Classics is beginning to move into the world of the Net. Several electronic journals,
some of which are also available on paper, already exist, and more are bound to crop up.
Those listed below are (in my view) useful and scholarly. Clicking will lead you in each
case to an archive of earlier issues; once there, you can usually navigate easily to the
current issue or learn how to subscribe.
- Ancient History Bulletin.
Specializing in short, sometimes controversial, articles in all areas of Greek and Roman
(and sometimes ancient Near Eastern) history.
- Arachne. Arachne is a true
Web journal, publsihed in Italy.
- Assemblage. A new on-line journal edited by
graduate students at the University of Sheffield. If you're thinking of graduate school, you might want to check out the "Words of Wisdom" feature.
- Bryn Mawr Classical Review. One of
the best and fastest sources for reviews of books in all fields of Classics, including a
growing number of non-English publications.
- Classics Ireland.
The Iggy Pop article linked above comes from here. A nice mix of serious scholarship and
- Electronic Antiquity. The
original electronic Classics journal, with substantial articles and reviews.
- Histos. Histos is an on-line
journal of Greek and Roman historiography, with excellent articles and book reviews by
experts. Highly recommended.
- Hugoye. A journal of Syriac studies publishing
high quality articles by scholars recognized worldwide in the field.
- Plekos. Plekos specializes in
late antiquity, with articles and reviews on all aspects of the field.
- Pomoerium. Studia et commentarii ad orbem
classicum spectantia. Pomoerium specializes in work on the economy and commerce
of the ancient world.
- Zeitschrift fuer Papyrologie und Epigraphik. The ZPE now has available
for download many articles from back issues.