Although this question maybe looks silly, I have searched similar questions in this forum and googled it but got no desired answers.
IND-CCA security has already been deeply studied in public cryptography. And it is also known that some symmetric constructions (e.g. CBC model) are not IND-CCA secure (for example, see this chapter). However, I didn't find so many results about IND-CCA secure symmetric encryption. The only construction I found is the one provided by Desai in Crypto2000
I was wondering, are there any other well-known constructions of IND-CCA secure symmetric encryption (classical secure)?
Besides, could they still be easily converted to a post-quantum version (for example, by double the length of the secret key)?