quarta-feira, 6 de abril de 2016

Call for papers: CADMO - Revista de História Antiga

As a peer-reviewed scholarly journal, CADMO – Revista de História Antiga publishes original studies and findings, as well as relevant “state of the art” essays, on Ancient History and the study of Ancient cultures. Furthermore, it aims to promote debate and discussion on a wide variety of subjects relating to Ancient History. It welcomes contributions related to the Ancient Near-Eastern World (Egypt, Mesopotamia, Persia, Syro-Palestinian area and Anatolia) and to the Classical World (Greece, Rome and the Ancient Mediterranean, including Late Antiquity). Studies on the reception of Antiquity and its cultural productions, historiography of the Ancient World, as well as submissions focusing on other Ancient societies (such as the Indian, Asian or Mesoamerican cultures) are also accepted.

This journal does not consider “Antiquity” to be a notion restricted to Western civilization and its heritage, rather an essential historiographical construct for our understanding of Global History. Critical reviews of recently published works (up to two years) and relevant notes and news on the aforementioned subjects are also published.

Annual Deadline for proposals: December 31st

Proposals can be submitted in one of the following languages: Portuguese, English, French, German, Italian or Spanish.

Manuscripts should be sent to the following email address: cadmo.journal@letras.ulisboa.pt.

For information on the journal style guidelines, please consult the following link: http://www.centrodehistoria-flul.com/cadmo-how-to-submit.html.

For information on the peer-review process and our editorial policies, please consult the following link: http://www.centrodehistoria-flul.com/cadmo-peer-review-and-journal-policies.html

Editor-in-chief: Nuno Simões Rodrigues (University of Lisbon).

Co-editors: Luís Manuel de Araújo (University of Lisbon); Amílcar Guerra (University of Lisbon).

Editorial Board: Eva Cantarella (University of Milan); John J. Collins (Yale University); Monica Silveira Cyrino (University of New Mexico); Ken Dowden (University of Birmingham); José Ribeiro Ferreira (University of Coimbra); Francolino Gonçalves (French Biblical and Archaeological School of Jerusalem); Judith P. Hallett (University of Maryland); Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones (University of Cardiff); Antonio Loprieno (University of Basel); Josep Padró (Autonomous University of Barcelona); Maria Cristina de Sousa Pimentel (University of Lisbon); José Augusto Ramos (University of Lisbon); José Manuel Roldán Hervás (Complutense University of Madrid); Maria de Fátima Sousa e Silva (University of Coimbra); Giulia Sissa (University of California, Los Angeles); Julio Trebolle (Complutense University of Madrid); Juan Pablo Vita (Spanish National Research Council).