Submissions to this year's publication of the Amphora Issue of MHJ are due Sunday 31 March. All articles submitted to the Amphora Issue are peer-reviewed before they can be accepted for publication. See our Submissions page for further details.
Dr Marguerite Johnson presented her paper entitled “What to look for in a mayor: Newcastle Civic Precinct and Ancient Architecture” on the 15th March 2013 in Cultural Collections (Auchmuty Library) University of Newcastle (Australia)
The Seminar was organised by the Discipline of Ancient History and the Classical Languages. The video was filmed by Gregg Heathcote, and produced by Gionni Di Gravio.
Her published paper entitled ‘What to Look for in a Mayor; or Classical Reception in the Coalopolis’ is available here:
It was in part inspired by our previous post on Mayor Morris Light entitled: What to look for in a Mayor? The Life and Legacy of Morris Light (1859- 1929)
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Here are the details from the NSW Heritage site regarding the listing…
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We are very pleased to announce the launch of the Melbourne Historical Journal volume 40, issue 2 (the Amphora Issue). The theme of this issue is ‘Classical Re-Conceptions’. Published since 1961, MHJ is a refereed journal for the publication of Australian and Aotearoa New Zealand graduate work in history. It is open to new approaches and …