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Studies in Classical Antiquity
Information about SCHOLIA and its contents is available at
After a period of three years of not accepting submissions in order
to clear a large backlog, SCHOLIA began list year to accept articles
for publication in volume 19 (2010). SCHOLIA is now accepting
articles for publication in volume 20 (2011). Potential contributors
should read the ‘Notes for Contributors’ located at the SCHOLIA
web site and at the back of the journal and follow the suggested
guidelines for the submission of manuscripts. Electronic submissions
are preferred and should be sent directly to the editor at
william.dominik AT otago.ac.nz.
SCHOLIA features critical and pedagogical articles on a diverse
range of subjects dealing with classical antiquity, including late
antique, medieval, Renaissance and early modern studies related
to the classical tradition. It also includes review articles, reviews
and other sections dealing with classics.
SCHOLIA and SCHOLIA REVIEWS (volumes 1–18) have
published 954 contributions by 360 scholars and academics at
179 universities and other institutions in 32 countries. SCHOLIA has
been distributed to institutions and scholars in 43 countries.
SCHOLIA is archived in ProQuest and Informit, indexed and
abstracted in L’Année Philologique, indexed in Gnomon and
TOCS-IN, and listed in Ulrich’s International Periodicals
Directory. SCHOLIA REVIEWS, an electronic journal that
features the pre-publication versions of reviews that appear in
SCHOLIA, is available at http://www.classics.ukzn.ac.za/reviews.