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Resources

Groups, Associations, Journals, Blogs:

Sportula Europe (a mutual aid network of Classics graduate students, it provides micro-grants to marginalised students who are experiencing financial difficulties and holds virtual social encounters among Classicists of colour)  

Leading Routes a pioneering initiative that aims to prepare the next generation of Black academics

Eidolon (an online journal for scholarly writing about Classics that isn’t formal scholarship; it includes plenty of articles on issues of equality and social justice in Classics)

Eos Africana (a scholarly society on Africana reception studies in Greek and Roman Literature)

Women's Classical Committee (a society to support (all those who self-define as) women in Classics and promote feminist and gender-informed perspectives in the field)

RaceB4Race (An ongoing conference series and professional network community by and for scholars of color working on issues of race in premodern literature, history, and culture)

Classics and Social Justice (a blog and international society dedicated to issues of Classics and social justice)

Multiculturalism, Race & Ethnicity in Classics Consortium (MRECC) (international organisation; the blog includes many useful resources and teaching materials)

CripAntiquity collates resources to support neurodiverse scholars and those with disabilities who work on the ancient world.

The Christian Cole Society for Classicists of Colour (a support group for BAME classicists in Oxford)

The Mountaintop Coalition (a society of students and scholars of the ancient Mediterranean world and its reception (broadly defined) with a shared interest in advancing the professional goals of Classicists who identify as members of ethnic groups traditionally underrepresented in the field)

Classics and Class (an AHRC-funded project on working-class perspectives on Greek and Roman culture)

Academics for Black Survival and Wellness (a professional development initiative for academics, with many anti-racist resources)

Asian and Asian American Classical Caucus (a society to support Asian and Asian American Classicists)

Support Networks at Warwick for Students

Warwick Pride (Student Society for Lesbian, Gay, Bi+, Trans, Undefined, Aromantic and Asexual (LGBTUA+) students)

Warwick anti-Racism Society

The Black Women's Project (Student Society)

Warwick anti-Sexism Society (Student Society)

Support Networks at Warwick for Staff

Warwick Staff Networks (including BAME, Carers, Disabled, LGBTUA+, Menopause, Multi-Faith, Working Parents, Mental Health)

Warwick UCU (Local University and College Union Branch)

Reading Lists and Syllabi

*Principles of Anti-Racist Teaching, compiled by the MRECC*

Classics at the Intersections and Resources for anti-racist Teaching (syllabi compiled by Prof. Rebecca Futo Kennedy on Race and Ethnicity in the ancient world)

Multiculturalism, Race & Ethnicity in Classics Consortium (MRECC) (includes plenty of anti-racist resources)

Classics and Social Justice (a blog dedicated to issues of Classics and social justice, it contains plenty of useful resources and syllabi on topics including disability, race & ethnicity, immigration, women and gender, prisons, veterans)

Warwick Classics Network BAME Resources for school-teachers

Africa and the Making of Classical Literature Bibliography and Guest Speakers Interviews

Harvard African and African American Studies Faculty Reading Recommendations

Anti-Racist Resources from Academics for Black Survival and Wellness

Videos and Podcasts

Academics for Black Survival and Wellness Video

Reni Eddo-Lodge and Priyamvada Gopal in Conversation over Institutional Racism Video

Ibram X. Kendi TED Interview: The difference between 'racist' and 'anti-racist'

SCS 2019 'The Future of Classics' Panel

Prof. Shelley Haley's Durham Talk: 'What's a Critical Race Feminist Like Me Doing in A Field Like This?!'

Professorial inaugural lecture Shirley Anne Tate: Putting Feelings into Words: Racism and Wellbeing in Universities

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie TED talk: The Danger of a Single Story

Dan-El Padilla Peralta, 'All This Rising: The Humanities in the Next Ten Years'

Shelley Haley, 'Amo, amas, amat: what's SHE doing in a field like THAT?' Ted Talk