ACL Regional Events



Classical Association of the Middle West and South
Lincoln, Nebraske


March 30, 2019

San Antonio Regional Event

All Latin teachers and Classics professors in the region are invited to a special evening in honor of the American Classical League's Centennial.  The celebration will take place on the San Antonio Riverwalk - Saturday, March 30, 2019 from 6-8:30pm.

To see the event and register, go to

May 7, 2019

Iverson Latin Day - University of North Dakota




San Antonio, Texas San Antonio Museum of Art
Raleigh, North Carolina North Carolina Museum of Art

ACL will offer support for the following already established events:

July 5-18, 2018 Conventiculum Dickinsoniense, Carlisle, Pennsylvania

July 21-August 4, 2018 Caesar in Gaul, The Paideia Institute’s tour in France

July 24-31, 2018 Conventiculum Lexingtoniense, Lexington, Kentucky

August 4-19, 2018 Living Greek In Greece, The Paideia Institute



September 14, 2018
     Centennial Kickoff Event
    Carlos Museum, Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia   

September 16, 2018
     Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts

September 22, 2018
     10:00 am - 1:45 pm
     Tour of Cincinnati Classical sites, hosted by Kathy Elifrits


September 22, 2018
     Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way the Forum"
     Join us for a reception and a talk by ACL Vice President John Gruber-Miller, "
Slaves, Women, and Song: Adapting Plautus for Audiences Today," followed by the show.    

September 29, 2018

       Monmouth College Classics Day 2018
      ACL is supplying funds to subsidise lunch for the participants. 

October 4-6, 2018
              Foreign Language Association of Virginia, Williamsburg, VA
              ACL Exhibit and Presentation.  Look for the many Latin and Classics-relates sessions on the program

October 4-6, 2018
             Classical Association of the Atlantic States, Philadelphia, PA
              ACL exhibit and sponsoring a break for attendees. 

October 6-7, 2018
            Illinois Classical Conference, Chicago, IL 
             ACL Presentation 

October 18-20, 2018
            CAMWS - Southern Section  Winston-Salem, NC
            ACL exhibit and presentation; ACL will subsidize a lunch for attendees. Access program here. 


October 26 and 27, 2018
            Xtigone, by Nambi E. Kelley, Wayne State University Theater, Detroit, MI
            ACL is suplpying 100 tickets for local students to attend. 
            Check out the study guide for Xtigone
November 2-3, 2018
            Tennesse Foreign Language Teaching Association Conference, Franklin, TN
             ACL Exhibit

November 9-10, 2018
             Texas Classical Association, Austin, TX
             ACL Exhibit and presentation

November 10, 2018
            Getty Villa, Pacific Palisades, California
            With special appreciation to the American Classical League and the J. Paul Getty Museum,
             the Southern Section of the California Classical Association announces the program for its
             Fall Meeting. Check out the event promotion!

            To see the schedule and sign up, go to

November 17, 2018
             Reception for teachers of Classical Languages.  You don't have to be registered for the Convention to come to the reception! 
             View the invitation.
             7-9 PM, Hilton New Orleans Riverside, Ascot Room

              View the list of Classics related sessions. 


January 3-6, 2018

            Society for Classical Studies  Annual Meeting, San Diego, California

  • ​ACL Sponsored panel:  What Can "Active" Latin Accomplish? (Organized by the American Classical League, Ronnie Ancona, Hunter College, and Justin Slocum Bailey, Indwelling Language)  Saturday January 5, 8:00 am - 10:30 am.  Abstracts available here
  • ACL, JCL ETC and NLE will be exhibting at booth 220.
  • ACL is co-sponsoring the Presidential Reception on Saturday January 5 from 7:30 pm- 9:00 pm outside the Marriott Grand Ballroom.

February 23, 2019
Elvis as Classical Hero
Memphis, Tennessee

Elvis Presley has played a significant role as a patron of the city of Memphis both while he was alive and even now after his death.  Brief lectures from Profs. Joe Jansen, Kenny Morrell, and David Sick of Rhodes College will explore the classical precedents for that relationship.  A splendid reception will follow the lectures.