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About Scholia

Scholia features critical and pedagogical articles and reviews on a diverse range of subjects dealing with classical antiquity, including late antique, medieval, Renaissance and early modern studies related to the classical tradition; in addition, there is news about museums and articles on classical artefacts in museums in New Zealand and the J. A. Barsby Essay.

Scholia and its companion electronic journal Scholia Reviews (volumes 1-20) have published 862 contributions by 392 scholars and academics at 193 universities and other institutions in 36 countries, namely Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Cyprus, Democratic Republic of Congo, England, Finland, France, Germany, Ghana, Greece, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Malawi, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Northern Ireland, Poland, Puerto Rico, Romania, Russia, Scotland, Senegal, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, United States, Wales and Zimbabwe. Scholia has been distributed to individuals, universities and libraries in 49 countries in Australasia, Africa, North America, Europe, South America and Asia and has been been exchanged with 119 other journals.

Scholia is archived in ProQuest (USA), EBSCO (USA), Informit (Australia) and SABINET (South Africa), indexed and abstracted in L’Année Philologique (France), indexed in Gnomon (Germany) and TOCS-IN (Canada), and listed in Ulrich’s International Periodicals Directory (USA). Scholia is listed in the Australian Department of Education, Science and Training Register of Refereed Journals and is recognised by the South African Department of Education for research output subsidy. Information about Scholia and the entire volumes of the journal are available on the world wide web at http://www.otago.ac.nz/classics/scholia. Photocopies of articles and other sections of Scholia are available from the British Library Document Supply Centre (BLDSC no. 8092.54348). Scholia Reviews, an electronic journal that features the pre-publication versions of reviews that appear in Scholia, is available via EBSCO (USA), SABINET (South Africa) and the world wide web at http://www.classics.ukzn.ac.za/reviews.

Manuscripts

Potential contributors should read the Notes for Contributors and follow the suggested guidelines for the submission of manuscripts. Articles on the classical tradition are particularly welcome. Submissions are usually reviewed by two referees. Time before publication decision: 2-3 months.

Subscriptions (2011)

Individuals

USD35/NZD50.

Libraries and Institutions

USD60/NZD80.

For credit card payments, which are preferred, see Subscriptions. Foreign subscriptions cover air mail postage. After initial payment, a subscription to the journal will be entered. Back numbers are available at a reduced price and may be ordered from the Business Manager.

Editing and Managing Address

Articles and Subscriptions

W. J. Dominik
Editor and Manager, Scholia
Department of Classics
University of Otago
P. O. Box 56
Dunedin 9054
New Zealand
Tel: +64 (0)3 479 8710
Fax: +64 (0)3 479 9029
Email: william.dominik@otago.ac.nz

Reviews Address

Review Articles and Reviews

J. L. Hilton
Reviews Editor, Scholia
Programme in Classics
University of KwaZulu-Natal
Durban 4041
South Africa
Tel: +27 (0)31 260 2312
Fax: +27 (0)31 260 2698
Email: hilton@ukzn.ac.za

New Series

Scholia was conceived as a scholarly journal in 1991 and was first published a year later. Information about Scholia and the entire volumes of the journal are available on the world wide web at http://www.otago.ac.nz/classics/scholia/index.html. Scholia Reviews, an electronic journal that features the pre-publication versions of reviews that appear in Scholia, is available on the world wide web at http://www.classics.ukzn.ac.za/reviews.

You may view the entire volumes of Scholia by clicking the links below and locate specific articles and reviews by referring to the Scholia and Scholia Reviews Index: Volumes 1-20 (1992-2011). (Opening these files may be slow because of their large size.)

Volume 1 (1992) vi + 161 pp.

Volume 2 (1993) vi + 166 pp.

Volume 3 (1994) vi + 178 pp.

Volume 4 (1995) vi + 182 pp.

Volume 5 (1996) vi + 194 pp.

Volume 6 (1997) vi + 186 pp.

Volume 7 (1998) vi + 194 pp.

Volume 8 (1999) vi + 190 pp.

Volume 9 (2000) vi + 190 pp.

Volume 10 (2001) vi + 194 pp.

Volume 11 (2002) vi + 178 pp.

Volume 12 (2003) vi + 198 pp.

Volume 13 (2004) vi + 194 pp.

Volume 14 (2005) vi + 190 pp.

Volume 15 (2006) vi + 194 pp.

Volume 16 (2007) vi + 186 pp.

Volume 17 (2008) vi + 182 pp.

Volume 18 (2009) vi + 194 pp.

Volume 19 (2010) vi + 198 pp.

Volume 20 (2011) vi + 222 pp.

Index Volumes 1-20 (1992-2011) iv + 52 pp.

The quality of the scanned pages in Volumes 1-13 (1992-2004) will be improved progressively in 2012-2013.

Cover Illustration

Drawing by E. A. Mackay (University of Auckland) based on an Attic black-figure fragment (inv. L.1989.K) in the Museum of Classical Archaeology, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban (on permanent loan from A. Gosling).

 

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