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Cahiers du Centre Gustave-Glotz


Cahiers Glotz
Published by De Boccard
ISSN 1016-9008
 
 
> Latest issues :
. XXIII-2013
. XXIII-2012
. XXII-2011 "Hommage à Claude Nicolet, historien et citoyen"
 
 
The Gustave Glotz Center has relied particularly on the Cahiers du Centre Gustave Glotz to disseminate its research findings. First published in 1990 as a collection of contributions dedicated to a single theme (“On Power in Antiquity”), directed by Claude Nicolet (who was on the academic committee of the Cahies until his death, December 24, 2010) and published by Droz in Geneva. From the following year, the Cahiers were transformed into an annual journal published by De Boccard, then by Publications de la Sorbonne, and then again by De Boccard alone. The format was completely revised in 1996.
 
⟶ Volumes that have appeared over five years ago are available online at the website Persée
 
All the proposals for articles are assessed, as part of a peer-review, by two anonymous readers designated by the editorial board.
 
Author Guidelines
 
Publication frequency : annual
 
Academic committee : Mickael H. Crawford, Georges Le Rider, Joseph Mélèze
 
Editorial Committee : Jean Andreau, Clara Berrendonner, Jean-Marie Bertrand, Olivier de Cazanove, Jean-Louis Ferrary, Christian Le Roy, Olivier Picard, Denis Rousset, John Scheid
 
Publishing manager : Nicolas Tran
email : nicolas.son.tran@gmail.com
 
Publishing secretary : Hélène Morlier
email : helene.morlier@ehess.fr
 
Issues of the journal include a thematic section, derived largely from UMR programs, and varia. Since 1996, the Bulletin of the French Society for Epigraphic Studies of Rome and the Roman World (“Société Française d’Études épigraphiques sur Rome et le monde romain” – SFER) appears at the end of the volume. The Cahiers also publishes the proceedings of the biannual colloquium of the SFER.

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