*** AMPAH has been postponed to Autumn 2020 in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic***

The Department of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Exeter is pleased to host the 2020 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 to add an extra half day on the Friday.

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

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

Saturday: 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

To those signed up via Eventbrite for AMPAH:

The Eventbrite reminder email was an automated email, and therefore sent out in error.

Our conference is still postponed till autumn. Sorry for any confusion this caused.

We are sorry to say that today we have made the difficult decision to postpone AMPAH. In the light of COVID-19 and rapid changes in the situation we feel that it would be irresponsible to proceed.

Delighted to be speaking on some aspects of the Late Antique imagination at @AMPAHistory next month, here at Exeter #Classics @ExeterDoctoral

You can still register (for free!) for this fascinating conference: https://t.co/oob4xnDWs2

Postgrad in Ancient History? 👀 Come to AMPAH! March 20-21 @ExeterClassics

We have a fantastic day and a half planned, with 36(!) papers presented by postgrads, and two keynote addresses!

Full programme and registration (free!) below 👇

#AncientHistory https://t.co/83n0cktq9i

Registration is open! Come and join us in Exeter for AMPAH on Friday 20th and Saturday 21st March:
Full event details on the blog: https://t.co/9OUjjxLx1E

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