New Classicists is an online periodical aimed at providing a publication platform for postgraduate students in any field that relates to Antiquity. Our editorial and advisory board members aid in sourcing international academics for the double blind peer reviewing of each accepted article. We aim to publish at least one journal a year.
Thanks to generous funding from the Classics department at King's College London, the journal is an open access publication.
If you are a postgraduate student of any recognised institution, or are within two years of completing a degree, and you would like to have an article peer reviewed and published, please submit a finished draft, of up to 8000 words, along with a 2-300 word abstract. Articles can be submitted at any time during the year, but the peer reviewing process can take up to three months, so bear this in mind if you want your article included in a particular edition. Please use the Harvard referencing style for modern sources and the Oxford style for ancient sources, with footnotes, if required, at the bottom of each page. For more information, please see this referencing guide or our previous editions. All translations of ancient languages must be included in your article.
Each article will be assessed for suitability and an outcome will be forwarded to you within two weeks of this date. Articles must not have been previously published or submitted to another journal for consideration.
We are also looking for book reviews of recent works on Antiquity. Please contact the editor for more information if you would like to submit a book review.
In the meantime, please follow us on our social media sites and spread the word to your fellow postgrad students, colleagues and friends!
Open Access and Copyright Notice
New Classicists is committed to complete and transparent open access for academic work. All of New Classicists’ articles and reviews are free to access immediately from the date of publication. There are no author charges (APCs) prior to publication, and no charge for any reader to download articles and reviews for their own scholarly use. As a result, New Classicists does not operate either a Gold or Green model of open access, but is free to all at any time and in perpetuity. To facilitate this, New Classicists depends upon the financial funding provided by the department of Classics at King's College London, the pro bono work of its editorial team and advisory board, along with the continuing support of its network of peer reviewers.
A Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 (CC BY-ND 4.0) license applies to all content published in New Classicsts. While articles published in New Classicists can be copied by anyone, even for commercial purposes and with proper credit given, all materials are published under an open-access license with authors retaining full and permanent ownership of their work. New Classicists retains a perpetual, non-exclusive right to publish the work and to include it in other aggregations and indexes to achieve broader impact and visibility. Authors are responsible for and required to ascertain that they are in possession of image rights for any and all photographs, illustrations, and figures included in their work or to obtain publication or reproduction rights from the rights holders.
In submitting their work for publication in New Classicists, authors agree to the terms set above. Authors are free and encouraged to promote their work elsewhere, for instance on websites such as academia.edu or reserachgate.net, to increase circulation, but links must be provided so that the article or journal can be downloaded from this site. Authors are also able to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution of the journal's published version of the work with an acknowledgement of its initial publication in this journal.
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