BULLETIN OF THE COUNCIL OF UNIVERSITY CLASSICAL DEPARTMENTS

CONTENTS OF ISSUES 1-33 (1972-2004)

compiled by Graham Shipley

The Bulletin (of which a complete series is held at the ICS; we hope to make electronic versions available soon) is undoubtedly an under-used resource. Reading the whole series, I was struck by the occurrence a generation ago of issues still familiar today (particularly language teaching), by the admirable self-critiquing that classicists go in for when faced with sustained threats, and by the force with which the personalities of certain Chairs shine through (for feisty Chair's reports, Peter Wiseman takes the prize).

Those interested in reflective discussion of classical pedagogy will enjoy, among other pieces, Adkins 1972, Carey et al.., Cartledge, Chadwick and Powell, Davies bis, Finley, and D. West. Languages crop up under Bell, Bowen, Bulloch, Gratwick and Randall, Griffiths, Langslow, Lister 1997, Long 1976, Lowe et al. 1995, Mattingly, Raeburn, Randall bis, Roueché, Saunders 1987, and elsewhere. An impressive dossier could be compiled from the above-mentioned articles together with others that have 'teaching' in the title, such as those by Barnes, Hardwick (ter), Landels, Longrigg, Muir ter, Percival, Sparkes, Stafford, M. L. West and Kirk,[1] and Williams and D. E. Hill 1976. One notes how widely the field has been defined: see the 1976 conference pieces on archaeological teaching (esp. Branigan and Potter, Chalk and Eames, and Sparkes and Prag) or the pieces by Warren and by Mitchell; the series of reports on later Latin by Bate; and those on classics in relation to other subjects (e.g. Stern and Morris; Wilson). Future Subject Centre activities (cf. Harrison, this volume) might benefit from the occasional glance back to these earlier dialogues.

In recent years there are rather fewer articles per issue, particularly since the abandonment of CUCD conferences and of panels at Classical Association conferences. Other discussion forums multiply, and a good thing too; but reflection upon BCUCD's development raises the question what the scope of the journal should be. Suggestions are welcome. In the meantime, be it known that the Editor plans to revive publishers' reports (cf. here Betts, Cordy, Fowler, Hire, K. Richardson, and Stoneman). Reviews did not become a fixed feature (1984 and 1985 only), but inaugurals almost took off and could do so again (Costa 1992-3, Janko, Martindale). News from other associations, notably JACT, has surfaced periodically (see e.g. Dowden 1978, S. Hill 1999, Jones 1975 and 1980, Osborne, Roberts and Sharwood-Smith, Robertson 1981), as has news from schools (e.g. Muir 1983, Reeve, Bell, Lister). We have had occasional 'guest' writers (notably Jack Straw, now the Foreign Secretary; earlier Walden et al.). Would 2006, after our recent visit to Westminster, be a good time to think of asking today's parliamentarians for their thoughts? Particularly in view of CUCD's developing links with associations elsewhere in the EU and in North America, might we revive the tradition of inviting news from other countries (see anon. 1997, Barsby et al., Bremmer, Hallett, Matier, Milham, Muecke, and Rankin)?

Above all, don't assume that the Bulletin is not the place for your work, whether related to teaching, careers, or research (see Parsons and Warren on the future of research in their sub-fields). We gladly welcome all suggestions as to future content.[2]

D.G.J.S.


[1]One of the rare examples known to me of a citation of the Bulletin: R. Lamberton, BMCR 1995.03.03 (reviewing Buxton's Imaginary Greece).
[2]From vol. 1 (1972) to vol. 20 (1991) the Bulletin appeared annually. Vol. 21-2 is dated 1992-3, and the regular series resumed with vol. 23 (1994). In volumes 1-12 the name appeared as Bulletin of the Council of University Classical Departments on the inner title page, though the wording on the cover was typically in the form 'Council of University Classical Departments / Nth Bulletin: year'. From vol. 13 the inner title page was dropped and the title, almost by default, was that on the cover: Council of University Classical Departments / Bulletin. I suggest that the older form be used when citing articles, including those later than vol. 13, and that it be abbreviated to BCUCD.


The Index

Notes Multi-part articles (e.g. reports of two-speaker presentations at CUCD conferences) are sometimes indexed as single works, sometimes (where, for example, each part has its own subtitle) as more than one work. Absolute consistency is not to be expected.
Authors' initials have been standardized.

