Amphora is currently an annual publication that aims to convey the excitement of classical studies to a broad readership by offering accessible articles written by professional scholars and experts on topics of classical interest that include literature, language, mythology, history, culture, classical tradition and the arts, and by featuring reviews of current books, films, and web sites. Sponsored by the Committee on Outreach and supported by the APA, Amphora will be for everyone interested in the study of ancient Greece and Rome. Engaging and informative, this publication is intended for a wide audience that will include professional classicists, present and former classics majors, interested academics and professionals in other fields, high-school teachers and students, administrators in the field of education, community leaders, and anyone with a strong interest in or enthusiasm for the classical world.
APA members receive Amphora automatically as a benefit of membership. Nonmembers may subscribe to Amphora by completing this form and returning it to the APA Office.
You can see a table of contents for each issue.
Amphora's issues are available now in PDF form.
- Ellen Bauerle, University of Michigan Press, Editor
- Wells Hansen, Ridgeland Research, Assistant Editor
- Antony Augoustakis, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Adam Blistein, ex officio as Executive Director of the APA
- Jane Cahill, University of Winnipeg
- Edmund F. DeHoratius, Wayland High School (Massachusetts)
- Matthew Dillon, Loyola Marymount University
- Mary-Kay Gamel, UC-Santa Cruz
- John Gruber-Miller, Cornell College
- Judith P. Hallett, University of Maryland ex officio as Vice President for Outreach
- Ann Olga Koloski-Ostrow, Brandeis University
- Andrew Szegedy-Maszak, Wesleyan University
- Keely Lake, Wayland Academy (Wisconsin)
Last updated on September 03, 2012.