G.J. Boter (VU University Amsterdam; executive editor), A. Chaniotis (Princeton), K.M. Coleman (Harvard), I.J.F. de Jong (University of Amsterdam), T. Reinhardt (Oxford).
K.A. Algra, R.J. Allan, M.A. Harder, S. Harrison, C.H.M. Kroon, A.P.M.H. Lardinois, I. Sluiter, F.M.J. Waanders
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Since its first appearance as a journal of textual criticism in 1852, Mnemosyne has secured a position as one of the leading journals in its field worldwide. Its reputation is built on the Dutch academic tradition, famous for its rigour and thoroughness. It attracts contributions from all over the world, with the result that Mnemosyne is distinctive for a combination of scholarly approaches from both sides of the Atlantic and the Equator. Its presence in libraries around the globe is a sign of its continued reputation as an invaluable resource for scholarship in Classical studies.
Mnemosyne welcomes contributions on any subject related to Greco-Roman Antiquity, including ancient history, philosophy and archaeology, provided that they have a clearly recognizable textual foundation. Its famous section of ‘Miscellanea’, comprising short articles on specific details, contributes to its distinctive character. The Book Review section, covering a wide range of topics, is multidisciplinary in its approach. While Mnemosyne primarily features contributions written in English, submissions in French, German and Latin are also welcome.
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