The Department of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Exeter is pleased to host the 2020/1 Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in Ancient History.

AMPAH is an annual event that provides postgraduates with the opportunity to gain experience presenting their work and network with peers. This year, AMPAH is expanding from the traditional 1 day format, the conference will be held via Zoom on Thursday 18th and Friday 19th March.

This year we have two keynote addresses from University of Exeter academics:

Professor Richard Flower, “Uncertain Causes, or What To Do When A Senator Throws His Wife Out Of The Window”

Dr Emma Nicholson, “Cracking the Code of A Changing World – Polybius’ Guide to Leadership and Adaptation”

@AMPAHistory and contact us via email AMPAHistory@gmail.com

Clare and Kat

Clare McLoughlin Davis and Kathryn Adams

🚨Call for Organisers 🚨
Would you like to host AMPAH 2022?
All the information you need to put together a proposal can be found here:
Deadline is April 30th 2021 so find a pal and send us your proposal!

Call for organisers coming soon! Keep your eyes open for the announcement 👀 #AMPAH

And that’s a wrap for AMPAH 2020/21! After nearly two years of planning and re-planning (!) we bid you farewell, but first, some thank yous… #AMPAH

Session 4 Panel 2, Paper 3: “Are you not Entertained? A Study into the representation of gladiators within video games and re-enactment" James Reah @jamesreah123 #AMPAH

Session 4 Panel 1, Paper 3: “Weighing Up Pondus: Numismatic Evidence in Livy Book 34” Daniel Lowes @Lowesssss #AMPAH

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