Journals

Did Ancient Women Read Books?

Author Sarit Kattan Gribetz joins us for a Q&A about “Women as Readers of the Nag Hammadi Codices" published in the Journal of Early Christian Studies. (Article can be found at https://muse.jhu.edu/article/709379 .)

How did you delve into this area of research?

A decade ago, I took...Read More

The Importance of Book Reviews

The age-old academic adage of "publish or perish" still exists. Publishing a book can play a critical role in the future of any academic. However, one piece of that important puzzle plays an important role in the journals published by the JHU Press.

Book reviews.

Many of our...Read More

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The age-old academic adage of "publish or perish" still exists. Publishing a book can play a critical role in the future of any academic. However, one piece of that important puzzle plays an...Read more

As the American Journal of Philology wraps up its 140th year of publishing, a new name stands at the top of the masthead. Joseph Farrell from the University of Pennsylvania took over as Editor...Read more