The three papers published here were originally presented in the context of a workshop at the 2010 APA meeting in Anaheim, California entitled “New Ventures in Classics Pedagogy: The Challenge of Teaching about Rape.” The workshop, organized by Kathy L. Gaca and Lillian Doherty, was designed to follow up on a roundtable discussion about “Teaching Rape in Classical Literature” at the previous year’s APA meeting, which drew an unusually large number of participants. The papers published below were collected and edited by Lillian Doherty (University of Maryland, College Park). They offer an overview of the pedagogical and ethical issues classicists face in teaching about rape, they suggest a variety of classroom strategies, and they describe several very specific case studies.