Coalition of Ancient Studies Organizations
Save Ancient Studies Alliance (SASA) along with Society of Biblical Literature (SBL) and Society for Classical Studies (SCS) have created a new formal network of academic organizations involved in any field of Ancient Studies, the Coalition of Ancient Studies Organizations (CASO).
The goals of this Coalition are:
To bring together our organizations and their memberships and constituencies to work together on projects promoting public outreach, advocacy, and greater access to Ancient Studies.
To create a broader platform for our fields in order to engage with national humanities advocacy organizations and further the cause of Ancient Studies within the Humanities.
We welcome other learned societies whose areas of study at least partially overlap with the ancient past to join CASO.
Member organizations in CASO share the responsibilities of
Participating in joint CASO projects by providing time in support of their development by SASA and promoting them to their memberships
Helping to create new joint CASO projects
Helping in unified advocacy for Ancient Studies
CASO is working to develop the following joint outreach projects:
Developing Ancient Studies advocacy proposal to High School Administrator Organizations
University Scholar-Secondary School Teacher Mentorship Program
CASO is also assisting and supporting the development of the following SASA projects:
Collecting Online Resources for Ancient Studies
Collecting all Available Programs in Ancient Studies
Collecting all Available Fellowships for Students Interested in Ancient Studies
Survey on Entry Paths into Ancient Studies
CEUs for Online Videos that Members Organizations have produced
We envision a successful Coalition of Ancient Studies Organizations (CASO) as creating a broader platform for our fields in order to engage with national humanities advocacy organizations.
We welcome other learned societies whose areas of study at least partially overlap with the ancient past to join CASO. Member organizations in CASO share the responsibility of participating in joint CASO projects and in helping further CASO.
To inquire about CASO, please contact SASA’s Director, David Danzig: