Call for articles: Polymnia
Next issue of Polymnia, an international electronic journal on mythography, will be published in December 2018.
Polymnia is peer-reviewed and welcomes articles which offer an interdisciplinary and diachronic discussion and debate about mythographical texts in Antiquity, in the Middles Ages, and in the Renaissance. This research field, demarcated by clear historical and cultural boundaries, is therefore distinct from the modern and contemporary analysis of myths.
You can find previous issues of Polymnia on line at :
Articles should be sent until the end of June 2018 to both editors, Charles Delattre (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Jacqueline Fabre-Serris (email@example.com), and will be submitted immediately to international reviewers. All submissions for publication are refereed anonymously by two reviewers; in the event of differing assessments, a third referee will be sollicited.
The issues of the journal are annual and multilingual. Each article, written in the language of its author, should be accompanied by a brief abstract and a list of keywords (See the section Rules for publications on Internet for additional details).
Polymnia is linked to the research network “Polymnia”, that has been working since 1999 on mythographic tradition from Antiquity to the 17th century in Europe (http://polymnia.recherche.univ-lille3.fr/)
The members of the editorial board are : Minerva Alganza (Universidad de Grenada), Consuelo Alvarez (Universidad de Murcia), Jacques Boulogne (Université de Lille), David Bouvier (Université de Lausanne), Franck Coulson (Ohio State University), Maria-Luisa Delvigo (Università di Udine), Robert Fowler (Bristol University), Françoise Graziani (Université de Corse), Greta Hawes (Australian National University), Giorgio Ierano (Università diTrento), François Lissarrague (EHESS), Jordi Pamias (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona), Ezio Pellizer (Università di Trieste), Scott Smith (University of New Hampshire), Séverine Clément-Tarantino (Université de Lille), Jean-Yves Tilliette (Université de Genève), Stephen Trzaskoma (University of New Hampshire), Arnaud Zucker (Université de Nice).
(Text by the organizers)