Research in the UK: A Survey
Elena Theodorakopoulos, Niall Livingstone (1966 – 2019)
2018-19 Statistics

Bulletin 47 (2018)
Chair’s Report 2018
Christine Plastow, Staff-Student Partnerships in Pedagogy and Research-Based Education: Lessons for Classics
Daniel Ogden, Research-led Teaching in Classics
Cressida Ryan, Teaching Ancient Greek for a Theology Faculty
Douglas Cairns and Keith Rutter, Obituary for Gordon Howie
James Robson and Mair E Lloyd, A Survey of Beginner’s Language Teaching in UK Classics Departments: Ancient Greek
Mair E Lloyd and James Robson, A Survey of Beginner’s Language Teaching in UK Classics Departments: Latin
Effrosyni Kostara, Diversity and the Study of the Ancient World: Event Report
Alan M Greaves, Putting the ‘T’, the ‘Q’ and the ‘I’ into LGBTQI Classics: An example of museum-based learning
Constantine Cristoforou and Kathryn Tempest, Classics after the Classroom
Dominic Rathbone, Jane Rowlandson (1953-2018)
Back issues: Bulletin 24 (1995) – Bulletin 46 (2017)

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