AMPHORAE VII Sydney
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Conference schedule and abstracts
AMPHORA - the Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in Hellenic or Roman Antiquities - was established in 2007 as a major annual conference and gathering for postgraduate students in classical antiquity in Australasia. Across six events, two countries, three Australian states, hundreds of papers and the addition of a letter (E for Egyptology, resulting in the present title of AMPHORAE), the conference has become an institution for Australian and New Zealand students of the ancient world.
AMPHORAE VII will take place at the Camperdown/Darlington Campus of the University of Sydney. Key locations are marked on the map below - in particular, the red pin is the venue for registration, which should be your first port of call on Day 1 of the conference. We've also marked where drinks and dinner will be held on the Wednesday and Friday nights.
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Information for honours students
Honours students are very welcome to attend and present at AMPHORAE. However, it's important to be aware that presenting a full paper is a significant commitment, and students are strongly encouraged to consult with their supervisor about the extra workload before deciding to do this. As an alternative, honours students might want to consider a poster presentation - see the registration page for further details.
Thanks to funding from ASCS, a number of small bursaries will be available to offset delegates' travel costs, as in previous years. Please see the registration page for further details.
The conference dinner will be held at Pazzo Restaurant in Surry Hills on the evening of Friday 19th July. It’s a completely optional event but is guaranteed to be fun! The dinner fee will be AU$50, to be paid in cash at registration on the first day.
Delegates will have access to the University's wireless network for the duration of the conference. Temporary logins will be distributed at registration on the first day.