Adkins, A. W. H. 1972. Teaching classics in the 'seventies. 1 7-8.
---- 1973. Editorial note. 2 v.
---- 1974. Editorial note. 3 v.
Annis, C. H. 1987. The Ibycus Scholarly Personal Computer. 16 34-5.
anon. 1972. Discussion with UDE representatives, 20 November 1971. 1 14-32.
---- 1973a. Courses in ancient civilization. 2 14.
---- 1973b. Discussions with publishers, 18 November 1972. 2 13.
---- 1974a. Courses in ancient civilization. 4 22.
---- 1974b. Discussion on sixth-form examinations, 24th November 1973. 3 20-1.
---- 1977. Wolfson Foundation grants. 6 17.
---- 1978. Annual general meeting: 19 November 1977. 7 1, 20.
---- 1979. A new journal. 8 24.
---- 1982. Colloquium: Caesar Augustus. 11 21.
---- 1984. The CUCD letter to the UGC. 13 6-7.
---- 1985. Croom Helm. 14 27.
---- 1986a. Books received. 15 19.
---- 1986b. CUCD "policy". 15 7.
---- 1988. Summary of changes made to the university clauses during the passage of the Education Reform Bill. 17 36-7.
---- 1992-3. CUCD staff survey: complete figures. 21-2 18-22.
---- 1995. Digest of conference discussion. 24 12.
---- 1996. Discussion: some points from the Nottingham session. 25 39.
---- 1997. Classics in the UK and overseas: some comparisons. 26 36.
Aris, J. 1985. Aris & Phillips. 14 25-7.
---- 1987. Aris & Phillips. 16 18.
Atkins, M. 2003. Should he who pays the piper call the tune? 32 9-16.

Balaam, A. 1994. Computer-aided learning of Greek: a report on Perseus 1.0 "Primary Texts". 23 34-6.
Baldry, H. C. 1972. Preface by the chairman. 1 3.
---- 1975. Ideas in Greek tragedy. 4 7-8.
Balme, M. 1974. Beginning Greek: part I. 3 13-15.
Barker, A. D., and Ferguson, J. 1979. Philosophy in translation. 8 12-14.
Barlow, S. A., and Gransden, K. W. 1977. Literary criticism for students taking elementary Greek and Latin. 6 9-11.
Barnes, J. 1972. Some problems in teaching ancient philosophy. 1 13.
Barsby, J. A., Dearden, C. W., and Yardley, J. C. 1990. Classics around the world. 19 24-9.
Bate, A. K. 1973a. Classics and European studies: part II. 2 5.
---- 1973b. Medieval and Renaissance Latin texts. 2 18.
---- 1974. Medieval and Renaissance Latin texts. 3 28.
---- 1976. Medieval and Renaissance Latin texts. 5 24.
---- see also Moritz, L. A.
Beard, M., and Henderson, J. 1991. That's showbiz/classics in the museum. 20 23-8.
----, Richardson, J., and Thompson, D. 1999. Money, money, money: the funding of research. 28 26-30.
Beetham, F. 1994. Epic: a possible aid to ab initio Greek. 23 26-9.
Behr, C., see Fitzpatrick, D.
Bell, B. 1996. Language teaching in schools. 25 31-6.
Benson, J. 1992-3. The fall of the classics empire: a case of Babylonian fallibility? 21-2 41-8.
Betts, J. H. 1978. Books: Bristol Classical Press. 7 18.
---- 1979. Books: Bristol Classical Press. 8 17-18.
---- 1980. Books: Bristol Classical Press. 9 25.
---- 1981. Books: Bristol Classical Press. 10 18-19.
---- 1982. Bristol Classical Press. 11 16.
---- 1983. The evolution of Bristol Classical Press. 12 8-10.
---- 1985. Bristol Classical Press. 14 23-5.
---- see also Moritz, L. A.
Birley, A. R., and Carter, J. M. 1979. History in translation. 8 8-10.
Bolgar, R. R. 1973. Classics and European studies: part I. 2 4.
Booth, J., see Carter, C. J.
Bowen, A. 1996. Ab initio Greek at Cambridge. 25 37-8.
Bowman, A. K. 1985. Review of D. C. Braund, Augustus to Nero, 14 51-2.
Branigan, K., and Potter, T. W. 1976. The use of fieldwork in teaching undergraduates. 5 11-14.
Braund, D. 1985. Review of B. Levick, The Government of the Roman Empire, 14 45-7.
Braund, S., and Spillane, C. 1986. The impact on classics of the proposed A/S level examination. 15 34-7.
Bremmer, J. 1982. Dutch classical studies between plenty and poverty. 11 6-9.
Brown, A. F. J. , see Easterling, P. E.
Bruce, M., see Walden, G.
Bulloch, A. W. 1972. The role and future of the teaching of classical languages in universities: part I. 1 9-10.
Buxton, R. G. A. 1977. Frenchmen and Greeks: "le structuralisme". 6 12-13.

