Amphora is a peer-reviewed journal that provides a platform for postgraduate and early career researchers in Ancient World Studies. It includes feature articles from established academics, refereed articles, book reviews, exhibition reviews, and feature artworks. We welcome contributions from researchers working in a diverse range of fields focusing on the Mediterranean and Near East, including Classical Studies, Ancient History, Reception Studies, Digital Humanities, Egyptology and Archaeology (including pre-historical and historical periods). A special feature of Amphora is the mentoring role of our editorial collective. We work closely with postgraduate authors in particular, shepherding both author and article through the initial submission and later peer-review process.
Postgraduates and early career researchers are especially encouraged to submit work.
All articles submitted to Amphora undergo a double-blind peer-review process that accords with the standard prescribed by the Department of Industry. The journal will be made available online through website and EBSCOhost, meaning that successful articles can be easily found by other scholars.
Call for Papers
The call for papers is now closed. The 2021 call for papers is expected to be announced in June.