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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Classical Re-Conceptions Launch

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 …

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Preview of MHJ 40.2: The Amphora Issue

We are pleased to announce that the inaugural publication of The Amphora Issue (MHJ 40.2) will include the following articles: Dr. Rhiannon Evans (LaTrobe) '"The ghost of old Rome": Charles Dickens and the Nineteenth-Century Experience of Antiquity' Dr. Marguerite Johnson (Newcastle) 'What to Look for in a Mayor; or Classical Reception in the Coalopolis' Dr. …

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Supporting Postgraduate Scholarship in Reception Studies

In the wake of the impending deadline for submissions and the anticipation of potential contributions to our next publication, here is one thread that will be part of the first whole edition of The Amphora Issue: In conjunction with the University of Melbourne Classics and Archaeology Postgraduate Committee and the Straddling the Divide// Reception Studies …

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