Carey, C., Hall, E., Osborne, R., and Wilkins, J. 1992-3. Guidelines for taught MAs in classics departments. 21-2 15-17.
Carter, C. J., and Booth, J. 1978. Practical criticism. 7 2-5.
Carter, J. M., see Birley, A. R.
Cartledge, P. A. 1974. New ways of teaching ancient history: part II. 3 7-8.
Chadwick, J., and Powell, C. A. 1975. Methods of assessing undergraduates in classics. 4 15-17.
Chalk, H. H. O., and Eames, J. V. H. 1976. The place of art and archaeology in the classics curriculum. 5 5-7.
Chaplin, J. 1991. Life on this side. 20 38-40.
Clark, G. 2002. Chair's report, 2001-2002. 31 5-9.
---- 2003. Chair's report, 2002-3. 32 5-8.
Cordy, J. K. 1982. A view of classical publishing. 11 17-21.
---- 1983. Oxford University Press. 12 16.
---- 1987. Oxford University Press. 16 23-4.
Costa, C. D. N. 1985. Review of P. M. Brown, Lucretius, De rerum natura i, 14 40-1.
---- 1992-3. Every man's lace: new frontiers in classics. 21-2 30-40.
Courtney, E., and Robertson, F. 1979. Textual criticism in the modern syllabus. 8 14-16.

Davies, J. K. 1974. New ways of teaching ancient history: part I. 3 6.
----, Mackinnon, J. K., and Saunders, T. 1980. The scope of classical civilization courses in universities. 9 6-12.
Dean, T., see Fitzpatrick, D.
Dearden, C. W., see Barsby, J. A.
de Souza, P. 1994. Who's for a bit of S & M? Semesters and modules in classical departments. 23 37-40.
'Diogenes'. 1992-3. CUCD conference 1993. 21-2 14.
Dodgson, J. McN., see Wilson, P.
Dowden, K. 1978. Books: JACT. 7 18.
---- 1979a. Editorial. 8 5.
---- 1979b. Books: Penguins and other species. 8 18-19.
---- 1980. Editorial and correspondence. 9 4-5.
---- 1981a. Bibliographical guides: editorial note. 10 13.
---- 1981b. Books: Penguins. 10 19-20.
---- 1982a. Statistics (2): School. 11 23-4.
---- 1982b. Teacher training into the 1990's. 11 11-13.
---- 1983. Envoi: last thoughts of an editor. 12 24.
Drummond, A., see Ogilvie, R. M.
Duquesnay, I. M. LeM., see Randall, J. G.

