ASCS Conferences and Proceedings
ASCS 39 (2018)
ASCS 39 2018 will be held at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, from Tuesday, 30 January to Friday, 2 February 2018.
Call for papers and guidelines for abstracts
Special panel coversheet
Guidelines for archaeological reports
Guidelines for special panels
Postgraduate travel subsidy application form
OPTIMA entry form
ASCS 38 (2017)
ASCS 38 2017 was held at Victoria University of Wellington from 31 January to 3 February 2017. The conference convener was Dr Diana Burton (Diana.Burton@vuw.ac.nz).
Call for papers
Notice of meeting
Agenda 2017 AGM
Minutes 2016 AGM
Special resolutions 2017
Nomination Form 2017
ASCS 37 (2016)
ASCS 37 was held at the University of Melbourne in Melbourne, Victoria, from Tuesday 2 February to Friday 5 February 2016. The conference convener was Dr K.O. Chong-Gossard (firstname.lastname@example.org).
ASCS 36 (2015)
ASCS 36 was held at the University of Adelaide from 28-30 January 2015, convened by Professor Han Baltussen and Dr Jacqueline Clarke.
ASCS 35 (2014)
ASCS 35 was held at Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand, from 28-30 January 2014, convened by Dr Gina Salapata. The keynote speaker was Professor Stephen Hodkinson (University of Nottingham).
ASCS 35 Photo Gallery
Video clips from Greek dancing workshop
ASCS 34 (2013)
ASCS 34 was held from Friday 18th to Sunday 20th January 2013 at Sydney Grammar School. The joint-convenors were Assoc. Prof. Ken Sheedy and Dr Blanche Menadier from Macquarie University.
ASCS 34 Photo Gallery
ASCS 33 (2012)
ASCS 33 was held in Melbourne 5-9 February 2012 at the Hellenic Museum, hosted by the Classical Studies Program at Monash University. The convenor was Dr Eva Anagnostou-Laoutides and the keynote speaker was Professor David Konstan from Brown University. For more information, please visit the conference website.
ASCS 33 Online Proceedings
ASCS 33 Photo Gallery
ASCS 32 (2011)
ASCS 32, held at the University of Auckland, was a great success. There were about 160+ who attended and there were 140+ papers. It was a happy and academically successful occasion. The organisation, thanks to the efforts of the Convenors, Anne Mackay and Jeremy Armstrong, ran very smoothly; they were ably assisted by an enthusiastic, jolly and helpful band of local students. The facilities of the Owen G. Glenn Building were excellent, and there were tasty morning teas and lunches. The keynote speaker, Professor Christopher Smith, the current Director of the British School at Rome, accompanied by his wife, Susan, were a delight to have around during the conference. Christopher gave generously of his time, attending and contributing to many sessions, in addition to giving a well-attended public lecture on the development of the British School and a paper of his own.
ASCS 32 Selected Proceedings
ASCS 32 Photo Gallery
Some of these photographs were taken by Brian Donovan, photographer from the University of Auckland (nos 3, 4, 7, 8, 14, 18, 19, 28, 33 and 35), and most of the others by the Honorary ASCS Secretary, Bruce Marshall, with one or two from other ASCS members.
ASCS 31 (2010)
ASCS 31 was held on the beautiful campus of the University of Western Australia in Perth from 2nd to 5th February 2010 at the excellent facilities of the UWA Club. The Convenor was Lara O’Sullivan, and the keynote speaker was Professor Kurt Raaflaub from Brown University. Around 95 members attended, and there were some 70 papers delivered.
ASCS 31 Photo Gallery
The Proceedings of the Conference, containing 29 of the papers delivered, were edited, after a refereeing process, and produced in electronic format by Dr Neil O’Sullivan. They are available online:
ASCS 31 (2010) Proceedings