Βyzantina Symmeikta (1966-2007: Symmeikta) is an international peer-reviewed open access electronic journal published by the Institute of Historical Research, Byzantine Section of the National Hellenic Research Foundation (Athens, Greece).
Eisodos – Journal for Literature and Theory is a peer-reviewed, open access, online-journal for all students of literary studies, Ancient or modern (B.A.-/B.Ed.- and M.A.-/M.Ed.-students as well as Ph.D.-students). Eisodos has as its focus, on the one hand, questions concerning the interpretation of literature, ranging from ancient to contemporary literature, on the other hand, theories of literature, their implications (esp. for interpretation) as well as a comparison of different literary theories.
Published yearly by the Greek Epigraphic Society. The aim of the journal is the prompt publication of new archaeological finds and studies to be shared without delay with the scholarly community. The journal will publish primarily short articles on Ancient Greek inscriptions, Ancient Topography and History, including scholarly comments and remarks on these topics. Submitted articles will be uploaded in the order in which they are received (not at the end of the year).
Edited by the Centre for Late Antique Religion and Culture at Cardiff University. The scope of the journal is the study of late antique religion and culture from the late Hellenistic Period to the early Middle Ages, also in relation to earlier and later periods, in particular Classical antiquity and the modern world.
JLA provides a venue for multi-disciplinary coverage of all the methodological, geographical, and chronological facets of Late Antiquity, covering the late and post-classical world up to the Carolingian period, and including the late Roman, western European, Byzantine, Sassanid, and Islamic worlds, ca. 250-800 CE.
Philology is an international peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study of human traditions as they emerge from oral, written, carved, painted, digital, performed, ancient, contemporary texts. The journal aspires to challenge and reformulate the expression of philological studies in the present day. We propose that the contemporary world be understood in its multicultural complexity, and thus that philology be re-founded as a relevant social science. To this end, we encourage constant dialogue with the methodologies of other disciplines, including linguistics, cultural anthropology, archaeology, paleoethnology, genetics and cultural biology. Peter Lang. Ingenta.
This journal offers a space for interdisciplinary and diachronic reflection and debate about mythographical texts in Antiquity, in the Middles Ages, and in the Renaissance. It aims to shed light on the variety of issues and approaches, to explore the complex relationships that these texts had with poetical and exegetical practices at different places and times, and to question the historical validity of the ‘ancient science of myths’ that has never stopped evolving in accordance with the religious, social and ideological mutations of European cultures from Antiquity to the 17th Century.