Eames, J. V. H., see Chalk, H. H. O.
Earl, D. C., and Walsh, P. G. 1975. Roman moral and political concepts. 4 13-14.
---- 1986. Chairman's review. 15 4-6.
Easterling, P. E. 1991. Chairperson's review. 20 3-4.
----, and others [unnamed]. 1997. Research Assessment Exercise 1996: report of Panel 57. Classics, Ancient History, Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies. 26 25-8.
----, Brown, A. F. J., and Walcot, P. 1976. A-level courses in classical civilisation. 5 2-4.
Eatough, G. 1986. Classics at British universities, 1985-6: statistics. 15 8-11.
---- 1987. Classics at British universities, 1986-87: statistics. 16 35-9.
---- 1988. Classics at British universities, 1987-8: statistics. 17 16-25.
---- 1989. Classics at British universities, 1988-9 statistics. 18 12-16.
---- 1990. Classics at British universities, 1989-90: statistics. 19 5-9.
---- 1991. Classics at British universities, 1990-91: statistics. 20 6-10.
---- 1992-3a. Classics at British universities, 1991-92: statistics. 21 2-4 9.
---- 1992-3b. Classics at British universities, 1992-93: statistics. 21 2-10 13.
---- 1994. Classics at British universities, 1993-94: statistics. 23 22-5.
---- 1995. Classics at British universities, 1994-95: statistics. 24 13-17.
---- 1996. Classics at British universities, 1995-96: statistics. 25 15-19.
---- 1997. Classics at British universities, 1995-96 [i.e. 1996-97]: statistics. 26 20-4.
---- 1998. Classics at British universities, 1997-98: statistics. 27 18-23.
---- 1999. Classics at British universities, 1998-99: statistics. 28 22-5.
---- 2000. Classics at British universities, 1999-2000: statistics. 29 8-14.
---- 2001. Classics at British universities, 2000-01: statistics. 30 8-13.
---- 2001. What crisis? 30 36-44.
Edwards, P. 1988. Do they really know what they are doing? 17 7-10.
Emlyn-Jones, C. 1981. Classical studies at the Open University. 10 15-17.
---- 1987. Classics in adult, part-time and continuing education: classical studies in the Open University. 16 7.

Fatchett, D., see Walden, G.
Ferguson, J., see Barker, A. D.
Finley, M. I. 1974. Methods of teaching ancient history to students with no knowledge of Latin and Greek: part I. 3 3-4.
Fisher, N. R. E. 1985a. The preparation of source-books II. 14 16-17.
---- 1985b. Review of P. V. Jones, The World of Athens, 14 48-9.
----, and Gordon, R. L. 1979. Literature and society in translation. 8 10-12.
Fitzpatrick, D. 2004. Chameleon: the classics scholar of the 21st century. 33 8-16.
----, Hardwick, L., Dean, T., and Behr, C. 2002. The cutting edge of classics: debates and dilemmas. 31 13-23.
Flintoff, T. E. S., see Randall, J. G.
Fowler, D. P. 1985. News from the Clarendon Press. 14 22-3.
---- 1986. News from the Clarendon Press. 15 12-13.
---- 1989. Greek word-processing software for IBM compatibles: a preliminary review. 18 25-37.
Fulford, M. G. 1985. Review of J. F. Drinkwater, Roman Gaul, 14 47-8.

Gardner, J. F. 1986. The Ure Museum of Greek Archaeology, Department of Classics, University of Reading. 15 32-3.
Goldhill, S. 1988. Classics today: a parabasis. 17 44-8.
Goold, G. P. 1977. The Loeb Classical Library. 6 18.
---- see also Randall, J. G.
Goulet-Cazé, M.-O. 1991. Échos de la recherche française. 20 29-37.
Gransden, K. W. 1973. Classics and English studies: part I. 2 6-7.
---- see also Barlow, S. A.
Gratwick, A., and Randall, J. 1981. Latin teaching at university level. 10 11-13.
Greaves, L. 1986. George Philip. 15 18.
Green, A. M. W. 1978. Classics and the university library: some thoughts. 7 16-18.
Griffiths, C. 1972. The role and future of the teaching of classical languages in universities: part II. 1 10-11.

