Thursday, February 16, 2017

Women's Classical Committee Publications

Women's Classical Committee Publications
WCC-UK |
The Women’s Classical Committee was founded in 2015 in the United Kingdom with the following aims:
  • Support women* in classics**
  • Promote feminist and gender-informed perspectives in classics
  • Raise the profile of the study of women in antiquity and classical reception
  • Advance equality and diversity in classics
*By ‘women’ we include all those who self-define as women, including (if they wish) those with complex gender identities which include ‘woman’, and those who experience oppression as women.
** By ‘classics’ we understand the study of the ancient Mediterranean world and its reception, including but not limited to scholarship by students and post-holders in academic departments of Classics and Ancient History.
People of any gender expression or identity who support these aims are welcome to become members and to put themselves forward for office.
  1. Victoria Leonard and Liz Gloyn (2016) ‘The Women’s Classical Committee: Origins and Visions.’ Classical Association blog. [Link to publication]
  2. Victoria Leonard and Liz Gloyn (2016) ‘The Women’s Classical Committee: Origins and Visions’, republication for CUCD Bulletin. [Link to publication] [Opens PDF]
  3. Victoria Leonard and Irene Salvo (2016) with contributions from Emma Bridges, Kate Cook, Lisa Eberle, Katherine McDonald and Amy Russell, ‘Women in Classics in the UK: Numbers and Issues.’ [Link to publication]
  4. Victoria Leonard and Irene Salvo (2016) with contributions from Emma Bridges, Kate Cook, Lisa Eberle, Katherine McDonald and Amy Russell, ‘Women in Classics in the UK: Numbers and Issues’, republished by CUCD Bulletin. [Link to publication] [Opens PDF]
  5. Lucy Jackson and Victoria Leonard (2016) ‘Launching the Women’s Classical Committee.’ CUCD Bulletin. [Opens PDF]
  6. Lucy Jackson and Victoria Leonard (2016) ‘Launching the Women’s Classical Committee, UK’, VIDA (Blog of the Australian Women’s History Network) [Link to publication]

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