The Editorial Committee of Harvard Studies in Classical Philology welcomes all submissions dealing with any aspects of the civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome. In considering submissions for publication in Harvard Studies, we adhere to an inclusive definition of what constitutes philology, and we welcome variety in approaches to the study of the ancient world. The breadth of categories in L'année philologique provides us with a model. In addition to scholarship on language and written texts from the ancient world, HSCP publishes work, for example, on ancient history, philosophy, art history, and the reception of classical culture in late antiquity, the medieval period, and beyond. Illustrations will be accommodated when submissions require them. HSCP accepts for publication articles of extended scope as well as short notes. Contributors receive fifty complimentary offprints of their articles after publication. Copies of HSCP may be obtained through Harvard University Press.
The Department of the Classics at Harvard University has long been at the forefront of graduate and undergraduate education in Classics, offering both general instruction and specialized training in Greek and Latin language, literature and culture, Medieval Latin, and Byzantine and Modern Greek. The Department, internationally renowned, represents a broad variety of fields and approaches.