The faculty in MCLLC maintain electronic discussion lists for dialogue and exchange in a wide range of areas, targeting diverse groups from students to professionals, and ranging from local to international in their scope.
The listservs maintained by MCLLC faculty are presented below, with a description of the intended audience and the subscription policies that pertain for each list.
SUBSCRIBE to an MCLLC LISTSERV
To subscribe to a discussion list maintained by MCLLC faculty, send an e-mail message to:
Leave the subject line of the message blank, and in the body of the message type:
subscribe [listerv name]
(do not include the "[ ]" when typing the listserv name that you wish to subscribe to)
Note that not all MCLLC-maintained listservs are open to public subscription (see descriptions of individual listservs below).
The Classical Greek and Latin Discussion Group is an unmoderated group for discussions relevant to the study of the classical cultures and traditions of Greece and Rome, including the philology and linguistics of the Greek and Roman languages, classical history and philosophy, the study of classical literature, art, music, and dance, the archaeology of the classical world, and all other areas of study usually included under the traditional title of "classics" as referring to the cultures of Greece and Rome before 450 CE, as well as the scholarly and technical methodologies used in the study of these areas. For more information, visit the Classics lists homepage at http://lsv.uky.edu/archives/classics-l.html. This list is maintained by the University of Kentucky Collaboratory for Research in Computing for Humanities (RCH - http://www.rch.uky.edu/).
Subscription to the Classics-L list is open to anyone, but is subject to approval by the list owner(s).
CLADGS is an informational listserv for graduate students and faculty of the Division of Classics. Membership is restricted to those groups.
CLA-UNDERGRAD is a listerv for majors, minors, and faculty of the Division of Classics. Membership is restricted to those groups. Contact email@example.com
This university-wide interest group is designed to share information and foster collaboration related to Digital Scholarship at the University of Kentucky. This discussion forum is used to: organize talks / brown bags / lectures / invited speakers; share announcements of upcoming events and activities; send requests for information and collaboration; provide news of advancements in the field; share information on funding opportunities; send anything else of pertinence to Digital Scholarship at the University of Kentucky. This list is maintained by the University of Kentucky Collaboratory for Research in Computing for Humanities (RCH - http://www.rch.uky.edu/).
Subscription to the DigitalScholarship list is open to faculty, stuff and students at the University of Kentucky, but is subject to approval by the list owner(s).
IRIS is a listserv for people in the greater Lexington area interested in Classical Studies and related fields, e.g., medieval and renaissance studies, graduate alumni of the Division of Classics are automatically members. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Subscription to the IRIS list is open to all, but is subject to approval by the list owner(s).
This listerv publicizes events and accomplishments of MCLLC. Contact email@example.com
Subscription to the MCL-PR list is open to anyone with an interest in MCLLC activities, but is subject to approval by the list owner(s).
Polyglot is the internal MCLLC listserv. It is restricted to members of the department (faculty and graduate students). Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
RUSSCLUB-L is for anyone with an interest in the former Soviet Union and socialist bloc countries. It distributes information on cultural events, news of the Russian and Eastern Studies Division, scholarship and study abroad information and much more. Members of the UK community, people from across the state (and beyond) and students (current and former) are welcome to join. Contact email@example.com
Subscription to the RUSSCLUB-L list is open to anyone with an interest in Russian and Eastern Studies Division activities, but is subject to approval by the list owner(s).