The programme for the Annual Conference to be held in St Andrews on 18th and 19th June 2015 has now been announced.
Registration is now open; includes coffee, tea and Friday lunch.
Registrations are now open for the Annual Conference to be held in St Andrews on 18 and 19 June 2015.
Registration, including refreshments on both days and lunch on Friday, is £10 for postgraduate students, £15 for speakers and £25 for non-speakers.
Book and pay online.
Enquiries to email@example.com.
You are invited to attend the Summer School on this topic hosted by the Classical Association of Ireland. It takes place at the Queen’s University, Belfast 15 – 17 August 2014. See brochure.
The CAS is sponsoring a wine reception at the forthcoming Celtic Conference in Classics (Edinburgh, 25-28 June 2014), which is held in association with the CAS. The publicity for the conference is now live. Please see http://www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/history-classics-archaeology/news-events/events/celtic-classics-214.
More importantly, the CAS is offering the opportunity to all CAS members to receive a £15 discount off their booking (thus recouping their subscription and more). The discount will be applied at the end of the online booking process.
If you have not yet renewed your subscription with the CAS for session 2013-2014, and you would like to do so now and take advantage of a very generous discount at the forthcoming Celtic Conference in Classics, please contact the CAS Treasurer, Professor Matthew Dickie, at firstname.lastname@example.org . The subscription continues to be only £5, and your support will go a long way.
The CAS sponsored the CICERO (= CERTAMEN IN CONCORDIAM EUROPAE REGIONUMQUE ORBIS) Competition, which in March 2014 was held at George Heriot’s School in Edinburgh. Scottish school pupils were able to show off their abilities in translating and researching Classical topics through winning several prizes on a UK wide basis (see the 2014 section of www.ciceroconcordia.com).
The CAS sponsored the Scottish Classics Postgraduate Conference, which was held at the University of Edinburgh, 19-20 February 2014. This was a very popular conference, and you can see details of the programme and abstracts at http://stage2014.weebly.com. Congratulations to the speakers and to the members of the SCPC 2014 organising committee for putting on such a great event.
The Classical Association of Scotland website has been redesigned.
The address www.st-andrews.ac.uk/cas now directs to the new homepage.
Please can you update any bookmarks you may have for other pages, as these addresses will have changed.