Hall, E., see Carey, C.
Hallett, J. P. 1996a. Acculturating the aspiring classicist: presentation for University of Pennsylvania Classics Graduate Education Group, March 18-1995. 25 11-14.
---- 1996b. Graduate education in classics: some American perspectives and initiatives. 25 5-10.
Handley, E. W. 2001. Tityre, tu patulae . . . 30 45-8.
---- see also Moritz, L. A.
Hardwick, L. 1995. The Humanities Higher Education Research Group. 24 18.
---- 1997. Translation: future imperative? 26 32-5.
---- 2000. Classical studies in the Learning and Teaching Support Network. 29 15-19.
---- 2001. LTSN Classics and Ancient History: a forum for debate and development. 30 32-5.
---- 2003. Classics and ancient history at university: shaping future directions in teaching and learning. 32 17-19.
---- see also Fitzpatrick, D.
Healey, A. 1986. The Library of the Institute of Classical Studies and the Joint Library of the Hellenic and Roman Societies: a survey. 15 20-1.
Healy, J. F. 1981. Recent developments in the scientific study of Greek coinage. 10 8-10.
Henderson, J., see Beard, M.
Hill, D. E., see Williams, R. D.
Hill, S. 1999. JACT Classical Civilisation AS/A level: the new specification. 28 33-5.
Hire, P. 1985. News from Cambridge University Press. 14 20-2.
---- 1986. Cambridge University Press. 15 13-14.
---- 1987. Cambridge University Press. 16 20-1.
Hockey, S. 1985. Computers and classical literature. 14 18-19.
Hooker, G. T. W. 1973. Hellenic and Roman studies at Birmingham. 2 15-16.
Hooker, J. T. 1985. Review of L. Foxhall and J. K. Davies, The Trojan War, 14 44-5.
Hopkins, K. 1974. Classics and anthropology: part I. Some sociological approaches to Roman history. 3 9-10.
Hughes, J. D., see Mackenzie, A. G.
Humphreys, S. 1974. Classics and anthropology: part II. 3 11-12.

Jackson, R., and Roueché, C. 1998. "Graduateness": CUCD conference panel at the Classical Association, Lampeter 1998. 27 24-6.
Janko, R. 1997. Literature, criticism and authority: the experience of antiquity. 26 3-19 (= (part) in Ad familiares, 14 (1998), 10-11).
Jones, P. V., and others. 1975. The JACT Greek Project. 4 18.
---- 1980. JACT Greek Course. 9 13-14, 28.
----, Wallace-Hadrill, A., and Rowe, C. 1988. Apologia pro studiis classicis sive trium sapientium convivium. 17 11-15.
'Junius'. 1979. Some reflections on immobility. 8 16-17.

Kavanagh, P. J. 1987. Cui bono? 16 1-2.
Kay, B. W. 1974. Classics at O and A level. 4 26-8.
Kennedy, D. F. 1986. "Learning Latin", a new textbook with a new approach. 15 38-9.
Kerferd, G. B. 1973. Preface by the chairman. 2 vii.
---- 1974. Statistics of students. 4 24-5.
---- 1975. Statistics of students. 4 21.
---- 1976. Statistics. 5 23-4.
---- 1977. Statistics. 6 19.
---- 1978. Statistics. 7 19-20.
---- 1979. Statistics: numbers at school and university. 8 22-3.
---- 1980. Statistics: numbers at school and university. 9 25-7.
---- 1981. Statistics: numbers at school and university. 10 22-4.
----, Owen, G. E. L., and Ogilvie, R. M. 1975. Postgraduate studies in classics. 4 2-4.
Kirk, G. S., see West, M. L.

Landels, J. G. 1985. Teaching ancient science I: the history of science in classical studies courses. 14 11-12.
Langslow, D. R. 1996. Notes on some aims and assumptions of classical language courses at university. 25 21-30.
Ledger, G. 1984. Computers and the classics: or who wrote Plato's "Republic"? 13 27-30.
Liebeschuetz, W. 1987. In favour of rationalising classics departments. 16 42-4.
Lintott, A. 1984. News from the Clarendon Press. 13 25.
Lister, B. 1997. Language teaching at university: some further thoughts. 26 29-31.
---- 2004. Classics in schools: the time for reappraisal (again). 33 17-19.
Liversidge, M. J. H. 1976. Greek and Roman influences in European art. 5 19-20.
Long, A. A. 1975. The classics in education 1923. 4 21.
---- 1976. The problems of recruiting undergraduates, especially in provincial departments. 5 15.
----, and Kenny, A. J. P. 1975. Ancient philosophy in a classics degree. 4 9-12.
Longrigg, J. A. 1985. Teaching ancient science II: the Newcastle course in the history of Greek medicine. 14 12-14.
Lowe, N. J. 1995. Loose connections. 24 3.
---- 1996. Common tongues. 25 3.
---- 1997. Crunching figures. 26 2.
---- 1998. Quality control. 27 2.
---- 1999. Parthian glances. 28 2.
----, and others. 1995. Survey on ab initio language teaching. 24 19-39.

