Narrativisation: The 2013 Issue Theme

NARRATIVISATION As scholars of the past in various disciplines, we must constantly contend with the fact that we are considerably displaced from our subject matter temporally, socially, and culturally. This displacement predicates the necessity of narrativisation – the construction of discourse in order to make a meaningful telling from an assortment of facts. For both …

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Our 2013 Editorial Collective

The Amphora Issue Editorial Collective is formed each year from postgraduates and early career researchers. We are very please to announce our new 2013 Editorial Collective: Head Editors: Sarah Davidson and Dr. Sonya Wurster Editors: Dr. Jessie Birkett-Rees, Kyle Conrau-Lewis, Dianne Fitzpatrick, Leanne Grech, Christopher Hale, Damjan Krsmanovic, Sarah Midford and Larissa Tittl.

Amphora Issue Articles Available Online

Selected articles from each publication of The Amphora Issue are now available online. We are proud to share these two postgraduate articles, which have both been awarded prizes: Miriam Riverlea (Monash) 'Icarus is seventeen, like me': Reworking Myth in Yound Adult Fiction David Rafferty (UM) Princeps Senatus Miriam Riverlea's article "'Icarus is seventeen, like me': …

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