New England Classical Journal
A publication of the Classical Association of New England, New England Classical Journal is a biannual, peer-reviewed journal that offers scholarly articles, pedagogical essays, and book reviews, all of which explore a variety of topics throughout the field of Classics.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Assortment of past winners.
Current Issue: Volume 49, Issue 1 (2022)
Special Issue In Honor of Jacqui Carlon
Table of Contents
Putting on a Fronto: Persona and Patterns of Language in Fronto’s Correspondence
Peter G. Barrios-Lech
De Sallustio Latine Praelegendo: Causae, Rationes et Consilia Docendi
Jorge Tárrega Garrido
Latin Vocabulary Knowledge and the Readability of Latin Texts: A Preliminary Study
John Gruber-Miller and Bret Mulligan
CANE Student Writing Contest Winner
Andreas Karkavitsas. 2021. Translated by Johanna Hanink. The Archeologist and Selected Sea Stories. United States: Penguin Random House. Pp 220. Paperback. (ISBN 9780143136248) $17.00.
Kim Bowes, ed. The Roman Peasant Project 2009–2014: Excavating the Roman Rural Poor. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, 2021. Pp. 824. Hardcover (ISBN 9781949057072) $120.00.
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