MacDowell, D. M. 1973. Misguided advice. 2 17.
Mackenzie, A. G., and Hughes, J. D. 1978. Libraries and their service to classical scholars. 7 14-16.
Mackinnon, J. K., see Davies, J. K.
Martindale, C. 1994. Professing Latin. 23 3-21.
Matier, K. 1988. Classical studies in South Africa. 17 41-3.
Mattingly, H. B. 1974. Methods of teaching ancient history to students with no knowledge of Latin and Greek: part II. 3 5.
Mayer, R. G. 1987. Classics in adult, part-time and continuing education: Birkbeck College. 16 8.
Milham, M. E. 1975. The classics in Canada. 4 19-20.
Millar, F. 1995. Using major classical libraries. 24 40.
Miller, N. 1982. CUCD age structure survey. 11 10.
Millett, P. 2004. Classics at UK Universities, 2003-4: statistics. 33 20-6.
Mitchell, S. 2002. The British schools and institutes of archaeology: a short guide. 31 10-12.
Moles, J. L. 1988. Editorial note. 17 3.
---- 1990. The editor regrets . . . 19 3.
---- 1991. Acknowledgements. 20 3.
---- 1992-3. The editor regrets. 21-2 3.
Morgan, J. 1996. Perseus 2 UK launch. 25 20.
Morgan, T. J. 2000a. Assessment in Roman education. 29 20-8.
---- 2000b. Sorcerer's apprentice. 29 3.
---- 2001. Happy anniversary. 30 2-3.
---- 2002. On waterfalls and jugs. 31 3.
---- 2003. Vocation, vocation, vocation. 32 3-4.
---- 2004. The meaning of it all. 33 3-4.
Moritz, L. A., Bate, A. K., Betts, J. H., and Handley, E. W. 1977. Do-it-yourself publishing. 6 1-2.
Morris, B., see Stern, J. P.
Morton Braund, S. 1995. The needs of graduate students: or how to make it into the ivory tower. 24 4-7.
Mudd, P. 1986. Aris & Phillips Ltd. 15 15-16.
Muecke, F. 1988. Classics in Australian universities. 17 39-41.
Muir, J. V. 1980. European column: International Bureau for the Teaching of the Classical Languages. 9 24.
---- 1983. The schools and teacher training. 12 4-7.
---- Story, E. P., and Williams, W. A. 1980. Training and supply of teachers in classics. 9 15-24.
Mullett, M. 1992-3. Byzantine studies in the Queen's University of Belfast. 21-2 25-9.

Nisbet, R. 1991. Half a century of classical research at Oxford. 20 11-20.
North, J. A. 1985. Review of T. P. Wiseman, Roman Political Life, 14 52-3.

Ogilvie, R. M., and Drummond, A. 1977. Roman religion in the undergraduate curriculum. 6 7-9.
---- see also Kerferd, G. B.
Osborne, R. 1999. JACT Ancient History A level: the new specification. 28 31-2.
---- see also Carey, C.
Owen, G. E. L., see Kerferd, G. B.

Parker, J. 2001. Old vs. new pedagogy: thoughts from a parodic agôn. 30 49-58.
Parsons, P. 1981. Papyri and Greek literature. 10 7-8.
---- 1989. Papyrology: future perspectives. 18 43-6.
Peckett, C. W. E. 1973. University beginners' Latin courses: part II. 2 11-12.
Percival, J. 1972. Some problems of teaching courses on classical civilization in universities. 1 12.
Pinsent, J. 1976. Liverpool Classical Monthly. 5 24.
Potter, T. W., see Branigan, K.
Powell, (C.) A. 1977. Greek religion: the case of Athenian divination. 6 11.
---- 1987. A level classics for the public: a proposal. 16 8-9.
---- see also Chadwick, J.
Prag, A. J. N. W., see Sparkes, B. W.
'Prodikos'. 1990. The choice of Heracles. 19 34.

