The Journal of Hellenic Studies (JHS) was first issued in 1880 and is internationally recognized as one of the foremost periodicals in the field of Classical scholarship. It contains articles on a wide variety of Hellenic topics and reviews of recent books of importance to Greek studies. Submissions covering any aspect of Hellenic studies will be welcomed.
JHS seeks articles which represent genuinely original and significant contributions to their field focused on a specific research question, theme or issue, and utilizing critical and analytical methodologies appropriate to the specific topic and sub-field. While we are happy to receive specialist or technical articles founded on rigorous scholarship, we would ask that contributors aim to write in a way that demonstrates the importance and relevance of their research across the wider field, beyond a narrow sector of their discipline or sub-discipline.