Editorial Board

Statement of Editorial Policy

CP is devoted to publishing the best scholarly thought on all aspects of Graeco-Roman antiquity, including literature, languages, anthropology, history, social life, philosophy, religion, art, material culture, and the history of classical studies. We also welcome contributions on the reception of classical antiquity, as well as on the interaction of Greece and Rome with other ancient cultures. CP is committed to both rigorous scholarship and the development of new approaches. Traditionally, we have published both longer articles and short notes. We now invite a third type of contribution: essays that deal with broad questions of interpretation and methodology, while being firmly grounded in a knowledge of Graeco-Roman antiquity. The length of contributions varies with the subject matter; it generally ranges from a few pages to about 50 double-spaced pages. If the subject matter warrants, longer contributions may be considered.

 

EDITORIAL BOARD

Shadi Bartsch, Editor
Sarah Nooter, Book Review Editor
Jodi Haraldson, Managing Editor
Daniel Jacobs, Editorial Assistant
Katherine R. Capuder, Editorial Assistant
Parth Joshi, Book Review Assistant

Associate Editors

Michael I. Allen
Clifford Ando
Elizabeth Asmis
Alain Bresson
Helma Dik
Christopher A. Faraone
Jonathan M. Hall
W. Ralph Johnson
Michèle Lowrie
David G. Martinez
Richard T. Neer
Mark Payne
James Redfield
D. Nicholas Rudall
Peter White
David Wray

Editorial Board

 

Carolyn Dewald, Bard College
Denis Feeney, Princeton University
Malcolm Heath, University of Leeds
Brad Inwood, University of Toronto
Robert A. Kaster, Princeton University
C. F. Konrad, Texas A&M University
Glenn W. Most, Scuola Normale Superiore; University of Chicago
Jackie Murray, University of Kentucky
Verity Platt, Cornell University
James Porter, University of California, Irvine
Victoria Rimell, Sapienza University of Rome
David Sansone, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Laura M. Slatkin, New York University
Tim Whitmarsh, St. John’s College, Cambridge

Victoria Wohl, University of Toronto

Contact Editorial Office

Please address all editorial correspondence to:

Editor
Classical Philology
University of Chicago
1010 E. 59th Street
Chicago, IL 60637

Telephone: (773) 702-2564

E-mail:
clph@uchicago.edu

 

Classical Philology publishes reviews of selected books in each issue. Please send all books for review to:

Book Review Editor
Classical Philology
University of Chicago
1010 E. 59th Street
Chicago, IL 60637


Concerning submissions and guidelines for publication, please check For Authors.