Raeburn, D. 1994. Classical language teaching at university. 23 30-3.
Rajak, T. 1985a. Editorial note. 14 5.
---- 1985b. Review of J. Bellemore, Nicolaus of Damascus, Life of Augustus, 14 50-1.
Randall, J. G. 1973. University beginners' Latin courses: part I. Parva sagaci: a structural approach to Latin. 2 9-10.
----, Duquesnay, I. M. LeM., Flintoff, T. E. S., Rudd, N., and Goold, G. P. 1977. Teaching elementary Latin. 6 14-17.
---- see also Gratwick, A.
Rankin, H. D. 1973. Classics in Australia. 2 3.
---- 1976. Books and publishing: a problem for classics. 5 21-2.
---- 1977. Texts going out of print. 6 18.
Rees, B. R. 1972. Editorial note. 1 1.
Reeve, A. J. H. 1992-3. From the chalk face: classics in St Bees School, Cumbria. 21-2 23-4.
Reid, R. A. 1974. Beginning Greek: part II. 3 16-17.
Richardson, J.S. 1994. "Never explain, never apologize - " 23 2.
---- see also Beard, M.
Richardson, K. 1986. Bristol Classical Press. 15 14-15.
---- 1987. Bristol Classical Press. 16 19-20.
Roberts, J., and Sharwood-Smith, J. 1974. Why classics teachers in universities should join JACT. 4 23.
Robertson, F. 1977. Proposed changes in the sixth form curriculum. 6 17.
---- 1979. European developments: Association Européenne des Professeurs de Langues Anciennes. 8 19-20.
---- 1981a. European column: European Association. 10 17.
---- 1981b. JACT: Committee for In-service Education and Training. 10 20-1.
---- 1981c. Rationalisation: état de la question. July 1981. 10 5-6.
---- 1982. Statistics (1): University. 11 22-3.
---- 1983. Statistics: Universities (1982). 12 13-16.
---- 1984. Classics at British Universities, 1983-4: statistics. 13 8-9.
---- 1985. Lies, damned lies, and statistics. 14 6-7.
---- see also Courtney, E.
Roueché, C. 1998. Greek after Pentecost: the arguments for ancient language. 27 27-34.
---- see also Jackson, R.
Rowe, C. J. 1990. Coldstream Essay Challenge. 19 16-18.
---- 1998. Chairman's report: 1997-8. 27 9-17.
---- 1999. Chair's report. 28 3-21.
---- see also Jones, P. V.
Rudd, W. J. N. 1976. The classical connection. 5 1.
---- 1985. Review of T. P. Wiseman, Catullus and his World, 14 43-4.
---- see also Randall, J. G.
Russell, D. A. 1978. Ancient literary theory and practice (i): some critical principles, ancient and modern. 7 6.

Saunders, T. J. 1981. Rationalisation: the local arguments. 10 4-5.
---- 1982. The cuts and the classics: one year on. 11 9, 24.
---- 1984. CUCD: retrospect and prospect. 13 4-5.
----, and Robertson, F. 1987. The place of language in classical studies degrees. 16 3-6.
---- see also Davies, J. K.
Schofield, M. 1979. Statistics: employment prospects of classics graduates. 8 20-2.
---- 1980. Survey: courses in classical civilisation. 9 12-13.
Sharples, R. W. 1982. The place of ancient philosophy in classics courses. 11 14-15.
---- 1985. Letter to the editor: "Reading Latin". 14 38-9.
---- 1986. Discussion: what's in a name? 15 40-2.
---- 1987. Careers of classical graduates, 1982-86. 16 45-6.
---- 2000. Chair's report: 1999-2000. 29 4-7.
---- 2001. Chair's report: 1999-2000. 30 4-7.
Sharwood-Smith, J., see Roberts, J.
Shipley, G. 2001. UCAS data on applications in classical subjects, 1998-2000. 30 14-31.
---- 2002. Classics at UK Universities, 2001-2: statistics. 31 24-31.
---- 2003. Classics at UK Universities, 2002-3: statistics. 32 20-7.
---- 2004. Chair's report, 2003-4. 33 5-7.
Sidwell, K. 1984. "Reading Latin": a co-author of the Newcastle Latin Course ("Reading Latin", CUP 1985) discusses the principles behind it. 13 12-18.
Sommerstein, A. H. 1985. Commentaries on translations II: some practical problems. 14 9-10.
Sourvinou-Inwood, C. 1977. Greek religion in the undergraduate curriculum. 6 3-5.
Sparkes, B. W. [i.e. B. A.?], and Prag, A. J. N. W. 1976. The use of archaeological objects in teaching undergraduates. 5 8-10.
Spawforth, T. 1985. The Greek Museum, Department of Classics, University of Newcastle upon Tyne. 14 35-6.
Spillane, C., see Braund, S.
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