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Roger D. Woodard
Department of Classics
Academic Center 338
University at Buffalo (The State University of New York)
Buffalo, NY 14261-1100
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When a submission arrives, the editor reviews it and eliminates obviously unsuitable submissions (e.g., off topic, illiterate, unsuited to the mission of the journal, clearly lacking in grasp of the subject matter and/or scholarship). A member of the editorial board then recommends whether or not it is suitable to send out to external reviewers. If the recommendation is positive, the editor sends it out to two external reviewers; the review process is double-blind. We ask reviewers to consider originality, clarity, and quality of scholarship; recommend whether MS should be published (with or without revisions), revised and resubmitted, or rejected; suggest clarifications that would enable the author to clarify his or her argument; suggest supplemental bibliography.
If reports are positive, the editor accepts, requests submission of final copy, and evaluates the final version of the MS. We usually do not ask authors to revise and resubmit. If we feel confident the author can do so successfully, we ask the author to revise based on the readers’ reports. We send the revised article to a third reader. Editor makes the final call. We used to ask referees to return reports within 2 months, but now suggest 4 weeks to try to shorten the review process. Unfortunately, it often takes several months for the reports to come in. Decisions are made very quickly once we have both reports. Time to publication once articles are submitted varies depending on whether we have one or more theme volumes in the production queue. We normally publish within three to six months of receipt of final copy.
Roger D. Woodard, University at Buffalo (The State University of New York)
Clifford Ando, University of Chicago
Daniel W. Berman, Temple University
Maurizio Bettini, Università di Siena
Claude Calame, École des Hautes Études (Paris)
Joel Christensen, Brandeis University
Neil Coffee, University at Buffalo (The State University of New York)
David Elmer, Harvard University
David Fredrick, University of Arkansas
Emily Greenwood, Harvard University
David Konstan, New York University
Jackie Murray, University at Buffalo (The State University of New York)
Kalliopi Nikolopoulou, University at Buffalo (The State University of New York)
Jordi Pàmias, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Vassiliki Panoussi, College of William and Mary
Caroline Stark, Howard University
Isabelle Torrance, Aarhus Universitet
Phiroze Vasunia, University College London
John J. Peradotto
Madeleine S. Kaufman
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