Series Editors Hans Beck and Fabienne Marchand, in collaboration with Albert Schachter
Advisory Board Brendan Burke (University of Victoria), Denis Knoepfler (Collège de France, Paris), Lynn Kozak (McGill University), Catherine Morgan (Oxford University), Nikolaos Papazarkadas (University of California, Berkeley), Greg Woolf (Institute of Classical Studies, London)
Editorial Assistant Émilie Lucas
Teiresias Supplements Online (ISBN) is an open access venue for the publication of high-end research in Classical Studies. Supplementing the journal Teiresias Online Review and Bibliography of Boiotian Studies, the mission of the series is to foster research on Central Greece and its core region Boiotia. At the same time, the supplements have a wider geographical range, branching out into the history and culture of the Greek mainland and the Peloponnese, from the Bronze Age to Late Antiquity.
Publications appear as peer-reviewed monographs or edited volumes, with extensive coverage of scholarship in Ancient History, Classical Philology, Archaeology, and Epigraphy. The series also invites submissions in related special disciplines such as, for instance, Historical Topography, Onomastics, Prosopography, or Environmental History.
The journal Teiresias continues to be distributed free of charge ever since its inception and, since 1991, has also been made available electronically. Teiresias Supplements Online is faithful to this spirit of knowledge advancement. The series makes a bold, pioneering move in the publication of specialized Humanities research. Available in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and maintaining the highest standard of peer-review, the supplement series reduces price barriers and delays in the production process, while allowing authors to maintain copyright over their intellectual output. This includes the upload of contributions to academic platforms such as academia.edu, if authors wish to do so. Click here for further copyright information. Participating in the DOAJ also ensures that publications in Teiresias Supplements Online are indexed and searchable on platforms like Google scholar. As open access supplements, the series embraces a sustainable publishing model that benefits researchers and their multiple audiences.
Teiresias Supplements Online is a publication out of McGill University in Montreal. It offers a swift two-step reviewing process. A detailed proposal will be examined in the first instance by the advisory board, and, if successful, the editors will welcome the submission of the whole manuscript for peer-reviewing. All inquiries and submissions should be directed to the series editors.