Sunday, January 20, 2019

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

[First posted in AWOL 17 April 2013, updated 20 January 2019 (New URLs)]

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 48 (2019)
Josephine Quinn, After San Diego: Reflections on Racism in Classics

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)

Bulletin 46 (2017)
Chair’s Report 2017
Sharon Marshall, Creative Classics in Exeter
Anastasia Bakogianni, Too hot to handle? Medea in schools: two experimental workshops at Roehampton University (2016/17)
Anastasia Bakogianni, Too Hot to Handle? Medea for Schools: Part 2 (July 2017)
Evelien Bracke, Cymru Wales Classics Hub: Developing Classics in Wales
Helen Lovatt, CUCD Transition Survey 2015-16
D.M. Carter, How and why I became a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
Teaching the Classical Reception Revolution
1. Rosa Andújar and Barbara Goff, Introduction
2. Emma Cole, Classical Reception Pedagogy in Liberal Arts Education
3. Joanna Paul, LivyLatin Pedagogy, Revolutions and Receptions
4. Luke Richardson, Teaching the Classical Reception ‘Revolution’
5. Susan Deacy, Black Athena and the Classical Classroom
6. Carol Atack, Precarity and Protest: The politics of Aristophanes’ Lysistrata
Ellie Mackin, Kate Cook, Rebecca Fallas, Classics and Feminist Pedagogy: Practical tips for teaching
Ellie Mackin, Kate Cook, Rebecca Fallas, Practical Tips for Feminist Pedagogy in Classics
Katherine McDonald, Employment and Casualisation in Classics Departments in UK Universities
Susan Deacy and Esther Eidinow, Approaches to Teaching Students with Anxiety
2016-17 Statistics
Back issues: Bulletin 24 (1995) – Bulletin 45 (2016)

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