Call for papers – Journal of Epigraphic Studies (JES)

Call for papers

Please find enclosed a leaflet advertising the launching by the publisher Fabrizio Serra Editore Srl, Pisa-Rome, of a new journal in the field of Greek and Latin epigraphy: The Journal of Epigraphic Studies (JES). The Journal now welcomes articles for the first issue to be published in 2018. Papers may be submitted by January 31, 2018, and will be peer-reviewed. More details about the submission procedure and the editorial rules are included in the attached documents or are accessible through: www.libraweb.net

JES – Leaflet

JES – Editorial Rules

About Lorenzo Calvelli

I am a tenured Lecturer in Ancient History at the Ca' Foscari University of Venice. I was a Marie Curie graduate student at University College London and earned a PhD in «History and Archaeology of the Mediterranean countries» thanks to a cotutelle agreement between Ca' Foscari and the Université Paris X. I was a post-doctoral fellow at the American Academy in Rome, at the Warburg Institute in London, at the Villa I Tatti in Florence (The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies), and at the Centro di Studi e Ricerche sui Diritti Antichi in Pavia. From September to December 2015, I was a visiting research scholar at Princeton University thanks to a fellowship offered by the Seeger Center for Hellenic Studies. My research interests focus on classical and late-antique epigraphy, on architectural spolia and antiquarian collections in Venice and Rome, on early Christianity in the Adriatic region, and on the reception of antiquity. I am the author of numerous scholarly contributions on these topics, among which my book «Cipro e la memoria dell'antico fra Medioevo e Rinascimento» (Venice, 2009). I serve on the Editorial Board of the series «Mediterranean Nexus», published by Brepols. I am a member of AIEGL, BES, ASGLE, and Terra Italia Onlus, on whose Academic Board I sit after my three-year appointment as Secretary General (2013-2015).
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