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Organizations for Classicists

Classics Organizations

In Virginia and The Tidewater Area

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Pan and Psyche, Berlin

ΨΥΧΗΣ ΙΑΤΡΟΣ ΤΑ ΓΡΑΜΜΑΤΑ

(Literature is the physician of the soul, APA Motto).


National Organizations

The American Philological Association (APA)

-The primary national professional organization for professors of Greek, Latin, and Ancient History.

The Archaeological Institute of America (AIA)

-The primary national professional organization for archaeologists.

The American Classical League (ACL)

-The primary national professional organization for high school Latin teachers. Contains a list of current job openings teaching Latin. For Virginia listings, visit: http://spectrum.troy.edu/~acl/states.htm#VA.


Regional Organizations

The Classical Association of the Middle West and South (CAMWS)

-The primary regional organization for experts of Greek, Latin, and Ancient history across most of the U.S. exclusive of the Atlantic States, New England, and the West Coast.

The Classical Association of the Atlantic States (CAAS)

-The primary regional organization for experts of Greek, Latin, and Ancient history in New York, New Jersey, Maryland, Delaware, the District of Columbia, and Pennsylvania.

Virginia Organizations

The Classical Association of Virginia (CAV)

-Organization for experts of the ancient world teaching in the state of Virginia.

Tidewater Organizations

The Tidewater Classical Symposium (TCS)

-Organization for experts of the ancient world teaching in Southeastern Virginia. At present the majority of teachers come from Virginia Beach, but all are welcome.

AIA Talks at the College of William and Mary (AIA)

-Local chapter of the AIA, drawing speakers from the world over.

Other Classics-Friendly Venues

Theseum

The Chrysler Museum

The Virginia Opera

The Virginia Symphony

The Mariners' Museum

Colonial Williamsburg and Jamestown Museums

Monticello

Norfolk Public Library Local History


 

 

 

 

 

Norfolk's First Library; modeled on the "Theseion" (Hephaesteion) overlooking the Agora in Athens

 

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